Mark Your Calendar: Optiras Project Results Event on April 19th

April 12, 2024

The OPTIRAS project (PT-INNOVATION-0076) is making waves in the aquaculture industry with its mission to optimize water quality control in Aquaculture Recirculation Systems (RAS). By focusing on the terrestrial cultivation of Atlantic sole and salmon, OPTIRAS aims to revolutionize productivity, animal health, production conditions, environmental benefits, and sustainability within the industry.

Key to the project’s success is the development and testing of new technologies for water treatment and quality monitoring. Among these innovations are ozonation, advanced oxidation processes, and superoxygenation, designed to enhance water quality and create optimal conditions for fish growth and well-being.

Additionally, OPTIRAS introduces state-of-the-art sensors for in situ monitoring of critical parameters such as hydrogen sulfide (H2S), nitrite (NO2), and nitrate (NO3). These sensors provide real-time data, allowing for proactive management of water quality and immediate response to any deviations.

To share their findings and engage with stakeholders, the OPTIRAS team invites industry professionals, researchers, and interested parties to join them on April 19th for a discussion on the project’s results. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about the latest advancements in aquaculture technology and contribute to shaping the future of sustainable fish farming.

Don’t miss your chance to be part of the conversation – mark your calendars for April 19th and join OPTIRAS in redefining the future of aquaculture.

Project funded by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA Grants.