Next-gen, cloud-native, 3D GIS/Smart City platform. Dedicated to easy and cost-
effective implementation of different types of Smart City and Smart Infrastructure data
projects, delivered in the SaaS online model.

Key Benefits

Modern cloud architecture

Direct, online access and easy management of all essential data and documents from a
single website. Excellent exchange of information. Security and transparency of data for
all participants.

Much cheaper and easier to use

Much lower costs compared to the existing systems, thanks to an online SaaS delivery
model - no need to buy an expensive permanent license or use a complex server


Flexible scaling of the platform, depending on the specific needs of a given project - from
the small town, through the large infrastructure project, up to the scale of the entire large

Next-gen, 3D-native

The true next-gen system, thanks to the 3D-native architecture. Unlike other GIS
solutions derived from 2D architecture, our system was natively designed and developed
as a true 3D platform.

CAD & BIM-ready

A wide range of the supported data formats for the 3D map environment, incl. most of the
CAD and BIM formats in use - ifc, dwg, dgn, fbx, gml, photogrammetry, point-cloud and

Smart City oriented

Our platform is designed for maximum facilitation and simplification of the Smart City
projects implementation, thanks to the easy spatial and IoT data management and


Proper analysis and use of spatial data can bring significant benefits and make the decision-making process truly data-based and cost-effective. Thanks to our next-gen 3D GIS / Smart City Platform you can integrate all your spatial data, thus avoiding possible errors and making better decisions.

GIS for Helsinki

One of the biggest challenges facing modern urban and infrastructure planning and development is 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 that challenge is the use of a modern Geographic Information System. GIS allows a much better understanding of all geographically referenced data and provides tools to present that data and designs visually for investors and other non-technical participants. Most importantly, GIS makes the decision-making process truly data-based and cost-effective.

GIS for Vantaa

However, using the previous generation of GIS solutions generates a number of issues, because they were (in most cases) designed and developed as 2D, server-based systems. Those issues include:

  • the need to set up and keep complicated and costly server infrastructure, which is difficult to scale efficiently if needed; installing GIS components on the servers is also a complex task
  • flexibility of the solution is limited in every aspect, which might be a serious drawback in the case of fast-growing, dynamic projects that require a very adaptive environment
  • their native environment is a 2D map, not a 3D space; because of that the performance and compatibility with 3D data are always limited compared to the next-gen, 3D-native systems
  • interoperability with modern planning and design tools (CAD/BIM), which work in 3D space and with 3D data, is also hampered by this 2D provenance; the exchange of the data between those systems is more complicated (and less efficient) than in all-3D ecosystem
  • also Smart City and IoT applications require, in many cases, taking into account 3-dimensional factors and data; furthermore, such 3D-data management, visualization, and analysis are much more effective using a 3D environment; projecting 3D data onto a 2D map is an unnecessary step back

Blare Tech 3D GIS / Smart City Platform was designed and developed from the very beginning to work natively in the cloud and to be delivered in the online, SaaS model. Such architecture will allow for flexible scaling of the resources used, depending on the needs of a given project. Users will only bear the costs adequate to those specific project requirements, without the need to maintain their own server infrastructure or buy an expensive perpetual license. Thanks to its true 3D-native origin, the integration and operation with other 3D systems and data sources are also less complicated and much more efficient compared to the previous generation of GIS solutions. Not having to reduce or translate 3D factors to or from the 2D layer of information is simply the only reasonable way forward nowadays.

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?".

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