About Us

Founded in Tasmania, the centre of salmonid production in Australia, the PanLogica team has for more than a decade specialised in unique integrated financial, biological and manufacturing planning solutions for aquaculture.

Accurately forecasting strategic, operational and tactical outcomes and “what if” situations in an ever changing environment is a significant difficulty facing aquaculture.

Our software, Neptune, combines client data and complex mathematics enabling aquaculture businesses:

  • To reduce costs
  • Maximise profit
  • Optimise production

We invite you to contact us to receive a personal contact and a more detailed explanation of Neptune and PanLogica.

Glossary of terms used in Optimisation

As it is standard practise for mathematicians to prepare a list of definitions for frequently used terms I've started a glossary of terms used in Optimisation.

Mathematical Optimisation is a way to improve the profitability, efficiency and sustainability of your business. In mathematical optimisation, mathematical techniques are used to calculate the most effective way to use the resources and capabilities of your business.

Optimisation with an s is predominately used by British English speakers, while optimization with a z is predominately used by American English speakers. In Australia, we use British English spelling, although both spellings are considered correct. 

Neural Networks are a class of algorithms designed to imitate the behaviour of biological neural networks, as in pattern recognition, language processing, and problem solving, with the goal of finding reasonable and approximate solutions to problems.

Genetic Algorithms are routinely used to find good solutions for problems that do not have a well understood mathematical model. Some typical problems on which genetic algorithms have been used are machine learning and modelling language acquisition and evolution. 

A Non Mathematician's Guide to Optimisation

A Non Mathematician's Guide to Optimisation

Aqua Nor 2017 Roundup

Aqua Nor 2017 Roundup