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Iceberg Tracking

Radar Satellite Imaging Solutions from ICEYE

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Make sure you have the most recent information about icebergs locations to create the safest and most efficient shipping routes for icebreakers, cargo vessels and other ships. 

Importance of frequently updated information on ice and iceberg locations cannot be overvalued. Vessels crews must be aware of the most recent iceberg locations to ensure the safety of their own operations, as well as choose routes with easier ice conditions to save time and fuel. 

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Frequently Updated Data For Arctic Shipping & Offshore Operations

The most effective satellite data source for securing arctic operations is the one that is not restricted by environmental conditions, such as time of day or cloud cover.

Shipping in Arctic waters has long been restricted by a lack of comprehensive knowledge of iceberg locations, size, and wide situational forecasting. Ensuring the security of offshore oil & gas operations in icy waters is likewise reliant on timely data.

ICEYE small Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) satellite constellation is a satellite imaging solution that works day and night, with imaging that penetrates cloud cover. Iceberg monitoring and movement forecasting at frequent intervals makes operations in icy waters significantly safer. SAR satellite imaging is exceptionally well suited for detecting and reacting to icebergs.

 

 

ICEYE Iceberg Tracking Solution Provides

  • Near-real-time information on iceberg locations
  • Frequent monitoring of large sea areas for ice and iceberg detection
  • Tracking of icebergs movements with possible movement prediction
  • Regular update for iceberg mapping and ice charting 
  • Efficient maintenance of the general maritime domain awareness

 

 

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