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Insect monitoring, made simple.

Monitor pollinator levels in real-time, helping you protect and enhance global insect biodiversity.

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A shortage of pollinators

  • 13
    bee species now extinct in the UK
  • 40%
    of bee species are vulnerable to extinction
  • 75%
    of food crops rely on insect pollinators

Mother nature is crying out. We’re listening.

Our growing team of scientists and engineers are passionate about interpreting nature’s noises to figure out what we can do to reverse the continuing decline and damage of our biodiversity levels.

By combining acoustic technology with environmental sensors, we have developed a range of innovative products that can aid us in maintaining an optimal pollination environment, necessary for not just the survival of our future pollinators, but our farms, gardens, and the planet.

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Be part of the solution

  • Growers & Agronomists

    Growers & Agronomists

    Our “Polly” in-field sensor tracks pollination events, identifying areas of low pollinator activity. This helps growers to target specific interventions to areas of greatest need to drive performance and yield gains.

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  • ESG-focused businesses

    ESG-focused businesses

    Our fleet of sensors generate millions of data points per day, helping you understand the impact of land management changes on insect levels. They also provide vital insights for your Environmental Social & Governance (ESG) reporting and aid strategic decision making.

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  • Beekeepers



    With our unique in-hive sensors it is easy to understand hive status in near real-time. Our predictive algorithms help beekeepers decide when to conduct an inspection.

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We couldn’t do it without…

We're proud to work with a diverse group of commercial and non-for-profit partners.
Agri-tech Centres
M & S
University of Reading
Welsh Water
Dyson Farming
Innocent Drinks
Project One Million
Project One Million

Save our pollinators

With over 75% of fruit crops and £375B of economic services dependent on insect pollination, there is a growing need to take urgent action to reverse the decline of pollinators.

Project One Million brings together organisations who want to protect bees and insect biodiversity with our unique monitoring technology and other specialists, to use data to target solutions in areas most in need.

By acting now, we can do more to protect future food systems and the benefits from a healthy planet.

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