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.
Sensible 4 and MUJI create all-weather robotbus
Finnish startup Sensible 4 and Japanese lifestyle brand MUJI are together launching an autonomous shuttle bus capable of operating in all weather conditions.
ConFoot gives container handling new legs
Handling a 30-tonne shipping container is typically a task for heavy-duty equipment. This Finnish transport innovation makes it a one-person job.