Exploring the Use of Precision Livestock Farming for Improved Fish Management and Production
Over the past few decades, the volume and economic yield of finfish aquaculture production have grown quickly, and it is now a major source of seafood. The possibility that the field can encounter new biological, economic, and social issues as the production scale grows also rises, which can have an impact on the sector's ability to continue producing fish in an ethically correct, fruitful, and environmentally responsible manner. For this reason, the industry must strive to keep track of and manage these issues' impacts to prevent potentially worsening issues when production is scaled up. We present the Precision Fish Farming (PFF) idea, the objective to make management-engineering concepts to fish manufacture, enhancing the farmer's capacity to observe, manage, and record biological activities in fish farms. PFF will help transition commercial aquaculture from the conventional dependent on experts to a knowledge-driven construction regime by applying multiple key concepts from Precision Livestock Farming (PLF) and accounting for the border settings & options which are specific to farming processes in the water atmosphere. The only way to do this is to use automated systems and develop technology more frequently. Additionally, we looked at current technology options which might be crucial elements in PFF uses in the future. To demonstrate the possibilities of such systems, we specified four case research that addresses particular issues with biomass tracking, feed delivery management, parasite tracking, and crowding operation management.
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