Seeking a Front end developer

Trackwell is looking for a programmer with a deep knowledge of making scalable Web interfaces. You will be working closely with a team including a UX designer, back end developers and a DevOps engineer, guided by a Product owner and practising SCRUM. Applicants must have at least 3 years’ experience in programming in higher level formats for HTML/CSS and JavaScript. Familiarity with Python/Django is a plus. We’re seeking a communicative candidate that can have initiative and a practical view of the end result.   Applications and further request should be sent to job@trackwell.com before November...

Trackwell participates in the fourth network meeting for project “Social Science Aspects of Fisheries for the 21st Century”

Trackwell took part in the fourth network meeting for project “Social Science Aspects of Fisheries for the 21st Century” (SAF21). The meeting took place October 24-26 at CETMAR headquarters in Vigo, Spain. Once again, Trackwell participated as one of the partner organisations that provides its expertise and experience in fisheries to evaluate the PhD dissertations. The SAF21 programme is part of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions for Excellence in Science, funded under the Horizon 2020. SAF21 purposefully departs from conventional PhD training programmes, as it allows ten PhD researchers the opportunity to combine formal and informal training across a varied range of skills while working on their theses. All the researchers work on their doctorate in the field of fisheries using the latest research tools, such as simulation and participatory approaches, with an aim to inject social intelligence into the EU fisheries management systems. At the network meeting, the researchers held presentations about the status of their research and were given feedback. Trackwell then participated in the supervisory board meeting with other members of the external advisory panel. Following the two-day meeting, the attendees took part in a workshop that focused on the links between management and governance, human and social dynamics, in addition to the participatory process in fisheries management. Trackwell is highly anticipating the theses’ results on the various social issues facing the fisheries. The unorthodox approach of the programme, and the emphasis on transferable skills and exposure to commercial secondments, should translate to very interesting outcomes that could benefit decision makers, the fishing industry and the environment...

Hafsyn at Baffin Fisheries

Hafsyn catch and onboard production registration system was recently installed on the sixty-four meter Arctic Shrimp Trawler, MV Sivulliq, owned by Baffin Fisheries. The Hafsyn solution simplifies and automates the registration process, providing company managers with up-to-date information regarding quota management. The system will also help prepare the company for the new electronic logbook regulation, issued by Fisheries and Oceans Canada, which will become mandatory for offshore fishing vessels in 2019. Baffin Fisheries is a Canadian, 100% Inuit-owned and controlled seafood harvesting company based in Iqaluit, NU. The Company operates on the harvest and sale of Greenland Halibut (turbot) and Northern shrimp (Borealis and...

DevOps specialist

Trackwell is looking for a programmer with a deep knowledge of Linux, that enables him to organize and build up the company’s web systems as well as analysing and solving speed and resource problems. You will be working closely with a team that works together on tasks where your responsibility will be to ensure the functionality at the lowest level. Applicants must have at least 3 years’ experience in programming and system management and relevant education. You need to know installation and operation of Linux webservers, security and have ambition for automation. You should have programmed something in bash, Python, Java and SQL. You should preferably have some knowledge of WSGI, Tomcat, AWS scripting and Docker or comparable technology. As a plus you would have some knowledge of PostgreSQL, Oracle and RabbitMQ.   Applications and further request should be sent to job@trackwell.com before November...

Hafsyn at the Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition 2017

Trackwell will introduce Hafsyn at the Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition on September 13th to 15th. Check out innovations in Hafsyn that are useful to captains. The system allows you to look up previous fishing trips and view information about catches, as well as the quality and average size of fish. You can also get detailed information about fishing gear, trail on map, depth and sea temperature. You are welcome to come to our booth, H-44 We look forward to see...

Web Development and User Experience Design

Do you have passion for powerful interfaces and good usability? Trackwell is looking for people to engage in the progress of evolving our customers’ experience. Web Developer You would work in an independent development team to build and maintain flexible solutions for the business sector that work on different types of devices. We emphasize continuous-deployment and work by Scrum. You must have experience of and education in web development, with good knowledge of Python or Java as well as HTML and JavaScript. You should know Django, Spring or comparable platforms and a great benefit is to know SQL, Bootstrap, JSON/REST, Android, Linux and RabbitMQ. User Experience Designer You would collaborate with development teams, business units and customers to create work-flows for the business sector that work on different types of devices. We emphasize iteration with rapid prototyping but the work also entails finalizing ideas as well as confirming functions and behavior. You must have work experience or education in user interface design and be able to present your solutions in a visual and organized manner. You should know major tools of the trade including Adobe creative suite and a great benefit is to know CSS and HTML.   Applications should be sent to job@trackwell.com before January 3rd. Further information can be provided by Sigurður E. Guttormsson in...

Trackwell participates in the third network meeting for the project Social Science Aspects of Fisheries for the 21st Century

The third network meeting for the project Social Science Aspects of Fisheries for the 21st Century (acronym: SAF21) took place in Utrecht the 26 – 27th of October 2016 where Trackwell participated as a partner organization and an external evaluator. The SAF21 project is part of the European Training Network (ETN) in the Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions for excellence science, funded under the Horizon 2020 Program. In essence SAF21 is a research project with the main objective of managing socio-ecological complex systems better. The project focuses specifically on the EU fisheries and fisheries management strategies. SAF21 differs from conventional PhD training programs in the way the research and training program is structured. The program provides, training and networking opportunities for researchers who then use the latest research tools, such as simulation and participatory approaches, with the aim of better understanding the social issues facing the fisheries management systems in Europe. The meeting offered Trackwell and other representatives of the partner organization the opportunity to introduce their institutions to the consortium and discuss training and research opportunities together with the PhD researchers, SAF21 supervisors. Trackwell then participated in the supervisory board meeting with other members of the external advisory panel such as the Icelandic Ocean Cluster, The Icelandic Small Boats Owner Association, The South African Association for Marine Biological Research and more....

Trackwell presents Hafsyn at Iceland Fishing Expo 2016

Trackwell will be presenting its newest solution, Hafsyn, at Iceland Fishing Expo 2016, to be held in Reykjavik, Iceland on September 28th to 30th. HAFSYN is a new, comprehensive solution for the registration and reporting of fishing and on-board processing. Hafsyn offer benefits both to captains and fishing companies. Included in the solution is the Trackwell Electronic Logbook, used for reporting mandatory information to fishing authorities. The system was developed in cooperation with domestic and foreign fisheries with the aim to meet increasing demands of traceability and sustainability. For further information, please see our website www.hafsyn.com All are welcome at our stand B-27, at the exhibition....

Trackwell VMS stýrir fiskveiðieftirliti fjögur þúsund skipa í Kyrrahafinu

Trackwell er sönn ánægja að greina frá því að fyrirtækið hefur nú innleitt tvö ný fiskveiðieftirlitskerfi (e. Vessel Monitoring System, VMS) í Kyrrahafinu hjá Fiskveiðiráði Kyrrahafseyjanna (Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency, FFA) og Fiskveiðnefnd Vestur- og Mið Kyrrahafs (Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission, WCPFC). Hafsvæðið sem heyrir undir þessar stofnanir er um 100 milljónir ferkílómetra að flatarmáli og sér Trackwell um rekstur á kerfinu í samvinnu við skýjaþjónustu Amazon í Ástralíu. Tuttugu og sex ríki eiga aðild að FFA og WCPFC, en auk þeirra eru sjö þátttökuríki með takmarkaða aðild, og önnur sjö sem standa utan aðildar en taka þátt í samstarfinu. Trackwell VMS gerir notendum kleift að fylgjast með margvíslegum þáttum í atferli þúsunda skipa í rauntíma. Þannig geta ríki og stofnanir sinnt eftirliti með sinni efnahagslögsögu, ásamt veiðum á afmörkuðum svæðum. Kerfið heldur utan um veiðar skipa og sér um samskipti þeirra milli aðildarþjóða. Ný kynslóð af Fiskveiðieftirlitskerfi Trackwell fiskveiðieftirlitskerfið er í grunninn það sama og það sem gjarnan er nefnt „Fjareftirlitskerfið“ á Íslandi. Kerfið verið sniðið sérstaklega að þörfum stofnana og býður upp á víðtæka vöktun skipa, og ýmsa eftirlits valkosti. Ein af helstu nýjungunum sem Trackwell VMS hefur nú að bjóða er að nú hafa allar aðildarþjóðir FFA og WCPFC aðgang að kerfinu, og að þeim hafsvæðum og þeim skipum sem heyra undir viðkomandi þjóð. Einnig gerir kerfið samstarfs- og aðildarríkjum FFA og WCPFC kleift að veita öðrum aðildarríkjum aðgang að sínum upplýsingum innan kerfisins ef þau svo kjósa, sem eykur stórlega yfirsýn yfir hafsvæðið og þau skip sem þar stunda veiðar. Þessari upplýsingamiðlun geta ríkin stýrt og afmarkað að vild. Trackwell VMS í...

Trackwell now providing vessel monitoring in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean

Trackwell recently launched its Vessel Monitoring System (VMS) for the Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency (FFA) and for the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC). Trackwell is providing FFA and WCPFC with a new customized VMS solution, in a hosted environment. The systems offer extensive monitoring and alerting options for the 3,000 vessels reporting actively to the systems, using various types of vessel units or Mobile Transceiver Units (MTUs) and communication service providers.  In addition, the FFA system receives and processes AIS data from about 2,500 vessels as a complementary data to the official VMS data. This newest implementation allows both institutions and their respective member countries, participating territories and cooperating non-members to monitor roughly 25 million square nautical miles in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean using the Trackwell VMS. The solution is hosted in Australia at the Amazon Web Services hosting center. New generation for different needs The newest feature of these new Trackwell systems is data and information sharing, based on regulations and agreements, allowing both FFA and WCPFC to share information and access to the system with their member countries. Furthermore, the system provides the option of tailoring the scope of information that is shared between the systems or individual countries, using an advanced data sharing mechanism that is built upon the data sharing rules of each organisation. One such example is that the members of FFA can see all their flagged vessels wherever they are and foreign vessels within their own exclusive economic zone (EEZ). The member countries can also share access to each other’s EEZs if they are authorized to do so, thereby increasing the monitoring and...

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Trackwell participates in the fourth network meeting for project “Social Science Aspects of Fisheries for the 21st Century”

Trackwell took part in the fourth network meeting for project “Social Science Aspects of Fisheries for the 21st Century” (SAF21). The meeting took place October 24-26 at CETMAR headquarters in Vigo, Spain. Once again, Trackwell participated as one of the partner organisations that provides its expertise and experience in... Read more

Hafsyn at Baffin Fisheries

Hafsyn catch and onboard production registration system was recently installed on the sixty-four meter Arctic Shrimp Trawler, MV Sivulliq, owned by Baffin Fisheries. The Hafsyn solution simplifies and automates the registration process, providing company managers with up-to-date information regarding quota management. The system will also help prepare the company... Read more