AS Datel welcomed the TalTech´s AI challenge
Our employees are participating in a free online course called Elements of AI that opens doors to the exciting world of artificial intelligence. The course was developed in 2018 by the University of Helsinki and Reaktor OY by university professors, data scientists and designers with the purpose to help better understand artificial intelligence and its social role. As it happens, “The Elements of AI” is already the most popular computer science course in the world, according to Class Central, a free online course aggregator, and surpasses the online courses of educational superstars such as Stanford, Harvard and MIT.
Datel was recognized with Fujitsu's "Best Nordics Partner 2019" award
At the annual event "Fujitsu Forum 2019 - Fujitsu Global" in Munich on November 6 and 7, AS Datel was recognized with the "Best Nordics Partner 2019" award.
In partnership with Fujitsu, we have successfully implemented Japanese ICT technologies to create a variety of e-government and private sector solutions.
Our partnership over the years has convinced us and our customers of Fujitsu's technological excellence, customer-centricity and reliability.
Datel became a member of the Estonian Defense Industry Association
Estonian Defence Industry Association (EDIA) was founded in 2009 and represents leading defence and security industry companies in Estonia. Estonian Defence and Security Industry Innovation Cluster was first established in 2012. Defence Estonia Cluster is a network for international cooperation and export to enhance the cooperation between Estonian companies, R&D institutions and clients. Cluster and its members participate in international projects and programs to increase export capability and sales of the Estonian companies on the defence and security markets.
Datel is contributing to the United Nations 2025 Global Environmental Data Strategy
Agu Leinfeld, Director of Software Development and Technology, AS Datel, participates in UN Science Policy Business Forum on the Environment. November 4 - 9, Canberra, Australia.
The Forum will convene organisations from across sectors at GEO Week 2019 in Australia on the topic of Big Data and Frontier Technologies.
Participants will come from top Space Agencies and Earth Observation Centres; Frontier Technology giants, start-ups and entrepreneurs; top UN officials, Presidency of the UN Environment Assembly; top decision-makers, scientists and strategists; non-governmental groups, citizen science leaders and finance institutions.