New smart mobility experimentations for Jätkäsaari selected

This year, Jätkäsaari will be used to test new kinds of hobby and sports transports, the shared use of cargo bikes, light local logistics and a smart pedestrian crossing.

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FINEST Twins – €32 million European funding for the creation of a Smart City Research & Innovation Centre of Excellence

Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech), FINEST Twins’ coordinator, along with Aalto University, Forum Virium Helsinki and the Estonian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications, have obtained €15 Millions of funding from the EU Horizon 2020 in addition to €17 million in co-financing earmarked by the Government of Estonia.

Air quality matters – Join the Air Quality Troops!

What kind of air are you breathing? Collect air quality data for your residential area easily and in a fun way – and win film tickets! We’ll provide you with the necessary sensor and instructions. Your efforts will help make Helsinki a clean, pleasant and functional city!

Agile piloting results in informative cooperation between a startup, upper secondary school and its pupils

Last autumn saw the launch of 10 agile pilots in Helsinki’s schools, in which solutions offered by companies are tested in practice to address challenges presented by teachers. One of the participating companies is Work Pilots, which specialises in digital job-seeking.

Want to learn about robot buses and autonomous cars? Attend these FABULOS webinars!

In 2019, six webinar sessions will be organised on robot bus topics introducing basic concepts, specific terminology and technologies commonly encountered in the field of automated mobility.

5 steps to adopt the Enfuser air quality model

The FMI-Enfuser is a novel air quality model developed by the Finnish Meteorological Institute that combines dispersion modelling techniques, information fusion algorithms and statistical approaches. Here are five steps for getting started with modelled air quality data.

Finland’s most urban smart mobility test area established in Helsinki’s Jätkäsaari

The Jätkäsaari Smart Mobility project offers SMEs based in the Helsinki region a chance to pilot new technologies and services. In addition to this, the upcoming Mobility Lab will also benefit other companies, researchers and the development of mobility as a whole.

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Helsinki has opened procurement for a robotbus – offer now!

Sohjoa Baltic project promotes emission-lowering, last mile public transportation smart mobility solutions across Baltic Sea Region. The project’s automated, electric minibus piloting in Helsinki is calling for service providers capable of operating such vehicle in urban areas, to leave their bids by 8th March, 2019.

Social robot for medicine delivery to support the work of nurses

The aim of the Social Robots for Medicine Delivery project is to develop a robot that can not only assist in medicine delivery at care institutions, but also provide clients with opportunities for social interaction.

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Offer your AR/VR solution and pilot it in a 5G environment in Helsinki

Does your company have an AR/VR solution that would be suitable for urban use and could utilise the 5G network? We are looking to purchase pilots for as much as EUR 8,000. Submit your offer of an AR/VR solution by 19 April!