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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: New Technologies to Support Sustainable Small-Scale Fisheries
The Fish-X Consortium Partners have planned a hybrid conference entitled, “The Digital Transition: New Technologies to Support Sustainable Small-Scale Fisheries”, taking place on Wednesday, 27th September 2023. The conference aims to explore the development of new technologies that match the needs of small-scale fishers, while complying with the EU fisheries regulatory framework.
It’s an exciting opportunity to listen to experts from policymaking, maritime authorities, fisheries, technology, science, and civil society, and to explore the digitalisation of small-scale fisheries. By harnessing the potential of cutting-edge technologies, we can find solutions that support sustainable fishing practices while facilitating compliance with relevant regulations.
Venue: Online or in person at WWF European Policy Office (EPO), 123 rue du Commerce, 1000 Brussels, Belgium.
Date: September 27, 2023
Time: 09:00 am – 05:00 pm (CEST)