12/23/2016 - 13:56
The office is closed for the christmas holidays from December 24th 2016 to January 1st 2017 (both days included).
11/28/2016 - 13:05
Matoqqavoq/lukket/closed - 29/11 2016
Asiaq is closed for business on Tuesday, November 29th 2016. We are having a seminar on our new strategy.
09/29/2016 - 11:39
sila maannakkut
Efter lanceringen af den nye vejr-hjemmeside vejr.asiaq.gl, som viser det aktuelle vejr for over 40 forskellige steder langs Grønlands kyst, har der været arbejdet på en let og hurtig udgave af siden, så du nu også med en begrænset internetforbindelse og sporadisk dækning kan følge med i vejret. Nu er der en løsning på plads, som kan dække de efterspurgte behov. Du kan finde siden påvejr.asiaq.gl/simpel
08/05/2016 - 13:41
Vejret nu
Never before has it been easier to see how the weather is like right now either in your home town, in the city where your grandparents’ plane takes off from, or on your sailing routes along the coast. On Asiaq’s redesigned weather homepage, weather.asiaq.gl, you can follow current weather observations for more than 40 cities, settlements and offshore locations.

What the Game of Thrones has to do with Asiaq?

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau

Look here:          Nikolaj Coster-Waldau brings Greenland's changing landscape to Street View - YouTube

Since 2014, Asiaq, with financial support from Visit Greenland and Air Greenland have cooperated with Google to map towns and settlements throughout Greenland using the Google Street View Trekker, a system with cameras that shoot in all directions. Now, with the online tool anyone can take virtual trips along the coast of Greenland, helping to bring knowledge of our beautiful country to the world. To date, Asiaq, with good help from many volunteers, has mapped 44 towns and settlements in Greenland as well as many additional spectacular sites in uninhabited areas (see Igaliku here ).

It is a wonderful service, giving much more than just a snapshot of Greenland: Street View can help to create awareness of serious global challenges such as climate change.

And who could be better suited to bring this message to the world than Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, the Greenlandic married Hollywood star, from the Game of Thrones, and Goodwill Ambassador for the climate goals of the United Nations?

Asiaq sent our specialist, Eva Mätzler, to South Greenland to act as a technical advisor and coordinator for Mr. Coster-Waldau and the film team.  We are proud of our contribution to this amazing short film from South Greenland, which brings a stunningly beautiful and thoughtful message to the world.

Media plan: Greenlandic media Sermitsiaq.ag and KNR.gl and our homepage Asiaq.gl

Timing: Following the international Google Launch on February 7th 2017

 


Contact person Asiaq: Eva Mätzler, 34 88 83, eva@asiaq.gl

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