Ever since the late ’80 of the previous century, CageEye team members have been using hydroacoustic technology to study salmon behavior for scientific research purposes.
CageEye was established in 2013, to commercialize the study and use the potential of hydroacoustics to understand the appetite of the fish and make data-driven feeding decisions.
CageEye grew fast, in terms of development, customer base, solutions and number of team members and developed into a scalable and data-driven platform.
The company acquired industry partner NorseAqua in 2019, to further strengthen position in the Norwegian salmon market. The two companies together formed Bluegrove. In 2020, SEALAB was added to Bluegrove.
Bluegrove now serves farmers globally with a platform of complementary solutions that drive the shift towards more efficient and sustainable production across the aquaculture industry.