Farmforce’s cloud-based mobile platform enables digital management of smallholder farming schemes, targeting the “first mile” from production to the point of distribution.
Fjord Hybrid reduces fuel consumption in fish farms by up to 60 per cent. The solution automates power supply and optimises use of generators, batteries, electrical drives and control systems.
Dato helps to reduce food waste with an app that displays expiring products in grocery stores. Dato is currently under development and is yet to be commercially tested.
Adigo’s autonomous weeding robot for precision farming, Asterix, aims herbicide droplets directly at weeds without hitting the crop or soil.
Fish processing equipment from Melbu Systems ensures that all parts of a fish are utilised to supply alternative markets and convert by-products to fertiliser.
The GreenCap Environmental Control System provides energy-efficient climate control for industrial greenhouses where natural conditions are challenging for production efficiency.
Fishency Innovation has developed the SmartFunnel for digital sea lice counting and monitoring to improve lice prevention and safeguard fish health and the environment.
TAG Sensors monitor the condition of temperature-sensitive products throughout storage and delivery, thus reducing food waste and foodborne illness.
TRAWL 2.0 will use autonomous drones to make trawl fishing more efficient. Yet to be commercially implemented, the solution could reduce fuel consumption, while increasing the quality of the catch.
Foods of Norway uses wood, seaweed and other renewable bioresources to develop sustainable ingredients for animal feed. The feed has been tested on salmon and pigs.
Nofence grazing technology is a GPS-based virtual fencing system. It uses audio warnings and a potential electrical stimulus to keep livestock in a designated pasture.
BioCHOS develops fungicides based on by-products from the shellfish industry. Once on the market, they can replace some of the current toxic fungicides.
Stingray’s advanced solution removes and controls sea lice in fish farming pens around the clock, while minimising impact on the environment and fish.
Yet to be commercially implemented, a new method for catching fish with trawl could reduce seabed damage and bycatch. It could even increase catch volume and reduce fuel consumption.
The recently established company Aquasolis Global has developed a highly efficient, easily deployable reverse osmosis system for water purification and desalination.
Pest control with bait and pesticides can be replaced with full perimeter protection, preventing the spread of environmentally hazardous substances.
Soil Steam has created the world’s first device for killing weeds with steam. It lets farmers improve harvests and storage time using less pesticide and fertiliser.
Fish is a vital source of protein for the global population. Nordic Aquafarms’ land-based fish farms produce high-quality fish with minimal environmental footprint.