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A smart event platform

A solution developed by Eatech (Part of Etteplan Group) and the City of Tampere will be used as the publication platform for the Helsinki Market Square digital experiments. We will be providing support services for the platform during the experiments.

Tampere Events App

The Tampere Events App delivered by Eatech (Part of Etteplan Group) was used for the first time in the IAAF World U20 Championships on 10 – 15 July. The application provides the visitors with information about the schedule, arrival to the event and services for example. In addition, it’s possible to choose favourite competitions and the application will notify when they begin.

The Micro:bit project supported by Etteplan

Since 2016, Etteplan, together with other partners, has been driving forward a pilot project called Micro:bit. The project’s objective is to promote the teaching of programming in a fun and creative way in Finnish schools. The Innokas Network, which is coordinated by the University of Helsinki’s Faculty of Educational Sciences, has been one of the project’s partners since 2017.

Neste

Eatech (Part of Etteplan Group) implemented a mobile app for Neste that includes mobile refuelling, as well as a wide range of opportunities for customer marketing. Potential users of the application, which was released for iPhone and Android, are all the Finns traveling by car.

Posti

Eatech (Part of Etteplan Group) is Posti’s collaboration partner in charge of the maintenance of Posti’s parcel lockers. Eatech also participates in the development of the parcel locker system. The Continuous Services unit of Eatech carried out the modernisation of Posti’s parcel locker equipment and the implementation of the new software during autumn 2017. The work covered all parcel lockers in Finland.

Security - You’re blindfolded unless you scan for vulnerabilities

“This is a report from a customer project. Here we found several vulnerabilities when scanning a Linux-based device designed for industrial environments.”

Harri Susi, SW Testing & Cyber Security Specialist at Etteplan, is showing us a document that contains a detailed analysis of services provided by an IoT device and how hackers may be able to exploit it. A report like this is the first step towards more secure devices.