An increasing amount of our diet relies upon honey bee pollination. Meanwhile, various causes are making it more challenging to raise healthy honey bees.
Prior to Nectar, Evan built his own in-hive sensors while completing his Masters in Bioresource Engineering at McGill. At Nectar, he merges his passion for bees and data science by leading the development of Nectar's honey bee health algorithms.
After studying electrical engineering in France and at ÉTS in Montreal, Xavier worked in aeronautical-electrical engineering and high-power grid management engineering. At Nectar, he builds the ecosystem surrounding our innovations.
As a beekeeper, Marc was struggling to decode his bees' language...so why not start a company to figure that out? His role is to lead Nectar towards its hefty goals while ensuring its people have everything they need in order to get there.
A natural builder, Bastien can be found working on IoT projects such as a simulated sunrise for an alarm clock during his free time. At Nectar, he leads the development of our technologies for what could be considered a rather buzzing setting.
Max has made it his mission to make the food system work better for all, including its people. At Nectar, he works to make sure its beekeeper users are benefiting from their use of technology.
While studying at Concordia University, Loïc founded the SAE Formula-E team. At home, he is working on automating his hydroponic veggie garden. At Nectar, Loïc strives to make sure our hardware can handle all the rigors of a bee season.
Tracey works to make sure that beekeepers can benefit the most possible from their new tool. In her spare time, she can typically be found reading the latest findings in bee research and running her own beekeeping operation.
Before Nectar, Thomas designed mapping and logistic tools for the marine industry. Now, he uses the same approach - intimately understand the problem and design great digital experiences that fits peoples realities - and he gets to play with bees!