Nelson tech company SnapIT buys Canadian fisheries monitoring company Teem Fish
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September 19, 2021

Nelson tech company SnapIT buys Canadian fisheries monitoring company Teem Fish

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Nelson camera and artificial intelligence company SnapIT has bought Canadian fisheries monitoring business Teem Fish, in the hope it will bag a big tender for the roll-out of cameras on the New Zealand inshore fishing fleet. Inshore vessels fish close to shore, where fishing poses a significant risk to protected species, according to the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI). SnapIT chief executive Chris Rodley said the project would be the largest camera roll out globally on a fishing fleet and would be keenly watched by the industry.

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