A pattern (or mandala) for 3 hives in one of our projects. Each circle shows 30 days of hourly data. Inner circle shows audio data, low frequencies at the centre & higher frequencies at the circle edge. Outer circle shows bee flights from the hive.

What We Do

What We Do

‘There’s enormous potential for The World Bee Project to leverage emerging technologies and the cloud
to drive the entire business ecosystem towards one which promotes bee health and farmer prosperity.”
Andy Clark, Oracle


Innovative Nature and People-Positive Data-Driven Solutions for a Sustainable Future


To help find long-term solutions that benefit nature and people, we harness the power of bee and pollinator-derived intelligence to address wider issues of biodiversity, climate change, food security and human well-being.

Our systems use sophisticated IoT sensors and Machine Learning algorithms to capture and analyse temperature, humidity, in-hive acoustics, and bee flight data and enhance it with weather and satellite data to produce detailed information on the state of biodiversity in each environment being monitored. The data is added to our World Hive Network© platform, the first and the most ambitious effort ever undertaken to track the health of honeybees and their environments and, when possible, the health of wild pollinators and their ecosystems.

Sufficient quantities of data can help create predictive models to alleviate potential future stresses and play a significant role in enabling scientists and governments to mitigate threats to climate stability, food security, and human well-being. The evidence can also contribute to best practice guidance for government policies on land management.

The new knowledge can fill the critical gaps in the scientific understanding of pollinator abundance and its varying relationship with different ecosystems.

Our monitoring supports global food security, improves pollinator diversity and density, protects smallholder farmer and beekeeper livelihoods, helps mitigate and adapt to climate change, protects human well-being and hopes to influence policy.

In parallel, our pioneering social impact programme, Celebrating the Right to Life, Food and Shelter for Women in Adversity, aims to make a tangible, positive impact in areas where conflict and adversity deny women the right to life, food, and shelter.


The Consultation Services We Offer

The World Bee Project created showcases of its work in collaboration with Oracle, and Oracle presented these at their OpenWorld events in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Dubai. This is a video of the presentation at the Oracle OpenWorld Europe 2020 event in London.

The World Bee Project delivers AI and sensor technology-based bee intelligence and data services.

We support, connect, and amplify new technologies and research to improve the health and well-being of bees and other pollinators. We assist locally run projects with strategies and research in bee health and behaviour, agricultural pollination, and the ecology of rural and urban ecosystems.

We co-design data-based improvement strategies, co-model impact and monitor progress, support appropriate interventions, enable coordinated actions, suggest new pathways to protect and manage ecosystems, influence policy, and encourage good practice at larger scales.

The World Bee Project services include high-impact showcase demonstrators, such as live hive-monitoring visualisations displays for screens or walls and demonstration showcases for potential use cases, such as proof points for agri-tech, manufacturing, telecommunication, or retail companies looking to implement generic proof points as marketing tools or as generic demonstrations of technology.


In this project, we are monitoring to analyse the changing locations
of nectar and pollen sources.


When bees thrive, we survive.
Thanks to around 20,000 species of bees and other pollinators and their interactions with plants and their ecosystems, we have oxygen, healthy soil, plants, food, and life on Earth.

To align your company’s Environmental Social Governance (ESG) policy with hopeful solutions that support wild pollinator restoration and sustainable livelihood options for women in adversity, please