The Estonian Startup Ecosystem Platform exists to connect like-minded individuals, be they support organizations or startups, and facilitate mutual support and service exchanges. More than just a digital platform, it’s a space for convergence, reflecting Estonia’s unique ecosystem characteristics:
Estonian company Elmo, the first to put teledriving technology into service in 2022, has expanded to Helsinki. As a result, Finland became the second country in Europe to have teledriving on its streets and roads.
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HHLA TK Estonia and Fernride, a German developer of autonomous trucks, are testing a unique autonomous port truck in the Muuga container terminal. It has no equivalents in the world, and if the tests are successful, the Muuga project can set a completely new direction in organisation of port operations.
In addition to being the European green capital, Tallinn will also be the capital of green technology of the world in November 13-17. The most innovative ideas from Europe, Asia and the United States will be hosted within the framework of the international technology event NEXPO Tallinn.
Skeleton Technologies secures €108M EUR of financing with top investors including Siemens and Marubeni
Skeleton Technologies closed a €108M funding round that includes Siemens Financial Services (SFS), Marubeni Corporation and other investors. This funding will accelerate the development of next-generation products and finance the manufacturing expansion for supercapacitors and the company’s new high-power battery technology – the SuperBattery.
Tallinn City Government aims to change the procedure for granting the use of municipal assets to simplify the testing of innovation projects within the urban space.
Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering, a member of HD Hyundai Group, invests €45m in Elcogen’s Solid Oxide technology to further deepen the collaboration on emission-free power generation systems as well as green hydrogen production.
Clevon, a global autonomous delivery innovator, and DHL Express Estonia began their partnership in the summer of 2022. Customers have warmly received the service, and the partners are moving towards expanding their collaboration.
A total of seven applications were submitted for the second phase of project evaluations in the Test in Tallinn programme that was started in the European Green Capital year. Six of them were accepted for testing.