Species of large corals, the Great Barrier Reef, the Darwin waters are invaded, overweight and threatened by climate change.
For a better control and control of fishing populations in freshwater and crocodile infections in the Darwin Valley, the Northern Territorial Government automated the process of artificial intelligence platforms artificially fed by truck trucks.
Scientists from the Department of Primary and Industrial Resources (DPIR) developed GITHub and Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services to develop an AI open source source code that would allow ten hours to identify fish species that swam from the camera machine. platform
The first iteration of a system was started up and started up, and in the next six months of development and deployment, its identification capabilities were gradually improved with AI's now identifying fish, which is 95-99 percent.
The fishing identification rate has also been a chance for AI to analyze minute video hours. The DPIR scientists release the most valuable valuable ecosystem management work.
According to dr. Shane Penny, a scientist at the DPIR, the system is a system responsible for overstating the species, gold bitter and black herb, and better adapt to conservation measures.
"These are important for commercial and recreational species in the Northern Territory, but research has shown that they went beyond the larger Darwin area," said Penny.
DPIR's official information officer Rowan Dollar is keen to expand its program early, including tracking of wild fish breeding in sea water systems and supplying camera trucks.
"We had the chance to set up a truck that was caught in the boat and began to identify the boats, we began to measure the catch, to better manage these fisheries in real time," said Dollar.
Other fisheries around the world also upgraded to GitHub to manage stock fishing in different environments.
Only in the Northern Territory, the value generated by the primary industry, including fishing, is one million dollars a year.
NT's maritime resource demand is expected to grow with global trends, where fish consumption has increased by 3.2% annually by a United Nations report in 2018.
Environmental organizations from other states are looking for macroeconomic perspectives to manage ecosystem sensitivity, following the QUT link following the invasive plant species by the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries.