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Apitronics develops a wireless platform for outdoor environments. The focus is on being able to prototype easily when deploying battery powered sensors and actuators. All the hardware and software source is open for modification and reuse, by hobbyists and for-profit businesses alike. Everything from circuit schematics, bill of materials, environmental enclosure designs, and all the software on the hardware itself is maintained as an open-source project.
Apitronics’ mission is to help farmers become more efficient and productive by using networks of sensors and switches. We create electronic Bees, who work together and communicate with the Hive. Each Swarm—the Hive and its Bees– functions as a unit and is unique to its environment.
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