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1. IN201917054354 - INNOVATIVELY SUSTAINABLE FISH FEEDING WITH AN ADVANCED CATCHING SYSTEM

Office
India
Application Number 201917054354
Application Date 28.12.2019
Publication Number 201917054354
Publication Date 06.03.2020
Publication Kind A
IPC
A01K 61/60
AHUMAN NECESSITIES
01AGRICULTURE; FORESTRY; ANIMAL HUSBANDRY; HUNTING; TRAPPING; FISHING
KANIMAL HUSBANDRY; AVICULTURE; APICULTURE; PISCICULTURE; FISHING; REARING OR BREEDING ANIMALS, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR; NEW BREEDS OF ANIMALS
61Culture of aquatic animals
60Floating cultivation devices, e.g. rafts or floating fish-farms
Applicants TESLA, Tomislav
Inventors TESLA, Tomislav
Priority Data 20170856 28.08.2017 RS
Title
(EN) INNOVATIVELY SUSTAINABLE FISH FEEDING WITH AN ADVANCED CATCHING SYSTEM
Abstract
(EN)
Innovation develops the concept, how to use the available natural resources for cultivation and selective fish (7) catching, in technically feasible and technologically acceptable way. For example, bays (5) can be used using an innovative barrier, which would provide a natural place for fish breeding (7). In such formed natural habitat (2), which could be additionally positioned along the shores of the lake or river, innovative feeders would be installed (6). Innovative feeders (6) would allow for constant feeding of fish (7). Where the fish (7) would be grown in the open waters, while self-serving in the feeders, at a time when it fits them the most. Innovative technology for selective fish capturing has been developed (7). In such a way that the fish (7) calibrates itself in size when catching with a platform, basket, cage, cylinder-shaped rotating catcher, and other forms of application of innovative technology. Thus, ecology is not disturbed, no excessive material resources are spent, otherwise now required for the sailing of excessive and unprofitable fishing vessels (4). Instead of the current fish catching nets (7), feeding traps (6) would catch the big fish (7), while the tiny fish (7) would pass through passages in the perforated canvas or net, construction. Fish capturing constructions (7) have the possibility of automatic or semi-automatic workflow management. Work processes are connected to shore and ship via the signal.

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