Aquaculture has been practised for thousands of years, yet it is only in the last few decades that scientific methods have been broadly applied.
Commonly used in conjunction with traditional husbandry methods, applied marine technology within the Aquaculture industry is already advanced. However, as our knowledge of computer science and technology advances, so does the need for more advanced aquaculture practices.
Investing in marine biotechnology for your aquaculture business could set you up for the future, by creating safer, more efficient and sustainable methods of growing and farming fish.
What types of technology are used in aquaculture?
Automation of processes such as feed dispensers or self-cleaning tanks reduces the need for human intervention, resulting in healthier, happier animals and a reduction of workload.
Using sensors and video cameras in tanks, remote monitoring enables habit and health monitoring of species from any location.
Artificial Intelligence (ai)
Combining robust datasets and computer science, AI enables enhanced problem-solving within aquaculture processes.
Scope for the future
Our mission is to transform the aquaculture industry using technology. As an incubator of ideas and hatchery technologies, we aim to create the next generation of aquaculture products; cultivating healthy food that maintains our marine resources, saves lives, and reduces pollution.
Hatchery technology is just the start for us and through our research, we strive to solve problems within the industry. If you have a project that you would like our help with, please get in touch using the link below.