It’s really encouraging that so many vessels across our English inshore have installed their onboard I-VMS devices and received the grant funding to re-imburse their costs, but we realise there is still much work to do. We have now hit …
Sean Douglas, Head of Enforcement, Intelligence and Investigations
Head of Enforcement, Intelligence and Investigations
We are supporting industry to meet the requirement to have an I-VMS device installed and operational before the introduction of the Statutory Instrument (SI), scheduled for late 2022. I-VMS will help us understand individual and fleet fishing patterns and ultimately …
We are pleased to announce that a quarter of I-VMS devices have been ordered by fishers from across the English inshore fleet. We would like to thank everyone who has already chosen, purchased and arranged installation of your preferred type-approved …
As we approach the first I-VMS installation deadlines of the rollout, with all 8m – 11.9m vessels in the English inshore fleet expected to have one of the four type approved devices available installed by the week beginning May 16th, …
Since the launch of the I-VMS project in February, we have been working hard to listen to any concerns fishers may have and doing all we can to answer their questions. I’d like to thank everyone for their contributions, which …
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