AF and the Coastal Administration have signed an agreement with a film production company that will document the project. The images taken from the webcam will merge into a time-lapse sequence in the upcoming project documentation.

This is a unique project on a worldwide basis, therefore AF and The Norwegian Coastal Administration have decided to document the project in the form of a film production. The film will show that the AF thinks different and innovative to solve a difficult mission where we Adress the Future by cleaning up from the past and prepare for the future.

As part of this film production AF and Norwegian Coastal Administration have decided to install a webcam at the wreck site. The camera is one of the instruments that have been implemented to document the project in the best possible way. The pictures will be used as a time-lapse sequence to document the continuity of the work, and not just sporadic shooting. Time-lapse sequence will be merged into the final documentary project.

All workers in the project are informed and have by their representatives in the project given permission to put up the webcam as project documentation. The pictures shown here are not live, but added with 24-hour delay. This is in the interests of our employees.


Use of images from webcam

Use of images from the webcam needs to be clarified in advance with . Please specify what you are looking for and what the photo material will be used for. Please note that the use of the photo material is limited to the reasons stated in the application for access and that any downloaded material are to be deleted after use.

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This is a still photo taken with Norway's first Round Shot livecam. A completely new camera system for three seconds, takes still images of 360 °. In this case, the picture angle is the motive reasons 180 °. The image resolution in this image corresponds to 2 x HD. Round Shot system makes it possible to take pictures with three times this resolution (7500 pixels vertically). The resolution of the displayed image is reduced and sent to a webserver through the mobile network. Press full screen to see the good picture quality. Press esc to return to the original page.
By placing the "mouse" on the image you can move the image back and forth. By going to "archive" you can also see photos taken every ten minutes on a selected date.
All pictures taken on that day will then appear. Then press the picture from the time you want to see and the image is loaded from the "Project archives".