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Improve Your Hives - application for beekeepers

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 29, 2016 12:26 pm    Post subject: Improve Your Hives - application for beekeepers Reply with quote

Dear beekeepers, I’m in need of your advice. My team of developers is developing an application that would help professional beekeepers in their work. It would be of great help if you could read my proposal and give me feedback about it (feel free to be honest).

The application would allow beekeepers easier hive tracking in order to save time and increase honey yields. Also, our application would allow monitoring queen’s genetic), using data from those tracks. In summary, the application would include the following:

- Data tracking for every inspection (with notes)
- Monitoring queen’s genetic,
- Decision support system
- Inspections Calendar
- Mapping locations where hives are (for your purpose).

Each hive would be marked with the code, which will be scanned with your phone, and then the application would automatically open the track for the hive.

I'm looking forward to hear your opinion on this. Any suggestions would be more than welcome. I’m still in progress and due to that I can add new features easily.

If you want to get the demo version of app for free (when it's ready), leave your e-mail at this link:
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