D3.1 Fishery Pilot Definition
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The objective of WP3 Fishery Pilot is to demonstrate how Big Data can boost the fishery sector. The Fishery Pilot focus is on two separate types of fisheries in two countries: Oceanic Tuna fisheries in Spain and small Pelagic fisheries in Norway. The areas encompassed by these pilots have an annual capture production of above 13 million tons. Six separate pilot cases have been defined, addressing key concerns as the cost of fuel and vessel maintenance as well as overfishing and selection of correct species. The pilot cases cover these three separate viewpoints: Immediate operational choices, fishing vessel trip and fisheries planning and fisheries sustainability and value. Task 3.1 Co-innovative preparations deals with the specification of user and stakeholders’ needs through the specification of user stories to specify the most beneficial areas of interest from different points of view. The potential for different solution technologies were reviewed in this process resulting in a set of scenarios for the fishery sector within the three viewpoints mentioned above. The main objective of the task is to come up with the pilot definition encompassing the goals and strategies for fulfilling the requirements specified from the analysis of these scenarios and setting the direction for the implementation and piloting. The results are the pilot cases definitions including standardized pilot case specifications and motivation, strategy and evaluation plans. According to the Description of the Action, the organizations participating in this task, and their respective planned work effort in person-months are: TRAGSA (1)/TRAGSATEC (3), VTT (2), SINTEF Fisheries (4), ECHEBF (1). The deliverable D3.1 Fishery Pilot Definition specifies the pilot case definitions, requirement specifications, as well as implementation and evaluation plans.