Stakeholders from city officials and owners to architects and engineers have different needs during the building lifecycle. Vektor offers countless opportunities to utilize BIM-data in new visual ways and gain new insights from IoT sensor data and AI.


Vektor helps understand the effects of planned construction work on existing built environment. A built environment can be reviewed together with future zoning plans and buildings at different lifecycle phases. It supports all relevant coordinate systems and data formats from maps, point clouds, and infrastructure models, to building information models and IoT data.


All large projects require efficient collaboration across multitude of stakeholders representing different engineering disclipines. Vektor enables effortless collaboration by combining all types of design data into a single digital representation. The browser based view opens instantly without any installations and works smoothly regardless of project size or complexity.

Infrastucture projects

Vektor speeds up the design, review and execution of infrastructure projects by combinging all terrain, subsurface and ground-level elements of the projects into the same zoomable view. Users can zoom from a birds-eye view of a long high-way into a single bolt of a bridge in a matter of seconds. Or they can review the layers of land masses and structures from a cross-section display. No special tools are required, any stakeholder can access the data via a regular web browser.


Avoid costly design mistakes and building defects with Vektor. All BIM models, for example architectural, structural, electrical and HVAC models can be combined to a single 3D experience. The digital building can be manipulated to explore structures or highlight specific types of elements.


The applications made with Vektor platform improve facility efficiency and profitability. It makes locating a fault quick and easy, even at an apartment or specific machine level. Vektor can be used to build a virtual building model that can store different facility information and help analyze systemic faults in the long run.