In a brand new examine led by World Wildlife Fund Peru (WWF-Peru), Peru’s mahi and jumbo squid fisheries have been used to trace how digital applied sciences can help small-scale fishers’ engagement with international seafood traceability requirements.
The examine was organized in collaboration with the World Dialogue on Seafood Traceability (GDST) Secretariat, WWF-US and the Institute of Meals Technologists (IFT), and traceability know-how firms Hint Register and Plenumsoft Marina. The examine tracked the flexibility to advance a extensively used cell digital catch documentation and traceability (eCDT) system that allowed the Peruvian fisheries turn into part of an interoperable and globally scalable mannequin in alignment with the GDST Requirements.
TrazApp is an utility developed by WWF-Peru to be used within the Peru mahi and jumbo squid fisheries, permitting fishers entry to systematized info in real-time for higher management over their catches and business buying and selling of their merchandise. TrazApp can even assist fishers to satisfy authorities necessities to make it simpler to formalize fishing cooperatives, WWF-Peru stated.
Plenumsoft Marina, a know-how firm based mostly in Mexico, labored with WWF-Peru and the GDST Secretariat to align knowledge throughout the TrazApp system with GDST 1.0 so its info may very well be