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Estonian cyber security company among the winners of the NATO Defence Innovation Challenge

The Estonian cyber security company, CybExer Technologies, has been selected as one of the winners of the NATO Defence Innovation Challenge. In its third annual iteration, the NATO agency’s contest highlights new technologies that strengthen the alliance’s cyber capabilities and serve as a reference point for defence companies around the …

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Estonian IT company launches a precision infrastructure monitoring service

The Estonian IT company, Datel, has launched a service that allows users to remotely monitor the shifts and subsidence of infrastructure globally with a precision of up to one millimetre – thus helping prevent accidents. The service, called Sille, uses data from the European Union satellites and can detect the …

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Estonia’s Guardtime delivers a specialised cyber exercise for the UK civil nuclear sector

The Estonian-founded, Amsterdam-based software security company, Guardtime, has planned and executed a custom cyber exercise for the UK civil nuclear sector. The exercise was run on the Estonian Defence Forces’ cyber range, complemented with actual industrial control systems simulating a nuclear power plant, the company said in a statement. “Live …

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Estonia joins a European blockchain partnership

Twenty-two European countries, including Estonia, on 10 April signed a declaration with the aim to establish a European blockchain partnership that sets the terms for cooperation to exchange experience and expertise in technical and regulatory fields. The declaration also prepares the signatory nations for the launch of EU-wide blockchain applications …

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Estonian ICT company Cybernetica to participate in the first project backed by the European Defence Fund

Cybernetica, an Estonian ICT company that researches, develops and manufactures software solutions, maritime surveillance and radio communications systems, will participate in the pan-European military research programme OCEAN2020. The Estonian company will participate in the research programme with a consortium of 42 European companies, led by the Italian aerospace and defence …

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Fanvestory co-founder has found home again in Estonia

Birgit Karus, a co-founder of Fanvestory, a platform for music copyrights, talks about disrupting the music industry, being a female entrepreneur and what it takes to start something of your own. This article is commercial content, paid for by Fanvestory. “If you don’t like solving problems, don’t become an entrepreneur,” …

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Gallery: Nostalgia for summer at the Tallinn Motor Show 2018

With above-freezing temperatures just around the corner, Tallinn’s Saku Suurhall hosted a motorcycle fair. The powersports show, focussed mostly on two-wheeled fun, brought together exhibits from major dealers, including a few exciting new models unveiled for the 2018 riding season. The Tallinn Motor Show competes with the longer-running Motoexotica show …

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Tennis player Andy Murray invests in an Estonian company

Tennis player Andy Murray has invested into the Estonian financial technology company, Investly, the company announced. According to the company, Murray has made investments into high-potential UK companies before. The founder of Investly, Siim Maivel, said in a statement that Murray’s investment into his company is a “great recognition” for …

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Estonia’s Milrem introduces the next generation autonomous vehicle

The Estonian defence solutions provider, Milrem Robotics, has introduced the next generation THeMIS unmanned ground vehicle, intended specifically for desert terrain and hot climates. The company introduced the vehicle in Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates, at the Unmanned Systems Exhibition and Conference. The vehicle went through rigorous tests in …

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