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Federation of Estonian Engineering Industry 85th anniversary virtual conference

Federation of Estonian Engineering Industry 85th anniversary

Enterprise Estonia is happy to invite you to a virtual conference on 29th April 2021 to celebrate our partners Federation of Estonian Engineering Industry 85th anniversary.

The Federation of Estonian Engineering Industry takes pride in being the oldest specialised trade organisation in Estonia, dating back to 1936 and currently comprising over 137 members. The association is a key partner in building professional networks, partnership development and ensuring qualified progeny. The Estonian machine industry is determined to advance further in global supply chains, as the sector’s export volume already exceeds 90% of total output and Estonian machine engineering companies have established themselves on global markets as reliable and inventive partners. The sector plays a pivotal role in Estonian economy, as it contributes 10% of the country’s total export volume and manufactures equipment for a whole range of other industries in Estonia, while employing close to 125 thousand people among 7000 companies.

You are welcome to join a full day program with presentations from top players in the industry!

Register HERE


Opening ceremony

10.00–10.05 Opening ceremony

10.05–10.10 How to innovate engineering? Kristo Karjust, Taltech

10.10–10.20 Technology area value in Estonia, Andres Sutt, Minister of Entrepreneurship and Information Technology


10.20–10.40 Estonian engineering – opportunities and capabilities, Tõnu Lelumees, Federation of Estonian Engineering Industry

10.40–11.00 Estonian Industrial Trends, Raul Kirsimäe, Swedbank

11.00–11.20 World trends and directions, Werner Reichelt, Festo

Estonian best practices

11.20–11.40 BLRT, Peter S Treialt

11.40–12.00 ESTANC, Priit Haldma

12.00–12.20 Harju Elekter, Alvar Sass

12.20–13.10 Break

International umbrellas and cooperation

13.10–13.30 MASOC and Latvia, Toms Grinfelds

13.30–13.50 LINPRA and Lithuania, Darius Lasionis

13.50–14.10 Swissmem and Switzerland, Stefan Brupbacher

14.10–14.30 Teknologiateollisuus and Finland, Jaakko Hirvola

14.30–14.50 The Manufacturing Industry and Denmark, Jacob Kjeldsen

14.50–15.30 Break

Young generation and young leaders in engineering

15.30–15.50 „How to promote engineering and STEM to students?“ Liis Proos, Lauri Soosaar, Merkuur

15.50–16.10 „How to success with product development?“ Madis Tomson, Windak

16.10–16.30 „Fulfilling the industry’s needs through innovation”, Martin Vares, Fractory

16.30–16.50 „Yes, we can make self-driving cars in Estonia“ Mari-Ly Klaats, Auve Tech

16.50–17.00 Conference ending

More information HERE




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