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Grieg Seafood

Short description

Improving sustainable growth and enhancing the quality control process with our mobile and web application

Time Period

Project Hours: 1287

Main technology
web app quality control Grieg Seafood logo

01 _THE BRIEF

A web application for documenting the quality control process in a salmon factory, supervising the packaging delivery process.

web app quality control

02 _WHAT WE'RE PROUD OF

We are proud to integrate the application with the industrial automation system in the factory (Beckhoff). When a user fills out the form, our application connects to the automation system and pulls part of the measurements, such as the temperature, pH and oxygenation of water in fish tanks.

web app quality control
web app quality control
web app quality control

QUALITY CONTROL
PROCESS
in a
Grieg Seafood factory

web app quality control
web app quality control

03 _THE DETAILS

There are two applications in this project:

  • application for mobile devices (PWA), which is used on tablets. In the app employees responsible for quality control enter data into the system by using appropriate forms defined in the app.
  • web application for managing user accounts, managing database entries that are later used in the forms (numbers of fish farms, boat and truck markings, types of packaging, chemical catalogue cards). This application is also used to view completed forms, print them to PDF files and generate reports from the data collected in the database.
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Grieg Seafood logo

04 _THE CLIENT

Grieg Seafood is one of the world’s leading salmon farming companies, targeting 90 000 tonnes of harvest in 2020 and 130 000 tonnes in 2025. Their farms are in Finnmark and Rogaland in Norway, British Columbia and Newfoundland in Canada, and Shetland in the UK. The headquarters is located in Bergen, Norway. More than 900 people work in the company throughout our regions.

Sustainable farming practices are the foundation of their operations. The lowest possible environmental impact and the best possible fish welfare is both an ethical responsibility and drive economic profitability.

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