Take control over the growing chaos of data spread across multiple sources and systems.
Thanks to our Geographic Information Systems, you will integrate all your spatial data, thus avoiding possible errors and making better decisions.

Geographic Information System

The biggest challenges facing modern planning and development are data collection, management, and analysis. With the amount of information and data sources involved, engineers and designers need tools to gather, analyze, and present data in an accessible way. Without that comes the risk of ill-advised decisions and costly errors. 
The answer to those challenges is a Geographic Information System. GIS allows a much better understanding of all geographically referenced data and provides tools to present them visually for investors and other non-technical participants. Most importantly, GIS makes the decision-making process truly data-based and cost-effective. 

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Proper analysis and use of spatial data can bring significant benefits. Exploit this potential!
Thanks to our Geographic Information Systems, you will harness all the power of your data to your advantage and profit.

Let your spatial data work to your benefit with a Geographic Information System

The analytic potential of GIS is already widely recognized by almost every sector and industry, such as

  • Infrastructure planning and development
  • Urban planning
  • Network operations (electric grids, 5G networks)
  • Transportation planning and development
  • Environmental protection and management
  • Real estate development cost estimation

and many more.Further reading on GIS applications can be found here.

What are the applications of Geographic Information Systems?

Cities, enterprises, and institutions use Geographic Information Systems in order to fully understand their geospatial data and to accelerate and improve the implementation of projects using such data, including 3D and Building Information Modeling (BIM). 
The complexity of data required for current development projects makes a Geographic Information System a mandatory tool for municipalities, companies, and organisations. GIS technology is known to solve issues for various industries such as agriculture, architecture, transportation, engineering, ecology, urban planning, natural resource management, and many more. 
Additionally, because the system can integrate any type of data referenced to geographic locations, it can be expanded to a wide range of applications if required. 
For a more detailed definition of GIS, its usage, and integration of BIM data, make sure to read our article: "What is a Geographic Information System?".

How can GIS improve the planning and development process?

The very nature of a Geographic Information System comes down to data collection, spatial analysis, and mapping of the given data. GIS provides tools for researchers, designers, and engineers to help them understand geospatial information and make more accurate predictions. A better understanding of different data types allows decision-makers to make more informed, data-driven, and cost-effective choices. 
On a business level, Geographic Information Systems provide information and analytic capabilities that reduce the time and costs of the development process significantly. Even more importantly, they allow the detection of weak points and avoidance of potential risks. 

GIS as an accessible presentation tool 

Another crucial benefit of the system is accessible presenting. GIS users can create easily understandable visualisations from data that has been thoroughly analyzed, which can be pivotal for attracting investors and preparing reports. Instead of showing a stack of spreadsheets and paper maps, municipalities and local government officials can present accessible projections that include cost estimation.

We and our Finnish partner, SITOWISE, develop advanced ready-to-go GIS and 3D GIS solutions. Our software facilitates and improves the integration, management, and communication of distributed data, which in its pure form, is only machine-understandable. Placing it in one database and into a visual-spatial context makes it accessible to anyone.

How do we create Geographic Information Systems?

The process of GIS software development at Blare.tech is very straightforward for the client and handled entirely by our team. We deliver a complete and ready-to-use system in a Software as a Service model (SaaS).
Contact us and we'll happily discuss the creation of GIS for your specific requirements.

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Direct access and easy management of all essential data and documents from single place.


Excellent exchange of information. Security and transparency of data for all participants.


Optimization of processes and resources. One solution - projects of different type and scale.

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Software as a Service - we provide complete, ready to use implementation to the client.


Competitive price - comparable to the price of technical platforms from other providers.


„Future proof” thanks to the integration of 3D data - including BIM standards compatible data.

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