Fisheries

Fisheries are an important branch of the world economy, which providing the existence of more than 100 million people. Of the total global fish and seafood catch more than 30 million tonnes is accounted for by artificial fish breeding, or aquaculture, and more than half of this involves breeding fish and other living organisms in the marine environment (ariculture).

Case Studies

The studies below showcase the results obtained with the help of EOS technologies. Review them to find the solution for your needs. Request a demo to see how it works. If you can’t find what you need, contact us and we’ll assist you!

EOS allows to solve problems associated with monitoring oil spills, illegal fishing and ocean movements. Representatives of fisheries can spend less time collecting, processing and analyzing information and more on making decisions based on the provided data.

Aquaculture

An important place is held by aquaculture, which incorporates mariculture. Aquaculture is about breeding and growing aquatic organisms in natural and artificial water bodies, as well as specially created marine plantations. Fish breeding increases populations of species such as salmon, catfish, tilapia, cod, carp, trout and others.

EOS algorithms enable an integrated approach to addressing aquaculture issues.

Extraction of aquatic bioresources

Fishing includes the harvesting of aquatic bioresources and in cases stipulated by law for the adoption, processing, transportation, storage and shipment of catches of aquatic resources, and the production of fish and other products from them. Fishing for industrial purposes is carried out for use in nutrition, as well as for the production of fish oil.

EOS.com offers a broad functionality that enables an integrated approach to tackling issues in the production of aquatic bioresources:

  • forecasting of extreme waves;
  • wave mapping;
  • mapping fish jamb;
  • detection and monitoring of illegal fishing.

Extraction of aquatic bioresources

Fishing includes the harvesting of aquatic bioresources and in cases stipulated by law for the adoption, processing, transportation, storage and shipment of catches of aquatic resources, and the production of fish and other products from them. Fishing for industrial purposes is carried out for use in nutrition, as well as for the production of fish oil.

EOS.com offers a broad functionality that enables an integrated approach to tackling issues in the production of aquatic bioresources:

  • forecasting of extreme waves;
  • wave mapping;
  • mapping fish jamb;
  • detection and monitoring of illegal fishing.

Fish Stocks

It is an important fact that fish stocks are being depleted by excessive fishing. The root causes of these problems are:

  • the fishing fleet is 2-3 times larger than the real possibilities.;
  • poor fishery management;
  • pirate fishermen who do not comply with fishing laws and agreements;
  • massive by-catching of young fish and other marine species.

As a result:

53% of global fisheries are being fully exploited, while 32% are being overexploited. Fish catches above sustainable levels are also reducing fish stocks and fishing-related employment in many regions of the world.

EOS offers a wide range of functionality for addressing fishery problems:

  • detection and monitoring of illegal fishing;
  • detection and monitoring of oil spills and oil pollution;
  • forecasting and monitoring of ocean movements, drifting flows and ocean currents;
  • underwater relief mapping in water basins.

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