Do you want to have access to all IMPAQT results?
Find out all about IMPAQT´s outcomes to develop and validate a multi-purpose, multi-sensing and multi-functional management platform, promoting and demonstrating the sustainability of IMTA systems.
You are invited to learn with us about the concept of IMTA, its benefits, and challenges, as well as the practises and technological tools to successfully manage and monitor an IMTA farm.
Along 3 modules, you will dive into the fundamental knowledge about IMTA and Precision Aquaculture and key aspects of the sustainability, and socio-economic impact of IMTA, all designed on an user-friendly platform.
Enrol in the IMPAQT MOOC and have an exciting journey to the future of Aquaculture.
Four years of hard teamwork are summarized in our latest release: the IMPAQT Handbook.
To facilitate agile and engaging learning beyond the project about the most relevant actions and results, we have created this easy-to-skim handbook, documenting this journey. The IMPAQT Handbook is guiding you through the project lifespan, providing quick access to expand information and to contact partners for future collaborations.
Let’s keep working to achieve a more sustainable and efficient aquaculture sector!
Public Reports and Deliverables
Deliverables are a common tool to measure the outcome of a project and to verify the envisaged milestones. IMPAQT aims at creating and sharing knowledge, and deliverables can help to increase the visibility and the impact of our project by disseminating our work. Most of our scientific deliverables are therefore public and available as soon as they have been approved by the EC. Stay tuned for our regular updates!
1.1. Pilots description and reference case studies for IMTA
1.2. Analysis of Use Cases and Requirements
1.3. IMTA system design specifications
1.4. Final IMTA system design specifications
2.1. Report on compatible off-the-shelf sensors and specifications for novel sensors
2.2. IADAS and DAS Architectural design
2.3. First version of Autonomous Data Acquisition and Communication Systems
2.4. Final version of Autonomous Data Acquisition and Communication Systems
3.1. Specification on individual components of IMS and on their integration
3.2. First version of IMTA Model focused on North Sea
3.3. First version of Integrated Management System
3.4. Updated version of North Sea IMTA model and first scenario studies
3.5. Final implementation of individual components of IMS
3.6. Model application to second pilot site
3.7. IMTA-modelling blue-print
3.8. Final version of Integrated Management System
4.3. Pilot demonstrators and validation results
5.1. Environmental impacts and circular economy business models
5.2. Socioeconomic impacts and cost effectiveness of pilots
6.3. Draft Plan for the exploitation and dissemination
6.4. Final Plan for the exploitation and dissemination
These factsheets are a simple overview of important information about our pilot sites. They are an easy-to-skim, compact, and concise summary of our of main outcomes. Take a look and let us know if you need more information!
1.Ireland IMTA Site: Lehanagh Pool Marine Research Site
2.Ireland IMTA Site: Keywater Fisheries
3.Turkey IMTA Site: Innovation today
4.The Netherlands IMTA Site: North Sea Farm
5.Scotland IMTA Site: SAMS pilot Port A’ Bhuiltin
6.Tyndall: IMPAQT acoustic telemetry platform
7.Leitat: IADAS: Integrated Autonomous Data Acquisition System
9.Argans: IMPAQT Crowdsourcing as a sensor
10.UNITOV: Engineered platforms
11.EGM: DAS: Data Agreggator System
12.UNPARALLEL: EMS: Energy Management System
14.ARGANS: The use of mobile application within the IMPAQT system
15.IOPAN: IMPAQT use of MR & HR Satellite imagery
Policy Hub and Stakeholder engagement
1.IMPAQT Policy and Regulation Page
2.Highlighted EU Projects and initiatives
3.Policy brief: EU Potential for IMTA Development
4.Policy brief: EU Standardisation for Seaweed