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We believe in a Common Responsibility to foster Sustainable Fisheries and Marine Biodiversity.
- We drive digital innovation to enable the sustainable exploitation of common natural resources.
- We develop accessible technologies to empower small-scale fisheries and grow their credibility towards the customer.
Within the Fish-X project, we are therefore developing a Fisheries Dataspace, a Traceability App, and an Insight Platform – based on smart orchestrated architecture and open interoperable technology via Gaia-X.
Fight Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated (IUU) fishing
Promote a sustainable use of common natural resources
Support honest fishers and help generate fair economic returns
Foster synergies between fisheries, authorities, supply chain actors, and consumers
Advance the digital transition for small-scale and recreational fisheries
Contribute to traceable, healthy, and sustainable food
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The digital transition: How new technologies can support sustainable small-scale fisheries in the Mediterranean
Fish-X is going to organise its 1st Regional Capacity-building Workshop, entitled “The digital transition: How new technologies can support sustainable small-scale fisheries in the Mediterranean” during the Mediterranean Advisory Council General Assembly on 28th February 2024 in Rome, Italy.
The workshop will be delivered to the Mediterranean European stakeholders, and it will be simultaneously translated into 6 working languages. The workshop is focused on the Croatian use case, aimed to contribute to the challenging dialogue on the use of digital devices and tools for a smooth and effective implementation of the Common Fishery Policy (CFP) and of the Control Regulation. Some best practices will also be shared with the audience based on a participatory and interactive approach. A live demo, from a Croatian fisher, of testing the tracking device (NEMO) is also expected to showcase the preliminary results of the field work and lessons learned.