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April 16, 2013
exactEarth to Host “The Importance of First Pass Detection” Webinar Series

Cambridge, Ontario, Canada, April 9, 2013—exactEarth is hosting a series of webinars entitled “The Importance of First Pass Detection” aimed at introducing and explaining the new and exciting technology of Satellite AIS and we invite you to attend! The second webinar in the series is "The Importance of First Pass Detection" and this 30-minute seminar complete with demonstrations will provide an overview of FPD and how this technology is revolutionizing the world of maritime domain awareness. It will be hosted by Peggy Browning, our Senior Director of Maritime Products, one of the world’s leading authorities on AIS.

Click on the URL below and follow the instructions in order to sign up for the 12:00pm EST(5:00pm BST) event being held on Thursday April 18th.

https://cc.readytalk.com/r/pnqsxg89r587

About exactEarth Ltd.

Based in Cambridge, ON, exactEarth Ltd. is a data services company that leverages advanced microsatellite technology to deliver monitoring solutions characterized by high performance, reliability, security, and simplicity. exactEarth's service, exactAIS, is a global vessel tracking and monitoring system based on world leading satellite-based advanced AIS detection technology. For more information, visit our website at www.exactearth.com.

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