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Hivemind Precision Apiculture

We provide beekeepers with real-time information about their beehives that allows them to make time-critical decisions about when to visit their hives, collect their honey, and perform maintenance. This saves them multi-day trips, fuel costs, and recovers thousands of dollars of honey yield.

We also provide orchardists with continuous information about the bee flight activity in their orchard, allowing them to optimise hive placement, replace poor-performing hives, and build trust with their beekeepers.

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  • Founder/s

    Bryan Hoyt, Ben Hoyt, Berwyn Hoyt

  • Raising capital

    We recently closed a raise of $550k and are looking to do an increased raise late 2021

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