The seafood industry is expanding
But global seafood supply chains are fragmented, opaque and in desperate need of transparency.
Per capita seafood consumption has risen 90% over the past 50 years.
54% of global seafood exports originate in developing nations.
More than 700 kilograms of seafood are stolen every second as of 2014.
Up to 50% of fish are discarded or wasted in the supply chain post harvest.
89% of global fish stocks are currently overfished or fully exploited.
Lack of Standards
Less than 40% of developing nations are collecting adequate catch data.
Better solutions require better data.
So at EcoHub we are working with some of the world’s most trusted brands and organizations to connect farmers and fishers and capture data along fragmented supply chains.
Our suite of services
We are using mobile technology to provide fishers and farmers the data they need to improve their livelihoods, and in the process we are connecting each link of otherwise fragmented supply chains.
A set of mobile applications for fishing and aquaculture that educates fishers and connects them to market prices.
A mobile application for educating farmers about sustainable practices and connecting them to sustainable supply chains..
An advanced dashboard for monitoring and controlling IoT sensors, along with visualizing and aggregating data.