Fish measurements in Biomass Daily
At three minutes to nine in the evening of 17th July 2011, the one hundred millionth fish measurement was registered in the Biomass Daily database. The fish was part of a population named ‘905’ at Rifós, which is a farm specialising in trout and salmon, located in Northeast Iceland.
This major milestone marks the continued success of the Biomass daily project, with the system now handling data for nearly a hundred farms and receiving over 250.000 new measurements every day.
Biomass Daily gives fish farmers’ effortless knowledge, with up-to-the-minute growth trends for every population delivered by email every night and weight distribution reports just a mouse click away. Tasks that would previously have taken days now take just seconds and deliver immeasurably greater accuracy.