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VIND version 2.4 has been released

VIND just got even better. We have optimized different areas of the application and reduced the size of all the dynamic layers. We even added some new bottom layers, providing information about the bottom current, sediment and sea cabling.

The major features in VIND 2.4 are:
  • New background map added with a light theme.
  • View the bottom current at any position in the North Sea, with a 5 day forecast.
  • View the depth at any position in the North Sea.
  • View the different sediment types in the North Sea.
  • Get an overview of the cables in the North Sea.
  • Reduced layer sizes for dynamic layers.
  • Improved overview of historical catches.

VIND version 2.0

VIND is a free windows application, so please contact us if you want to give it at try.
Small Business Innovation Research contract signed

We are extremely happy to announce that we have just signed a contract with the Advance Queensland Small Business Innovation Research Initiative to develop a new modular and flexible remote electronic monitoring system to enable a fully documented fishery.

Over the next 6 months we will be working closely with the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (DAF) to develop a new electronic monitoring system that can be tailored to the needs of the fisheries of Queensland. While also using some new technologies to incorporate machine learning and image analysis techniques to streamline and optimize the reporting requirements of Queensland’s fishers.

Electrofishing for Razor Clams

We are pleased to be working closely with Marine Scotland to ensure the razor clam fishery off the west coast of Scotland is run in a sustainable manner.

Our Black Box Video system is being used on-board the initial trial vessel, Nicola Jane, to showcase the ability to monitor fishing activity based upon the vessel’s generator output. The first results of the trial are proving extremely promising.

The weather is even being nicely accommodating for this time of the year...although it’s unlikely they can always expect to be fishing in such fair weather.


We are looking forward to moving onto the next phase of this project and being able to roll out systems to more vessels, and get them up and running within a sustainable razor clam fishery.
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