Mayors provided an overview of cooperation projects between Tallinn and Helsinki, including development of green twins and circular economy solutions.
Mayor of Tallinn Mihhail Kõlvart launched the Test in Tallinn initiative to welcome companies around the world to test their smart solutions on the streets of Tallinn in three focus areas: mobility, energy efficiency and renewable energy.
In January 2023, Guardtime was awarded a contract to leverage blockchain technology to improve the availability of space traffic data in a secure and verifiable way.
Estonia is again proving itself as the ideal testbed for tech: HHLA to test its automated container terminal solution near Tallinn
A large-scale pilot project for highly automated and electric container logistics will be launched at HHLA TK Estonia terminal at Muuga, near Tallinn, in 2023. It aims to develop solutions for the gradual automation of trucks within live operations.
The Tallinn Transport Authority and the city of Tartu are participating in a joint project to implement Mobility as a Service (MaaS) to connect public and private transport between Tallinn and Tartu.
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.
The Estonian micromobility sector is at the forefront of the green economy and the liveable world revolution. By creating convenient access points, manufacturing durable products made with recyclable parts, and exploring new avenues to stay green in-house, Estonian micromobility startups are committed to a greener world.
The City of Tallinn and Cleveron Mobility AS sign a cooperation agreement that will allow the company, which develops unmanned robotic couriers, to provide parcel delivery services in the Old Town.
With offering nearly 10 000 jobs and 134M EUR paid in employment taxes accompanied by 1,5B EUR turnover generated and 1,2B EUR investments raised, the Estonian startup sector is stepping towards the end of 2022 strong with steady growth. Let’s dig deeper into the first three quarters of 2022 in the Estonian startup scene.
The Tallinnovation competition, which supports smart city solutions, received ten applications this year. The city of Tallinn, along with the Tehnopol Science and Business Park, chose four winners from among the ten applicants. The winners will receive 100,000 euros of investment, which is a record-breaking sum.