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Convocatoria bilateral de Grecia e Israel: desarrollo de un sistema automático integrado basado en técnicas de análisis de imagen y reconocimiento de patrones de forma para identificar con precisión deformidades esqueléticas en peces de piscifactoría

Resumen

Tipo:
Búsqueda de socios
Referencia:
RDGR20170307001
Publicado:
13/03/2017
Caducidad:
13/03/2018
Resumen:
Un consorcio griego formado por dos laboratorios y dos empresas está desarrollando una tecnología de análisis de imagen para determinar anomalías esqueléticas en piscifactorías. La presencia de anomalías esqueléticas es un problema constante que afecta a la acuicultura en todo el mundo y conlleva problemas económicos y relacionados con el bienestar de los peces. Las deformidades tienen que eliminarse de forma manual en el proceso de producción y los productos elaborados con este pescado (filetes de pescado y harina de pescado) a menudo tienen una peor calidad, con la pérdida de beneficios que implica. El consorcio busca una pyme de Israel para continuar con el desarrollo de esta nueva tecnología en el marco de un acuerdo de cooperación bilateral de Grecia e Israel. La fecha límite de la convocatoria es el 25 de abril de 2017 y el plazo para presentar expresiones de interés finaliza el 10 de abril.


Details

Tittle:
Bilateral Call Greece-Israel: Development of an integrated automated system for precision identification of skeletal deformities in farmed fish based on vision analysis and shape pattern recognition techniques
Summary:
A Greek consortium composed of two research laboratories and two companies is aiming at developing an image analysis technology for determining fish skeletal abnormalities in aquaculture.They are currently looking for an SME from Israel to further develop this novel technology in the framework of a bilateral call Greece-Israel with deadline 25/04/2017.
Description:

The existing threshold between commercially severe and non-severe deformities is empirically and subjectively defined by the hatcheries, due to the lack of a precise scale of quality that can allow skeletal development to be associated with the external morphology of the fish at the end of the hatchery and on-growing phases.
A Greek consortium consisting of two research laboratories of a Greek University -Y- 2 SMEs (one of them is a sea bass/sea bream Greek fish farming company) intend to submit a proposal to the Bilateral Call Greece-Israel with deadline 25/04/2017. The purpose of the project is to develop an integrated automated system for valid mass removal of farmed fishes with skeletal deformities based on vision analysis and shape pattern recognition techniques. They are looking for an SME from Israel with relevant expertise interested in collaborating for the further development of the novel image-based technology.

Submission deadline: 25/04/2017
Deadline for EoIs: 10/04/2017

Advantages and Innovations:
The presence of skeletal anomalies in farmed fishes is a constant world-wide problem in aquaculture and it entails economic and animal welfare issues. Skeletal deformed fishes have to be removed manually and repeatedly from production and products from these fish are often down-graded to filets or fish meal (with loss of profit). Nowadays, abnormal fish are removed from the stocks well before they reach the final consumer (at 0.2 to ca 2 g of mean individual weight). With the exception of the fish without an inflated swim bladder, which are easily selected by the salinity floating test, no method exists for the reliable mass removal of specimens exhibiting the remaining deformities. As a result, the latter are selected manually, with a significant increase in the personnel cost and delays of the production cycle.
Stage of Development:
Proposal under development

Partner sought

Partner Sought:
They are looking to include in the consortium an SME from Israel interested to collaborate for the development of image analysis for fish in aquaculture.
Type of Partnership Considered:
RDR

Client

Type and Size of Client:
University
Already Engaged in Trans-National Cooperation:
Si
Languages Spoken:
English
Greek

Dissemination

Restrict dissemination to specific countries:
Israel

Programme-call

Anticipated Project Budget:
300000 euros
Coordinator Required:
No
Deadline for Call:
25/04/2017
Project Duration:
156