A useful learning and networking opportunity for anything interested in the blue economy: the Fish X Project – SDG14 Modern Fisheries as a Driver for the Blue Economy free webinar, July 29.
Within the framework of the EU strategy to secure a sustainable Blue Economy, the digital transition in EU fisheries can contribute to improving the monitoring, management and control of the entire fisheries supply chain, the protection and conservation of bioresources and healthy populations of diverse marine organisms. This will support more sustainable fisheries, reliable food chains and healthy food.
Roadmaps to digitise industrial and small-scale European fisheries and fish farming for these industries sustainable development is essential. Providing for the technological improvement of fishing, the preservation of marine ecosystems, counteracting illegal, unreported, unregulated fishing (IUU) and overfishing are key challenges.
Join this discussion, organised by the European Technology Chamber (EUTECH), to learn how innovative cloud and data processing capabilities in large and small-scale fisheries can improve EU fisheries management and increase wild-capture yields while sustaining healthy fish populations and optimise monitoring, control and surveillance processes. Speakers include representatives from following organisations:
TransMarTech Schleswig- Holstein (TMT)
Collecte Localisation Satellites (CLS)
WWF European Policy Programme (WWF EPO)
SCIAENA – Associação de Ciências Marinhas e Cooperação
EU Tech Chamber