Short name


AZTI is a scientific and technological centre that develops high-impact transformation projects with organisations aligned with the United Nations 2030 SDGs.

Its purpose is to drive positive change for the future of humankind, contributing to a healthy, sustainable and fair society. AZTI specialises in marine environment and food, providing cutting-edge and value-added products and technologies grounded in sound science and research.

Primary contact person

Jade Maes


partner’s role
in the project

AZTI’s work on big data, artificial intelligence, information fusion, fisheries, selectivity, governance, socio-economics and standards development will be used to: 

Lead: T2.4.2 Rapid DNA-based fish health assessment; T3.5 Catch handling facilities: direct sorting; T4.3 Identification of illegal and unreported activities at sea 

Participate: T2.1 Hardware and software requirements, T2.3 Catch reporting technologies, T2.4 Fish health and quality assessment; T3.2 Catch handling facilities Sorting band; T4.1 Requirements specification Data management framework and system architectures, T4.4 Implementation of authorities reporting systems; T5.1 Multi-Actor Co-creation Labs (MALs) , T5.2 Capacity building and training, T5.3 Policy and legislative framework reform for closing IUU loopholes