About Skeye

Who is Skeye
Skeye B.V. was founded in 2013 to provide the international market with services using unmanned aircraft. In 2016 the company merged with Skycap to become the European leading provider of geographic data acquisition using unmanned aircraft and a top 3 provider of unmanned aerial inspections.

The company is headquartered in the Netherlands and operates locally from our offices in the United Kingdom and Germany.

Skeye now bundles extensive knowledge and experience in geodesy, topographic surveying, inspections, aerial imagery and 3D visualization into one company. The team consists of over 15 full time professionals, several freelance operators and operates a large fleet of fixed wing and multirotor UAV’s.

How we work
Skeye differentiates itself by taking operations with unmanned aircraft very serious. Our clients require a reliable and professional supplier for high quality inspections, aerial surveys and aerial imagery. By taking quality and safety seriously by engaging with our client and local aviation authorities Skeye ensures a suitable and safe concept of operations for any mission. In the United Kingdom Skeye operates under a Permit for Aerial Work as issued by the CAA and in the Netherlands Skeye has the full ROC permit.

All projects are carried out according to our ISO 9001 and ISO 18001 (OSHAS) procedures. Skeye holds an ISO 9001 certification as well as the Dutch Safety Management Accreditation VCA. 

Skeye’s Quality, Health and Safety policy is available upon request. 

Equally important are if the dedicated professional teams that carries out these projects do so in a safe, efficient and passionate manner. The combination of of these elements results in our quality!

For who we work

Where we work
Over the past years Skeye has executed a large number of projects across five continents. Specialist projects where flown in the following countries: United Kingdom, Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Denmark, Ireland, France, Norway, Croatia, United Arab Emirates, Papua New Guinea, Nigeria, Angola, South Africa, Malawi, Namibia, Uganda, Sierra Leone, India, Borneo and the USA.