EAI IIES Summit and Exhibition
Riva del Garda, Trento Italy 4-6 October, 2012
Food Safety & Autenticity 2012
Brussels, Belgium 18-20 September, 2012
Rome, Italy, 23-27 July 2012
IEEE Symposium and URSI Meeting
Chicago, IL, USA 8-14 July, 2012
QUID Innovation Italy
Milan, Italy 27-28 June, 2012
INSME - INNOBIZ - WTA Hi-tech fair
Daejeon, South Korea 21-25 May 2012
CIBUS 2012
Parma, Italy 7-10 May 2012
SMAU business 2012
Padova, Italy 18-19 April 2012
IEEE International Conference on RFID
Orlando, FL, USA 3-5 April 2012
Anuga FoodTec - F2F at Speakers' Corner
Cologne, Germany 28 March 2012




Traceability of a fish farm activity provide the consumers the quality and safety of their fish. From hatchery to farm fish are carried in labeled tanks and it is necessary to report origin (e.g. scientific and commercial name, production method, production area, quantity, hatchery supplier) and transportation details (e.g. temperature and water conditions).

Also feeding data (e.g. fish feed type and ingredients, weight, supplier, production date) has to be monitored to provide quality, using bar code and labeling bags.

At the slaughterhouse fish is prepared to the processing (RFID tag should encode commercial and scientific name, production method, production area, quantity, slaughter date, quality grade, and size of fish).

During the transport quality can be assured by monitoring temperature (and other data like count of trade item in a box, transport company, gross weight).

A F2F fish pilot in Spain: Culmarex

Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena (UPCT)

A F2F fish pilot in Slovenia: Fonda

Univerza v Ljubljani (UL)

A F2F shellfish pilot in Italy: Consorzio Scardovari

Treviso Tecnologia (TVT)

Presentation of F2F traceability system at Fish market

Izola, Slovenia 22 October, 2011