Improves fish welfare
Biofouling is a severe issue as it harms fish health and can cause equipment failure. Current antifouling solutions are costly, inefficient and harmful to the environment. Regular cleaning and monitoring of the fish pen improve biofouling management.
A clean net increases the water flow in the pen resulting in higher oxygen content in the water, less pollution, dirt and other unwanted contents. Infection pressure is reduced, minimizing the need for treatment. The Remora robot contributes to lower fish mortality and improved fish welfare.
While Remora washes the note during its daily trip, it also scans the entire net and collects essential data from all depths of the pen’s aquatic environment.
Its advanced sensors for monitoring the environment will analyze and provide detailed insight into the condition of the note trends over time, enabling preventative maintenance and optimized operations for the farmers.