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Koduandur, which received funding from the Tallinnovation contest, makes the daily lives of elderly people and their loved ones less stressful

The Tallinnovation project was organised through a collaboration between the science and business park Tehnopol and Tallinn City. Koduandur was among the recipients chosen to receive funding for piloting its project. Recently, 20 Tallinn residents had the opportunity to test the combined services of Koduandur and Kodunupp for free in their daily lives.

Estonia: The Robotic Realm

In Estonia, you will meet robots operating everywhere, and people love them and help if needed. Estonia has chosen a route of robotics and is rolling right on it.
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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.