VTT’s autonomous cars hit the roads
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
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
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
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
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
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
This Finnish-Russian company has developed robotics that enable users to develop their coding skills in the classroom and beyond.
Yepzon gathers over EUR 1 million in financing
Finnish technology company Yepzon has accumulated financing for growth and product development in the amount of over one million euros.
Quuppa partners with Proxicon
Finnish intelligent location specialists, Quuppa, have announced a partnership with Proxicon, a UK-based indoor positioning solution provider.
Optofidelity accelerates growth in the US and China
Finnish Optofidelity, a company specialised in user interface testing systems for touch devices, has agreed on a 3.6 million euro funding to accelerate growth in the US and China.
Enevo helps Rotterdam to boost waste management efficiency
The municipality of Rotterdam will introduce the second phase of a waste management data analytics and route planning project with Finnish Enevo and its Dutch partner TWS.