Sinkaberg Hansen is a major Norwegian seafood business, operating a network of two dozen fish farms throughout the country. The company requires timely, accurate data about the status of its millions of fish, even from remote, thinly staffed farms, and has begun to experiment with a combination of 5G wireless communication and edge cloud computing.
Telenor ASA, a Norwegian multinational telecommunications company, worked with technology partners including Nokia, Intel and Norwegian aquatech company Bluegrove, to develop a solution for a Sinkaberg Hansen fish farm located on the island of Gjerdinga. Using Telenor’s 5G network and other communication solutions, Nokia edge cloud infrastructure powered by Intel, and HD video cameras and video analytics software from Bluegrove, Sinkaberg Hansen is working to stream video of the fish feeding and determine whether they’re healthy.
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