Trude Jansen Hagland has joined Aquabyte as Head of Product at Aquabyte Global.
Learn more about Aquabyte's product range within automatic lice counting, automatic weightdata and fish welfare.
An automatic lice-counting system that is said to give a much more accurate figure than manual counting is on trial at two salmon farm sites in Scotland.
Using tech from Aquabyte, no more manual counting for Kvarøy Fiskeoppdrett and Seløy Sjøfarm. This will pave way for other salmon farmers to massively reduce fish handling.
Machine learning involves letting advanced software automate work tasks and provide better information about conditions on the fish farm. Lice counting, estimating the weight of the fish, producing growth curves, and diagnosing the health of the fish are some of the areas of use, and there will be more.
Bryton Shang started Aquabyte with the idea of using machine learning and computer vision to make fish farming even more efficient. Barely three years later, Aquabyte has grown from a prototype in a bathtub in San Francisco into an established software company that makes work easier for fish farms along the Norwegian coast, every single day.