HiView supports professionals by providing data, information and services based on ultra-high resolution imageries obtained by Flying Sensors.
HiView deploys a range of platforms on which various sensors (both in the visible and non-visible parts of the spectrum) can be mounted. Raw data is converted to information using various state-of-the-art software packages. Information is transferred to knowledge by our highly qualified scientific staff.
HiView in the Media
Education Fragment, Climate Research in Nepal. NTR SchoolTV
Nature research with drones, fight against drought (Dutch).
Interview in the student magazine of Amsterdam (Dutch).
Documentary Monitoring Himalayan Glaciers.
Photograpic report AD.
Business presentation by STOWA.
Famers are confronted with a lack of knowledge on where and when to apply their limited resources as water, fertilizer, and seeds. The ThirdEye project uses well-tested low cost Flying Sensors that provide high-resolution spatial information to smallholder farmers beyond the visible spectrum. The Flying Sensors are equipped with near-infrared sensors that detect crop stress about two weeks before the human eye can observe this.
HiView has executed monitoring flights above meadows in the Dutch province Friesland, commissioned by Wetterskip Fryslan.The purpose of the flights was to measure the damage of the grassland caused by the feeding of mice, this winter a huge problem for Frisian farmers.