Prior to the invention of structured hives, bees and their colonies would often be destroyed as a result of humans harvesting honey and other bee products from their nests. The invention of hives meant that the honey could be extracted and the colonies would remain intact. The unique internal structure of the hive is made of densely packed groups of hexagonal prismatic cells. The bees use these cells to store food and to house their brood. The hive and the life of the bee is intrinsically interconnected.
Similarly, lxHive provides a centralised core for a raft of activities and interests. Every piece of information is interconnected.
The following specifications will inform the technical and the non-technical on what sets lxHive apart.