Datel participated in the panel discussion of the France-Estonia Business Forum
On 14 September, Datel was honored to participate in the panel discussion of the France-Estonia Business Forum "Smart and Green Mobility: Cities of the Future: Safer, Greener, Smarter?".
The panel was moderated by Allan Dobrõs, Business Development Manager at e-Estonia (EAS), Mari-Ly Klaats from Auvetech, Hans Leis from Bercman Technologies, Ülari Teder from Eyevi Technologies, Cyrille Gabory from Siradel, Chadi Khaled from Eurovia and Oliver Stimmer, the Head of Space Domain from Datel participated in the panel.
AS Datel is introducing its solutions in the DUBAI EXPO 2020 world exhibition in the Estonian pavilion.
The aim of participating in the World Exhibition is to establish contacts both in the region and around the world.
The exposition of the Estonian pavilion focuses on digital solutions, smart inventions, and environmental protection. AS Datel will present solutions for land management, city planning, and monitoring service Sille.Space focused on using satellite data to monitor critical energy sector infrastructure including pipelines, mines, dams, and power plants.
Our Development Manager Aimo Kõva will be in Dubai from October 13-20.
The exhibition will be open in Dubai until the end of March 2022.
We had the honor and the opportunity to introduce the Sille.Space Early Warning System to the representatives of The United Arab Emirates Space Agency (UAESA)
Last week we had the opportunity to participate in the Estonian-United Arab Emirates workshop held at the e-Estonian Presentation Center and to introduce the Sille.Space Early Warning System to the representatives of The United Arab Emirates Space Agency (UAESA). UAE Space Agency participated in the business delegation of the International Meeting of Estonian Friends (EFIM), the patrons of which are former Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves and tech entrepreneurs Ott Kaukver and Sten Tamkivi.
We are very excited to participate at the e-Governance Academy conference "A Digital Decade in One Year" taking place online on 18-20 May 2021
The year 2020 put government online services and communication capabilities to the ultimate test, having to meet the heightened expectations and increased demand. But the pandemic has also been the biggest “advocate” and accelerator for digital transformation. Governments and local authorities now have the stronger political will to develop online services and raise citizens’ awareness.