ABOUT

ABOUT

Learn more about us and how can we help you:

Aapah Innovations is an Earth Observation and Engineering Consultancy company having its office in Hyderabad, India. Aapah strive to leverage cutting edge Research and Technology for developing practical, sustainable and innovative solutions for segments like agriculture and water resources (surface, soil moisture, and groundwater). Aapah endeavours to assess and make the best of natural environment resources to create a better tomorrow.
Aapah has created an eco-system of talent from premier research institutions of India and abroad for hydrology, hydraulics, crop science, remote sensing, environmental engineering, data science, and software application development.
Aapah’s developed solutions cater for wide ranging industries such as agriculture, crop insurance, marine, land management, disaster management, water management and weather for the national and global market.

Our Vision
Most preferred remote sensing value added service provider on the planet.

We offer

SERVICES

Advanced Modelling
Data analytics
Dashboards
Consultancy
Training
Satellite remote sensing

Why choose us?

Our Products

ambhasGW
ambhasGW

"Distributed ground water model."

Vashp
Vashp

"Satellite estimated actual evapotranspiration."

Vikleda
Vikleda

"Satellite estimated soilmoisture"

Sasya
Sasya

"Our satellite remote sensing based crop health monitoring product provides the information for policy makers and farmers."

Samyak Sechan
Samyak Sechan

"Precision irrigation. "

Rainfall
Rainfall

" Satellite rainfall. "

VATI
VATI

"Visualize our products in real time with the help of Value Added information in real TIme (web application)."

our

THEMATICS

Agriculture
Environment
Water resources
Crop insurance
Urban planning
Disaster management

TEAM

Meet the people behind the scene

Dr. Satkumar Tomer

Technical Director

Ph.D. : Indian Institute of Science, Banglore

Research exeperience : CESBIO, France

Dr. Yukti Gill

Director

Ph.D. : BHU, Varanasi

Experience : Former Assistant Professor, Banasthali University, Rajasthan

Mr. Thiyaku s.

Application Engineer

M.Tech : NIT Warangal

Research experience : NRSC Hyderbad

Miss Miral M. Parmar

Application Engineer

M.Tech : DDIT , Nadiad, Gujarat

Research experience : SAC, Ahmedabad, Gujarat

 

Miss Catherin R Sebastian

Application Engineer

M.Tech : NIT Warangal

Research experience :

Dr. Ahmed Al Bitar

Technical Advisor

Scientist, CESIO, Toulouse, France

Prof. Bimlesh Kumar

Techincal Advisor

Associate Professor, IIT Guwahati

Dr. C. T. Dhanya

Technical Advisor

Assistance Professor, IIT Delhi

Dr. Gulab Singh

Technical Advisor

Assistant Professor, IIT Bombay

Dr. Shaik Rehana

Technical Advisor

Assistant Professor, IIIT-H

Mr. Madan Mohan Gupta

Farming Expert

 

Ms Charu Gupta

Director

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Lets together make earth a better and ‘greener’ place to live in: Happy Earth Day

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Less soil moisture in Madhya Pradesh: A matter of concern for Farmers

Madhya Pradesh, a state enriched with black cotton soil enjoys diverse climatic and soil conditions suitable for a broad range of agricultural products. ((http://www.mp.gov.in/unlimited-potential-in-agriculture)). Evaluating soil moisture conditions before sowing of Kharif crops(June and July) is of utmost importance as…

Meteorological drought in Kerala: Indignation of Rain gods?

Kerala, the state blessed which was always been blessed with rain have been experiencing meteorological drought continuously for many years.The soil moisture map for the state as on 14th March 2018 reveals much about the condition.The districts of Palakkad and…

Crop yield estimation during monsoon season using satellite remote sensing

The crop yield estimation allows the better management of crop for various purposes. The conventional method of crop yield estimation is the field based which is very costly in time and money and may incur large error in the estimation…

Less soil moisture: Agrarian economy of Jharkhand at distress?

Jharkhand, the state covered with lush green forest has 80% of its rural population earning their primary income from Agriculture. The state practices mono-crop system (Kharif crops), mainly paddy and hence the yield mainly depends on soil moisture ((http://agri.jharkhand.gov.in/?ulink=dept/about.htm)). Soil…

CONTACT

How can we help you?

Office

CIE@IIIT-H, Gachibowli,

Hyderabad

Phone

+91 99865 68525

Email

Support: contact@aapahinnovations.com

Field office

Hyderabad