BarentsWatch (news)

Safer shipping in the High North

ArticInfo.no offers mariners a variety of services that are important for safe navigation, accessibility and the environment in the Arctic.

Last changed: 24. February 2021

The Fishhealth service updated

A better overview of the areas and locations that are of interest to you. In addition, users can see all types of ships visiting facilities.

Last changed: 11. December 2020

Increasing safe navigation in the Arctic

The Norwegian Coastal Administration (NCA) has established a new digital information service for vessel traffic in Arctic areas.

Last changed: 09. July 2020

Open data via BarentsWatch

BarentsWatch collects and develops public information from many of our partners and other suppliers for use in our services and web pages. Most of the data content you find in our systems is available for free, directly from our partners or via BarentsWatch. Here, we have made a summary.

Last changed: 08. July 2020

The service Shared Resources Register

All rescue and emergency workers must have the resource information they need through a secure system.

Last changed: 19. December 2017

Strait talk for a safe passage

An automated system of current forecasts has been developed to support secure navigation through Saltstraumen, where the world’s strongest tidal currents create powerful whirlpools.

Last changed: 26. August 2016

Sharing data from unique science survey

Some 100 scientists and technicians involved with a collaborative research expedition on the RV Lance in 2015 are now working on their findings at Norwegian and foreign institutes.

Last changed: 26. August 2016

Charting farmed fish health

An interactive map produced by BarentsWatch for its Fish Health service charts important indicators for the physical condition of stocks in Norway’s aquaculture industry.

Last changed: 11. July 2016

Analysing across agencies

Technical solutions from BarentsWatch are set to help an analysis unit at the Vardø vessel traffic service (VTS) centre in northern Norway with exposing illegal activity on the high seas.

Last changed: 05. February 2016

Cooling clashes through collaboration

Norway may have extensive sea areas, but conflicts nevertheless arise over their use. Co-existence is vital if several industries are to exploit the potential of these waters.

Last changed: 05. February 2016