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Signing a Memorandum of Understanding with City of Tallinn


Port of Tallinn and the Urban Planning Department of the City of Tallinn signed a memorandum of understanding (hereinafter “MoU”), declaring mutual interest of the parties in developing Old City Harbour area into a modern, attractive and lively city center, with high-quality public space. According to the MoU, Port of Tallinn and the Urban Planning Department of the City of Tallinn will make a joint…
06.06.18 Challenges facing creative industries

Open seminar: Challenges facing creative industries


Open seminar with Fashion Tech speaker Ricardo O’Nascimento (Brazil). Seminar is moderated by Jaak Raie, CEO of Tallinn Science Park Tehnopol. Wearable technology can be used to create new experiences and engage people. Wearables are transforming the way we communicate. Clothes are becoming a key interface for graphic and kinetic expression and conforming to our moods and feelings – they become intelligent. In our seminar…
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Revolutionising a sector and focusing on Smart Health


It is estimated that IoT-enabled Smart Health solutions could deliver savings of €99 billion in the European Union in the years to come. By delivering insights into levels of fitness and levels of clinical care provided, by supporting the remote monitoring of patients, and managing the prevention of diseases more efficiently, IoT can considerably help improving people’s healthcare experience. Given the existing healthcare priorities in…

EUREKA Innovation Days in Helsinki, Finlandia Hall, on (21-) 22 – 24 May 2018


Dear Estonian enterprises and networkers This year Finland is chairing EUREKA, which connects the national innovation funding organisations from all European countries, from Estonia we have Enterprise Estonia as a member. The conference is an excellent opportunity for Estonian companies to meet companies from other European countries, and plan development projects and business collaborations. Especially digitalization is our theme on Wednesday (23 May) with the…

International Conference Industry 4.0 in practice, June 7.-8 2018


In June 2018 Tallinn hosts a high level conference that brings together senior decision makers from industries and top experts of ICT companies. We will continue the tradition of Industry 4.0 in Practice conference and target the challenges in putting Industry 4.0 into practice. You are sincerely invited to take part in the event on June 7-8. The conference program is taking shape at the…
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ADAPTER – connecting research and business


ADAPTER is a network of Estonian universities, research and development organizations, providing a quick and reliable link for companies and organizations to the research and development community. ADAPTER is a one-stop-shop that enables to present an inquiry to Estonian research and development institutions. ADAPTER offers an opportunity to: submit inquiries to all participating universities, research and development organizations at once or find yourself a suitable cooperation…
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Hospitals and Pharmaceutical Companies Contribute to Patient-Centered Digital Solutions


„Our first successful initiative was a year-long program focusing on HIV. Through active collaboration between Connected Health, Estonian Ministry of Social Affairs, GlaxoSmithKline and HIV clinics, two new companies were founded. Diagnostic Match helps doctors identify patients that have been infected, so that the patients would receive treatment as early as possible, live a full life, and avoid infecting others. hINF makes the life of… showcases what Estonian technology firms have to offer the world


“Estonia has developed a reputation as a source of information and communication technology solutions, but in order to allow interested parties from around the world to find out more about our IT firms, products, and services, there needs to be better presentation than there has been until now,” explains Estonian ICT cluster manager, Doris Põld, on the history behind the launch of is…

Save the Date: Smart City for the Citizens 2018: Urban Mobility


This year's program will mostly focus on urban mobility: how to use data for planning public transport in the cities, which are the best intelligent transport system practices in the world, how to engage citizens in urban planning and inform them about temporary changes etc. We are looking forward to many interesting speakers and lots of networking! Program and registration will follow soon - until…

Tehnopol seminar about Finnish and Swedish Smart City solutions and public procurements


 on 16 January 2018 at 14:00 - 16:30 at Tallinn Science Park Tehnopol, UK lounge, Mäealuse 2/1, Tallinn. Agenda: Petra Ärlsjö – Swedish public procurements on Smart City solutions, examples of smart City Solutions already in use in Sweden Sami Uusitalo - Finnish public procurements on Smart City solutions, examples of smart City solutions already in use in Finland Networking Speakers: Petra Ärlsjö Ms. Petra…