Expert of digitalized earthmoving
We digitize and automate infrastructure construction
Novatron is a Finnish technology company focused on automation of mobile machinery and digitalization of infrastructure construction.
We develop, manufacture, and deliver hardware and software and offer a wide range of services to increase the productivity, quality, and safety of our customers’ operations.
We have been developing our know-how for over 25 years and have become an established name in intelligent, openBIM compatible 3D solutions.
Novatron – a Moba Group Company
MOBA Mobile Automation AG has been an established name in Mobile Automation for more than 45 years.
3D Machine Control System Designed for OpenBIM
We have made working with information models easy. When working with the Xsite PRO 3D even the most complex designs won’t slow your workflow. The system presents your project with clear and modern visualizations.
G2-inclination sensor -High performance in a small shell
Small in size, yet full of high technology and performance. The G2 sensor offers ease of use with factory calibrated axis alignments and on-field user calibration to any mounting orientation.
Novatron has launched next-generation G2 sensors that offer users incredible performance. The G2 sensor includes the latest sensor fusion technology which enables it to perform more than 17 times better than it’s predecessor.
June 12, 2018
Novatron’s new G2 sensors for machine control – Incredible speed and accuracy in a small shell
Novatron has launched next-generation G2 sensors that offer users incredible performance. The G2 sensors include the latest sensor fusion technology which enables them to perform more than 17 times better than their predecessors. Incredible speed without sacrificing accuracy! The next-generation G2 sensors increase your productivity remarkably. Due to their advanced technology and the fusion of […]
January 24, 2018
The Tampere tramway project – 2D maps replaced by 3D models
In the spring 2017, when the sun started shining into Finnish homes, fenced construction sites with workers and machines started popping up in the streets of Tampere, Finland. This was due to the tram line construction project in, which started in early February with earthmoving and moving underground pipes and cables from below the future […]