In Tallinn, you can find robots delivering parcels and self-driving cars. Residents already perform most transactions online, and the city’s focus on digital technologies has extended to offering e-residency of Tallinn.
This means people from all over the world can register in Estonia to start and run a global business in the EU. The city is also working on plans to enable people to travel to Helsinki, Finland in under 10 minutes thanks to an underwater tube equipped with pods on electromagnets that can travel up to 1,100 kilometers per hour.
Government decision makers and strategists from countries implementing national e-Governance strategies,
Donor organisations supporting development of open, transparent and efficient governance practices via IT solutions
Companies developing e-Governance applications and assisting governments with their implementation
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