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Remote monitoring of apiaries and hives.
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Sign In. Create apiaries and hives in the application and record the status of bee colonies during inspections at the apiary. Purchase the remote monitoring service through the application and e-shop.
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Without monitoring what is happening in the hive, it will not go very automatically. But it is possible with the help of an experienced beekeeper.
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Write down important data that the assistant cannot yet find out by himself and needs them to evaluate his activity.
How do you achieve this?
Using sensors and artificial intelligence, we share the practical knowledge of beekeepers.
Improving orientation in hives
The assistant helps fill in the conditions in the beehive in the beekeeper's diary. You will have a better overview of bee colonies.
Tips for beekeepers
Based on the sensors, the assistant evaluates what is happening in the hive and suggests tours and activities that would be good to do.
The security system continuously monitors the condition of the apiary and hives. The parameters in the hives monitor conditions that can lead to the destruction of the bee colony or the emergence of a swarm.
Overview of apiaries, beehives and hives.
- Displaying the position on the map even during theft.
- Weather forecast for the apiary - outside temperature, humidity, precipitation, wind, wind direction and cloudiness.
- Tours of beehives - detail, frames, fruit, mother, strength of the bee colony.
- Feeding - date, delivery of supplies, supplementary feeding, type.
- Treatment - date, disease, medicinal dose, who performed the treatment.
- Yields - honey, wax, propolis.
- Notes, reminders, tasks.
All information on your mobile wherever you are.
- Information via GSM network.
- Monitoring the position of the beehives via GPS on the map.
- Weather monitoring at the apiary and weather forecast - temperature, humidity, precipitation, wind, wind direction, atmospheric pressure, cloud cover.
- Monitoring the weight of hives and sensors in the hive - temperature, humidity, light, CO2, air quality, intensity and frequency of bee buzzing.
- Security device with remote transmission.
- Camera trap.
Security system at the apiary.
- Shock sensors and GPS.
- Two security zones - magnetic contacts, motion detectors.
- Integrated siren in the scale.
- If the bear drops the hive, the siren will sound for 30 seconds and will scare the bear away and not do more damage.
- Securing the caravan, the entrance to the apiary and the hives against spoilage.
In the event of a violation, an SMS, notification or email is sent and a ringtone is sent to up to two mobile phone numbers.
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All information about apiaries and hives in one place.
- Overall management of apiaries.
- He predicts what is happening and will happen in the hive and what the beekeeper should do.
- We save your time. You can track specific weight gains or sensors in the hive. The warning comes only after the set values are exceeded.
- We save on shipping costs.
- You have a peaceful sleep - the security system takes care of disturbing the beehives.
- Recording of all events in the system.
Sensors in the hive
They measure various quantities directly in the hive.
- Measurement of temperature, humidity, CO2, air quality in the hive - to find out and clarify the current cause of the condition in the hive.
- Light measurement when the hive is opened.
- Intensity and frequency of buzzing in the hive - missing queen, preparation for swarming, more queens, infestation of the hive by pest or disease.
- Detector of shocks in the hive. Detection of mechanical movement with the hive.
- Checking the set parameters of the sensors.
Measuring the weight of the hive
Determination of gains and losses in the weight of beehives.
- The beekeeper knows when to dial the honey.
- Or add an extension.
- He also knows when to feed the bees.
- Possible hive looting or swarming based on weight loss.
- An approximate estimate of the number of bees in the hive and outside the hive.
- Probability of snowfall on the hive or increased load after rain.
- Checking the set monitored weights.