The trasmar project study the impact evaluation of trammel fishing on benthic habitats to find innovate mitigation measures in collaboration with the fishing sector.
We worked in implementing an autonomous camera. This high-tech device is capable of capturing high-resolution time-lapse footage or videos, all controlled through a user-friendly web-based interface. With up to 48 hours of battery life, it’s perfect for extended studies.
Notably, this camera was instrumental in identifying interactions between trammel fishing nets and the seafloor – critical for understanding and addressing environmental impact. Designed to withstand depths of up to 100 meters, it’s a robust tool for all your underwater research needs.