Smart camera helps detect sea lice

Deployment of weeHoloCam in North Sea - June 2021

Smart holographic imaging cameras could provide farmers with a new early warning system of sea lice

Researchers in Scotland are exploring using holographic 3D imaging and artificial intelligence to detect microscopic sea lice larvae in the sea.

Currently the most common way of testing for the parasite is to analyse water samples under a microscope – a process which can take several days to yield results.

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