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  • MARTEC2018: Final Conference of LIFE Iseas Project LIFE iSEAS partners are starting to organize the final conference of the project, to be held in Vigo, Spain, from May 2 to 4, 2018. This will be an International Conference on advances in marine technologies applied to discard mitigation and management MARTEC2018, which will include both the scientific and fishing sector. Scientific works will be presented ...
  • Performance tuning of the iObserver system for the automatic identification and quantification of on-board catches One of the main objectives of the LIFE iSEAS project is the development and tuning of the iObserver system, a set of vision technologies able to identify and quantify on board fish catches. This system is installed in the fishing hold (on the conveyor belt / sorting area) of different oceanographic and fishing vessels to ...
  • Demonstration day on new ways of valuing fish discards On 20 June 2017, the Port Authority of Marín and Ría de Pontevedra will host a demonstration day in the framework of the iSEAS project. Its purpose is the presentation of the pilot plant aimed at integral processing and valuing of fish discards as raw material for the elaboration of products for human consumption. The president of ...
  • Valorization of fish discards in the plant of the Port of Marín The pilot plant for the valorisation of fishing discards is installed in the Port of Marín. The iSEAS project continues to carry out tests to obtain products with high added value, such as fish muscle blocks. More information (in Spanish): Faro de Vigo
  • Production of fish muscle blocks from low commercial value species– Pilot plant (Port of Marin)     In the pilot plant that the iSEAS project has put into operation at the facilities of the Port Authority of Marin and Ría de Pontevedra, different tests are being carried out to obtain added-value products. During the 18th and 19th of April different tests were carried out to elaborate muscle blocks. These tests are implemented in ...
  • iObserver system testing for the automatic identification and quantification of the fishery on board One of the main objectives of the Life iSEAS project is the development and testing of the iObserver system. It is a set of vision technologies used for the identification and quantification of fish on board. This system is installed in the fish processing area (conveyor belt /sorting zone) of different vessels, both oceanographic and ...
  • Fishermen are concerned about the management of discards   From 2015 until the present year, the University of Santiago de Compostela has conducted 11 interviews with skippers and shipowners to compare their vision two years after the enforcement of regulation on discards. Their main concern is the increase of time in the handling and management of the discards on board. More information is available on Faro ...
  • Valorization of fish discards – Pilot plant (Port of Marin) The main objective of the LifeiSEAS project is the implementation of innovative solutions for the reduction and management of fishing discards. A small-scale pilot plant IIM-CSIS laboratories (Vigo) is being used from the beginning of the project. Recently a newer and bigger plant has been set up and is operating in the facilities of the Port ...
  • The USC studies the economic and social importance of the Landing Obligation in the framework of the LifeiSEAS project. In 2015, the Department of Applied Economics – Fisheries and Natural Resources Economics (USC), partner of the Life iSEAS project, conducted a total of 13 interviews with fishing sector professionals, in order to obtain their opinion on the fishing discards and the forthcoming implementation of the Landing Obligation for those species subject to TAC or ...
  • Working together to increase knowledge about discards and the strategies to reduce them Last March, the Life iSEAS project took part in the Stakeholders Conference in FAO headquarters in Rome. The meeting was organised by the DiscardLess project, with the aim to open a debate among the various stakeholders in the fisheries and scientific sectors about the implementation of the landing obligation in EU fisheries The diversity of stakeholders ...

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