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Automotive central control units for safer vehicles
Tieto and STMicroelectronics, have announced their collaborative efforts to develop Central Control-Unit (CCU) software to run on STMicroelectronics’ popular Telemaco3P platform. Accelerating electrification and connectivity requirements of vehicles are pushing for greater and greater processing power and uncompromised cyber security.
AI-IoT test solution for pedestrian traffic safety
The City of Tampere and Tieto have developed a solution to improve the urban traffic safety of pedestrians. Utilising artificial intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT) technology, the test solution can automatically detect when a pedestrian is planning to cross the street at an intersection.
Service to support multiple patient groups
While healthcare decision makers are eager to digitalise services, they often struggle to scale them up across large numbers of patients. A new service concept developed in Finland has a solution. The largest university hospital district from Finland, Helsinki University Hospital (HUS), was able to create and scale up digital services to over 100 patient groups within one year.
Accelerating employee experience with IoT
Oulu-based IoT and product development company, Haltian, and internationally-operating Nordic software and services company Tieto, have agreed a multi-annual commercial cooperation concerning Tieto’s Empathic Building service. The smart office market is predicted to double in the next five years, and the shared offering of the two companies provides customers with a faster way of digitising their office facilities.
Strategic partnership to achieve 5G in Sweden
It has been announced that Tieto has entered into a strategic partnership with Swedish telecom operator Telia leveraging the new mobile technology 5G. The companies will cooperate to develop new use cases, products and services to the ecosystem around 5G and work together with customers to accelerate the development in Sweden.
Facial recognition tested in Swedish high school
How can AI and new technologies reduce teachers' administrative tasks in the classroom? In a pilot project Nordic software and services company Tieto and Anderstorp high school in Skellefteå, Sweden, tested automatic student registration using tags, smartphone apps and facial recognition technology. The reactions from both students and teachers have been positive.
AI for better identification of road traffic disturbances
Artificial intelligence can be applied to enable the better detection of road traffic disturbances in real-time without significantly adding costs, a test by the Finnish Transport Agency and Tieto has shown. The findings were the result of a Proof of Concept experiment conducted by the two organisations in spring 2018 that combined LiDAR measurement technology with sensor fusion and AI techniques to analyse traffic flows.
Tieto strengthens commitment to ethical use of AI
Tieto is introducing AI ethics guidelines and certification for its employees, as well as opening new positions for AI ethics and transparency engineers and AI trainers. These steps are part of a sustained drive to promote ethical AI product and service development across the company.
Bringing genomics to precision medicine for more personalised care
A partnership to being genomics to precision medicine has been formed by Tieto and BC Platforms. This new approach will transform healthcare providers’ clinical decision making by providing them a new platform for more accurate and faster diagnoses, and thereby contributing to more personalised care.
Bid to roll-out smart meters in Europe accepted
Following a Europe-wide multi-level public tender for the implementation of smart meters, Wiener Netze, accepted the bid submitted by a consortium consisting of Siemens, Landis+Gyr and Iskraemeco.
The first Nordic AI platform to receive CE certification
Tieto Intelligent Wellbeing data platform has received CE certification for medical devices. This EU certification is the first of its kind in the Nordics for a big data and AI platform, and enables extending the use from medical research purposes to daily clinical care of patients. Tieto Intelligent Wellbeing was developed to address the many needs of the healthcare and welfare sector, as validated by its recent CE medical device certificat...
Tieto strengthens cybersecurity with acquisition of NSEC AB
Tieto has announced it has signed an agreement to acquire NSEC AB, a Swedish security services company employing about 30 security professionals. The acquisition further adds to Tieto’s growing portfolio of security services. Headquartered in Stockholm, NSEC AB brings Tieto further capabilities in managed security operations, security consulting, as well as product resell and deployment services.
Accelerator helps startups to develop AI solutions within healthcare
Tieto has launched an initiative to support Swedish startups who want to develop new healthcare solutions by utilising AI. The purpose of the AI Accelerator Program is to help companies explore the possibilities of the latest technology and speed up the process from idea generation to functional services. The Swedish Innovation Agency Vinnova is co-financing the program, which gives participating entrepreneurs access to Tieto's technical pla...
The jobs and industries that AI will impact the most
According to a survey commissioned by software and services company, Tieto, people in the Nordics think Artificial Intelligence (AI) can do a better job than humans in many roles - even very demanding ones. However, when it comes to utilising AI within healthcare, scepticism is high compared to the experts' assessment. Most people also believe new technology will make it more difficult to get jobs in the future - but very few think their own job ...
Tieto cuts energy related CO2 emissions by half
On global Zero Emissions Day, software and services company Tieto announced that it is accelerating the use of green energy in all its data centres across the Nordics. The goal is to reduce energy consumption related CO2 emissions by 50% by 2020.
Running rail services completely in the cloud
Public agencies in Norway have been hesitant to utilise cloud-based solutions. However, Norwegian Railway Directorate is breaking new ground. The company has chosen to use IT solutions that are 100% cloud-based.
Tieto to help Södertälje municipality with service integration and management
Södertälje municipality has chosen Tieto as its supplier of end-user IT services and the underlying infrastructure which will take the municipality´s digitalisation journey to the next level. Tieto will also provide support with service integration and management (SIAM) solutions to coordinate and develop the municipality’s various IT services and suppliers. The contract is for five years with an option for additional four y...
Tieto delivers welfare tech to Nacka municipality
Tieto has signed an agreement with Swedish municipality Nacka to deliver digital solutions and tools that will improve everyday life for individuals and relatives within municipal healthcare. The agreement is the first of its kind in Sweden, as Tieto together with partners will deliver the technology as a service to Nacka municipality. The contract is for two years with an option to extend.
Testing AI to identify service pathways
Tieto and the City of Espoo have initiated a unique artificial intelligence experiment. The experiment involves combining a huge amount of social and health data concerning every Espoo resident, and customer data relating to early childhood education from 2002 to 2016. The aim of analysing this mass of data is to identify new proactive means of targeting services to citizens, for example to prevent social exclusion.
One in ten subject to data breaches as cyber threats rise
According to a new survey commissioned by software and services company Tieto, seven out of ten are worried about Internet security and more than one out of ten have been subject to data breaches. The study also reveals that eight out of ten people in Sweden and Finland and five out of ten in Norway would now consider erasing their customer data from companies' data registers. However, only one out of ten is aware of the possibility provided...