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eTrainings on Flying Sensors in Kenya

March 22, 2021

HiView and FutureWater are reaching out to a few hundred participants with our newly developed eTraining program. The lectures are hosted by Egerton University in Nairobi, Kenya.

Kick-off eTraining on Flying Sensors for agricultural purposes in Jordan

February 25, 2021

On the 22nd of February, we had the Kick-off event of the training on “Flying Sensors for agricultural purposes”. IHE Delft Institute for Water Education and the National Agricultural Research Center of Jordan (NARC) is collaborating with FutureWater and HiView in providing this tailor-made training.


Nature Reserves Drenthe, processed results

January 6, 2021

In July - August 2020 HiView, together with Borgman Beheer, conducted an interesting assignment from Natuurmonumenten, the biggest land conservation association in the Netherlands. The images are processed and the results provide meaningful insights into the vegetation development over several years.

Lectures on the use of Flying Sensors

September 25, 2020

Together with FutureWater, HiView was invited by the IHE Delft Institute for Water Education, which partners with UNESCO, to host guest lectures on the use of drones for agricultural applications. As part of their master degree, around 10 students were taught on the theory behind flying sensors (also known as drones), the different types of applications and how to use them in an agricultural setting.


Nature Reserves Drenthe Repeat Monitoring

August 9, 2020

As part of efforts to improve the conditions to conserve nature reserves in Drenthe, HiView was requested to monitor and map vegetation development. HiView monitored the region in 2018 as well, which made this mission very insightful as it showed the development of the vegetation over time.

World scoop Hulshorsterzand

June 15, 2020

In April-May 2020 HiView has performed flight missions and image processing for Natuurmonumenten, the biggest nature conservation association in the Netherlands. The objective was to map sand shifts after HiView conducted initial flights in 2016.


Operator training successfully completed in Manica Mozambique

April 7, 2020

Operator training successfully completed in Manica, Mozambique In November 2019 HiView and its partners have completed the first phase of the Incorporating Flying Sensors in NCBA Clusa’s project in Manica, Mozambique.

Drones for Nature Conservation - Demo Day

September 18, 2019

During the spring of 2019, HiView participated in a Drone Demo day organized by The Dutch Forest and Nature reserve owners association (VBNE).

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SMART-WADI Project: Drone Images for Farms

June 12, 2019

In April 2019, HiView travelled to Mashhad, Iran, to undertake a series of key activities related to the SMART-WADI project (SMART Water Decisions for Iran) with the main goal of testing drone flights and imagery recovery from agricultural fields.