By: Joseph Cazier, Hive Tracks Chief Analytics Officer "Many of the changes we are witnessing in the world today are driven by advances in technology. These technological changes are also coming to the beekeeping world. If you look at the changes that have already taken place and the seeds of what has started them, it is possible to make a good prediction of what is likely to happen in the future and how it will affect the beekeeping community and industry.My colleagues James Wilkes, Ed Hassler and I made such a prediction this summer during a webinar on the Kim and Jim show jointly sponsored by Project Apis m and Bee Culture Magazine (Smarter Hives, Healther Bees, June 23, 2017 @ http://www.beeculture.com/kimandjimshow/). In that webinar, and at a few presentation since, we outlined the path we are on to what we are calling a Genius Hive. This article summarizes and extends some of the key points we made during those presentations and adds context for today’s thoughtful beekeeper."
Use the new Embedded Public Yard Map feature in Hive Tracks to publicly share a live, interactive map of your bee yard on your personal, club, or company website.
Three concentric rings surround each individual bee yard, indicating the one-mile, two-mile, and three-mile area in which the bees forage. You can switch to the satellite view to see what kind of environment they encounter, whether it's agricultural, wooded, or developed areas.
To embed your map, simply login to your Hive Tracks account, visit the “My Map” page, and copy the iframe html code and embed it into your website.
As always, contact email@example.com with any questions.