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
HiVIew active in Spain, La Verdad
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.
On Thursday the 21st of January the innovation project “Dike monitoring with Flying Sensors” was concluded with a meeting at the head office of “Wetterskip Fryslân” (the water board of Friesland). During the afternoon the results of the Dike monitoring project, which had a duration of one and a half year, were presented by HiView, Futurewater and project partner Kavel10.
HiView in collaboration with Futurewater developed a 3D model of the Langtang glacier, made with data from Flying Sensors. The model is part of the project “Using Unmanned Airborne Vehicles (UAV) for glacier monitoring in the Himalayas”.
Water and energy are closely linked. On the one hand can water be used to produce electricity by hydro-power plants. On the other hand are large quantities of electricity used to irrigate and drain water. Typical example is The Netherlands where halve of the country is below the sea level and daily millions of cubic meters of water are pumped into the sea.