Vaki-Aquaculture systems Ltd.
Tel. + 354 595 3000
Fax + 354 595 3001
Fish counting and fish counters
The roots of VAKI Ltd go back to the year 1986. The company is a leader
in the development, manufacture and marketing of hi-tech equipment for fishing,
fish farming and the environmental market. Continuous product development in
collaboration with customers and other partners is one of the company’s main
priorities. An efficient network of agents
and service companies in over 20 countries provides customers all over the world
with first-class service, and VAKI’s affiliates in Norway and Chile participate
actively in product development through collaboration with key enterprises in
those countries, in addition to servicing equipment.
Over 80% of the company’s production is exported to more than 40 countries.
Besides Iceland, the largest market areas are: the Nordic countries, the British
Isles, North America, Chile and the Mediterranean.
VAKI has been a leader in the development and production of hi-tech equipment for fish farming ever since 1986, and for more than a decade now its Bioscanner fish counter has been used all over the world for counting live fish in all size categories when they are graded, delivered and sold.
The Bioscanner Micro is used for the counting of small fry and the Bioscanner PLC (Pipeline Counter) is specialised for situations requiring large capacity where larger fish are involved, e.g. when grading or making deliveries.
The Vaki Biomass Counter employs infra-red optics for underwater size measurements, giving the user data on the average weight, the size distribution, growth, condition factor, number and biomass of the fish in pens. A simple but powerful Windows program enables the fish farmer to view the data at a glance and estimate the future growth and size distribution of the fish.
Environmental monitoring - Fish monitoring
The RiverWatcher is a device for monitoring the fish in rivers and lakes. It provides data on the number, size and migratory direction of the fish, and also records the temperature of the water and the date and time of recording. Images of the individual fish are stored in the database, making it possible to test counts and even distinguish fish species if the recording conditions are sufficiently good. The device can be connected to a telephone and modem so that data can be read via a telephone line.
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