SAFER Pilots
A testbed for innovation in the seafood industry

Here you will find detailed information about the innovation services developed and tested by the SAFER partners in each of the participating Atlantic regions.

Digital app for oyster harvesting inspection
Derry & Strabane - Derry City & Strabane District Council
This service consists in a digital app to assist inspectors to manage the levels of oyster harvesting. It is an innovative service that simplifies the inspection process allowing the access to more accurate information, better traceability and improved reporting. This service is developed by Derry City & Strabane District Council and piloted in coordination with the Loughs Agency in Derry & Strabane (UK).
Manufacturing production control system (France)
Brittany - Pole Mer Bretagne Atlantique
MES (Manufacturing Execution System) IT solution, for fish, shellfish, algae, processing Industries. An integrated system of software and hardware, designed for the control of production, quality, food safety, traceability, stock, picking and distribution. The system is planned to be piloted in a French company that works with shellfish and demonstrates a complete industrial workflow of an oyster box of 1,4 Kg.
Manufacturing production control system (Ireland)
Donegal - Udaras na Gaeltachta
MES (Manufacturing Execution System) IT solution, for fish, shellfish, algae, processing Industries. An integrated system of software and hardware, designed for the control of production, quality, food safety, traceability, stock, picking and distribution.
The system is piloted in Irish Fish Canners facilities in Donegal  which is the largest and only fish canning facility in Ireland, located along the "Wild Atlantic Way".

Manufacturing production control system (Portugal)
Norte - Foodintech Lda
MES (Manufacturing Execution System) IT solution, for fish, shellfish, algae, processing Industries. An integrated system of software and hardware, designed for the control of production, quality, food safety, traceability, stock, picking and distribution.
The system is planned to be piloted NorteSea, a seafood company in the Norte region in Portugal.
Oyster farm environmental condition monitoring
Derry & Strabane - Derry City & Strabane District Council
An IoT (Internet of Things) system applied to the oyster farms from the Loughs Agency in Derry to help monitor the environmental conditions while the oysters are growing.
The system uses wireless technology to sense conditions such as water oxygen levels, chlorophyll, and temperature and send the data back to a remote database which can be accessed from anywhere by staff.