Estonian Smart City Cluster London mission 2017

Estonian Smart City Cluster London Mission


Estonian Smart City Cluster and partners (Mobi Lab, Positium, Cityntel, Elisa, Government office of Estonia, Tallinn Science Park Tehnopol, Tallinn University of Technology, Ülemiste Technopolis, Tallinn City Government) had a trade mission to London and Milton Keynes in order to meet the newest smart city technologies on the market, introduce Estonian smart city initiatives and find possibilities for future collaboration. Many interesting meetings and events…
General views of the Transport Systems Catapult driverless car during it's launch in Milton Keynes. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Tuesday October 11, 2016. Photo credit should read: Fabio De Paola/PA Wire



Main objective of the seminar is to initiate public dialogue of how Estonia can benefit from the coming age of a self-driving society. Program: -Estonian Plans in the Field of Self-Driving Cars: Allan Aksiim / Member of Board at Foundation for Future Technologies Henry Kattago / Deputy Strategy Director at the Government Office of Estonia - Harnessing the Autonomous Vehicles Revolution for the Benefit of Estonian…

Offshore wind power conference brought together more than 100 professionals in Tallinn


The conference was opened by Kadri Simson, the Minister of Economy & Communications together with the leaders of the Estonian and German Wind Power Associations – Martin Kruus and Andreas Wellbrock. Offshore wind energy has become a major feature in the Baltic region. Installed capacity is increasing, prices – as seen recently in the awarding of the Kriegers Flak project – are going down to…

BAU 2017 fair turned out to be the meeting point of Estonian construction sector


The fair is considered to be one of the most important ones in the world in its field. There were more than 2000 participants from 42 countries at the fair in 2015 and more than a quarter of a million visitors attended. This year a 26 member Estonian Wooden Houses Cluster’s delegation visited the fair as well and 4 Estonian wooden houses producers were represented…

Estonian ICT Cluster launched a brand-new video


In Estonia, we possess the know-how, vision and the experience to revolutionise the way industries of today operate. In applying Industry 4.0 concepts in practice - „Estonian ICT Cluster“ is the tip of the sword. Source: Estonian Association of Information Technology and Telecommunications
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Seminar: From Sick Care to Health Care


Agenda 10:00-10:30 Coffee and registration 10:30 Introduction to the day 10:45 Preventive solution to keep our kids on healthy side from early on – Good practice from Danish municipalities, presented by Eva Michelle Burchard 11:15 Preventive solution to keep us fit and well – Biody-Xpert, founders: Pierre Perea and Alain Letourneur 11:30 Discussion 1 12:00 Lunch 12:45 From Big DATA to #PrecisionMedicine beyond Cancer –…
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Tallinn Clusters` Club started the year 2017 with a matchmaking event


There was an excellent opportunity for the networking event. Namely, Estonian ICT Cluster hosted in Tallinn an international group of clusters who came to Estonia in the frame of the project „5FOREXCELLENCE“ (funded by the European Union’s COSME Programme) to have a 5-days course about cluster excellence management. The training programme was carried out by Spanish experts from European Foundation for Cluster Excellence. The Foundation now holds…

Coming in Tallinn: WINDFORCE BALTIC SEA 2017


The participants of the conference will receive a comprehensive overview on the latest developments regarding offshore wind power projects around the Baltic Sea. Representatives from Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Poland and Germany present the latest topics of the offshore wind energy industry from their countries point of view. One of the main aims of the conference is the exchange of experiences in topics like…

Winners of HIVdigital competition announced


According to the words of Grete Kikas, project manager of Diagnostic Match, which was awarded 40 000 Euros, last three months were spent for developing a prototype based on the idea. „Thanks to excellent synergy and commitment of the team and cooperation partners, our idea has reached the phase, where we could present a really functioning prototype. In three months we have digitalised more than 400 diagnostic codes…

Save the date: 3rd call for Interreg Europe projects opens on 1 March 2017


The detailed terms of reference will be available on our website in January 2017. You can already learn more about the details of our previous calls and browse the programme manual. In the meantime, we suggest you join the Interreg Europe community, publish your project idea and find partners that are interested in similar themes as you. Potential applicants can also evaluate their project idea's relevance for Interreg Europe by using…