Is that really ice on the cruise track ahead? Even experts can have problems correctly interpreting satellite images. To make sure that they're interpreting the data correctly, they use data from a multitude of sources. This is exactly what our Ice Maps do: combine the relevant data to enable simpler interpretation.
By combining sea-ice concentration, optical, and radar satellite imagery, our Ice Maps deliver the data used by experts for assessing the sea-ice situation in the field.
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The Drift+Noise IceMaps are a meaningful instrument for our voyage planning in the Antarctic and will continue to be used, especially considering the requirements of the Polar Code. We find that the Sentinel-1 (radar) IceMaps deliver the best information.