Regulating the aquaculture of the future for sustainability and traceability
AquaScape is a cloud data-driven platform providing quantitative aquaculture sustainability metrics and analytics for regulators, farmers, and supply chains
Aquaculture traceability for farms including species, ownership, production estimates, and environmental footprints. The farm registry provides a farm passport for farms from national to district level and applies a carrying capacity assessment.
Determine the maximum sustainable aquaculture production and environmental thresholds for aquaculture management. Zones combine outputs from the aquaculture, land, and ocean modelling.
Quantify system connectivity and linkages to inform aquaculture licensing decisions based on emission flows over space and time.
Use state-of-art coastal management by accounting for all point and non-point source emissions for informed policy decisions.
AquaScape has a comprehensive disease monitoring module that capture informations on disease frequecy and severity.
AquaScape detects and addresses aquaculture risks before they occur, providing increased financial security for farms and insurers
AquaScape provides insights on aquaculture production, environment, disease and supply chain elements at scale
AquaScape transforms aquaculture governance providing visibility to farm registration, carrying capacity, water quality and disease analytics all of which are integral components to promoting global seafood sustainability. Policy makers, supply chain and other stakeholders benefit from the increase in efficiency and impact in decision-making through technology.
AquaScape provides analytics for insurance and finance institutions that add value to aquaculture financial due diligence addressing risk, viability and sustainability. AquaScape's analytics provide objective metrics that enable insurers and financiers to understand production, environment, and diseases risks regionally, nationally and globally.
AquaScape reduces aquaculture farm risk for licensing, disease monitoring, certification and carrying capacity assessment. Aquaculture farms benefit from analytics associated with regional production metrics, disease risk maps.