What do we offer?
Bees suffer from multiple stressors, including a lack of biodiversity, climate change, pollutants, and poor sanitation.
Through automatic remote monitoring thanks to a connected hive, modern beekeepers can make more informed decisions by staying in sync with their bees’ activity and needs. This is called precision beekeeping.
How to measure the impact of our actions on biodiversity? Our original and innovative solution is to rely on bees as bioindicators.
Analyze their activity, their health, their behaviors thanks to connected hives and then generate automatically and continuously robust indicators of the quality of the environment to allow you to guide, improve and enhance your agricultural and landscape actions.
Hive entries and exits per hour
Acres covered by the foraging of one hive on average
For every need, there’s a solution.
connected hive solutions fit those needs—whether it’s producing honey, performing environmental characterization, or assessing pollination service.
Connected hives: the decision support tool for beekeepers
Our solutions to connect your hives are modular and scalable.
They put their trust in us
Beekeepers in Gironde, we had been suffering from hive thefts on one of our sites for 10 years.
Then, one Sunday morning around 9:30, alerts from the hive locks had clearly indicated a move. Thanks to the BeeGuard app, we were able to clearly identify the location of the stolen hives and pass that information along to authorities.
The police proceeded to the location indicated by the anti-theft tags and informed us that they had both found our hives and identified the thief. The next day, in their presence, we were able to recover the stolen hives as well as material from previous thefts. The thief was fined and ordered to pay material and economic damages.
Thanks to our bees and BeeGuard connected hives, measuring the benefit of our agroecological actions represents a first return on investment of this approach. In our sector—apple and pear production— the decimated pollinator population is one of our greatest challenges.
Creating biodiversity corresponds with our convictions and our values. As opposed to greenwashing, we prove what we’re doing right, and we make meaningful, tangible progress.
Producer and innovation manager at MYLORD
A yearslong user of BeeGuard connected hives BeeGuard (GPS and hive scales), I am very
satisfied with the equipment and also with the simplicity of the apiary monitoring app.
As citizens and producers, we have a societal responsibility to help reduce global warming and end the rapid fall in biodiversity. Our operation must constantly evolve and develop practices to reduce the environmental impact of our vineyards. To that end, we need to base our decisions on real measurements. Otherwise, we’re just shooting in the dark.
We stopped using herbicides for 12 years and switched to biocontrol for 90% of the phytosanitary treatment. We applied the BeeFriendly® standard to part of our estate. Our vineyards analyze bee activity via the connected beehives and the BeeGuard biomonitoring equipment.
Bernard Magrez Vineyards
I equip each of my apiaries with connected hives—climate changes in recent years have given me a good reason to. Thanks to BeeGuard, I’ve been able to both save colonies that were about to die of hunger and limit my traveling for when the honey’s not flowing properly—especially for my most remote apiaries. Actually, I’ve been able to increase my harvest by moving more quickly to areas of actual production.
With the increase in fuel costs, we may not be able to move more, but we’ll sure know how to move smarter.