Exail has signed a supply agreement with Norwegian company Waive to supply sonars for biomass control. This agreement includes immediate provision of two SeapiX sonar systems.
‘We are delighted to contribute to Waive’s success with our SeapiX sonar. Our sonar technology is designed to provide unparalleled capabilities, ensuring precise and comprehensive monitoring of aquaculture facilities. We look forward to a successful partnership that will further elevate standards in fish farming practices and contribute to the sustainable growth of the industry,’ said Thomas Buret, CEO of Exail.
The SeapiX sonar offers high-performance volumetric coverage and resolution, providing end users with the capability to assess the size and number of fish present in fish farms, while detecting any potential threat in the area.
‘We believe that employing cutting-edge technology is crucial in ensuring the sustainability of aquaculture activities,’ said Waive CEO Peter Skauvgold.
‘The integration of Exail’s sonars combined with our advanced software aligns seamlessly with our vision for responsible and environmentally conscious fish farming practices.’
High-resolution SeapiX sonars are in service on more than a hundred fishing vessels around the world.