Facial recognition technology for next-generation fish-count surveys

In the latest generation of the CAM-Trawl system developed by the Fish Management Acquisition (FMA) program, ADL worked with NMFS Alaska Fisheries Science Center making key improvements to the computer portion of the CAM-Trawl system, including higher compute performance, standards-based vision software, more rugged enclosure and user-friendly LED indicators.

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