Biotactic is an internationally active scientific research and consulting company specializing in fish monitoring, fish passage and species at risk. Founded in 1998, we have extensive experience creating and developing innovative solutions and strategies for fisheries research and conservation.
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Announcing the BRAIN

Biotactic has officially launched the BRAIN - Biotactic Research Artificial Intelligence Network. Our deep learning artificial intelligence system can accurately count fish, track their movement and score upstream versus downstream and true versus false passage. The BRAIN can provide valuable near real-time counts and perform in a variety of environments. Learn more about our new data analysis service.

Featured Projects




  • Silver Shiner Size-Class Structure, Habitat Utilization, Movement and Persistence in an Urbanized Fragment of a Great Lakes Tributary
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  • Northern Pikeminnow Telemetry
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  • Rainbow Trout Passage at a Nature-Like Fishway, Beaver River, Ontario
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  • Rainbow Trout Migration Patterns in the Saugeen River Watershed
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  • Coral Trout Telemetry
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  • Fisheries Offsets and Compensation- Bruce Power
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  • Rainbow Trout Passage at the Maple Hill Dam
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  • Port Hope Area Initiative Fish Rescue
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  • Dam Effects on Benthic Fishes
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  • Black Redhorse Movement and Use of Groundwater Seepages
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  • Northern Pike Telemetry and Passage Monitoring
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  • Brown Trout in the Kananaskis River
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  • Fish fence and monitoring system install
    Arctic Char in Hope Bay
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  • Grand River Smallmouth Bass
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  • Spotted Gar Habitat Utilization
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  • Fish Movement at the Springbank Dam: Before-After Study
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We began using underwater videography to monitor fish back in 1989 and things have changed a lot since then. Using our invaluable experience, we design, build and supply fish monitoring and fish counting systems.

  
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