• Reliable information for better decisions
    The municipal goverment of Velsen improved the structure of how decisions are made, followed by a reduction of their operational costs. Together with AeroVision Velsen was able to re-design their information policy and work process.
  • Annual aerial imagery for Schiphol area
    Governmental organisations use aerial imagery for decision support. This enables a more effective and effecient way of working. It is difficult to obtain an annual update due to the high number of air operations in the Schiphol area. Cooperation between more than 60 organisations increase opportunities. Read more...
  • CAPIGI is the network for geo-information experts active in agriculture. The Community on Agricultural Policy Implementation and Geo-Information (CAPIGI) brings together governments, industry and research to discuss the impact of geo-information in implementing agricultural policy.
  • Improved crop information through UAVs
    Regardless of weather UAVs provides crop monitoring to ensure optimization and cost savings. Based on user requirements and together with the project partners, AeroVision inventoried the need for information to achieve this. Read more...
Welcome to Aerovision

AeroVision is an independent procurement advisor of (geo-)information. With our knowledge and experience, we support organisations during the procurement process of geo-information related data or software (mainly). We help our customer to make the deployment of geo-information in decision-making more effective. For each customer request, our experts find the right offer.

Our services will answer the following questions for you:
(1) How do you ask what you need?
(2) How do you get what you asked for?
(3) How do you use what you have got?

Actualities & News
Aug01What are the future demands of agriculture towards satellites?

August 2017

On 4 and 5 July 2017 in The Hague, AeroVision co-organised this first comprehensive workshop on agriculture and Earth Observation. The workshop discussed the future needs of agricultural users and ho...
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Apr22What's hot and What's not in precision agriculture

April 2017

Agriculture enthusiastically absorbs geospatial technologies. Besides more efficiency on the farm, geospatial technologies also offer new business opportunities and new sustainability concepts. But t...
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Apr19Drones applications in precision agriculture

April 2017

AeroVision participated in this TUS Expo programme where experiences and expectations of drones in precision agriculture were discussed. Four experts shared their vision and entrepreneurship in agric...
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Projects & websites

MISTRALE

The MISTRALE project develops a flying soil moisture sensor. Using the GNSS-Reflectometry technology in a drone-borne sensor, the project sets up a service for farmers, water managers, golf course maintenance and others to get an actual map of soil moisture content. AeroVision connects the stakeholders, investigates the feasibility and develops a business plan for this service.

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