Category Archives: Software

Neben der Firmware und der Smartphone-App geht es hier auch um die Einrichtung des HoneyPis.

HoneyPi iOS App

By | 1. February 2019

Currently still in BETA test. Therefore we are looking forward to your feedback. Besides our Android App we now also have an App for iOS devices. With the LIVE display the current temperature and the weight of the bee colony can be constantly checked from the smartphone. The “HoneyPi Dashboard” app runs as a web… Read More »

News about the Android App

By | 30. September 2018

The Android app for visualizing your measurement data can now be downloaded for free from the Google Play Store. Just click on the following banner to get to the store entry of the app: For iOS users: As described in this article, there is a so-called Progressive Web App (PWA). With this application it is… Read More »

Firmware

By | 16. August 2018

Before downloading the firmware: Under Downloads you can download the latest version of the firmware. After downloading the firmware: Follow the steps in the instruction to write the firmware to a memory card. The downloaded ZIP file has about 720MB. After unpacking the image (IMG file) has about 2.3GB. After the firmware image has been… Read More »

HoneyPi Android App

By | 30. July 2018

The Android app for visualizing your measurement data can be downloaded for free from the Google Play Store. Just click on the following banner to get to the store entry of the app: For the iOS users among you we also have an an App. Main functions The following main functions are available in the… Read More »

Why do we use ThingSpeak?

By | 28. June 2018

Beekeepers can register for a free account in ThingSpeak and create a channel for each colony. The decision to use ThingSpeak as a central web service to store the measurement data has proven to be correct. In addition to the obvious reason that beekeepers should not rent web space and that ThingSpeak is free, other… Read More »

Maintenance mode (web interface)

By | 28. June 2018

Switching between maintenance mode and measuring mode If the connected button 🛒 or button with LED 🛒 is pressed on the Raspberry Pi, the maintenance mode starts. In maintenance mode, the Raspberry Pis WLAN turns on and creates an Access Point (AP). The continuous measurement is paused. This means that no measurements are recorded during… Read More »