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An Estonian-developed air quality monitor evaluates the spreading of the coronavirus

An Estonian company has come up with an air quality monitoring solution that can be used to assess indoor air quality and ventilation efficiency in real time, helping evaluate the danger of spreading the novel coronavirus; the solution has now been deployed at a Tallinn school. The company, Thinnect, says …

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Estonian robotics company Milrem launches an autonomous counter unmanned aerial system

The Estonian robotics developer, Milrem Robotics, together with Marduk Technologies, an unmanned aerial systems’ provider, has launched a mobile autonomous counter unmanned aerial system – or C-UAS – that offers protection against loitering munition and surveillance drones. The jointly developed system features the electro-optical C-UAS platform Marduk Shark and the …

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An Estonian farm management software provider goes to Australia

An Estonian startup that provides farm management software has announced its entry to the Australian market. eAgronom, a company founded in Estonia in 2016, said in a statement that its software is a complete cloud-based farm management platform for grain growers and agronomists. “It helps growers keep farm records in …

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An Estonian IT company to create ticket sales solution for Lithuanian railway

The Estonian IT company, Turnit, has signed a deal with LTG Link, a passenger transportation unit of Lithuanian Railways, enabling Lithuanian train passengers to buy tickets using a mobile application. Under the five-year agreement, the entire Lithuanian train ticket sales will be moved to the Turnit’s cloud-based solution called Ride. …

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An Estonian-developed e-service system goes live in Ukraine

The Estonian-origin backbone for government e-services – the Trembita system – has gone live in Ukraine and connects more than 80 authorities and local governments, working as the basis of the most popular digital services. To date, more than 180 interactions have been established between electronic registers and information systems …

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The EC and Estonia’s Garage48 to organise a health challenge hackathon

The European Commission, together with the Estonian startup organisation, Garage48, and Civitta, a consulting firm, are organising a pan-European hackathon to look for innovative smart health solutions and support Europe’s recovery from the novel coronavirus epidemic. The hackathon, dubbed “Data 4 Healthy Recovery”, is to take place from 18-20 June, …

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Rolls-Royce to potentially build a nuclear power station in Estonia

Rolls-Royce, a British engineering giant, and Fermi Energia, an Estonian energy company, have signed a memorandum of understanding to study the potential for the deployment of affordable, compact nuclear power stations in Estonia.  The study will cover all aspects of deployment including grid suitability, cooling, emergency planning, human resources, licensing …

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An Estonian company claims its wearable UV air purifier disinfects air

An Estonian company has invented a wearable ultra-violet air purifier that, it claims, disinfects air without one needed to wear a face covering. “Our patent-pending UV-C module breaks down and inactivates the DNA and RNA of harmful viruses, and blows 99% of purified air to the front of your face,” …

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An Irish-Estonian housing partnership seeks to solve the housing crisis in Ireland

The Estonian building configuration startup, Creatomus, is partnering with the Irish automated housing-plan platform Opoplan, to help solve the urgent housing crisis in the Emerald Isle. The partnership, called “Archi – Tech Pathfinder,” will offer technology-based solutions for building modular houses and follow on with a future supply chain management …

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Researchers are designing a smart face mask

Researchers from seven countries, including Estonia, envision future reusable and self-disinfecting face masks, based on smart nanotechnology. According to the plan, these 3D-printed masks will be more comfortable to wear, have excellent filtration efficiency, self-disinfection capacity and an integrated humidity dissipation system, the University of Tartu, Estonia’s pre-eminent university, said …

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