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April 18th, 2012
Remote Sensing Catches Bees Entering Australia

Electronic surveillance is about to enter the insect world with devices now being tested to prevent bees trying to sneak into the country through sea ports, potentially carrying with them pests and disease that could devastate the honeybee industry and food production.With recent advances in technology, installation of low cost, miniaturised sensors are now commonplace in a multitude of commercial applications, from industrial motors to modern day mobile phones. The integration of such devices with wireless transmission systems has the ability to create a cheap but highly valuable measuring, monitoring and evaluation tool for application in the Australian bee industry. Read More