Get Home Safely – User Questionnaire

Get Home Safely -projektissa kehitetään älyvalojärjestelmä, jolla lisätään keskeneräisten kaupunkialueiden turvallisuutta ja viihtyisyyttä.

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!

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We’re hiring a project development manager

We are looking for a Project Development Manager to join our world-class international research funding team in key EU R&I funding instruments. Apply by 14th of October!


Get Home Safely smart lights being piloted at Hyväntoivonpuisto in Jätkäsaari

The EU-funded Get Home Safely project’s smart lights can be tested in the built portion of Hyväntoivonpuisto park in Jätkäsaari from 15 to 31 October. Register as a test user!

Could an app nudge you towards a sustainable lifestyle?

How could a digital service help improve people’s carbon footprints? Susanna Ollila from Kuudes shares some ideas on this blog.


Helsinki residents feel positive about robot buses

Sohjo Baltic pilot in Vuosaari attracts 2000 robot bus customers in one summer. Helsinki is moving fast forward on autonomous public transportation.

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Forum Virium Helsinki is an immensely popular urban development partner

Companies, cities and research institutions recommend collaboration with Forum Virium Helsinki. The Net Promoter Score was 73 in the company's recent interest survey.

Estonia adopts journey planning service for passengers, first developed in Helsinki, Finland – speeding up cross border development between both countries

Estonia and Finland will both benefit from the new cross-border development co-operation for the journey planning service, gaining shared knowledge and an improved passenger experience – a significant outcome of EU-based project FinEst Smart Mobility.

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Ride a robot bus to the beach in Helsinki, one of the world’s most active test cities for robot buses

This year, you can get on a self-driving bus in living lab district Kalasatama and on a record-long 2.5 km route in the most eastern district Vuosaari. 

Launchpad brings together expertise in smart mobility

You can still visit the Jätkäsaari Smart Mobility pop-up container Launchpad at Maria 01 startup campus until the end of September. The container is managed by Forum Virium Helsinki’s project partner Metropolia University of Applied Sciences.