We believe that end customers should have the freedom to choose the service experience that they prefer. Therefore, our strategy is to be open. We support open standards and open interfaces to enable smooth communication between site tools and heavy machinery.

Our expertise is strongly connected to our vision, earthmoving automation. Our field-proven solutions have been automating the earthmoving industry since the early 1990s.

We combine digitalization and robotization in a unique way. We offer open solutions for digitalizing earthmoving jobsites and robotizing earthmoving machinery.


Digitalization in the field of earthmoving means managing information in a smart way. The aim is that data flows seamlessly in a computer-readable manner from one software system to another and from one phase of a construction project to another.

We are talking about BIM, Building Information Modeling, or Building Information Management. Terms like InfraBIM or CIM (C for Civil or Construction) are also used.

Our solutions include machine control and machine guidance systems for heavy machinery and tools for site management. Our systems and tools are fully designed for open BIM workflow. They are based on open data formats and are recognized for their ability to take full advantage of information models for the benefit of all project stakeholders.


The level of automation in mobile machinery is increasing rapidly. Today we see a growing trend of machinery with semi-automatic functions, while in the long run, fully autonomous fleets will be the ultimate goal.

We offer technology for construction equipment manufacturers, machine dealers and rental companies to semi-automate their machinery. With our state-of-the-art sensor technology and sophisticated control algorithms, we can increase the productivity, quality, safety, and sustainability of machine work.

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