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.
Our partner Michael Mackiewicz at UEA was recently interviewed by Andrew Wooden who works for Intel, and they produced the following blog article which also includes a video. https://www.intel.co.uk/content/www/uk/en/it-management/cloud-analytic-hub/big-data-ai-fishing.html
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From AI and machine learning to CCTV and big data - scientists at #UEA are part of the £5m EU-funded international #smartfishh2020 project, which aims to make the fishing industry more environmentally friendly, sustainable and profitable https://t.co/eSwzIFdUTp @UEA_Computing https://t.co/lm7LSWf8x6
Just had a presentation about the establishment of the @smartfishh2020 project at the seminar «How can regional cooperation help maximise blue growth opportunities?» #EuropeanWeek2018 at the #Norwayhouse in Brussels @NorwayEU @H2020trondelag @SINTEF_Ocean @racheltiller https://t.co/Z47FkIZTlE
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