|World class education in science, maths and IT.|
|Significant, export-oriented engineering and electronics sectors.|
|World class IT skills, from software to control systems and cyber security.|
|Full collaborative ecosystem for R&D, prototyping and production.|
|Estonian mechatronics solutions attract global clients, awards and funding.|
Estonia has a sizeable and growing Mechatronics industry thanks to its ability to integrate world-class expertise in mechanical engineering, electronics and IT. European leaders Enics and Stoneridge trust Estonia to provide high quality, cost-effective, on-time solutions for their global client base.
In mechanical engineering Estonia has a 25 year track record of high-value production, testing and assembly for global markets. Ericsson and ABB trust Estonia to produce complex telecommunications, power and industrial solutions. A significant contract manufacturing sector is experienced and certified to provide intricate components and complex systems to space, transportation and offshore sectors.
Estonia’s electronics capability, developed over 70 years, today includes R&D, prototyping, precision production and assembly of PCBs, supercapacitors, transformers and semiconductors. European leaders Enics, PKC Group and Stoneridge provide cost-effective, on-time solutions to global clients from Estonia.
Estonia’s world-class IT capability ensures technology is seamlessly integrated. Historic skills in industrial automation and cyber security are augmented by developments in data analytics, connected networks and the Blockchain. Estonia is at the cutting edge of sensor, control software and location technology R&D for autonomous vehicles.
Homegrown innovations increasingly attract global clients, awards and funding. Starship Technologies is a strategic partner to Daimler AG in the smart van-robotic delivery solutions. Cleveron parcel delivery solutions are used globally by the likes of Walmart. Software apps allow clients to personalise service and provide real-time data to business on performance and preferences.
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Estonia developed X-Road, its proprietary decentralised, distributed system in 2001 and has utilised Blockchain since 2008. World-class technical skills supported by practical experience implementing public and permissioned Blockchain’s place Estonia at the forefront of the emerging Blockchain economy.
Estonia has a diversified energy sector which comprises long-standing expertise in oil shale, a sizeable renewables sector and growing CleanTech capability. World-class expertise within a highly digital, pro-business environment will see Estonia play a leading role in the energy revolution
Estonia has a sizeable food industry which benefits from ecological raw materials, skilled workers and modern production facilities. With an established export capability and growing application of food science and technology, Estonia is the ideal location for export and R&D oriented investment.
Estonia has one of Europe’s largest bioeconomies, including world leading expertise in forest-based activity. Supported by high-quality natural resources, ultra-high use of IT and supportive policy making, Estonia offers a range of production and innovation opportunities.
Estonia is a world leader in identity cards and mobile and device-independent e-ID solutions. Based on ultra-high encryption and user convenience, e-ID can be used to vote, sign smart contracts, make contactless payments and is being adopted by business and governments globally.
Estonia is a cashless society with over 99% of financial transactions occurring digitally and electronic ID and Blockchain utilised daily. 80+ FinTechs ranging from innovative startups such as TransferWise to Blockchain leader Guardtime make Estonia a global centre of excellence for FinTech.
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