Here you will find results and other relevant activities Nordic Innovation has supported during the years.
The Nordic region is global frontrunner in innovative mobility solutions.
The Nordic Mobility Universe tells the story about mobility in the Nordic region and presents 13 innovative Nordic projects that are changing how people and goods move.
The Nordic Built Charter offers ten principles for liveable, smart and sustainable Nordic cities and buildings – taking energy, climate, economy and people into account.
The principles represent the strengths and aspirations of the Nordic approach to make liveable, smart and sustainable cities and buildings and may be used by any actor in the building sector.
Scale-up companies comprise only 0,4 percent of all businesses in the Nordic region – yet they employ more than half a million people.
However, national market sizes and a lack of tailored support systems may explain why Nordic businesses seldom scale globally.
Through the Nordic Scalers program, Nordic Innovation takes advantage of cross-border collaboration to create the conditions and support systems needed to make the Nordic scaleup ecosystem leading globally.
#NordicMade gathers and promotes news on the Nordic tech scene, facilitate the #NordicMade community, organise meet-ups and coordinate #NordicMade visits abroad including company excursions, events and showcases.
Seven renowned health institutions and testing hubs in the Nordics have joined forces to help companies develop and test solutions for world class healthcare.
Nordic Innovation and the five Nordic capitals joined forces to solve one of the biggest challenges the Nordic welfare model has ever faced – to provide solutions for the elderly and people with disabilities in order to make it possible for them to live independently in their own home.
Through a challenge prize competition, we activated more than 400 innovators from the Nordic region. Several of the 25 semi-finalists have gone on to be highly successful companies.
Ópal has an electric motor that can be charged while using the sails. This makes it able to travel carbon-free as well as completely silent and allows it to come really close to the whales. Ópal is the result of the Rensea II project financed by Nordic Innovation.
The FleXicut machine uses X-ray technology to locate and remove pin-bones in cod and whitefish with extremely high accuracy, down to 0.2 mm. FleXicut was one of the main deliverables in the APRICOT project.
Nordic Built Cities Challenge was an open, multidisciplinary, needs-driven competition to develop and visualise Nordic innovative solutions for liveable, smart and sustainable cities.
The winning project, The Soul of Nørrebro, is currently awaiting final political approval before it will be built.