B-GOOD has the overall goal to provide guidance for beekeepers and help them make better and more informed decisions.
- honeybee vibrations-based accelerometers to produce long term statistics;
- gas and spatially resolved temperature measurements;
- automated bee counters (hive mortality rates, pollen flow, drone/worker discrimination);
- sensors to detect pesticide residues;
- devices to detect honey bee viruses of high health relevance;
- analytical tool for genetic imprint.
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