Deep Vision has been on its first cruise with the new fisheries science research vessel “Tamgu 23” in South Korea, owned by the National Institute of Fisheries Science (NIFS). – The biggest change is eco-friendly research that does not catch fish when operating trawling equipment, says research scientist Dr. Hyungbeen Lee. “Tamgu 23” is equipped with state of […]
As we approach the end of a year that has been nothing like we expected, we are sending you our sincere thoughts, whatever the situation is for yourself or your business. At Scantrol Deep Vision we have spent this year preparing for new times ahead and are excited to show you what we have been […]
Deep Vision research version has been on the first CRIMAC cruise with “G.O. Sars”. See a slideshow from the cruise and read the report from the cruise here. REPORT: The CRIMAC SFI starts with a bang Scantrol and Scantrol Deep Vision partners in new innovation center
By Egil Ona, IMR The new SFI at IMR, which will use broadband echo sounders to identify marine animals as acoustic targets, got off to a great start on the herring cruise with G.O. Sars. The trip went, after extensive calibration of the equipment in Tromsø, first to the Kvænangen fjord to target juvenile herring […]
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Scantrol and Scantrol Deep Vision are part of the newly awarded Centre for Research-based Innovation (SFI) CRIMAC. The centre aims to improve fisheries technology so that marine resource mapping can become more efficient and reliable. – Scantrol and Scantrol Deep Vision will contribute by developing and testing their existing trawl control technology iSYM and trawl-based […]
Scantrol Deep Vision wishes you all the best for the holiday season and a prosperous New Year. As a tradition, we make a donation on behalf of the company, and our partners and customers who support us throughout the year. This year we want to support Big Blue Ocean Cleanup, that works to prevent and […]
Deep Vision will be presented as part of Kystpuls on 15 October at Work-Work in Trondheim.
Scantrol Deep Vision will exhibit at The Ocean 2019 on 17 September 2019 in Bergen, Norway. Visit our stand at the Radisson Blu Royal hotel to inspect the Deep Vision frame that will be exhibited live. The Deep Vision underwater sampling system is currently for sale for research purposes. The new Swedish research vessel “R/V […]
IMR.NO: Smarte fangstløsninger, vitenskapelige publikasjoner og utdanning av nye forskere er blant det Senter for bærekraftig fangst, CRISP, har lykkes med i løpet av åtte år.
Scantrol Deep Vision will exhibit at ICES ASC from 9-12 September 2019 in Gothenburg, Sweden. Visit our stand at the Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre and Gothia Towers to inspect the Deep Vision frame that will be exhibited live. The Deep Vision underwater sampling system is currently for sale for research purposes. The new Swedish […]
Scantrol Deep Vision will be present at Arendalsuka, the largest annual political gathering in Norway. On Wednesday 14 August, we will participate on the two following events: Kan teknologien løse verden behov for omstilling? Er petroleumsnæringen et lokomotiv i det grønne skiftet Hope to see you there for an interesting conversation about our Deep Vision […]
FINANSAVISEN:Fish-tech gründer Helge Hammersland har brukt 30 millioner på å utvikle kamerateknologi som tar bilde av fisken mens den er på vei inn i trålen.
Scantrol Deep Vision is bringing advanced computer vision and machine learning technology to marine researchers and fishers. We have delivered the first Deep Vision systems to our research customers and want to expand our team with a project engineer, for upcoming deliveries and exciting new opportunities. We are looking for a skilled and motivated employee […]
A Chinese delegation in the country to connect with the fisheries science community, dropped a visit at Scantrol. On the agenda was the recent orders of iSYM to two new Chinese research vessels, and the Deep Vision technology that has spurred considerable interest in the research community of their home country. Leading the delegation was […]
TEKNISK UKEBLAD: Havforskningen automatiseres.
INNOVASJON NORGE: Scantrol Deep Vision har utviklet et informasjonssystem for kommersielt fiskeri som kartlegger fangsten i en trål.
TEKFISK: Mye ny teknologi er blitt testet på de 45 toktene forskningssenteret Crisp har hatt. Nå er det aller siste forskningstoktet gjennomført.
TEKNISK UKEBLAD: Nå slipper forskerne å drepe fisken for å telle den. Fotograferer den i stedet.
FISKERIBLADET: Når CRISP-senteret avvikles i løpet av våren 2019, står ingen åpenbare arvtagere klare.
Scantrol Deep Vision will exhibit at ICES ASC from 24-27 September 2018 in Hamburg, Germany. Visit our stand at the University of Hamburg to get the latest developments on our Deep Vision Research Model that is currently for sale. Related: Visit the ICES ASC website Learn more about Deep Vision Learn more about FishMeter Read the […]
The Institute of Marine Research (IMR) in Bergen has developed a new web-based sampling software. Fish2Data uses the FishMeter for data input along with weight scales, pit tag reader, calliper and a label writer. The institute is planning to release the software as open source from next year. – The new system will be an […]
Deep Vision Commercial Version for fish sorting in the trawl is under full development. Funded by Innovation Norway, the system will be available for sale within the next few years. – Developing a system that will make it possible to sort the catch in the trawl, has always been our long-term goal. The first few […]
After more than a decade of development, test cruises and refinement of the Deep Vision technology, the first systems for marine research are being delivered. Deep Vision trawl camera system has been developed in close cooperation with the Institute of Marine Research (IMR) in Bergen and their Centre for Research-based Innovation in Sustainable fish capture […]
Scantrol Deep Vision will exhibit together with Scantrol from 21-24 August in Trondheim, Norway. Visit us in Trondheim Spektrum at stand G-716 to get the latest developments of our underwater vision system for fish sampling in the trawl, and inspect the frame and camera system that will be exhibited live. Related: Visit Nor-Fishing’s website Learn […]
Experience from more than a hundred hauls with the Deep Vision prototype has resulted in powerful upgrades of the frame design. Read more about the final version of the system for marine research purposes. – We have acquired extensive experience with the Deep Vision system after more than a hundred hauls with the prototype, mainly […]
FISKERIBLADET/TEKFISK PODKAST: Etter ti år med utvikling, har Deep Vision solgt sine første sorteringssystemer til forskningsskip.
NOR-FISHING.NO: In 2016, Scantrol Deep Vision won the Nor-Fishing Innovation Award for its trawl-mounted camera system. To win this award was an important recognition of excellence for the company after more than ten years of development. Winning the Award has contributed to national and international recognition of the technology – as well as better access […]
FISKERIBLADET: I mars leveres de første Deep Vision-kameraene som måler og artsbestemmer fisk i trålen.
Developed over a period of more than 10 years, the research version of the Deep Vision underwater sampling system is finally ready for delivery. The first orders will be delivered by the end of 2017. Deep Vision is a stereo camera subsea sampling system for marine research vessels that makes sampling possible without bringing the […]
Christian Michelsen Research has integrated support for Deep Vision images in their acoustic interpretation software LSSS. See video of the new functionality in use on a recent cruise conducted by the Institute of Marine Research (IMR), Norway. Images from the Deep Vision system are integrated with the acoustic data, providing species and size verification of […]
Scantrol Deep Vision will be present at ICES Annual Science Conference, 18-21 September 2017 at Broward County Convention Center in Greater Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA. Meet us for an update on the Deep Vision underwater sampling system, which is now available for purchase for research purposes. Related: Visit the exhibition website Learn more about Deep […]
SYSLA: – Nå er vi akkurat i knekkfasen. 2018 blir året der vi går inn i en ny fase, sier forretningsutvikler Hege Hammersland-White i Deep Vision.
French students at the Institute of Marine Research (IMR) in Bergen have spent their summer using images from Deep Vision to automatically analyze them for different species of fish. The two French masters students from the University of Nice, Thomas Mahiout and Tiffanie Schreyeck, were employed to look at IMR’s extensive digital data collection. Their […]
In order to increase the service for our Chinese customers, we now have a Chinese website, manuals and support system. On the new Chinese website, you will be able to find updated information about our fish sampling products, Deep Vision and FishMeter, as well as contact information for our Chinese sales and support department. Chinese […]
Deep Vision is planned to be employed on the new state of the art research vessel “REV”, operated by WWF and funded by Kjell Inge Røkke. Originated from his company Eco-Harvesting, the trawl vision system is presented in a video that shows the latest in trawl gear technology that will equip the vessel when launched […]
The Deep Vision camera system for fish sampling in the trawl has been tested onboard the brand new Norwegian marine research vessel “Dr. Fridtjof Nansen”. See Deep Vision images from the cruise. Dr. Fridtjof Nansen” is owned by the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (NORAD) and operated by the Institute of Marine Research (IMR) and […]
TUNNELSYN: Eit kamera i trålposen, kopla i sanntid mot eit digitalt analyseverktøy. Om få år skal ein fiskeskippar kunna vita kva slags fisk han har i trålen, kor stor fisken er og kor stor fangsten vert, før han hiv trålposen om bord.
KYSTMAGASINET: Deep Vision vil bli et fremtidig svært viktig verktøy både for forskere og fiskere, og ikke minst for førstnvente som skal bestemme størrelsen på fremtidige kvoter.
KYST.NO: Scantrol Deep Vision ønsker å overføre sin teknologi fra bruk i trål til lakseoppdrett. Teknologien skal kunne automatisk både måle størrelsen på fisken, og gjenkjenne lus og og andre sykdommer. Dette skal gi røkterne får bedre sanntidsinformasjon om fisken i merden, som igjen vil gi bedre grunnlag for avgjørelser om for eksempel avlusing.