HLS 24/7 Electronic Reporting Help Desk

Published 01/11/2018

In October Harbor Light was chosen by the ACCSP (Atlantic Coastal Cooperative Statistic Program) to head a 24/7 electronic reporting Help Desk.  Our support team is prepared to walk you through this new exciting chapter of Electronic Reporting. Things our Support team can assist with... *Setting you up with a SAFIS account.  In order to report electronically...

SA Pilot Study Comes to a Close

Published 12/18/2017

The HLS Team recently wrapped up its year long pilot project organized by the South Atlantic Fisheries Management Council. The two objectives of the pilot included a hands on study in the use of the electronic reporting software "eTrips" developed by the HLS team and the testing of a Bluetooth fish measuring board. With the help...

HLS went to The Peach State to Hold eTrips Training Class

Published 12/04/2017

Harbor Light Software went to Georgia right before thanksgiving to spread the word via another training class for the South Atlantic's electronic reporting amendment.  In these two training session (one held in Brunswick, other in Savannah) members of the South Atlantic Outreach Team cover the proposed amendment its self, a question and answer segment,  and...

HLS Holds eTrips Training Classes in SC!

Published 11/06/2017

The Harbor Light team just came back from holding three training classes in South Carolina!  The classes held in Okatie, Murrels Intlet, and Charlestown were part of an outreach effort by the South Atlantic to help fisherman understand the South Atlantics Fisheries Marine Council's amendment in which would be requiring For-Hire captains to report trip...

Coding to the Fish Measuring Boards has begun!

Published 06/27/2017

Harbor Light Software continues working with the ACCSP on the South Atlantic Fisheries Management pilot project and they have now started working with the measuring boards! The boards, from Big Fin Scientific,, will be used by State personnel from NC, SC, GA and FL to quickly measure fish during a dockside interview. The measuring board...

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