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.
Chairman of AS Datel's board, Urmas Kõlli, was elected to the Estonian Information Technology Association's (ITL) board
Estonian Association of Information Technology and Telecommunications (ITL) has elected Juhan-Madis Pukk from the company Flowit Estonia as its new president, while Anna-Greta Tsahkna from the company Timbeter was elected vice president.
The new nine-member board of ITL is made up of Seth Lackman from Fujitsu Eesti AS, Ivo Lasn from Playtech Estonia OU, Urmas Kõlli from AS Datel, Ats Albre from Nortal Estonia, Allan Aedmaa from Elisa Eesti AS, Jaanus Truu from Fleet Complete Eesti OU, Mattias Männi from Corle OU, Anna-Greta Tsahkna and Juhan-Madis Pukk.
We present Sille.Space at MiningTech World virtual event
27-28 April 2021, our Business Development Manager Aimo Kõva presents Sille.Space at the MiningTech World virtual event. How to cope with health & safety and environmental regulation high demands, a lack of skilled labor, and increased operating costs?
We can help with remote monitoring solutions. In addition to identifying if surrounding construction, mining, or geological subsidence has caused a deformation or structural weaknesses, our service Sille.Space also allows users to develop a timeline for existing subsidence-related issues, including data that land or structural deformities pre-existed construction or mining work.
Sille’s data can bolster transparency in the mining industry by assessing the land and surrounding structures before and after mining to detect possible movement. This data can also be used as evidence to show that mining has in fact not caused any damages.
Datel developed the 3D twin of Estonian e-construction
The Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications and the Land Board have unveiled an application that has overlaid three-dimensional building renders over the map of Estonia, allowing people to visualize most buildings in Estonia.
3D twin, developed by AS Datel, includes three-dimensional models of buildings throughout Estonia. The ground elevation model and 3D models of buildings used in 3D twin are created by the Land Board.
This digital tool is especially helpful for the real estate and construction sectors, but can also provide important information to, for example, a private individual purchasing a house. The new digital tool allows a look at what a building would look like in the existing environment, what restrictions should be considered when designing the building, and how shadows will affect the building.