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Webinar: Application of Sensors in Precision Aquaculture

Event Start: 25 May 2021 10:00
Event End: 25 May 2021 12:15

Webinar: Application of Sensors in Precision Aquaculture

The STREAM (Sensor Technologies for Remote Environmental Aquatic Monitoring) project, which is part funded by the Ireland Wales Co-operation Programme 2014-2020, is hosting a free webinar on Application of Sensors in Precision Aquaculture.

The webinar promises to be an unmissable opportunity for professionals working in the aquaculture of fish, shellfish and seaweeds, but also across this dynamic sector.

The webinar will take place on Tuesday, 25th May 2021 and is free to all attendees.

Please follow the link below for further details and to register for the event. 

https://www.marinestream.eu/stream-events/

The STREAM (Sensor Technologies for Remote Environmental Aquatic Monitoring) project, which is part funded by the Ireland Wales Co-operation Programme 2014-2020 and brings together partners on both sides of the Irish Sea to better understand the impact of climate change; lower the cost of marine observation and accelerate the process of data provision,

The Ireland Wales 2014-2020 European Territorial Co-operation (ETC) programme is a maritime programme connecting organisations, businesses and communities on the West coast of Wales with the South-East coast of Ireland.

The Welsh Government manages the programme with partners, the Southern Regional Assembly (SRA) and the Department for Public Expenditure and Reform (DPER).

The programme is one of a family of ETC programmes which provide opportunities for regions in the EU to work together to address common economic, environmental and social challenges. 

The Ireland Wales programme focuses on seeking solutions to shared challenges on both sides of the Irish sea, to improve the economic and sustainable development priorities of Wales and Ireland.

The programme focuses on:

Cross border innovation

Adaptation of the Irish Sea and Coastal Communities to Climate Change

Cultural and Natural Resources and Heritage