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Estonian logistics startup Cleveron launches a robot with two temperature zones

The Estonian logistics startup, Cleveron, has introduced a grocery robot with two temperature zones that, according to the company, would make grocery delivery cheaper and more convenient. According to the company, the standard model of the robot is a single temperature unit with an adjustable internal temperature between +2 °C …

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An Estonian student company launches a home composting pilot project

A former Estonian student company, Wastefox, is launching a home composting pilot project in the Estonian capital, Tallinn, saying it’s the largest of its kind in Europe. The project, called Rohering (“the Green Circle” in Estonian), involves 150 fast composters to be distributed to the residents of Tallinn. The project …

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Estonian technology to be part of the European Space Agency’s mission for the first time

Researchers from the University of Tartu are participating in an international space mission with the European Space Agency to intercept a comet; it’s the first time Estonian technology is to be part of the ESA’s mission, the university said in a statement. The objective of the mission, named Comet Interceptor, …

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Every fifth child under the age of three in Estonia uses smartphone daily

Smartphones are becoming an ever-larger part of the lives of small children in Estonia – parents use the devices to entertain and educate the children, but also as a virtual nanny, as the first study of digital habits of toddlers in Estonia shows. This article is published in collaboration with Research …

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A story of the Estonian Song Celebration arch you probably did not know

Estonia’s cherished Song Celebrations take place under the famous arch at the Tallinn Song Festival Grounds – but how was the arch built? The first Song Celebration stage at its current location in Tallinn was built in 1928. It was designed by Karl Burman and provided space for 15,000 performers. …

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Estonian technology park to host a large high-performance computing centre

Estonian Enefit Technology Park is to host a high-performance computing centre that the company says is the largest in Northern Europe. Burfa Tech, an IT company operating in Estonia mainly in the field of equipment for cryptocurrency mining, will develop the largest high-performance computing centre in Northern Europe, the company …

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Estonian customer service startup raises USD1.9 million to expand its marketing

Klaus, an Estonian company that produces a conversation review and quality assurance platform for customer service teams, closed a USD1.9 million seed round, saying the investment is aimed at doubling development power and expanding marketing efforts. The investment was led by Creandum, a European venture capital firm, with participation from …

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Estonian student chemists win at an international university startups’ festival in Russia

Young entrepreneurs from the Tallinn University of Technology won the first prize with their food products temperature indicator Timey at an international student startups’ festival in St Petersburg, Russia. From 24-28 June, HSE St Petersburg – a subsidiary of the Moscow-based Higher School of Economics – hosted the International University …

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Estonian startup Veriff to verify customers in a Berlin public transport app

The Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe (BVG), the main public transport company of Berlin, the German capital, chose the Estonian online identity verification startup, Veriff, to verify people’s identities in Jelbi, BVG’s freshly launched mobility app. Jelbi covers Berlin’s entire public transportation system, scooters, bikes, ride-hailing and car sharing, as well as traditional taxis. BVG …

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Estonian-founded AI startup Realeyes raises USD12.4 million to fund expansion into Japan

The Estonian-founded, London-based AI startup, Realeyes, has raised USD12.4 million to fund its expansion into Japan. The investment is led by current investor Draper Esprit and NTT DOCOMO Ventures, the venture capital arm of NTT DOCOMO, Japan’s leading mobile operator. They are joined by Global Brain, the largest venture capital …

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