Author: Teemu Kivimäki

Infrakit and year 2019 – it’s a wrap!

Year 2019 has been a big success for Infrakit. We opened offices in five new countries, including large markets like France, Germany and Australia, all while staying profitable. Our team grew to a total of 32 construction and SaaS professionals. Overall, digitalization of the infrastructure construction industry is progressing worldwide, with many governments pushing for […]

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The benefits of using Infrakit in euros

In this blog post I will present a simple calculation of concrete savings resulting from the surveying properties of Infrakit using an example project. Infrakit increases the efficiency of surveying and data management of the construction site significantly. Below are presented three concrete ways how Infrakit can be utilized, which have proven to be effective on construction sites […]

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Infrakit Cloud makes construction more efficient

Thanks to Infrakit Cloud developed in Finland, a skilled foreman stays updated regarding project details even though machine control systems have made measuring sticks a thing of the past. With the help of Infrakit and machine control it is possible to save up to 20% of the total cost of a project. The cost savings […]

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Digital Handover Material and Infrakit

The benefits of digital handover material As production and designing in the field of infrastructure is becoming digital, it has been noted that the handover material is also good to have in digital form. Digital handover material makes the lives of the contractor and the project owner notably easier because nobody wants to collect or […]

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New Infrakit map page – Infrakit version 3.2.0 live!

Last night (20.3.), Infrakit was updated to version 3.2.0. In this update, we have completely reworked the main map page based on your feedback. Old map page is still available if you need it, but we are confident that the new and improved page will be a lot more versatile and easy to use for […]

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PRESS RELEASE: Infrakit subsidiaries founded in Norway and the Netherlands

This month, Infrakit subsidiary companies are founded in Norway and Netherlands. The new companies, Infrakit AS and Infrakit BV, are founded to handle Infrakit business in their respective regions. Managing directors are Anders Tiltnes (Infrakit AS, Norway) and Jan van den Brandt (Infrakit BV, Netherlands). Best of luck for both gentlemen in their new roles! […]

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Infra-Construction in Year 2020

Paving the way for a digital revolution in infra-construction Governments and other infrastructure owners around the world are paying the costs of inefficient and outdated construction methods. Hundreds of millions of euros are being wasted in antique work planning and building based on inaccurate paper designs. As each project is unique, the construction site is […]

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Business Opportunities for Land Surveying Companies

Infrakit enables new business possibilities for land surveying companies With Infrakit, it’s possible for land surveying companies to serve their construction company customers in a brand new, deep and exciting way. Using Infrakit land surveyors have a possibility to provide site foremen and managers an unprecedented real-time view into the progress and quality of their […]

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Infrakit and Leica iCON Telematics integrated

Infrakit and Leica Geosystems integration Infrakit and Leica Geosystems (Scanlaser) announce a historic cooperation to connect iCON 3D machine control systems and other iCON Telematics-compatible equipment to the Infrakit open site management platform. This means that construction companies can now manage their machine control data on one brand-independent platform, unifying site data processes and simplifying data […]

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Infrakit and Initial Information Models

Carefully gathered and applicable initial data models is the cornerstone of infrastructure projects Initial data that is both solid and usable is the precondition for a project to succeed within budgeted costs. Poor-quality initial data lead to poor-quality designs and from there to additional costs and delays in schedule in the construction phase.

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