S&M2927 Technical Paper of Special Issue
Published: May 17, 2022
Net Cage with “Nervous System” for Offshore Aquaculture [PDF]
Chiung-Hsing Chen, Yi-Chen Wu, Hsiang Li, and Jwu-Jenq Chen
(Received November 24, 2021; Accepted April 25, 2022)
Keywords: cage fish farm, type of nervous system, poaching and vandalism, automatic sensing
We propose the embedding of extra-fine metal multistranded wires in traditional fishing nets as the “nervous system” of a transmission network. When the newly developed net cage detects poaching or vandalism, it can automatically issue a warning signal in the same way that a human knows where pain is occurring and remedies it promptly. With this newly designed net cage, fish loss can be greatly reduced.Corresponding author: Yi-Chen Wu
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Chiung-Hsing Chen, Yi-Chen Wu, Hsiang Li, and Jwu-Jenq Chen, Net Cage with “Nervous System” for Offshore Aquaculture, Sens. Mater., Vol. 34, No. 5, 2022, p. 1771-1777.