Beekeepers are the first to notice the alarming disappearance of our bees. In addition to the comparatively high death rate among bees, these professionals and hobbyists sometimes have to deal with acts of vandalism and hive thefts.
In view of this, the ability to anticipate anomalies within hives has become crucial. On average, beekeepers have to visit their hives around ten times each year. However, these regular checks do not necessarily enable them to detect possible issues in time. They are also time-consuming for beekeepers and cause stress for bees.