As part of the EnviGuard International conference, on November 8th,it took place a EnviGuard training workshop at the TTZ facilities in Bremerhaven, where the attendees could visit the prototype of the EnviGuard port.
The 30th November, 2018 will be celebrated the next EnviGuard workshop in the island of Malta.
The training workshop will take place in the Central Complex of the AquaBioTech Group from 11:30am to 2:45pm. The registration is already possible in this link.
During this event, topics such as the results from stakeholders' survey in the Mediterranean or the new sensors developed in the EnviGuard project will be tackled. To see the full programme click here.
Additionally, the training workshop will be recorded in streaming on the AquaBioTech youtube channel.
We are waiting for you all!
The third EnviGuard training workshop took place the 19th November, 2018 in Madrid. The place chosen to celebrate this workshop was the Technical School of Industrial Engineers of the Polytechnic University, one of the partners of the EnviGuard’s project.
Registration at the "EnviGuard International Conference of Sensors for Aquaculture and Environmental Monitoring” is now possible!!
Comes the end of our project and the consortium of EnviGuard has turned organizing a major international conference bringing together lessons learned during these five years and show today and projection aquaculture industry. The registration is already possible in this link and we leave all the information of the event in the following post
In April 2018, Multitel had the chance to participate to the Hannover Messe, which is the world's largest industry fair with typical about 250.000 visitors and 6.500 exhibitors from 75 countries.
One of Seafish's primary aims is to ensure a sustainable, socially responsible future for the UK seafood industry. The organisation funded by a levy on the first sale of seafood products in the UK is committed to responsible sourcing throughout the supply chain, which involves protecting resources, fish stocks and ecosystems; supporting the development of sustainable marine aquaculture methods; facilitating well informed sourcing policies and promoting best environmental practice.