Otter Ferry and aquaManager: a successful partnership in data-driven fish farming
Otter Ferry, the pioneering fish farming company, has been recognized by the Fish Farmer magazine for their innovative research and commercial operations. In a recent feature, the magazine highlighted Otter Ferry’s commitment to data collection and how they use aquaManager, an application developed by our company, to gather and analyse important information about their fish farm.
According to the article, aquaManager is a vital tool that helps Otter Ferry monitor everything from fish mortality rates to the stock levels of rotifers, which are a key indicator of how well the farm is performing. The application uses tablets to collect data from staff, which is then displayed on a dashboard that provides real-time insights into the farm’s operations.
“We’re thrilled to see Otter Ferry using aquaManager to enhance their operations,” said Kostas Seferis, founder of aquaManager. “Their commitment to data-driven decision making is truly inspiring and we’re proud to be a part of their success.”
“Our partnership with aquaManager has been instrumental in helping us improve our analysis and decision-making capabilities to build a more efficient and sustainable business. We look forward to continuing to work together for years to come.”José Vitor Barbosa, Operation Health Manager.
Otter Ferry has been at the forefront of the fish farming industry for years, thanks in large part to their innovative approach to research and commercial operations. With the help of aquaManager, they are able to collect and analyse data more efficiently than ever before, making it easier to optimise their operations and ensure the health and wellbeing of their fish.
Overall, the recognition of Otter Ferry by the Fish Farmer magazine and their use of aquaManager underscores the importance of data collection and analysis in the fish farming industry. With innovative tools like aquaManager, producers can optimise their operations and ensure the health and wellbeing of their fish, leading to greater success and recognition in the industry.