Buoys to be reused for tuna fishing in the Atlantic

Project ReCon Satlink

Shark monitoring and safety onboard among the potential new uses of recovered buoys

Spanish technology company Satlink has launched the first programme for the reuse of smart buoys for tropical tuna fishing in the Atlantic Ocean with NGO Project Biodiversity of Cape Verde. The collaboration between the two entities is part of Project ReCon, the international initiative founded by the Spanish company and the Australian NGO Tangaroa Blue Foundation.

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