The video shows the view flying southwards across the Whalers Bay area north of Svalbard in the Arctic Ocean. The helicopter flies towards south east and Longyearbyen from R/V Lance in position 81 deg N, 9 deg E. Notice how much variability there is in ice concentration. The sea ice edge is normally defined as the 15% ice concentration line, but here the concentration is changing alot over very short distances. Overall the ice is thin, and quite broken up, and is mainly first year ice.
Video recorded by Professor Lars H. Smedsrud (WP1 leader in the N-ICE2015 project)
N-ICE2015 project pages here: npolar.no/en/projects/n-ice2015.html