Maritime REST API Benefits
Maritime REST API is a data service that allows you to access maritime data via Application Programming Interface or shortly API.
Maritime API facilitates global access to vessel movements, port data, and historical information about vessel movements.
Marine data has a great flexibility and multiple features facilitate user to create the custom solution using the maritime REST API.
Datalastic’s Self-Service Maritime REST API platform is the simplest solution out on the market. It is the only maritime data provider that allows you to get your maritime REST API key automatically in under 3 clicks and 5 minutes.
What is Maritime REST API?
In the Maritime industry and outside of it, Representational State Transfer (REST) is an architectural API style that sets and provides standards between systems on the web. REST is neither a protocol, library, nor tool, so communication between systems becomes easy.
The REST API architecture makes the implementation of the Client and Server independent without affecting the operation of the other.
As a result, developers and end-users can instantly access and use maritime API with any major programming language such as CURL, Java, PHP, Node, Python, Go, etc.
With Datalastic’s REST API Platform, you have open access to global maritime information coverage that it is updated near real-time.
Maritime API SELF-SERVICE System
The big bottleneck in marine data is the process of getting the maritime API key. It is not an issue anymore.
Datalastic’s SELF-SERVICE system allows you to access all this maritime data within 3 super easy steps.
With an accurate real-time maritime data API with global coverage, stored in our powerful marine database you are enabled to facilitate your project with maritime data. Along with, Datalastic’s Historical Data API and Static Maritime Data, movements of cargo ships, locations, speed, Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA) & more, are constantly being monitored updated, and checked for quality improvements..
3-Steps SELF-SERVICE Maritime REST API System
2 – Subscribe
Before subscribing, on the check-out page, you will create your Datalastic account by simply typing your username, a valid email address and your private password.
By default, card payment through Stripe is set, PayPal payment option is available too.
Once the payment is processed successfully, you will receive immediately a Welcome Email with your username, your API KEY, and the plan that you have previously chosen.
You are ready to GO!
You can easily upgrade or downgrade your plan in Your Account menu section.
About Datalastic: Marine AIS Data API
Datalastic was established in 2017 as a Maritime Data Provider. Right from the beginning, we focused on the input & output from clients to satisfy their maritime data needs.
That is why we launched the Datalastic API platform.
A Maritime API capable of bringing from Datalastic servers to clients, dynamic maritime data based on their personal parameters.
With our unstoppable goal of making it more simple, soon, we started to find new ways to improve the Datalastic API platform, as well as, testing new API Architectures for easier communication. We launched a new system, in particular, an accessible REST API platform for users.
Don’t Miss Any Maritime Data With Datalastic’s SELF-SERVICE System
Interested in acceding to a new perspective of maritime data? Start now! You can get your API Key to access all the AIS Data within a minute! Click the button below to get started right away!
Our team would be happy to assist you with your questions anytime, so feel free to contact us to talk about how our data can help you grow your business or help you increase efficiency in maritime operations. Samples available!
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