Site investigation, analysis and real-time monitoring for farmers ￼
Develop an integrated technology for site analysis, monitoring and data collection that enables farmers to make better decisions, mitigate risks and gain near-real time insights on farm operations and conditions.
Seaweed has the potential to feed our growing global population, support coastal economies, and even contribute to healthier oceans. An annual growth in seaweed farming by 14 per cent would produce 500-million dry weight tons by 2050, increasing the world’s current food supply by 10 per cent and generating up to $28 billion each year for the industry.
As the seaweed industry continues to expand, increased importance will be placed on innovative technologies that help solve challenges such as site analysis and monitoring, increasing harvest potential and processing efficiency, as well as waste reduction and mitigation.
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