Przemysław Rujna

The taste and composition of honey is recorded in the density and distribution of pollen

Pollen analysis

Full automation.

Thanks to artificial intelligence Bee Labo is fully automated when conducting honey pollen analysis.

Software as a service (SaaS)

Dedicated devices that enable automatic swabs and pollen analysis

Working 24/7

CEO, Bee Labo Chief, MBA

Przemysław Rujna

Businessman, MBA graduate, PhD student at the Frycz Modrzewski Academy in Krakow, for over 20 years associated with beekeeping industry, board member of the largest players in the sector, directly responsible for the development of the beekeeping market.

A graduate of the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Faculty of Biology and Earth Sciences. Immediately after obtaining his master’s degree, he began postgraduate studies in commercial law at the Faculty of Law and Administration, which he graduated in 2002. In 2009, he obtained the title of Executive Master of Business Administration at the University of Economics in Poznań in cooperation with The Nottingham Trent University in Great Britain. He obtained another MBA title in 2017 at the University of Management in Legnica. From 2019 he is a PhD student at the Frycz Modrzewski Academy in Krakow. Member of the management board of AI Technika.

The origin of honey

Pollen analysis

Pollen analysis is the only study that allows to determine both the botanical origin of honey, i.e. the species of plants from which the honey was made, and to determine the geographical origin of the honey – i.e. from which place of the world it comes from.

Analog world

Opportunity for honey

Currently, despite the dynamic development of IT-based research, pollen analysis remains the most important method, mostly done manually by laboratory workers.

The importance of pollen analysis, the speed of getting the result and, above all, the low cost of the analysis are very desirable in the beekeeping industry.

The taste and composition of honey is recorded in the density and distribution of pollen

AI helps to distinguish real honey from honey enriched with unwanted ingredients