Fish Tracking Conference:
Presented by RS Aqua, Powered by Innovasea

We’re hosting our first RS Aqua Fish Tracking Conference, and we’re very excited about it!

As Innovasea equipment providers, there’s opportunity to connect fish tracking users, build a community and strengthen the network of tags and receivers to better understand fish behaviours around the UK and Ireland’s waters.

Get your tickets here!

Who is this event for? Anyone looking to:

  • Strengthen their fish tracking network around the UK and Ireland;
  • Understand other ongoing local research;
  • Learn more about telemetry equipment and new technologies.

About the event:

  • This is a three-day in-person event (21st – 23rd of November) in Port Solent
  • Mix of talks from RS Aqua and Innovasea
  • Key research speakers from around the UK and Ireland
  • Interactive robotic and system demonstrations and workshops

Taking place over three days, the main conference will take place on Wednesday 22nd of November at the Port House, Port Solent.

Tuesday the 21st of November and Thursday the 23rd of November, we invite attendees to spend time networking, learning about new equipment through interactive workshops and understanding Innovasea fish tracking software.

Confirmed speakers:

  • Rob Main & Matt Newton, Marine Scotland
    • Acoustic receiver deployments and research drivers for the Scottish Government: Marine Directorate
  • Diego del Villar, Loughs Agency
    • Loughs Agency and their projects: an overview.
  • Dave Clarke, Swansea University
    • Twaite shad and Hinkley Point C
  • Tom Stamp & Alice Hall, Plymouth University
    • The FISH INTEL & FISP network: Channel Wide Acoustic Telemetry to inform fisheries management.
  • Jamie Dodd, Hull International Fisheries Institute
    • The FISH INTEL & FISP network: Channel Wide Acoustic Telemetry to inform fisheries management.
  • Mike Williamson, Institute of Zoology
    • HR2 technology and 3D tracking of European eel in a landlocked drinking water reservoir.


We’re proud to be hosting our first acoustic fish tracking conference here at RS Aqua in November, aiming to promote collaboration and support telemetry projects of all sizes within the UK and Irish community.”

We’re excited to showcase new, innovative technologies, and we’ll be holding interactive workshops around existing technology to answer questions from both new and existing users. We can’t wait to welcome everyone and to get started!” – Phoebe Chadwick, Ocean Scientist, Fisheries and Acoustics at RS Aqua.

 Register for your free tickets here.

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