Marine Bioresources - 8 > 12 octobre 2018
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      • Le 16/09/2018
      • PROGRAMME OF THE SESSION: "F1 - Sustainable fishing (Part II)"

      • Wednesday 10th October p.m. | Room 1
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      • Organised by: Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique, Ifremer

        Keywords: research, protection, evolution, monitoring, digital fishing, feamp

        (Session in English)

         

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        15:00

        SAN EMETERIO Jose Manuel, ERNACT, Ireland

        Improving the innovation performance of the seafood sector

         

        SAFER (Smart Atlantic seaFood clustER) is an european initiative (Interreg Atlantic program) that aims to improve the innovation performance of the seafood sector by increasing technology adoption and transnational cooperation, providing opportunities to introduce new processes, improve efficiency and communication between actors in the seafood value chain.

        Launch in november 2017, partners are currently setting up pilot actions in 5 atlantic regions to test the network and its suite of innovation services in real living labs. First results and coming actions will be presented and discussed with SAFER partners and stakeholders.


         

        Part II-1 Video observation and sensor data acquisition to improve selectivity and for a better knowledge of fishing activities

         

        15:15

        SIMON Julien, Ifremer, France

        Underwater video techniques to study fish behaviour in fishing gears

         

        Underwater video techniques are becoming more and more used in the field of fisheries research. Indeed, video recordings can provide very helpful information in understanding the behaviour of fish towards fishing gears. Therefore, hundreds of hours are recorded and must be analysed, which is a time-consuming task.

        Thus innovative technologies for observing fish do not rely only on the acquisition system but also on post processing system. Considerable advances in computer vision have been made in the last decade. Automated images processing software are new tools that can increase the data analysis capabilities of videos and pictures while reducing the time required to analyse these data.

         

        15:30

        HAMMERSLAND Helge, Scantrol, Norway

        Scantrol Deep Vision - a subsea vision system to measure and sort fish in the trawl

         

        Deep Vision has been developed in close collaboration between Scantrol and marine scientists to enable sampling of fish in the trawl without catching the fish. In addition to being a sampling tool providing accurate size and species information, Deep Vision is used to add information and accuracy to acoustic surveys. Deep Vision is now available for fishery research. A model for commercial fishing vessels including a sorting device is under development and will be ready in 2020.

         

        15:45

        CAUTE Didier, Marport, France

        SMARTFISH H2020 : Innovation for Sustainable Fisheries

         

        SMARTFISH H2020 is an international research project which aims to develop, test and promote a suite of high-tech systems for the EU fishing sector. The goal is to optimize resource efficiency, improve automatic data collection for fish stock assessment, provide evidence of compliance with fishery regulations and reduce the ecological impact of the industry. introduction to trawl Monitor concept, a real-time system able to provide detailed information on species and sizes entering the trawl.

         

        16:00

        MOËLO Patrick, Thalos, France

        Data transmission and sustainable fishing

        Demonstration of the decisive position of satellite communications in the development of sustainable fishing with the presentation of the OceanBox solution (Monitoring and management tool for ship-to-shore and shore-to-ship satellite data flows) and two examples of solutions associated with fishing data flows:

        OceanLive solution: On board video monitoring system allowing the supervision and the recording of fishing operations and in particular bycatch,

        ORBIT buoy: Drifting buoy equipped with a high resolution on board sounder allowing the biomass evaluation and species discrimination (PHARE Project).

         

        16:15

        LEBLOND Emilie, presented by QUEMENER Loïc, Ifremer, France

        The Recopesca project: an example of participative approach to collect fisheries and in-situ environmental data

         

        Face to the lack of data to assess precisely the spatial distribution of catches and fishing effort and for the environmental characterization of the fishing area, Ifremer has implemented the Recopesca project,  consisting in fitting out a sample of voluntary fishing vessels with sensors and beacons recording data on fishing effort and physical parameters such as temperature or salinity. For scientific purposes, Recopesca aims to collect data to improve resources assessment and diagnostics on fisheries, and environmental data required for an ecosystem approach to fisheries (EAF) or to feed oceanographic models e.g. for circulation of water masses. It is a concrete achievement of participative approach.

         

        16:30 Discussion
         

        16:45 COFFEE BREAK

         

        Part II-2  For a better utilization of sea products and by-products

         

        17:00

        JOLLY Alain and BLOCQUEL Camille, ID.Mer, France

        SEAFOOD TOMORROW, a European project to develop innovative solutions for improving the safety and dietary value of seafood in Europe

         

        SEAFOOD TOMORROW is a European project whim aims to develop innovative solutions for improving the safety and dietary value of seafood in Europe. In addressing the challenges to meet a growing market need for safe and sustainable seafood, the project will generate new knowledge to develop commercially viable eco-innovative solutions for improving the socio economic and environmental sustainability of European seafood production, and the processing industry.

         

        17:15

        MEHAIGNERIE Alexis, Abyss Ingredients, France.

        BrainBooster™ the Cognitive Health Ingredient for Seniors

         

        BrainBooster project aims to develop innovative healthy ingredient, scientifically and clinically proven, for the nutraceutical and petfood markets, more especially for the healthy aging market. The beauty of this project is to combine, product innovation with societal issues, sustainable development and local economy, but for the global market.

        Indeed BrainBooster project will focus on: . Providing, in a context of aging population, the nutraceutical ingredient answer to a major public health problem "healthy aging" by improving memory, but also good quality of life.

        • Valorizing marine by-products by using eco-friendly extraction processes specifically developed to surpass sustainable development objectives.
        • Contributing to the long-term valorization by-product value chain with this high added value marine ingredients.

        BrainBooster project leader, Abyss Ingredients expertise is to develop, produce and sell Natural Sustainable Marine ingredients and Solutions for the Dietary supplement market, globally.

         

        17:30

        KROKEDAL RØNNEVIK Alexander, Pelagia, Norway

         

        17:45 Discussion

         

        18:00 Conclusion

         

        18:15 end of the session F1-Part II

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