CURRENT TEST SITES

THE ARCTIC: BARROW, AK

Our main test site, located at the Northernmost tip of the U.S. in the Arctic, is the home of our largest deployment yet. In 2017, we deployed our material on top of 17,500 square meters of ice. With our proprietary remote monitoring buoy, Jelly 2, we can track our how our material is performing from our lab in California and make sure that we're preserving as much ice as possible.

See more photos from a recent trip to the site in our Image Gallery.

 
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MINNEAPOLIS, MN

Our alternate test site, located near Minneapolis, MN, serves as a more easily-accessible location to pilot our autonomous deployment methods, monitoring buoys, and custom materials. This site is overseen daily by one of Ice911's PhD scientists and can also be tracked remotely from our lab in California.


PAST TEST SITES