Bees gave teacher idea for hive of connected activity

Hostabee monitors the ‘health’ of a beehive

CONNECtivity is a big buzzword in business - and now it is bees that are benefiting.

Hostabee is the first connected device that can be put into a hive so keepers can look after their bees by checking temperature and humidity levels via an app (hostabee-site.firebaseapp.com). 

It is part of a growing market for connected objects that allow monitoring from a distance.

Hostabee inventor Maxime Mularz, based in Aisne, said: “This connected product is not a gadget but something practical which can be of real assistance to beekeepers ...

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