Welcome to colonymonitoring.com!

Here beekeepers will find technology for monitoring honey bee for health and productivity, and for early warnings of problems. At the same time, these technologies will reduce the need for disruptive manual inspections.

The actions you take can help your bees or hinder them. This technology will enable you to plan your actions better and see their effects sooner.

The technologies listed here enable beekeepers to remotely monitor brood health, honey production, cluster size and location, stores in hive, and many colony activities such as swarming and robbing.

A wide variety of colony monitoring resources are now available and these are rapidly becoming more affordable, more reliable, and more informative.

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WE VALUE YOUR INPUT!

This website is a work in progress. Please use the Contact page or the comments areas on these pages to tell us of sites we may have overlooked. We also appreciate notification of any URLs that are no longer functioning. The websites referenced here are provided solely for our site visitors’ convenience, no endorsement is implied.

Our vision: By means of colony monitoring technologies, beekeepers will become better stewards of their bees.

The actions you take can help your bees or hinder them. This technology will enable you to plan your actions better and see their effects sooner.

The technologies listed here enable beekeepers to remotely monitor brood health, honey production, cluster size and location, stores in hive, and many colony activities such as swarming and robbing.

A wide variety of colony monitoring resources are now available and these are rapidly becoming more affordable, more reliable, and more informative.