Maritime traffic in the Arctic is increasing
Vessel transits through the Bering Strait have doubled in the past decade. As the ice-free season lengthens, more ships will continue to pass through the waterway. A sea traffic management system, developed in collaboration with communities would help ensure safe passage and protect the health and wellbeing of the regions' people, wildlife, and food security.
Arctic Watch employs a network of vessel tracking sensors and communications that tract and transmit information to vessels to aid maritime safety.