[Digest] Workshop: Electronic technologies for fisheries

Short link to this post: https://bit.ly/3DqdHzG The PECH Committee requested three research papers on the “Electronic technologies for fisheries”, which were presented during Workshop for the Committee on 11 November 2021. During the event, three studies were presented by their respective authors. Part I: Transmitted positional data systems Key findings Read more…

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Workshop on electronic technologies for fisheries: Part I: Transmitted positional data systems

Publication: October 2021Short link to this post: https://bit.ly/3lgWJ09At a glance note: EnglishExecutive summary: Download: EnglishAuthor: AZTI Marine Research Department: Iñaki QUINCOCES Key Findings The use of the current vessel monitoring system (VMS) for fisheries control and scientific advice for fisheries management is being replaced on some occasions by the automatic Read more…

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Workshop on electronic technologies for fisheries : Part II: Electronic monitoring systems

Publication: October 2021Short link to this post: https://bit.ly/3u2ok82Download: EnglishExecutive summary: At a glance note: EnglishAuthor: Aloysius (Edwin) T.M. van Helmond Key findings Since 1999, the use of camera-systems on board, commonly referred to as Electronic Monitoring (EM), has emerged as an innovative approach for documenting catches in fisheries. The number Read more…

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Workshop on electronic technologies for fisheries: Part III: Systems adapted for small-scale vessels

Publication: September 2021 Short link to this post: https://bit.ly/3lRfoyA Download: English Executive summary: At a glance note: English Authors: DTU Aqua, Technical University of Denmark: Jørgen DALSKOV, Gildas GLEMAREC, Lotte KINDT-LARSEN, Anne-Mette KRONER, Pernille NIELSEN Key findings Electronic Monitoring (EM) systems using closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras and various sensors can Read more…