Event: Atlantic Canada’s 1st Seafood Industry Innovation Summit
Location: Fisheries & Marine Institute of Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John’s, NL Canada
The Fisheries and Marine Institute’s Centre for Aquaculture and Seafood Development (CASD) and the Canadian Centre for Fisheries Innovation (CCFI) are pleased to host Atlantic Canada’s first Seafood Industry Innovation Summit (SIIS). The SIIS aims to promote the continuous development of a sustainable, modern, and globally competitive fish and seafood industry in Atlantic Canada. This event will focus on identifying new opportunities for industry modernization through leveraging innovation and adoption of new technologies that support the long-term sustainability of Atlantic Canada’s seafood sector.
At the Centre for Aquaculture and Seafood Development (CASD) we work closely with our industry partners to enhance the global competitiveness and sustainability of our seafood and aquaculture industries in Newfoundland and Labrador, and Atlantic Canada. We enable our industry partners to produce premium sustainable seafood products and novel marine bio-products using innovative green technologies. Our team of experts also train HQPs providing them with the skills to be the driving force of Atlantic Canada’s blue economy.
The Canadian Centre for Fisheries Innovation (CCFI) is dedicated to supporting research and development that enhances the sustainability, safety, and profitability of Canada’s seafood industry.
CCFI has supported hundreds of industry related projects that have solved industry challenges by actively promoting research and development in the aquaculture, harvesting sector, and fish processing sectors. We often utilize both the human resources and facilities assets of Memorial University and its Fisheries and Marine Institute, as well as other academic and research institutions, gear manufacturers, ocean tech organizations, artificial intelligence firms, and other entities advancing innovations in seafood.
CCFI works directly with industry players to secure funding and facilitate access to scientific and technological expertise and facilities, resulting in projects that answer and/or address industry questions and work toward the adoption of new scientific data, technologies, and product developing knowledge.
Automation: Process efficiency, robotics, labour and product quality
Digitization: Artificial intelligence, traceability, inventory and process management
By-Product Valorization: Leveraging side streams to achieve full utilization and value maximization
Plenary Sessions – A forum for industry experts to present new technology and innovations will take place in Hampton Hall at MI and will be open to all SIIS delegates.
Pilot Plant Demonstrations – Hands on demonstrations for processing equipment and automation will be held in CASD’s Seafood Processing Pilot Plant.
Workshops – Session for the “up-and-coming” technology like AI/Robotics will occur in MI’s Conference Centre.
Networking – Social events will be held at the Emera Innovation Centre Signal Campus, and the Alt Hotel Water Street to bring the attendees together to network outside the conference sessions.
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Seafood Industry Innovation Summit – November 14-17, 2023
Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University of Newfoundland
We are now accepting expressions of interest from industry stakeholders to exhibit, host a live equipment demonstration, host a workshop, or deliver a plenary address during our summit on November 14 – 17, 2023. Space is limited and competitive for these exclusive opportunities to showcase your innovations to a targeted audience of key industry stakeholders. Preference will be given to companies demonstrating how their innovations relate to automation, digitization or by-product valorization, and the overall modernization of the seafood industry.
Submission Deadline: September 29, 2023
You will be contacted by the Summit Organizers within 2-weeks of submission regarding the status of your application.
Registration will be limited to 150 delegates to provide unique hands on opportunities for participants to engage directly with industry experts during equipment demonstrations and workshop sessions.
Registration for the Seafood Innovation Summit includes free passes to the North Atlantic Fish and Workboat Show, November 17 & 18 at Mary Brown’s Centre, St. John’s.
|Registration Fees for Delegates||What’s Included|
|Full Registration||$500 + HST||Access to all plenary, demos, workshops, exhibitor booths
and networking events – includes luncheon and opening reception
|Limited Registration||$340 + HST||Access to plenary sessions, exhibitor booths , and networking events
– includes luncheon and opening reception
|Luncheon & Panel Discussion||$74.40 + HST||Luncheon and panel discussion only|
|Opening Reception||$114 + HST||Opening reception only|
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Alt Hotel St. John’s
125 Water Street
St. John’s, NL
Guest Room Block is open for Booking. Attendees can book in any of the three methods below:
Code and direct link available until October 13, 2023.