Movement for the good of citizens

Mobility solutions for 1,5 degree world

Join the Revolution

The need to move people and goods from one place to another is not just a necessary evil, but fundamental for human societies. We move to socialise, to trade, to stay healthy, to do science, to have fun. Mobility is freedom. On the other hand, emissions from transport and mobility need to be cut in order to mitigate climate change. Sustainability and carbon neutrality need to be the starting points for today’s mobility and logistics solutions. The Finnish way of solving problems is to focus on the human being, the user. Technology is the means, not the goal. We have developed world-class data and automation tools to find human-centric solutions. However, we cannot make it far enough by ourselves – welcome to join us in making the transport revolution a reality!

We need everyone on board to be able to limit the global warming increase to 1.5 degree Celsius. This web page exists to exhibit the Finnish input on this challenge, and to invite you to join in. On this web page, you will find our vision for the future mobility together with comprehensive climate solutions that combine technology with a human-centric ecosystem approach.

Future mobility ecosystem

In Finland, many things are solved with innovative, forward-looking and user-driven technologies and services – it is also the way it has been done in transport sector. Here you have a snapshot to the Finnish excellence in transport sector introducing our core expertise and can be examined in more details throughout example references and our transport sector news, blog posts and case stories on these pages.

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Latest news

Finnish UDT Technologies
Missing pieces of urban mobility - Alternatives for roads are in the making
If we think about the mobility landscape the novel ideas come through automation combined with something physical. Self-operating drones as a fine example. Ground transportation is being filled with autonomous cars and shuttles. Some companies present ground transportation in layers above the ground. One of the companies is Finnish UDT Technologies which is presenting a […]
Transport and Logistic Services of Saudi Arabia delegation visit to Finland - Recap
On a sunny day in Helsinki, the Finnish Intelligent Transportation Association had the privilege of hosting a distinguished delegation from Saudi Arabia, led by His Excellency Eng. Saleh Aljasser, Minister of Transport for the Ministry of Transport and Logistic Services. The event took place at the historic Katajanokka Hotel chapel and featured a series of […]
Mein Schiff 1, the first in a family of seven cruise ships built for TUI Cruises by Meyer Turku, embarked on its maiden journey in 2018.
Charting a Greener Course: Finnish Leaders in the Global Shipping Industry’s Eco-Revolution
Meyer Turku debuts methanol-ready cruise ship; Wärtsilä sets new standards in Chinese shipbuilding; NIT wins recognition for ship interior carbon footprint calculator. Finnish and Estonian stakeholders in the maritime space have signed a memorandum of understanding for creating a green shipping corridor across the Gulf of Finland. Covering the routes between Helsinki and Tallinn and […]

Latest events

Call for proposals: Nordic Smart Mobility and Connectivity

Establishing the Nordic region as a frontrunner in sustainable mobility through Smart Connectivity. Through this call for proposals,

Teams 14.3.2024
Czech RRF Opportunities in the Railway Sector 14.3.2024

Date: 14.3.2024 Time: 14.30 – 15.45 (EET, Helsinki) Venue: Online Teams The webinar will be held in English

Webinar 7.2.2024

With arrival of Next Gen-EU funds, Spanish cities have received a unique opportunity to modernize and significantly upgrade

Embassy of Finland in Paris 30.1.2024

  Team Finland together with Hydrogen Cluster Finland and BotH2nia network invite you to a networking event focusing

Why Finland?

The best country
in the world

In 2019, Finland ranked first in the Good Country Index that measured 153 countries’ performance based on 35 factors ranging from science and technology, international peace and security all the way to health and wellbeing. The study revealed that relative to its size, Finland contributes more to humanity and burdens the planet less than any other country, ranking top in press freedom, cyber security, environmental agreements compliance, food aid and a handful of other criteria.
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work-life balance

Helsinki, the capital city of Finland, topped the 2019 Work-Life Balance Index. The city offers the unrivalled work-life balance and, consequently, quality of life to its residents. The study focused on the 40 most popular cities worldwide, examining the “implementation of smarter working policies and their capacity to simultaneously equip residents with the ability to enjoy their leisure time”. The purpose of this comparison was to create a kind of measure of how cities can reduce the stress of their residents and increase their happiness by supporting work-life balance.
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Case stories Our latest cases

Lahti GEM – Green Electrification of Mobility Cluster