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IcePad, Smart download and view satellite images of sea-ice


by Drift + Noise GmbH - published on 26 July 2019 63

Download and view satellite images of sea-ice on your mobile device or PC within an intuitive map-based interface. This software, created by TRENZ AG and fed by our specially-processed Sentinel-1 radar images, enables quicker and simpler navigation decisions.

To download a trial version of the IcePad, please first fill out the registration form. www.driftnoise.com

Do you want more information? Contact us via email (info@driftnoise.com) or give us a call (+49 421 223 70 660); we'd love to hear from you!
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