Valossa secures USD 2 million funding

September 7, 2017

Finnish deep content firm Valossa has closed a two million-US dollar funding round that will help the company meet demand for its AI video intelligence products.

Finnish Q navigation takes boating world by storm

September 5, 2017

The Q Experience navigation system developed by Finnish company Nextfour Solutions continues to make waves internationally with another major boat manufacturer adopting it into use.

Yepzon to go global with Orange

August 31, 2017

Finnish wearable tracker developer Yepzon has signed an agreement with Orange Business Services.

VTT steers ship of the future to safety

June 20, 2017

VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland is developing safe steering technology for navigation systems that will automatically steer the remote monitored and controlled ships of the future.

VTT’s autonomous cars hit the roads

May 19, 2017

The automated cars ‘Marilyn’ and ‘Martti’, developed by VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, have been road tested and are exchanging information with each other.

Huhtamäki’s smart cup at our disposal

March 17, 2017

Finnish food and drink packaging company Huhtamäki has unveiled its new Adtone single-use paper cup with a digitilised connection, handy for promotional purposes.

Nokia 3310 is back again

February 27, 2017

HMD Global has unveiled a new generation of Nokia smartphones at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.

DoCover lands a “dream deal” with Real Madrid

February 16, 2017

Finnish startup DoCover can commence using football club Real Madrid’s logo on its products, which are mobile device screen protectors decorated with holograms.

New Nokia phone to see daylight in China

January 9, 2017

HMD Global is launching its first smartphone, Nokia 6, exclusively in China through JD.com. The phone will be available early this year.

Enevo to collect trash with Glasdon in UK

September 12, 2016

Finland-based smart waste management company Enevo’s sensors are set to be installed in British Glasdon’s street litter bins.

Robbo’s code of learning has no limits

July 22, 2016

This Finnish-Russian company has developed robotics that enable users to develop their coding skills in the classroom and beyond.