Milan Innovincy is proud to announce that our Rwandan subsidiary, AgriLift, has been accepted as a member of (CGI) for the year 2016. Established in 2005 by President Bill Clinton, CGI is an initiative of the Clinton Foundation, convenes global leaders to create and implement innovative solutions to the world’s […]
Milan Innovincy BV proudly announces the appointment of HH Prince Pieter-Christiaan Van Oranje-Nassau as board president. We are very pleased to welcome such an experienced professional as Mr. Van Oranje-Nassau to chair our board. His experience across several important industries will be a valuable contribution to the work of Milan […]
Milan Innovincy BV with AgriLift and Wageningen University has won an Agri-sector project in Rwanda. The project will include a pilot for agriculture spatiotemporal activities in maize and soybeans in Rwanda. As a result, farmers and key stakeholders in Rwanda focused on Maize and Soybean will be able to have […]
Using an advanced hyperspectral imager mounted upon an unmanned aerial vehicle to monitor sugarcane crops in Rwanda. The imager detects and divides visible and infrared light into tens of spectral bands, each of which containing different information about the monitored crop. When analyzed by our experts, this data will allow […]
We have been working in last couple of months on finalising our new software version, which is part of the SAF – Spatiotemporal Apps Framework . Based on clients’ feedback and running projects we are within reach of our first release of the software, which will bring new exciting times […]
November 18th, Amsterdam, Ambassador Private Sector & Aid with the Ministery of Foreign Affairs, Jeroen Roodenburg announced the winners of the “De Partnership Verkiezingen 2012” in Amsterdam. ‘Sugar: Make it Work’ received the ‘Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) Award 2014’. This PPP is looking at sustainable solutions for the sugar industry in Rwanda. Together the […]
We proudly announce that our project ‘Sugar: Make It Work’ has been nominated by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the ‘Best Public-Private-Partnership Award 2014’! We consider this nomination as a confirmation of our well-functioning partnership that so far has shown quite some promising results. To actually win this […]
The Dutch Water Sector has published an update on our project in Rwanda. Go a head and read it on the website of the DWS.
How new technologies are being used to grow the business in Tanzania. Also Milan InnoVincY is contributing to that effect. Proud to be part of that team.