Knights of Nordics matches Espoo's rising stars of deep tech with investors
Enter Espoo organised its annual event, Knights of Nordics, at the Nokia Executive Experience Center, Castrén & Snellman, and House of Nobility on 28–29 November 2023. Knights of Nordics is about matching startups with the right investors while building trust and friendships.
Aalto University develops the first mobile network-based Ambient Internet of Things (AIoT) prototype
Aalto University pioneers the first mobile network-based Ambient Internet of Things (AIoT) prototype, offering an efficient data transfer solution for IoT applications that saves energy and costs. (Mikko Raskinen, Aalto University)
ICEYE selected to provide near real-time natural disaster data for the Australian Government
The Australian Government has chosen ICEYE to provide real-time flood and bushfire data across all states and territories in the nation. The Espoo-based startup is the leading provider of solutions and information related to natural disasters.
SemiQon gets €2.5 million grant funding from EIC with Qblox
The European Innovation Council approved a €2.5M grant for SemiQon and Qblox. The project, led by SemiQon, aims to build efficient silicon spin-qubits and sustainable control tools. SemiQon is an Espoo-based world-class developer of silicon quantum processors and Qblox a Dutch provider of scalable, modular qubit control stacks.
Otaniemi's planned smart pole network to transform data collection and utilisation
The smart pole network would be a testing platform for 6G and other smart infrastructure systems. In the future, the network would enable autonomous transportation, new safety solutions, smart lighting and more. (Image: Aalto University, Mikko Raskinen)
Espoo-based quantum scientists create a nanodevice for precise measurement of microwave radiation
Quantum scientists from Aalto University, VTT, IQM, and Bluefors have created a nanodevice for the precise measurement of the absolute power of microwave radiation at extremely low temperatures. This breakthrough may greatly enhance microwave measurements in quantum technology. (Image: Aalto University, Mikko Raskinen)