Green IT seminar
June 3rd, 9.00-13.00
Viktoria Centre, Keevise 6, Tallinn, Estonia
Never before has industry taken such large steps towards making production more green. Working on sustainable solutions has provided new opportunities for both the industrial and ICT sectors. Cooperation between these different sectors, as well as between countries, has been encouraged by the Green Industry Innovation programme of Norway Grants, which supports green business ideas and new environmental technologies.
Norway has proudly maintained a leading role in funding such sustainable solutions, and has successfully managed to spread this knowledge, and a green way of thinking, to countries all over Europe. The funded projects have been mostly within green product development: green IT, e-health, green transport and energy management systems.
This year’s Green IT seminar, on June 3rd, will relate stories of partnership and the realization of ideas in green industry innovation. But it will not stop there. Many more new ideas await discovery by today’s brightest minds and strongest performers!
Come, get inspired by the events of ICT Week Tallinn, meet potential partners, and become familiar with e-Estonia!
ICT Week is a week full of high-powered conferences and special events that will bring ICT experts, visionaries, entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, government leaders from all over the world to Estonia. Come, get inspired by the events of ICT Week Tallinn, meet potential partners, and become familiar with e-Estonia!
The Green ICT seminar is free of charge for all participants.
+372 627 9421
Moderator : Raul Parusk
9.00 Welcoming note
Hanno Tomberg, CEO of Enterprise Estonia
Dagfinn Sørli, Ambassador of Norway in Estonia
9.15 Anita Krohn Traaseth, CEO of Innovation Norway
9.45 Urmas Lepik, Innovation Norway, Senior Adviser
IT business and funding possibilities between Estonia and Norway, cooperation experiences
10.00 Andres Osula, CEO of T-Grupp
Tsolutions – perfect sales tool for passenger transport industry
10.15 Märt Pikkani, Skeleton Technologies, Head of Module Development
Supercapacitor module development for smart energy storage systems
10.30 Andrus Altrov, Affecto Estonia, Managing Director
eServices for Patients and Family Doctors
10.45 – 11.00 Break
11.00 Pille Muni, Omniva, Project Manager
Paperless World: The come back of Estonian e-tiger
11.15 Jaan Tepp, CEO of Energy Saving Bureau
Enisef: a new platform for energy management
11.30 Kalle Kukk, Elering, Business Strategy Manager
Smart grid data sharing platform Estfeed
11.45 Kari Maripuu, CEO of BrightSpark
Demand Response – Smart energy monitoring
12.00 Closing of the seminar
12.10 – 13.00 Lunch
13.00 – 16.00 Site visits and networking (optional)
Site visits are free of charge, registration is required
Option 1 – Ülemiste City study tour SOLD OUT!
During 3 hours you will get an overview of Ülemiste City and have a chance to visit a manufacturing company, an ICT company and e-Estonia showroom:
Helmes is an international software development house with 200+ experts, 25 years of experience, HQ in Estonia and clients across the Europe and US. We focus on design and development of software solutions critical for the operation of the business.
E-Profiil is specialized in the manufacturing of large, heavy and complex equipment and metal structures for the oil and gas industries. They operate on manufacturing premises of 14 700 square meters in Tallinn and 1 200 square meters in Paldiski.
e-Estonia Showroom aims to showcase the nation’s ICT solutions all in one facility, providing visitors with hands-on examples.
Option 2 – Tallinn University of Technology (TTU)
We will take you from Ülemiste City to TTU by bus. You will have insight into different testing labs, have a possibility to meet with new university start-ups, visit Mechanical Engineering Faculty and Innovation and business Centre Mektory:
3D Scanning Laboratory, Autonomous Systems Laboratory, Laboratory of Powder Technology and Metal 3D Printing, 60 kW Circulating Fluidized Bed Combustion Test Facility, Ventilation Lab “Club Fresh Air”, SmartLab, 3D Printing Innovation Lab, Electronics Lab, Metals Lab, Space Centre, Cool Tool Studio, Logistics and Supply Chain Management Innovation Lab, Mobile Services and Media Lab.
Anita Krohn Traaseth, CEO of Innovation Norway
Photo by Agnete Brun
Anita is titled as “Top 20 Women in Business in Northern Europe”, “Top 50 Most Inspiring Women in European Tech” and “Best Female Leader in the IT Industry”.
Urmas Lepik, Innovation Norway, Senior Adviser Pille Muni, Omniva, Project Manager Andrus Altrov, Affecto Estonia, Managing Director Andres Osula, CEO of T-Grupp Kalle Kukk, Elering, Business Strategy Manager Kari Maripuu, CEO of BrightSpark Jaan Tepp, CEO of Energy Saving Bureau
Registration is closed.