The Arctic World Archive may be placed in a remote location, but with our guidance it is a short journey to get your data there.
Your data is stored offline and out of reach of cyber-attacks, in a disaster-proof vault in one of the most geopolitically secure places in the world, the Arctic Archipelago of Svalbard.
No electricity or other human intervention is needed as the climatic conditions in the Arctic are ideal for long-term archival of film.
By using a self-contained and technology-independent storage medium, future generations will be able to read back the information.
The Arctic World Archive was developed to ensure our digital memory will be available for future generations, in a world where few places are safe from natural and man-made disasters.
How does it work?
Who is it for?
Are you interested in storing data at the Arctic World Archive? We are ready to receive data from anywhere in the world.
The Arctic World Archive is a collaboration between Piql and Store Norske Spitsbergen Kulkompani. The latter is a state-owned Norwegian mining company based on Svalbard with vast experience and resources to build and maintain mountain vaults.