Beneficiaries

The project includes the following beneficiaries:

Storvik Aqua AS

Storvik Aqua AS is a supplier of equipment to the fish farming industry, both on-shore installations and marine sites. The product range is wide, but mainly includes feeding technology, biomass estimation and environmental monitoring. Storvik can offer everything from simple installations up to large fully automated installations.

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Poro i Norrlangtrask AB

The business activities of Poro AB cover innovation, production, maintenance and service of equipment for the aquaculture and fishery industry. Poro has an engineering workshop equipped to manufacture stainless products and also provide surface finishing. The company produces automated fish feeders that have integrated imaging system with software for finding optimal feed rate for fish.

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AquaBioTech Ltd.

AquaBioTech Limited is a design, development and consulting engineering company with expertisewithin aquaculture, fisheries, wastewater systems. AquaBioTech is located on Malta but operates globally, specialising in aquaculture design and development, from market research to project feasibility assessments, management, and technology sourcing.

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Fibula AS

Fibula AS was established in 1998 and develops products for its customers, performing development in the fields of instrumentation, control, electronics and programming. Based on their vast experiece in technical R&D and develo9pment of biomass systems and structured modelling of fish, Fibula will be central in overseeing and coordinating the R&D work in the FishScan project.

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Lerøy Midnor AS

Lerøy Midnor AS has been part of the Lerøy Group since 2003. The Group’s core activities are distribution, sale and marketing of seafood, processing of seafood, production of salmon, tround and other species as well as product development. The Group operates in Norway, Sweden, Portugal and France.

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Swansea University

Swansea University (SU) has experience from numerous national and international R&D projects, among others several EU Framework Programme projects. SU has been selected as an RTD partner in this project on the basis of expertise on the performing fish behaviour studies and knowledge about farmed aquatic species. SU will be strongly involved in the biological related studies necessary to develop FishScan. SU will especially provide knowledge regarding fish behaviour and performing experimental research with fish. Furthermore, SU will lead the litterateur studies to form the scientific basis of the project and participate in the integration and testing to validate the system in a real fish farm setting.

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Teknologisk Institutt as (TI)

TI is a non-profit, privately founded RTD organisation that has grown from a governmental institute into a highly competent company. TI offers personnel with a high level of skills and expertise in a great number of areas, among others development of industry technological solutions and transfer of innovative technology to SMEs and large companies in its fields of competence.

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Technische Universität München

Technische Universität München (TUM) has a longstanding reputation in the fields of Science and Engineering. Alongside these traditional key areas, strong links have been established with the Life Sciences, ranging from Nutrition and Food Sciences, Biotechnology and Bioinformatics to Medicine. Much of TUM’s innovative research and lecturing has emerged from collaborations between these disciplines. With its broad scientific focus covered by faculties of Mathematics and Natural Sciences (Physics, Chemistry), Business & Economics, Engineering (Mechanical, Civil and Geodetic Engineering, Architecture, Computational Science), Medicine and the Weihenstephan Science Center for Life & Food Science an its research cooperations, innovation activities and entrepreneurial incubator centres, TUM plays an active part in accelerating the transfer of knowledge and technology to vitalise the industry.

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