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We are the only provider in the market today that offers a robotic beehive to treat bees in real-time allowing them to survive modern stressors (such as pesticides or the Varroa mite). Whether it be through humidity control, transportability considerations, or even real-time video monitoring, we make sure that the bee is the focus of our device.
Our Beehome can host up to 10 colonies, allowing beekeepers to remotely control the temperature within the hives, manage pests, control swarms and offer harvest detection. By applying the exact treatments that beekeepers would and utilising precision robotics, the bees’ needs are addressed without human intervention.
By completely redesigning the beehive we can address many of the inefficiencies of traditional hives, and significantly improve bees’ well-being and longevity. In 2023 Beewise will manufacture 2,000 devices and from 2024 onwards we will strive to pass a milestone of 10,000 devices manufactured.

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  • Founder/s

    Eliyah Radzyner and Saar Safra

  • Year founded


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  • Event

    evokeAG. 2023

  • Seeking

    Customers, Farm trial sites, Investment, Grant/funding opportunities

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