Press releases

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Dock to Dish 2.0 Brings Blockchain Principles to Small-Scale Fisheries with Leading Tech Firms, Illuminates Entire Supply Chain for Wild Seafood

August 30, 2017 – MONTAUK, N.Y. – Today, the Dock to Dish network of restaurant-supported fishery programs, in partnership with Pelagic Data Systems, Local Catch and FishTrax Marketplace, is launching a futuristic system designed to combat seafood fraud and lead an often opaque industry towards a new frontier of verifiable source transparency. The revolutionary track and trace hybrid technology, dubbed Dock to Dish 2.0, is the first public-facing system to ever integrate cutting edge vessel and vehicle tracking with an advanced geospatial electronic fishery database and information platform.

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Pelagic Data Systems Represents Mission of Sustainable Oceans
 at First-Ever Unreasonable Goals Program

August 11, 2017 – Pelagic Data Systems (PDS) brought its innovative vessel tracking technology to last month’s Unreasonable Goals accelerator program, where entrepreneurs and advocates from around the world met to address some of the world’s most pressing development problems.

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Albion Farms & Fisheries Pioneers State-of-the-Art Track and Trace System for Wild-Caught Salmon

August 8, 2017 – Vancouver, BC – Imagine a salmon fleet in the offshore waters of the Pacific Ocean near the remote archipelago of Haida Gwaii, known as Canada’s Galapagos, catching fish that will change hands several times before landing on your dinner plate. What if you knew the story of that fish—the date, location, species, catch method and even the vessel’s skipper? Would you feel more at ease knowing it was handled with care and caught sustainably with a hook and line?

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Pelagic Data Systems and Alan Lovewell working together to bring new technology to California community supported fishery

May 22, 2017 – Pelagic Data Systems (PDS) is working with Alan Lovewell to match PDS’s vessel tracking technology with Mr. Lovewell’s community-supported fishery (CSF), Real Good Fish. Using PDS’s vessel tracking system, Real Good Fish will now provide its customers in northern California with a detailed look at where, when and how their fish was caught. 

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