Innovation for Sustainable Fisheries

SMARTFISH H2020 is an international research project which aims to develop, test and promote a suite of high-tech systems for the EU fishing sector. The goal is to optimize resource efficiency, improve automatic data collection for fish stock assessment, provide evidence of compliance with fishery regulations and reduce the ecological impact of the industry.

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Annual Meeting in Bilbao, Spain

The SMARTFISH annual meeting was recently held in Bilbao, Spain, hosted by partner AZTI and it was a great success and a necessary few days of updating one another on progress, risks, opportunities and the [...]

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Do you want to know whether your cellphone can achieve a 3D analysis of fish catch be done? Read about the CatchSnap here: http://smartfishh2020.eu/catchsnap-can-3d-analysis-of-fish-catch-be-done-using-mobile-phones/

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Google France in its May 17 page pays tribute to Anita Conti, pioneering and visionary oceanographer "No, the sea does not offer humanity an inexhaustible resource of fish and human activity in the oceans has a major impact on ecosystems. Great woman! @_51percent @FAOfish https://t.co/2FKJkRFpDg smartfishh2020 photo

Learn about the large number of the @ICES_ASC annual surveys of the marine ecosystem https://t.co/yD18q43oO4 in the new annual report, & explore the data they collect https://t.co/jTThDRAsF7 https://t.co/KLmdCtGzjr smartfishh2020 photo

Climate change threats to fish populations make #smartfishh2020 goals to improve automatic data collection for fish stock assessment, provide evidence of compliance with fishery regulations and reduce the ecological impact of the industry even more important than ever! https://t.co/ZS9ddt3t8r

Can @smartfishh2020 innovative technological solutions be part of this restoration through more sustainable fisheries? https://t.co/cPfOD6Z5SG
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#OceanWeek19 Ocean Health is on the agenda today - Can we help restore the Ocean health, and how can research help? @OceansNTNU @SINTEF_Ocean @rev_ocean https://t.co/at07oV5SyZ

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