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  1. Implement IoT sensors on fishing boats: IoT sensors can be installed on fishing boats to collect real-time data on water quality, marine life, and fishing activity. These sensors can collect data on factors like temperature, salinity, oxygen levels, and nitrogen levels, which can help farmers make informed decisions about their fishing practices.

  2. Use drones for surveillance: Drones equipped with cameras and sensors can be used to monitor fishing activity in the Baltic Sea. They can identify illegal fishing practices and alert authorities, thus promoting sustainable fishing practices. Drones can also help locate schools of fish, reducing the time and effort required for farmers to find and catch fish.

  3. Adopt VR/AR technology for fish stock assessment: Virtual reality and augmented reality technology can be used to create virtual representations of the Baltic Sea, allowing farmers to monitor fish populations and make better decisions about fishing methods and locations. This would reduce the need for physical assessments, thus minimizing disturbance to the marine ecosystem.

  4. Utilize robotics for efficient fishing: Robotics can be used for tasks like baiting, casting nets, and sorting fish, making the fishing process more efficient and reducing the use of harmful fishing practices, such as bottom trawling. This would not only promote sustainable fishing but also