Fish Farm
Monitoring System

The monitoring of marine aquaculture involves the continuous surveillance and observation of various aspects related to fish farming and the surrounding environment. This monitoring process is crucial for ensuring the well-being and productivity of aquaculture operations. 

Tailored and proven solution for aquaculture monitoring

Asset Surveillance

Continuous monitoring of fish farm assets, such as cages, nets, and equipment ensures their integrity and prevents theft or damage. CCTV cameras installed in strategic locations provide visual coverage of the fish farm assets, allowing operators to monitor the activities in real-time. 

Environmental Monitoring

Regular monitoring of water conditions, including parameters like temperature, pH, dissolved oxygen levels, and nutrient concentrations helps maintain optimal conditions for fish health and growth, as well as detect any potential issues like harmful algal blooms or oxygen depletion.

Weather Monitoring

Continuous monitoring of weather conditions, including wind speed and direction, precipitation, and temperature is important for assessing potential risks, such as storms or adverse weather events, and taking necessary precautions to protect the fish farm.

Incident detection

Utilizing various technologies, such as video surveillance, motion sensors, and acoustic monitoring, ensures the detection of incidents like fish escapes, equipment failures, or individuals falling into the water. Swift detection allows for an immediate response and minimizes potential negative impacts.

Geofencing & vessel tracking

Establishing virtual boundaries around the fish farm triggers alerts whenever unauthorized vessels or individuals enter the restricted area. AIS and radar technologies are utilized to monitor nearby vessel traffic and identify any suspicious activities.

History recording & playback

The history record and playback function captures and stores diverse data, providing insights into past events. It aids incident analysis, regulatory compliance, training, and continuous improvement. Operators can review trends, troubleshoot issues, and make informed decisions based on historical data. This feature contributes to sustainable aquaculture practices and operational efficiency.

Remote alerting

The system notifies users of potential threats or alarms by sending alerts through various communication channels, including convenient messaging platforms. These notifications can be received by authorized personnel responsible for the security of the fish farm, regardless of their physical location. This enables timely responses and necessary actions to be taken, even if the user is not physically present at the fish farm.

Key Features

  • Tailored assortment of sensors and functionalities
  • Remote alarms through user-friendly messengers, eliminating the need for onsite staff
  • Suited for monitoring multiple locations from a single center
  • Proven technology ensuring reliability
  • Intuitive interface for user convenience
  • Centralized application presenting essential monitoring data in one place

How it Works