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 […]
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: Nå slipper forskerne å drepe fisken for å telle den. Fotograferer den i stedet.
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 […]
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 […]