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.
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
A Parctical Farmers Toolkit
eco.business Development Facility
Using drones to attract youth into agribusiness and increase food production in Kenya
September 14, 2021
HiView has kicked off a new RVO project: A Practical Farmers` Toolkit.
This project and the proposed capacity building activities are perceived as game-changing in bringing innovative remote sensing tools to farmers and increasing the adoption of the tools amongst the farming community, ultimately increasing water productivity in the agricultural areas of Egypt.
August 2, 2021
The eco.business Fund, in partnership with FutureWater, HiView, and Export Trading Group (ETG), has launched a pilot project in Kenya for data-driven agricultural intensification. This project aims to improve farmer productivity and profitability whilst enhancing environmental risk management and climate resilience.
June 15, 2021
The agriculture sector dominates the Kenyan economy in terms of employment and contribution to GDP. Yet, the engagement of youth in agriculture is minimal. Drones provide a new and exciting technology that could potentially encourage youth to choose a career path in the agricultural sector.