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Shedding Light on The Situation: Examining the Use of Lighting in Salmon Fisheries

Light is much like the Force, “Its energy surrounds us, binds us.”, and although most life on our planet requires its presence to survive, light is not a topic the average person spends a great deal of time thinking about (Kershner, 1980). Light impacts all creatures...
Traceability, Quality Monitoring, and Data Analysis: How Technology is Transforming the Seafood Supply Chain

Traceability, Quality Monitoring, and Data Analysis: How Technology is Transforming the Seafood Supply Chain

Technology is vastly changing how companies around the world are operating, and the seafood industry is no exception. Over the years, the usage of sensors, computer networks, and artificial intelligence have allowed for increased traceability and data analysis throughout the seafood supply chain. Through this, companies can find inefficiencies in their operations which allows them to serve their customers better.

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Seafood Operations During COVID-19

Seafood Operations During COVID-19

Needless to say the seas have been turbulent in the seafood industry over the past few months with the emergence of COVID-19. Beginning in December with Asia closing down and the U.S. just starting to close down, it has left many stakeholders within the industry...

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Tired of Guessing Inventory?

Tired of Guessing Inventory?

Thousands of crate moves, grade transformations and packing orders are automated and accounted for in real time with Sedna's RFID Inventory System Lobster is by far the most valuable Canadian Seafood Export, but currently the industry has high levels of waste in both...

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