The Icelandic field service focuses on field management for scientists, building scientific equipment and maintaining it.  The company arranges everything needed to accomplish successful field work in Icelandic conditions.  Our field trucks are all well equipped and specially modified for the Icelandic highland roads and glaciers.  The owners of the company have over 20 years of experience in the Icelandic highlands, logistics, setting up electronic equipment and maintaining them.

 

We do logistics while you focus on the science!

  • Lodging (Huts, tents, hotels)
  • Transport (Vehicles, aircraft)
  • Tools
  • Special solutions for installations
  • Designing devices and building
  • Technical support
  • Deployment of instruments
  • Revisiting and maintaining instruments

 

 

The planning for summer of 2017 has started.  Please be welcome to send requests to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

-We make science better- 

Through the years, we have worked with various Universities and Institutes around the world.

 

University of Iceland - Institute of Earth Sciences  (www.hi.is  www.jardvis.hi.is)

University of Cambridge - Department of Earth Sciences (www.esc.cam.ac.uk/)

The Ohio State University - School of Earth Sciences (www.osu.edu/

University of California - Santa Cruz (www.ucsc.edu/)

University of Washington, Seattle - Department of Earth and Space Sciences (https://www.ess.washington.edu/)

University of Hawai, Manoa -  School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology  (www.soest.hawaii.edu/)

University of South Florida - School of Geosciences (labs.cas.usf.edu/geodesy/)

The University of Edinburgh - School of GeoSciences (www.geos.ed.ac.uk)

Dickinson College (www.dickinson.edu)

Roma Tre University (www.uniroma3.it)

University College Dublin - Geophysics Group (http://www.ucd.ie/geophysics/)

Chalmers University of Technology - Department of Earth and Space Sciences (www.chalmers.se)

Volcanic Basin Petroleum Research (www.vbpr.no)

University of Bristol - School og Earth Sciences (www.bristol.ac.uk/earthsciences/)

SETI Institute - Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence  (www.seti.org)

Rob Brown Photography (http://www.robbrown.co.nz/)

The Open University, UK (http://www.open.ac.uk/)

University of Massachusetts, Department of Geosciences (https://www.geo.umass.edu/)

Transport

  • Special field Trucks (modified Hilux, Landcruiser)
  • Trailers for difficult roads
  • Snow scooters
  • Helicopters to be arranged

Camping gear

  • Tents
  • Gas stoves
  • Cooking equipment
  • Sleeping bags
  • Camping chairs

Meteorological data - equipment

  • Young meteorological sensors
  • Campbell data loggers and sensors
  • Rotronoc meteorological sensors
  • Logan temperature sensors
  • Web cameras

Hand held equipment

  • Garmin GPS
  • Two way radios
  • Silva Compasses

 Radio links

  • GSM modems
  • UHF radiators

Power supplies

  • Solar cells
  • Batteries
  • Wind generators
  • Gasoline generators

Web camera Grímsfjall

Weather stations for the Road administration

GPS stations on Breiðamerkurjökull

Time laps camera by Jökulsárlón

CTD measurements in Jökulsárlón

GPS stations on Mýrdalsjökull

Weather station in Kverkfjöll - http://vedur.mogt.is/harbor/?action=Stations&harborid=13

Web camera in Kverkfjöll - http://vedur2.mogt.is/kverkfjoll/webcam/index.php

Web camera on Grímsfjall - http://vedur2.mogt.is/grimsfjall/webcam/

 

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