Sustainable management of fisheries

Fishing trawler on the water and dramatic clouds at sunrise

CLS supports chosen, sustainable and responsible fisheries management.

Marine resources are too frequently overexploited (overfishing and illegal unregulated, unreported fishing). They are also victims of human activity (pollution). If we add to these threats the effects of global warming, it is clear that the world’s marine resources have never been as threatened as they are now.

CLS is working towards sustainable marine resource management and offers a range of services in over 60 countries

In order to sustainably manage our marine resources and ensure a future for the related economy and food industry, CLS provides solutions to public and private stakeholders working in the fisheries and aquaculture sector.

Our solutions combine expertise, consulting, technical solutions and services with four focuses :

fisheries beacons

SUSTAINABLE STEWARDSHIP

Solutions include a range of satellite location and
data collection beacons, e-logbooks sent by Internet,
software packages and a fully-equipped fisheries
monitoring centre.

Solutions for fishermen

COMBATING ILLEGAL FISHING AND AQUACULTURE

Solutions for detecting illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing based on the analysis of radar and optical imagery together with the use of UAVs, software, analyses, satellite data receiving stations and a fully-equipped centre to combat illegal fishing.

Solutions for administrations

FORECATING OF TUNA DISPERSION(c)CLS INDESO

IMPLEMENTING SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT PLANS FOR FISHERIES

Dynamic model of marine populations such as tuna and swordfish taking into account the ocean’s physical conditions, fishing effort, pollution, global warming, recommendations, analyses, etc.

Indeso project

SUPPORTING TRADITIONAL AND NATIONAL FISHERIES

Standalone equipment for monitoring traditional fishing vessels and assistance system, map identifying favourable fishing zones, weather forecastsn and early warning of typhoons, etc.

Solutions for small-scale fisheries

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