The Ribeira, Spain-based Galician Aquaculture Technology Center (CETGA) has received funding from the government of Spain to pursue the application of artificial intelligence technologies to improve aquaculture production processes.
The “Aquaculture 4.0” project received EUR 260,805 (USD 283,950) from Spain’s Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, and Food to find ways to use AI to conduct biomass analysis; welfare monitoring; water condition optimization; and simplification of decision-making. The project, which is jointly operated with the Polytechnic University of Madrid, is also studying the use of hyperspectral image analysis to further these goals, according to a CETGA press release. The project began in 2021 and is slated to wrap up in the second half of 2023.
“The objective of the project is to ...
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