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Intelligent management system for integrated multi-trophic aquaculture

Resultado final

First version of IMTA Model focused on North Sea

D3.2 - First version of IMTA Model focused on North Sea [M14] This deliverable will report the IMTA Model for the pilot of the North Sea Farm

Pilots description and reference case studies for IMTA

D1.1 This deliverable will be a report that will reflect the outcomes of Task 1.1 in terms of the pilots description report and definition of reference case studies for IMTA

Report on compatible off-the-shelf sensors and specifications for novel sensors

D2.1 - Report on compatible off-the-shelf sensors and specifications for novel sensors [M9] This deliverable will report the outcomes of Task 2.1 in terms of commercially available sensors that are compatible with IMPAQT requirements and the specifications for new sensors development.

Analysis of Use Cases and Requirements

This deliverable will be based on Task 1.1 final outcome and will specify the technical, business and sustainability requirements that will drive the development of the Impaqt platform

- Draft Plan for the exploitation and dissemination

D6.3 - Draft Plan for the exploitation and dissemination [M12] This report will present the draft plan and activities of Tasks 6.1, 6.2, 6.4 and 6.5.

First version of Autonomous Data Acquisition and Communication Systems

D2.3- First version of Autonomous Data Acquisition and Communication Systems [M18] This deliverable will report on the first outcomes and integration of activities in WP2 together with preliminary on-lab validation results.

Specification on individual components of IMS and on their integration

D3.1- Specification on individual components of IMS and on their integration [M12] This deliverable reports the specifications for the components of Tasks 3.2, 3.3, 3.4 and the integration specification

– IADAS and DAS Architectural design

D2.2 – IADAS and DAS Architectural design [M12] This deliverable will report on the full design specifications of IADAS and DAS developed in tasks 2.3 and 2.4

- First version of Integrated Management System

D3.3 - First version of Integrated Management System [M18] This deliverable will report the first prototype of the Integrated Management System (IMS).

IMTA system design specifications

D1.3 - IMTA system design specifications [M9] This deliverable will be based on Tasks 1.2, 1.3 and 1.4 final outcomes and will specify the overall system design, including IMTA species list, IMTA system components/equipments list and end-to-end IMTA architectural design with emphasis on openness and aquaculture product quality and, safety.

Data Management Plan

D6.1 - Data Management Plan [M06] This report will present in detail the data management plan in accordance with European Commission guidelines

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Publicaciones

Modelling interactions and feedbacks between Integrated Multi-TrophicAquaculture and the receiving environment in the North and Aegean Seas

Autores: Lauriane Vilmin and Luca A. van Duren
Publicado en: AQUACULTURE EUROPE 2020, Issue Annual, 2021

IoT for Aquaculture 4.0 Smart and easy-to-deploy real-time water monitoring with IoT

Autores: Charlotte Dupont, Philippe Cousin, Samuel Dupont
Publicado en: 2018 Global Internet of Things Summit (GIoTS), 2018, Page(s) 1-5
DOI: 10.1109/giots.2018.8534581

ACTIVITY BASED RESOURCES ALLOCATION (ABRA) MODEL ONASSESSING COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF IMTA INSTALLATIONS

Autores: G. Malindretos, P. Kinanlis, J.Casserly, F. Kane
Publicado en: AQUACULTURE EUROPE 2020, Issue ANNUAL, 2021

BIOFILM AND BIOFOULING DEVELOPMENT ON NOVEL SENSINGSURFACES IN A MARINE RECIRCULATED AQUACULTURE SYSTEM

Autores: E. Schoina, Robert Daly, Pierre Lovera, Alan O’Riordan, Brendan O’Flynn, GJ. Nychas
Publicado en: AQUACULTURE EUROPE 2020, Issue Annual, 2021

CO-CULTURE OF ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO SALAR), SCALLOP(PECTEN MAXIMUS) AND KELP (ALARIA ESCULENTA) AT A PILOTSCALE MULTI SPECIES RESEARCH SITE – IMPAQT PROJECT

Autores: Joanne Casserly, Frank Kane
Publicado en: AQUACULTURE EUROPE 2020, Issue ANNUAL, 2021

IMPAQT – AN INTELLEGIENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FORINTEGRATED MULTI-TROPHIC AQUACULTURE- A CASE STUDY: CAMLIPILOT SITE

Autores: Seyma Tarkan, Kemal Can Bizsel
Publicado en: AQUACULTURE EUROPE 2020, 2021

AN INNOVATIVE PLATFORM FOR NEW CIRCULAR AQUACULTUREMODELS: THE CASE OF MULTI-TROPHIC SYSTEMS (IMPAQT PROJECT)

Autores: Checa, D; Escamilla, M. Sanchez
Publicado en: AQUACULTURE EUROPE 2020, 2021

Designing An IoT Cloud Solution for Aquaculture

Autores: Ugur Acar, Frank Kane, Panagiotis Vlacheas, Vassilis Foteinos, Panagiotis Demestichas, Guven Yuceturk, Ioanna Drigkopoulou, Aycan Vargun
Publicado en: 2019 Global IoT Summit (GIoTS), Issue 2019, 2019, Page(s) 1-6
DOI: 10.1109/giots.2019.8766428

Modelling Data For A Sustainable Aquaculture

Autores: Ahmed Abid, Charlotte Dupont, Franck Le Gall, Allan Third, Frank Kane
Publicado en: 2019 Global IoT Summit (GIoTS), 2019, Page(s) 1-6
DOI: 10.1109/giots.2019.8766376

MICROBIOLOGICAL QUALITY AND SAFETY OF FARMED EDIBLESEAWEED ALARIA ESCULENTA AND ATLANTIC SALMON CO-CULTUREDIN INTEGRATED MULTITROPHIC AQUACULTURE SYSTEM

Autores: A. Lytou , D. Lymperi, J. Casserly, F. Kane, E. Panagou, G-J. Nychas
Publicado en: AQUACULTURE EUROPE 2020, Issue ANNUAL, 2021

Mytilus trossulus introgression and consequences for shell traits in longline cultivated mussels

Autores: Kati Michalek, David L. J. Vendrami, Michaël Bekaert, David H. Green, Kim S. Last, Luca Telesca, Thomas A. Wilding, Joseph I. Hoffman
Publicado en: Evolutionary Applications, 2021, ISSN 1752-4571
DOI: 10.1111/eva.13245

Development of a Low-Power Underwater NFC-Enabled Sensor Device for Seaweed Monitoring

Autores: Caroline Peres, Masoud Emam, Hamed Jafarzadeh, Marco Belcastro, Brendan O’Flynn
Publicado en: Sensors, Issue 21/14, 2021, Page(s) 4649, ISSN 1424-8220
DOI: 10.3390/s21144649

The demonstration of the sustainability of multi-trophic aquaculture systems under a holistic perspective: LCA and Ecosystem Services Assessment

Autores: Inma Sánchez, Sophie Vergouwen, Sonja Wanke, Daniel Checa, Luca Van Duren
Publicado en: SETAC Europe 30th Annual Meeting Abstract Book, Issue On an annual basis, 2020, Page(s) 229, ISSN 2309-8031
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.5782777