[Kei Terayama] Development of technology for bluefin tuna in fish farm with camera and imaging sonar

Researcher

Kei Terayama

Kei Terayama

The University of Tokyo
Graduate School of Frontier Sciences
Post-Doc Researcher

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Outline

Supply of tuna, especially pacific bluefin tuna, is now considered to be reaching the point of depletion as they has been overfished in recent years. To supply pacific bluefin tuna stably, improvement of fully closed life-cycle aquaculture is essential. In this project, we will record movies of tuna fry (young tuna) with both imaging sonars and cameras in a fish farm, and develop a behavior monitoring system for them based on computer vision and machine learning techniques. The goal of this project is to reveal the death of fry that is the bottleneck in tuna farming and to improve survival rate of tuna.

Program

  • CREST
  • PRESTO
  • ACT-I
  • ERATO
  • ACT-C
  • ACCEL
  • ALCA
  • RISTEX
Finish programs
  • Pamphlet
  • ProjectDB
  • GlobalActivity
  • Diversity-EN
  • OS_Policy-EN
  • Question-E