Canadian Geographic has a great article outlining how traditional knowledge and sophisticated technology are coming together in Nunatsiavut to tackle the problem of climate-induced sea ice variability. Click here to take a look.
Labrador project combines local knowledge with new technology to make ice travel safer
What’s new with SmartICE
- Andrew Arreak named one of Motherboard’s ‘Humans of the Year’ February 23, 2017
- People of the Sea Ice See Cracks Forming January 30, 2017
- SmartICE Wins Arctic Inspiration Prize December 10, 2016
- ‘By and for the North.’ $1.5M Arctic Inspiration Prize awarded to 3 projects December 9, 2016
- Pilot project making winter travel safer for people in Pond Inlet, Nunavut September 15, 2016
Congratulations to SmartICE research coordinator Andrew Arreak on being named one of multimedia publication Motherboard’s ‘Humans of the Year’. The feature focuses on enterprising individuals…
Check out Hakai Magazine’s article on how sea ice variability is threatening the safety and wellbeing of residents in Nain, Nunatsiavut, and how SmartICE technology is…
SmartICE’s plan to transition into a northern social enterprise got a big boost on December 8th when it was named a laureate of the 2016 Arctic…
Check out this CBC article covering this year’s Arctic Inspiration Prize winners, including SmartICE, which was awarded $400,000 to help evolve into social enterprise SmartICE Inc.