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Bee Hive Tunnel

A project log for Ai Equiped Wasp (and Asian Hornet) Sentry Gun

A powerful laser guided by cameras will vaporize these pests in flight. Hopefully.

Tegwyn☠TwmffatTegwyn☠Twmffat 05/01/2019 at 16:334 Comments
Aluminum box section has been used to produce a tunnel through which bees will travel to get into the hive. So will the wasps / A. Hornets if they want to attack. Bottom right is a 1 watt laser. Middle left is hole for camera, protected from bees by a glass microscope slide. Wasps detected by the camera will be zapped by the laser and simply fall out of the tunnel. This apparatus will hopefully be attached to a small beehive tomorrow for capturing video footage of the bees inside to create 'null' images fr detection.

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Tegwyn☠Twmffat wrote 07/25/2019 at 11:04 point

Yes, all my hives have large under floor ventilation.

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Alan Green wrote 07/22/2019 at 21:43 point

What happened?

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Tegwyn☠Twmffat wrote 07/25/2019 at 08:08 point

It worked well until the bee population got larger and then there was too much congestion in the tunnel.

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Jan wrote 07/25/2019 at 09:08 point

The bee hives' entrance is super important for the bees to keep their hive temperature and humidity controlled. It needs to be as big as the bees want it to be!

Especially in summer and winter months...

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