Scientists Create Robotic Replacements for Declining Bee Populations

Ch2217 is my uni.

 

1—Health, Food

 

2– http://thefutureofthings.com/5052-scientists-develop-flying-robots-to-replace-bees/

Bee populations are collapsing worldwide, as a potential solution for the replacement of their pollination duties, researchers are creating robotic replacements for them.

 

3—The stakeholders are owners and operators of vineyards, orchards and farmers in general.

 

4—I would market this development to beekeeper associations as well as directly to consumers of the beekeeper’s services. Perhaps to augment the present population of bees, to reduce the pressure on weakened bee populations

My Comment is for The Smart Yarn Tech Article. I appreciate how important it is for this tech to communicate alarms after an impact, I am curious however as to it being properly insulated so that even after repeated wear, would it retain it ability to be waterproof.

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