SkyEye Analytics, Inc. started as a university research project in August 2009 when a group of multidisciplinary students taking their Master’s and Bachelor’s degree got together to explore the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in the Philippines. It was born out of necessity, as satellite images were hard and expensive to procure.

Now the company caters to both the public and private sectors. From land surveying to disaster mitigation and from precision agriculture to forest protection, SkyEye believes in the power of drones for good.

We are a company committed to procuring, processing, and analyzing data to help you make better decisions.

SkyEye team flying a drone
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Why SkyEye?

We build our own

Having the capacity to build our own customized drones makes our drones built for the Philippine environment, weather and economic realities.

Because of this we are able to keep our costs low and operations efficient.

Strong Engineering and Science Background

In 2014, we were the lone representative for the Philippines and ASEAN (aside from Singapore) in one of the world’s premier technical conferences, ICUAS.

We also co-author several peer review journal papers for top tier publications such as IEEE.

Unmatched Operational Capabilities

Since 2009, we have flown over 5000 flight hours through more than 100 projects nationwide.

We are considered as one of the most prolific private drone operators in the world aside from militaries and drone manufacturers.


We are trusted by local and international NGOs, including the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, to deliver during times of disasters.

We work hand in hand with law enforcement as well as the military for safety, security, and response for the Filipino people.


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