Catch quota project 2011 (38823)

Project Details


The aim of the project is further development and test of Catch Quota Management (CQM) systems in Danish fisheries by the use of electronic monitoring systems. Furthermore, to test whether electronic monitoring – video and sensor recordings – can provide the necessary documentation to support a CQM system. In addition the project will illustrate whether full documentation of catches can support implementation and certification and traceability solutions which requires linkage to project dealing with these issues.

As the Danish Government has worked intensively for the implementation of CQM in the new Common Fisheries Policy (to be implemented from 2013 and onwards) the project should also facilitate international cooperation on European level to set up common standards for CQM data collection, data processing, data exchange and base development.

The project is coordinated by DTU Aqua.

Research area: Fisheries Management
Effective start/end date01/01/201130/09/2012

Collaborative partners

  • Technical University of Denmark (lead)
  • Ministry of Environment and Food of Denmark (Project partner)
  • Archipelago Marine Research Ltd. (Project partner)
  • Gemba Seafood Consulting (Project partner)


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