Helsinki unveils app to help cyclists and pedestrians avoid pollution
The Green Paths route-planning app delivers cyclists and pedestrians recommendations based on real-time data on air quality and noise levels in various parts of the metropolitan area, enabling them to avoid the busiest, noisiest and most polluted routes and reach their destination as quickly as possible.
All roads lead to smart mobility
Finnish companies are helping the world to overtake the traditional and accelerate into a new era of mobility with safe, efficient and sustainable transport design.
DAILY BRIEF: Accelerating sustainability, biotech, 5G, hangover remedy, logistics and education
All the daily Finnish business news that works: Faron Pharmaceuticals, Nokia, Health Hack Labs, Nurminen Logistics, Fortum, School Day, New Nordic School, Kide Science and FAN Nordic Hub make headlines.
Designers of autonomous bus GACHA win recognition
The technical solutions enabling the self-driving bus to operate rain, snow or shine have earned Sensible 4 The Finnish Engineering Award, a 30 000-euro prize given annually to engineering or architectural work that has advanced technical competence in Finland.
DAILY BRIEF: Golf’s little helper, support for beauty salons, investments, logistics and game awards
All the daily Finnish business news that works: Timma, EKE-Electronics, Playgreen Finland, Youredi, Golf GameBook, Remedy and Hempuli make headlines.
DAILY BRIEF: Supplies and innovation during the pandemic, e-sports, security and music creation
All the daily Finnish business news that works: Finnair, Fortum, Telia, Genelec and Karsa make headlines.
DAILY BRIEF: Significant funding, a partnership begins, gas is supplied and a trio taste success
All the daily Finnish business news that works: Tactotek, Howspace, Qentinel, Gasum, Solteq, Nokia and WordDive make headlines.
Five for Friday: Logistics
Finland has developed some innovative solutions to improve the efficiency of the logistics industry and is well on its way to becoming a game-changer in the field.
Robot buses to hit the streets in Helsinki
The multinational Sohjoa Baltic project has established a bus route in Helsinki for its autonomous electrical buses in a trial that will last until September.
Cargo transport is a lot cooler thanks to Finnair
An 80 million-euro investment is ensuring that Finnish national carrier Finnair is at the forefront of logistics automation and technical expertise.
Record-breaking Port of Helsinki is Europe’s busiest
The Port of Helsinki has retained its position as the busiest international passenger port in Europe and broken a decade-old record in annual cargo traffic.