Data-driven approach focused on the apiculture sector is rapidly developing worldwide. Tools for automated collection of data at hive level and satellite surveillance are relevant examples. Also several open network initiatives for data storage and analysis are in progress, switching from a close and local perspective of data collection to an open and wide network of data collected by beekeepers. These technologies could help beekeepers and public authorities towards a more efficient health monitoring and management of honey bees, leading to a more sustainable and productive apiculture.
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