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Measurement and control in aquaculture processes - New directions for the information revolution? (Meeting Abstract)

Citation
Muir J & Bostock J (1994) Measurement and control in aquaculture processes - New directions for the information revolution? (Meeting Abstract).

Abstract
Almost without exception, the processes and products of the late 20 th. century are being transformed by the information revolution. The aquaculture sector is no exception. The key elements are : smaller, faster, cheaper, more sensitive systems for capturing information ; more accurate and powerful systems for relaying information ; more powerful systems for analysing, integrating, presenting information ; better, faster, more clever systems for control, decision support, management. The aim of this paper is to consider some of the ways in which these changes are coming to bear on the aquaculture sector, to suggest the kind of developments which might take place in the medium terms, and to discuss the implications these might have on the industry and its competitive and structural features.

Keywords
aquaculture; informatics systems; management; technology; future

StatusPublished
EditorMuir JF, Sevila F
AuthorsMuir James, Bostock John
Publication date1994
URLhttp://cemadoc.irstea.fr/…ocesses-new.html
PublisherEuropean Aquaculture Society
Place of publicationOostende
LanguageEnglish

Journal
Measures for Success (1994)

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