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10-10-2017
Danfish 2017 - Ready to go

We have had a busy day setting up our booth at DanFish 2017. Meet us in Hall E at booth E456 and we will be happy to go over our latest developments. Danfish 2017 - Ready to go
27-05-2017
VIND version 2.0 has been released

Have you ever wanted to view the plankton, salinity or chlorophyl concentration and movement in the North Sea? Having a light weight nautical charts viewer (open sea maps) and plotter application? The new release of VIND gives you exactly that!

We are therefore happy to announce that version 2.0 of VIND is out with an exciting new set of features:
  • Integration of Open Sea Maps.
  • Many new layers including: chlorophyl, salinity, meso plankton, micro plankton, water height, water temperature, and ICES areas.
  • Playback functionality for specific layers visualizing the progress through out time.
  • Plotting graphs for catch layers to easy compare previous years.
  • Light weight plotter functionality for adding divider lines, bearing lines and points of interest.
  • Viewing the live position of the vessel directly on the map and setting bearing lines.
  • Viewing historical trips on the map and getting an overview of previous catches.

VIND version 2.0

VIND is a free windows application, so please contact us if you want to give it at try.
22-04-2017
Fishermen now have access to their trips and area impact online.

We are excited to introduce Black Box Portal - a new user friendly web portal for fishermen to browse and analyze data collected from their Black Box system.

The Trip Analyzer section of the Portal, enables the fishermen to view their trips directly on a map, see their gear activity and pin point out exactly where their fishing operations took place (see the image below). Black Box Portal - Trip Analyzer

Each vessel has an impact on the environment. If we look at mussel dredgers for example, it is especially interesting to know the area impact of the fishing gear on the seabed (in square meters). This can be calculated from the data produced by the Black Box systems and used for ensuring that no areas are damaged by overfishing and that particular attention is given to fragile and vulnerable areas.

The new Black Box Portal, enables the fishermen to see their vessels area impact and adjust their fishing accordingly. Also, if permission is given by the individual fishermen, fishery unions can access their area impact results, set up limits and verify that vessels are within allowed impact thresholds.

If you are interested in hearing more about the Black Box Portal, please contact us.
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