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PICTURES: Estonian startup produces three-wheel electric vehicles

A new Estonian startup, called Nobe (“quick” in English), is producing new vintage-inspired three-wheel electric vehicles. The company’s mission is to “change people’s perceptions and driving habits by making the electric car look stylish, timeless and sustainable”, the Tallinn-based Tehnopol Startup Incubator said. The company’s vehicles are upgradeable and recyclable. …

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An Estonian company wins a European competition for energy startups

The Estonian company, Zubax Robotics, won this year’s edition of PowerUp! – a European competition for energy, cleantech, mobility, cybersecurity and smart city startups in Central and Eastern Europe. Zubax beat startups from across Europe and was awarded for its solution that provides 10% more energy-efficient electric motor controllers for …

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Estonian company to provide satellite monitoring to a Spanish engineering corporation

The Estonian IT company, Datel, has signed a collaboration agreement with the Spanish multinational engineering corporation, Tecnatom, to provide technological solutions for satellite monitoring of strategic and critical infrastructures. The agreement covers several development areas to provide solutions to different industrial markets, such as nuclear power plants, railway infrastructures and …

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London’s Victoria and Albert Museum puts the Estonian e-residency card on display

The Victoria and Albert Museum, one of the leading art and design museums in the world, has put the Estonian e-residency card on display in its latest exhibition. “The Future Starts Here” is a new exhibition at the museum in London that challenges visitors to consider how cutting-edge technology will …

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Canada and Estonia to foster digital cooperation

Canada and Estonia have signed a memorandum of understanding on digital cooperation, aiming to work together on joint projects. The new partnership was signed during the Estonian prime minister, Jüri Ratas’s, visit to Ottawa on 28 May. Welcomed by his Canadian counterpart, Justin Trudeau, Ratas became the first Estonian prime minister …

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New initiatives try to woo girls and young women into the ICT industry

New Estonian initiatives are trying to come up with ways to woo more girls and young women to become interested in the information and communication technology industry and to break stereotypes as if it were only a man’s playground. Information and communication technology is the fastest-growing industry in Estonia, with …

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Latitude59 tech conference to feature almost 100 speakers from 20 countries

The Estonian tech and startup conference, Latitude59, is to take place from 24-25 May and will feature close to 100 speakers from 20 countries. The event, taking place at Kultuurikatel in Tallinn, Estonia, will present a programme covering 13 different topics, including “Tech, democracy and the future”; “The future of …

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Liisi Esse: Estonia has a strong reputation as a tech leader in Silicon Valley

Liisi Esse, an associate curator for Estonian and Baltic Studies at Stanford University, says that Estonia has a strong reputation as a tech leader in Silicon Valley and the number of people who do not know anything about Estonia is surprisingly small. Estonian World caught up with Liisi Esse, the …

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