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City accepted 21 Test in Tallinn projects

At the beginning of last year, Tallinn launched the Test in Tallinn programme, initiated by Mayor Mihhail Kõlvart, inviting companies to test new technologies in urban spaces and systems. The focus was on tests in urban mobility, renewable energy and energy saving. To date, a total of 37 test project applications have been received, of which 21 have been accepted.
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Tallinn offers testing opportunities for sustainable companies

During the year of the European Green Capital, Tallinn invites both domestic and foreign companies to come and test their sustainable products and services suitable for a smart city. Estonian businesses have had the opportunity to test their products in Tallinn as part of the Tallinnovation programme; however, this new programme is also offering the opportunity to conduct innovation projects in an urban environment for foreign businesses. At the beginning of June in Merivälja, innovation firm 10Lines tested car park marking with the help of a robot.
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Tallinn is a City of smart solutions

In the year of the green capital, Tallinn wants to introduce our city to experts in the field and the wider world as a favourable test environment for green innovation and as a competence centre at the European level, where promoters and specialists of the city development and sustainable management model work.