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Demand for ocean-based high-quality and sustainable fish protein soared in the last decade. Unlike precision agriculture, aquaculture remains an under-equipped farming activity. To fully realise a vision of precision aquaculture, smart IoT can offer the essential tools to local producers worldwide. This paper addresses the question of whether it is feasible to deploy a water quality sensor network in aquaculture for real-time user visualisation and decision making. The proposed system designarXiv:2105.11493v1 fatcat:i2am7dae5rfqnkzw5reivgcijm