The ADS-B Data feed is the world’s largest public source of unfiltered flight data. Live data feeds configured by aircraft, type, geographic region, or any other ADS-B data field, in-flight position updates up to twice a second (2 Hz), historic flight tracking data specified by aircraft, type, time period, geographical region, or any other ADS-B data field.
Data available roughly from mid-2000s to 2017 (SB) (Free data, Global retailer's data – prices of all goods sold by 4 major retailers' daily coverage until 2013 for 85 counties). Daily price for all goods sold by certain retailers, daily price indices, monthly, and annual inflation relates.
Real-time Air Quality information is available for than 15,000 stations in 2000 major cities from 132 countries, thanks to the huge effort from the world EPAs (Environmental Protection Agencies). It provides historical daily air quality data (e.g. PM2.5, PM10, O3, NO2) for different cities world-wide, and real-time monitoring via API.
The Twitter API can be used to programmatically retrieve and analyze Twitter data, as well as build for the conversation on Twitter. Additional levels of access for developers and academic researchers to be able to scale their access to enhance and research the public conversation. The Twitter API can be used for network analysis and text mining, as well as, identify trends and indicators.
The Sentinel-2 L1C dataset provides a global coverage of the Earth's land surface every 5 days. The data (grid zone designator, latitude, satellite imagery) are available from June 2015 (globally) and are organized per tiles using the military grid system.
The RWI/ISL Container Throughput Index consists of container throughput data from 90 international ports gathered continuously by the ISL Monthly Container Port Monitor as part of its market observation. These ports account for approximately 64 percent of global container traffic. The current flash estimate for the Container Throughput Index is based on data from about 78 percent of the total index displayed here.
The OpenSky Network provides open access of real-world air traffic control data to the public. The OpenSky Network consists of a multitude of sensors connected to the Internet by volunteers, industrial supporters, and academic/governmental organizations. All collected raw data is archived in a large historical database. The Network offers an aircraft database, historical database, and live API.
IATA provides a variety of datasets from passenger traffic data to cargo data. It offers global passenger and air cargo flows, including forward-looking data, based on actual tickets and airway bills. IATA guarantees 100% market size estimates, several years of historical data, and unparalleled granularity.