AquaManager software for production management of the fish farm is the only Greek software that completely addresses the needs and demands of the modern fish farm.
Its presence in the market for over twenty years has made maximum contribution in production cost control and reduction. It is updated and improved annually to follow new technological advancements in information technology and new developments in aquaculture.
Reduction of losses
These are achieved initially by recording daily mortalities and losses followed by data analysis. These, in turn, determine the implementation of active solutions to the observed problems (e.g. implementation of a vaccination program for the reduction of mortalities, use of bird netting for the reduction of losses due to preying birds).
Better feed conversion ratio (FCR)
Reduction in the consumed feed volume and consequently reduction of feed costs
These are achieved by the entry and correct use of SFR (Scheduled Feeding Regimen), SGR (Standard Growth Rate) and FRC tables. As a result, we accomplish better rations, controlled feed consumption and better programming of feed purchasing.
Increased growth rate
By implementing these strategies (vaccination programs, use of SFR tables and proper ration design) we achieve better growth rates.
Prediction of marketable average weight and harvest programming.
Prediction of the volume of feed to be consumed, vaccine, chemical, and antifouling needs, thus facilitating the advance order of these at the beginning of each production year and consequently achieving better prices.
Using the production programming it is easier for the production facility to know, at any time, the available finished product, and the volumes of products that are going to be consumed therefore achieving better management of the operation unit.
Production Units that use AquaManager have reported the following:
Recorded significant differences in mortalities and losses of farmed fish in consecutive years that ranged between 5% and 30-40%.
They also reported higher feed conversion rates and growth rates; indicatively achieved FRCs for giltheaded sea bream were from 1.8 – 1.9 to 1.9 – 1.45, and for sea bass from 1.8 -1.7 to 1.6 – 1.35.
These operations achieved better prices, from their suppliers, in the products they were using since they knew in advance their specific needs.