For Beekeepers. By beekeepers.
Arnia’s state of the art remote hive monitoring system provides vital information on colony status direct to your phone, tablet or PC. We have been monitoring bees since 2009 and currently have systems working in more than 25 countries.
We are unique in combining colony acoustics monitoring with brood temperature, humidity, hive weight, bee counts and apiary weather conditions. Our User Interface enables you to directly compare data from multiple sensors to provide a deeper level of insight into colony health and behaviour.
As well as monitoring your own colonies, you will be able to share in the combined data and knowledge from our global network of monitored hives. We continuously analyse our aggregated bee data to identify new health or behaviour signatures which we then add to our User Interface for the benefit of all our customers.
Join our global community of beekeepers, bee scientists and bee enthusiasts to gain new insights into bee behaviour and help improve the welfare of the world’s bees. We offer different monitoring packages to suit the needs of hobby beekeepers, commercial beekeepers and bee scientists.
"I had a colony with a failing queen and very little brood. I removed the queen and introduced a new mated queen. Without disturbing the bees I was able to tell that the new queen had been accepted and was laying."
Mary Hill, beekeeper
"I do think this device is really useful and it has a lot of applications for scientific research; there’s no doubt about that because of the resolution of the data."
"Dealing with Arnia has also been a joy. They have given me superb customer service, advice and knowledge. Arnia are all about the bees welfare and their product and ethos strongly reflects this."
Nigel Sweeney, Bishop Stortford Beekeepers Association
Why choose Arnia?
The original beehive monitoring company
Access to hive status from any internet enabled device.
Remotely monitor activity, temperatures, humidity and weight.
View or download historical data.
Instant alerts of theft or vandalism.
Compare apiaries; aimed at large scale beekeeping operations.