Through the Spire Bridge portal, customers can now access Spire Analytics to monitor data usage, get support, documentation, and product updates to activate and operationalise the data Spire measures and provides. Having a dedicated location for all of these features will allow data users to access insights and support faster.
“After listening to our customers, the Maritime team has developed a platform for users to better access the data and information they need when they need it. Spire puts its customers first and Spire Bridge is a result of this philosophy,” said Simon van den Dries, general manager, Spire Maritime.
To expand Spire Maritime API data services, the team has introduced new analytics capabilities that provide valuable time savings for developers and data engineers. Spire Analytics transforms maritime data into actionable insights to help solve the maritime industry’s business challenges. This tool allows customers to graph, report, and visualise the data. It can also filter searches by ship type, voyage, density map, and more. For customers looking for a faster way to get information about a fleet, port, anchorage, or terminal event, our easy-to-use dashboard can filter the information and deliver the data they need to make data-driven decisions, case by case, without all the background noise.
“Spire Maritime’s industry-specific dashboards are easy to use, customisable and deliver in-depth insights to help predict outcomes, test business strategies and automate decision making. These new features will allow Spire’s customers to use data in more actionable ways,” said Max Abouchar, product manager, Spire Maritime.
As of January 2021, Spire Global has over 100 satellites in orbit that are collecting hundreds of million messages per day.