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Ships and other methods for surveillance of the Arctic regions

  • IDA 31 Kalvebod Brygge København, 1560 Denmark (map)

The climate of the Arctic regions is changeable which thereby also applies to the interest in the Arctic Regions. Due to the size of the country, Greenland is a very important factor, and consequently, presence in the Arctic regions is important.

Currently, the Danish Navy is building new tonnage, increasing activities within sea measurements and holds a strategy for their presence.

Simultaneously, research on other surveillance systems to perform part of the task is beingcarried out.

The Technical University of Denmark and the Danish Navy report on their strategies, equipment and research in the area.

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