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Enhanced Earth Observation Through 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.
Our clients include professionals ranging from the science community, decision makers, natural resources managers, and farmers. We deliver our services world-wide with a particular focus on Europe, Asia and Africa. Typical examples of clients are: universities, research centers, farmers, NGOs, World Bank, governments, river basin organizations and water boards.

Expertise

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Flying Sensor training to empower local farmers to increase yields

Crop stress detection to improve health and condition of crops

Data collection and analysis to support sustainable forest management

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Obtain detailed information on flooding extent to get a fast response and damage estimation

Use Flying Sensors to generate detailed maps of glaciers to obtain information on surface elevation, melt and flow velocity, and glacier extent

Analysis of soil erosion by using time-series digital elevation models to measure the progression of soil erosion

News

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Training at Strathmore University, Nairobi

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HiView in Mozambique

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Beneficiaries Share Their Experience on Using Geodata Innovations in Field Schools in Egypt

August 1, 2022

In early July, Martijn de Klerk, flying sensor expert at FutureWater, and Jan van Til, operational manager at HiView, gave a one-week training at Strathmore University in Nairobi, Kenya on the use of drones for agriculture.  The course was part of the farm extension service ‘MapYourCrop’ developed by FutureWater, as part of the TWIGA project, with partners FutureWater, Hydrologic, and UFZ Helmholtz.

June 28, 2022

On 17 June Jan van Til from HiView accompanied his colleagues from ThirdEye at a presentation day for potential clients. On this day, which was partly held in a venue in Chimoio and partly in a field near Chibata, 12 participants had the chance to meet with the team and get informed about all applications that are possible with Flying Sensors (drones), specifically in the agriculture sector.

May14, 2022

The project ‘A Practical Farmers Toolkit – Geodata for climate smart agriculture in Egypt’ has successfully finished in February 2022. An exciting video was made, which gives a short overview of this agricultural project.

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