About Aapah Innovations
Aapah Innovations is an Earth Observation and Engineering Consultancy company having its office in Hyderabad, India. We strive to leverage cutting edge Research and Technology for developing practical, sustainable and innovative solutions for agriculture and water resources (surface, soil moisture, and groundwater) for improving the environment 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 has developed solutions 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 Value Proposition
Our Core Team
Dr. Sat Kumar Tomer received Ph.D. from Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. He has worked as a Research Associate at the Centre d’Etudes Spatiales de la BIOsphère (CESBIO), Toulouse, France for 3 years. He is an expert in using the remote sensing technology for the management of water resources.
Dr. Tomer has published 20 articles which include 15 journals, one book chapter, one book and three conference proceedings. Based on Google Scholar, his total citation count is 170; h-index and i10-index are seven. His published articles range from the laboratory to the larger basin scale (approximately 1 million square kilometres).
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Mr. Madan Mohan Gupta has more than thirty years of experience in agricultural innovation.
Dr. Yukti Gill earned her Ph.D. from Banaras Hindu University in 2014. She has worked as an Assistant Professor in Banasthali University. She is an expert in understanding the data to find out the underlying patterns.
Dr. Gulab Singh is Assistant Professor at Centre of Studies in Resources Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay. He received the Ph.D. degree with best thesis award from Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai, India in 2011 and ronbun hakase (≈ Dr.-Eng.-habil.) in Electrical and Information Engineering from Niigata University, Japan in 2013. His expertise includes the development of general radar polarimetric methods for analysing fully polarimetric data, development of the inversion techniques for retrieving geophysical parameters and remote sensing of the cryosphere.
Dr C. T. Dhanya is Assistant Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering, IIT Delhi. She received PhD with best thesis award from Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore in 2011. Her expertise includes assessment of climate change on water resources, data mining, modelling land surface processes and hydro-climatology.
Prof. Bimlesh Kumar is Associate Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati. He received PhD with best thesis award from Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore in 2010. His expertise includes Sediment Transport, Stirred Tank System, River Hydraulics, Turbulent Flow, Computational Fluid Dynamics and Pump-pipeline Surge analysis.
Charu has senior management experience with her working as Managing Director of a company for many years providing leadership and strategic direction.
Thiyaku received M.Tech (Remote sensing and GIS) from NIT, Warangal in 2016. His expertise includes value added product development and dissemination using the open source technologies.
Miral completed M.Tech. in computer science. Her expertise includes the application of satellite remote sensing for providing the solution in Agriculture.
The image shows the soil moisture map for Punjab state. The map is prepared by merging microwave and optical satellite data using the algorithm developed by us. The soil moisture maps are available daily at a spatial resolution of 500 m. The developed near real time soil moisture is helpful for: Early warning of agricultural […]
Making it easier than ever to stay in touch with our selective innovative products and information which allows to observe earth in near real time. We have not only built the new flagship app but taken everything you would like i.e. more intuitive, smarter and dramatically simplify your remote sensing experience. VATI (Value Added information […]
Poor air quality is caused by motor vehicle emission, fires on agricultural land, dust from construction sites, burning garbage, industrial activities etc. Aapah innovations have been monitoring the air pollution in Delhi using remote sensing data. In this analysis, we used daily Aerosol Optical Thickness (AOT) at 0.55 micron, which was extracted from MODIS MOD04_3K […]