Mr Daniel Wild1, Andy Steven, John Andrewartha, Patricio Bernal, Francisco Bravo, Rodrigo Bustamante, Scott Condie, Mark Crane, Jeffrey Dambacher, Sven Dowideit, Elizabeth Fulton, Rebecca Gorton, Mike Herzfeld, Jonathan Hodge, Eriko Hoshino, Erin Kenna, Nugzar Margvelashvili, Nick Moody, Diego Ocampo, Roland Pitcher, Shane Richards, Farhan Rizwi, Santosh Aryal, Jenny Skerratt, Amara Steven, Linda Thomas, Sharon Tickell, Ingrid van Putten, Paula Vaquero, Karen Wild-Allen
1CSIRO, Brisbane, Australia
To sustainably manage one of the largest aquaculture industries on the planet, Chile’s industry regulators need to be capable of timely, evidence-based decision making.
The SIMA Austral (Integrated System for Aquaculture Management) project seeks to transform and enhance Chile’s national aquaculture sector through the implementation of an integrated environmental and sanitary management system, supporting both long-term strategic planning, and rapid, at-a-glance situational awareness.
In this talk, we will give an overview of the SIMA Austral platform with some visual examples of the day-to-day operational problems it addresses, and look at the technology stack used in our solution – including tools like GitLab, Docker Swarm, KeyCloak, Traefik, Elasticsearch, Prometheus, Grafana, Web Processing Services and more.
Dan works in the Coastal Informatics team within CSIRO as a software developer, typically building temporo-spatial analysis tools leveraging in-situ observation and near real-time numerical model data.
As a data-driven design and visualisation specialist – Dan uses technology to maximise scientific impact by making complex information more accessible to decision makers and the general public.