make the world of pollinators transparent, understandable and actionable

it’s time for pollinators: farmers’ friends

Behind 80% of food there is a special buzz

Humankind spent the last 10.000 years studying plants in order to optimise agriculture; with incredible results!

But now? It’s time for a revolution!

To feed the world population, we need a new strategy that considers the whole ecosystem

bee on flowers

With good pollination

(also in plants that are able to self pollinate)

 ➝ More yields (up to 20%)

 ➝ Food richer in vitamins and nutritional qualities

 ➝ Stronger plants (more resistant to pathogens)

 ➝ More yields (up to 20%)

Today, a nest of pollinator insects is just like a black hole of information for everyone involved in the buzz chain…but buzzup turns on the light!

By monitoring pollinators in real time we are able to help all customers with customised information 

All data analysis and customised reports for

farmer

Buzzup

for farmers

Productivity

preview productivity of each crop

Performance

pay the rent of bees and pollinators based on real activity performance

Quality

certify quality of production and impact on our ecosystem

Buzzup

for beekeepers

Save time

-50% (travel time, prioritisation, checkups)

Production

pay the rent of bees and pollinators based on real activity performance

Less losses

reduce bees losses: -30% (constant checkups) 

Stop thefts

with GPS you can find stolen hives (in 2021, we found more than 300 stolen hives)

Buzzup

for researchers

Impact

measure impact of pesticides and fertilisers on pollinators

Data analysis

data analysis about all crops: customers and competitors

Climate change

data about the impact of climate change on pollinators

Geographical area

information on specific geographical areas so that you can relate data to it

Buzzup

for producers

Productivity

preview  productivity of each crop

Performance

pay the rent of bees and pollinators based on real activity performance

Quality

certify quality of production and impact on our ecosystem

cricket

what’s next?

protein production

in the future, we plan to use our technology to monitor other insects, such as crickets used for protein production