Arctic Ocean 2016 - 180 Degree Camera Looking Ahead


This study is part of the collection Arctic Ocean 2016

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Creator/Principal investigator(s)

Hans-Martin Heyn - NTNU AMOS - Centre for Autonomous Marine Operations and Systems


This dataset contains data collected during the Canadian-Swedish expedition Arctic Ocean 2016. The research cruise took place August through September 2016, using the icebreaker Oden.

For ship data from the cruise, as well as graphics and files describing the route, see

For descriptions of Work Packages and research conducted during the cruise, see the SWEDARCTIC Arctic Ocean 2016 Expedition Report:

Additional information on the expedition, including links to publications, is available at

Work Package: Ice Management
A 180° panorama camera with four lenses was mounted over the bridge level, looking towards the horizon to record upcoming ice features. The camera recorded with a framerate of 0.1 Hz until the 03.09 and after that with 02 Hz until the end of the expedition. The images have a resolution of 20 megapixels. The images can be used to detect ice features such as ice ridges and to evaluate the ice concentra

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Research principal, contributors, and funding
Protection and ethical review

Data contains personal data


Method and time period

Time period(s) investigated

2016-08-08 – 2016-08-20

Geographic coverage

Geographic spread

Geographic location: Arctic

Published: 2019-10-16