Beneficiaries

The project includes the following beneficiaries:

Teknologisk Institutt as

TI is an RTD organization working in the areas of applied research, testing, consultancy, manufacturing and productivity development and training for SMEs and large enterprises.

TI

TI is not an IPR holding or exploiting business, and is a not-for-profit self-owned private foundation. It has technological expertise in the areas of electronics and automation and their facilities include a well-equipped electronics lab and personnel experienced with control and communication electronics, and machine vision development.

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Q- Technologies Ltd.

Q-Technologies is a limited company that develops and supplies innovative mass spectrometry (MS) technology and systems to several European companies and research institutes.

Q-Tech

Q-Technologies is at the leading edge of micro and miniature MS technology and designs, develops and supplies niche products in this area including MS mass filters, ion traps, electronic control units, MS inlets, ion sources and associated vacuum housings and equipment. There are applications for these products and technology across a wide range of existing and emerging areas in a variety of industries. Q-Technologies has collaborators and customers in European Universities in France and the Netherlands, and is active in the Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) detection area including not only the oil and gas sectors, but also in the veterinary and medical field. Our technology is exclusive and enables us to be a key provider of unique MS solutions in these areas.

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Faaltech Technologies Ltd.

Faaltech’s main commercial aims are in the area of real time sensor and sensor platform development plus associated information communication technology software/applications.

Faaltech

The company is presently in an advance stage of developing and commercializing niche water monitoring sensors and platforms to allow real-time water analysis by private industry and regulatory bodies to better control and improve water quality for their own specific needs. Faaltech’s markets for its niche sensors and platforms are:Municipal Water Supply & Sanitation, Environmental Regulators, Food & Beverage Processing, Pharmaceutical, Agriculture & Horticulture, Aquaculture, Aquariums, Paper and Mining. The companies core target markets for its portfolio of sensors are RAS aquaculture, freshwater and marine aquaculture and aquarium sectors. Faaltech has built up substantial sector relationships in Ireland, UK, Spain, Portugal, Malta, Germany, China and Australia.

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BAMO IER GmbH

BAMO IER was founded in 1968 as Industrieelektrik Regelgeräte Henkel+Nickisch KG.

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In 2006, the company was taken over by BAMO Mesures SAS and reorganised as BAMO IER GmbH.

Originally, business was focused primarily on the production of float actuated switches and colour monitoring for the automotive industry. A second product range including devices for turbidity measurement in liquids was added in 1980. Today’s products include devices for the measurement of liquids with regard to fill-level, turbidity, conductivity, flow rate, temperature and pressure. These products are sold to the water and wastewater treatment and industrial sectors, including aquaculture with main markets in Germany, France and Spain.
An intensive dialogue with our customers is the basis for the application-specific functionality and the unmistakable design of all of our products. High levels of vocational education, continuous on-going instruction, extremely minimal employee turnover and documented initial training of our employees assure uninterrupted product quality, all within the scope of ISO 9001.

Adherence to the specified test directives assures error-free production of all assemblies and device components during production and after final assembly. All products are subjected to strict, single-unit inspection. Additional testing prior to shipment provides their customers with the certainty of always using a top quality product.

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Anglesey Aquaculture Ltd.

AAL is 100% owned by Tethys Ocean BV (TO), a Dutch-based investment fund with participations in Europe’s three leading companies in the production of sea bass and sea bream.

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The whole Mediterranean fish farming value chain is covered by TO's international portfolio, from hatchery fry production to on-growing on land and at sea, processing, marketing & sales and R&D. AAL is the largest and most advanced high rate (up to 99%) marine recirculation farm on the planet. The company appreciates that there remain opportunities for technology improvement in various specific areas to reduce production costs, namely in relation to optimising removal of fine particles and dissolved organics as well as in relation to sterilising sea water with ozone.

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Telemarkrøye AS

Telemarkrøye is a newly started Norwegian fresh water fish producer selling quality char. The company is fully integrated with brood stock, juveniles, ongrowing facilities and packing station. Telemarkrøye is located in Telemark in southern Norway and produce char in land based systems and in lakes. The company holds one smolt license, which is a semi RAS farm, where the AquaMMS will be tested. The char farming activity in Telemark currently has the only grow out license for char in Norwegian fresh water lakes that have been awarded the past 20 years. Telemarkrøye plans to expanding their activities and to cooperate with other inland producers in Scandinavia and England.

 

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University of Liverpool

Founded in 1881, the University of Liverpool has an impressive history of pioneering education and research, with an emphasis on 'education for the professions'.

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UoL is a member of the Russell Group of leading research- institutions in the UK. It attracts collaborative and contract research from a wide range of national and international organisations valued at more than 140 million Euro annually. UoL brings together industry, policy-makers and the researchers to develop the knowledge, expertise and techniques to address food security and sustainability issues: increased competition for land and water, declining fish stocks, climatic and economic change. UoL is globally recognised for its research in health and life sciences, environment and science and engineering and for the provision of outstanding teaching in a culture of research excellence, which keeps staff at the cutting edge of knowledge and ensures student talent is nurtured and celebrated. Over 100 nationalities are represented among our 15,000 full-time students.

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Cork Institute of Technology

The Centre for Advanced Photonics and Process Analysis (CAPPA, www.cappa.ie and www.physics.cit.ie/photonics) is a group of some 20 researchers from both Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) and University College Cork (UCC).

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Together, they form a Joint Research Unit. The JRU is governed by a Memorandum of Understanding, which establishes the CIT@Tyndall collaboration and allows some members of CAPPA to be located in the Tyndall National Institute (www.tyndall.ie). Tyndall is Ireland’s foremost ICT hardware research centre with more than 300 researchers working in photonics, electronics and nanotechnologies. CAPPA includes both fundamental research on the physics of semiconductor devices and industry-led research supporting regional and national companies.

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