The daily brief: 25 June 2019
All the daily Finnish business news that works: Enersize, Halton, Caverion and Outotec make headlines.
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.
Angular Velocity has an eagle eye on sports
Finland’s Angular Velocity has completely transformed various aspects of bowling, ranging from practice to ball development, codification and broadcasting. Next it intends to do the same in other sports.
Do I know you?
Originally from China, Alexander Yin has steadily built a career in finance in Finland, pioneering solutions that have caught the attention and collaboration of Alibaba and Finnair along the way.
Safera cooks up a treat with smart kitchen sensor
No timer set, extractor hood off and no one is watching over the hot stove. These are common mishaps for many home cooks, but Finnish tech company Safera is coming to their rescue.
IN PICTURES: The weekend wrap
Finnish visual arts get down to business as musicians put out more of the good stuff. Take a look at the past seven days in entertainment from a Finnish perspective.
Finnish universities are among the world’s best
The prestigious Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) ranking has listed the University of Helsinki as the world’s 107th best, with a further eight Finnish institutions making the list.
My career: From start to Finnish
Pete Stockley, UK
Senior learning systems specialist