Project Consortium

Arctic Security and Emergency Preparedness Network

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 786571.

The ARCSAR project consortium consists of 20 partners from 12 countries.

Joint Rescue and Coordination Centre – North Norway (Coordinator)

Torvgata 2, 8006 Bodo, Norway mailto@jrcc-bodoe.no


Laurea University of Applied Sciences

Vanha maantie 9, 02650, Espoo, Finland.


Joint Rescue and Coordination Center – Iceland

Marine Rescue and Coordination Center Torshavn

MRCC Tórshavn, Tinghúsvegur 64, FO-100 Tórshavn, Faroe Islands.

Maritime and Coastal Agency – UK


United States Coast Guard Academy – USA

Maritime Forum North

Rescue Coordination Center New Zealand

Marine Rescue and Coordination Center Bremen

Norwegian Coast Guard – NCG

Norwegian Coastal Administration – NCA

The Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Nord University – Norway

University of Portsmouth – UK

Lapland University of Applied Sciences

Arctic Expeditionary Cruise Operators AECO

Cork Institute of Technology – Ireland

e-GEOS – Italy

Memorial University Newfoundland – Canada

Polar Quest – Sweden