Datel was recognized with Newline Interactive "Best performance 2019" award
In partnership with Newline Interactive, we have delivered the easiest touchscreens on the market to many educational institutions in Estonia.
The most important aspect of any great product is how easy it is for anyone to use. Newline Interactive is dedicated to providing solutions that save time and help to be more successful, by creating state-of-the-art products that are so simple to use that everyone can interact and enjoy the innovation behind them.
A fully automatic system for benefits to the Estonian Unemployment Insurance Fund
The system saves the working time of specialists of the Estonian Unemployment Insurance Fund, and thus significantly speeds up the granting and payment of benefits. Also, a smarter system, according to the Estonian Unemployment Insurance Fund, helps to reduce the risk of some important benefits being delayed due to incorrectly entered data.
A person applying through the electronic environment receives the allowance decision almost immediately.
Datel is a part of European Space Agency project studying the Sun
Scientific research spacecraft Solar Orbiter has launched on its journey to study the Sun on February 9. The Solar Orbiter will address big questions in Solar System science to help scientists understand how our star creates and controls the giant bubble of plasma that surrounds the whole Solar System and influences the planets within it. It is an ESA mission with strong NASA participation.
Our engineers are helping to select suitable technologies for storing and archiving data collected by Solar Orbiter. Understanding in detail how the Sun works is the key to understanding both how it generates its life-giving energy and also how to protect our technology and way of life.
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.