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Skylo helps fishermen sell catch before they reach shore offering higher profits
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Skylo helps fishermen sell catch before they reach shore offering higher profits
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Bengaluru, Aug 24 (TIWN) Skylo, the world's first and most affordable end-to-end satellite narrowband IoT solution, on Tuesday announced the introduction of its "Fish Catch Report," the world-first mobile communications solution that allows fishermen and boat owners to sell their catch immediately after bringing the fish onto the boat, before they reach shore.

The Skylo Fish Catch Report, offered in partnership with BSNL, allows fishermen to easily update and send details of their catch in order to maximize their earnings by initiating the selling process while they are still hundreds of nautical miles out in sea, giving them the opportunity to secure the best prices for their catch.  "For the first time, fishermen can actively sell their catch based on demand while still out at deep sea, giving them the ability to increase their profits by selling at higher price and reducing waste, enabling them to make the most out of their hard work," said Skylo COO Angira Agrawal. 

"The Skylo end-to-end solution provides reliable uptime and gives everyone the ability to improve their business and make more money while providing the most fresh fish to consumers - something that the Indian people have been asking for, for years."  A significant percentage of fish are caught and sold by smaller crews using small boats. Skylo's disruptively affordable price gives all sizes of fishing fleets the ability to report their catch from anywhere at any time, while at sea.  The full stack Skylo solution empowers multiple boat owners with consolidated catch details, allowing them to manage their sales based on real time market data. Using always-on connectivity anywhere, the Skylo Fish Catch Report captures the details about fish type, quantity, time of catch and more, giving fish buyers the knowledge to pass on to their customers. Making the entire process more transparent and more efficient, buyers can better plan their supply chain before the catch is physically delivered.

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