Beeograph takes on Saving the Bees!

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Beeograph is focused on saving the bees. As you are well aware, bees have an irreplaceable role for the wellbeing of humankind, biodiversity and life on Earth, but statistics indicate that over the past years the population of bees has been continuously disappearing. 

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Although there are different theories, nobody knows what’s causing mass bees’ extinction around the world. And what’s more important, people know about this phenomenon, but rarely come across ways to personally contribute to finding a solution.

The Beeograph team has developed a smart sensor-enabled beehive and wants to give everyone the opportunity to help save the bee kind by creating the first open and globally collected database on bees and gathering of much needed insights into the reasons bees disappear. A Beeograph is basically a sustainable beehive equipped with high-tech sensors that will amass a comprehensive database about the life of the honeybee family, analyze it and look into correlations between seemingly unrelated events to find out when do bees stay healthy and happy, what happens to them when they get sick and why.

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The founders have been working on this project for 2 years and have created a couple of prototypes of intelligent beehives. Now, the project is entering its crucial beta-testing phase that will lead to mass production and mass data gathering.  If the project gathers enough funding at a later stage everybody will be able to adopt a BEEOGRAPH beehive close to them and help their community preserve bees while having a spoon or more of honey, naturally produced by their own beehive.

Your voice is important! You can help us spread the message in your community and show more people they can make their own impact to save the bees.  

How can you do it?

– Learn more about Beeograph here: https://youtu.be/m-VNRdGgZ_4  or https://www.facebook.com/beeograph.hive/ 

– Your can also support the BEEOGRAPH campaign on Indiegogo http://igg.me/at/beeograph

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