eFishery poised to benefit from Indonesia's growing aquaculture sector

Indonesia's growing aquaculture industry offers a long runway of opportunity for eFishery © eFishery

eFishery’s IoT automatic feeding system is delivering efficiencies and boosting output for small fish farmers, driving strong growth for the aquaculture startup.  

Indonesian aquaculture startup eFishery has developed cloud-based automated feeding technology that reduces waste for fish farmers and improves quality and output of fish stock. Launched in 2013, eFishery's products are today being used in 23 provinces and 130 cities across Indonesia, which boasts a growing aquaculture sector that is the world's third largest in terms of output behind China and India. eFishery's service offer has been designed to help Indonesia's fish and shrimp farmers maximize every aspect of their business; it includes hardware, software, AI data analysis and an online...
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