The research partners visited the finish seafood producer Hätälä in Oulu, Finland in September 2015. Foto: Wilhelm Solheim/Nofima

NPA Smart-Fish

 Industrial economics  

The goal is to develop smart labels produced with print technology. Using this technology fish can be monitored from the moment they are caught until served at the dinner table.

Time:1. May 2015 – 1. January 2018
Financed by: The Northern Periphery and Arctic Programme 2014-2020
Commissioner:The Northern Periphery and Arctic Programme 2014-2020
In cooperation with:University of Iceland (Island), Oulu University of Applied Sciences (Finland), Ardtoe Marine Research Facility (Skottland) og Hätälä (Finland)
Contact person
Portrettbilde av Morgan Lillegård
Morgan Lillegård

Chief Information Officer
Phone: +47 416 10 130

Contact person
Portrettbilde av Roy Robertsen
Roy Robertsen

Senior Scientist
Phone: +47 906 80 275

The project objective is to develop a Smart-Label System which perform the following:

  • Monitoring and tracking of sensitive good during transport – from source to consumer.
  • An electronic printed label that will be put on food packages for measuring temperature.
  • The telecommunication system retrieves data from the electronic labels, adds time and GPS positioning data and sends it to the online server.
  • The online server stores data from the telecomunication solution and processess it. The system has an online browser interface for users.

Films about the project