The project started in 2021 and will now be implemented in the field of September 2022. In recent months, participants have worked hard to find the ultimate location of the Field Station, while all soft- and hardware technology has been tested and adapted to carry out autonomous observations of the unique, but harsh landscape.

The Field Station provides the opportunity to monitor the landscape biosphere, such a wildlife, weather, vegetation, atmosphere and more without human intervention for up to one year.

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