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Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2016-177
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Phase 2: Traceability Systems for Wild Caught Lobster, via Sense-T and Pathways to Market

This document is the final report of the project (FRDC 2016-177) ‘Traceability Systems for Wild Caught Lobsters’. It has been prepared by researchers from University of Tasmania. Background The project ‘Traceability Systems for Wild Caught Lobster, via Sense-T and Pathways...
ORGANISATION:
University of Tasmania (UTAS)
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PROJECT NUMBER • 2018-026
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

e-fish - An Integrated Data Capture and Sharing Project

The e-fish project provides an in-depth analysis of the challenges currently experienced by fisheries agencies in data integration and sharing. The project, led by the Australian Fisheries Management Authority (AFMA) in consultation with Australia’s State and NT fisheries jurisdictions,...
ORGANISATION:
Australian Fisheries Management Authority (AFMA)
SPECIES
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PROJECT NUMBER • 2008-790
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

SCRC: CoolFish - Traceability and product sensor technologies to manage seafood cool chains APPROVAL FOR PHASE 1 ONLY FOR $14,600

This report constitutes the completion of Phase 1 of the CoolFish Project. The overall objective of the CoolFish project is to utilise commercial traceability and product sensor technologies to address current business impediments and business opportunities in cool chains to support increased...
ORGANISATION:
University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2020-126
PROJECT STATUS:
CURRENT

Australian Agrifood Data Exchange (OzAg Data Exchange): Deliver an interconnected data highway for Australia's AgriFood value chain

Pain point: The delay in exchange and reconciliation of catch data by fishers and processors means that there is a delay in quota accounting which impacts planning due to lack of timely information. Furthermore, with no access to pre-fishing information data to the processors means they are unable...
ORGANISATION:
Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA)
People
Industry
Industry
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 1993-093
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Development of biological tagging techniques for penaeid prawns

The objective of this project was to develop novel biological tags for penaeid prawns. The impetus for this research was the growing interest in Australia in the potential for stock-enhancement of penaeid fisheries with hatchery reared juveniles. In any stock- enhancement program some...
ORGANISATION:
CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere Hobart
Environment