Fisheries Compliance

OceanMind has proudly powered fisheries enforcement and compliance since 2014

Using satellites, sensors, and artificial intelligence we bring together and analyse all of the data needed to understand fishing activity on the ocean. By comparing this activity to the complex web of fisheries rules and regulations, our algorithms highlight suspected non-compliance.

Our team of expert fisheries analysts investigate each suspected non-compliance and deliver actionable intelligence to regulators, enforcement agencies, and seafood industry compliance managers so they can take effective action. To ensure intelligence is actionable, our team trains and builds capacity for fisheries enforcement worldwide.

We support all areas of fisheries enforcement, including governmental and intergovernmental authorities, as well as buyers and compliance managers in the seafood supply chain. Select from one of the areas below to learn more.

Monitoring, Control and Surveillance

OceanMind supports MCS at all levels, including via technology, training, capacity building and Fisheries Intelligence as a Service. We assist any authority to increase capacity and capability for more effective enforcement.

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Marine Protected Areas

OceanMind supports the enforcement of millions of square kilometres of protected ocean around the world. Our streamlined monitoring service is the most efficient and effective enforcement mechanism for MPAs of all sizes and locations.

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Port State Measures

Port State Measures

OceanMind’s proven port state measures implementation programme makes it easy for signatories to the PSMA treaty to fulfil their obligations through streamlined policy, training and implementation support, and technology application.

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Traceability and Supply Chain

Traceability and Supply Chain

OceanMind provides independent third-party validation of traceability claims to the seafood industry. We help reduce risk exposure through due diligence, and we verify that seafood in the supply chain was caught legally and using the method claimed.

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