An innovation competition hopes to find smart city solutions in Tallinn

The city of Tallinn and the Tehnopol Science and Business Park have announced a Tallinnovation innovation competition to find smart city solutions; the size of the innovation fund in 2020 is €50,000.

Tehnopol, the largest research and business park in Estonia, said in a statement that the organisers hope to support new smart city solutions that “will make the city of Tallinn more modern, more people-friendly, more cost-efficient and more open”.

“The effort should stimulate cooperation between the city and technology firms, creating opportunities to use innovative software products and services. The competition presents a challenge to all companies to find new innovative ideas and solutions after the coronavirus crisis,” Tehnopol, that organises the competition on behalf of the Tallinn city government, said. A representative of the city government added that the “goal is to make Tallinn a balanced, green and safe urban environment for its citizens”.

Read the full story at estonianworld.com.

Victoria Krisman
Victoria Krisman is Interactive Media Specialist and Communications Manager for the Intelligent Community Forum.
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