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LADEC coordinates Lahti GEM - Lahti Green Electrification of Mobility Cluster. Lahti GEM acts as platform for cooperation between companies, educational and research institutions, and cities. At the end of 2021, Lahti GEM platform of nearly 40 organisations. The platform promotes benefiting from business and RDI opportunities offered by e-mobility and creating solutions for scarcity of skilled experts in the field of electrification and e-mobility.

Lahti Region Development LADEC Ltd develops the conditions for business growth and competitiveness in the Lahti region, in addition to marketing the region as an attractive business environment. LADEC assists entrepreneurs and businesses with the wide selection of services in founding, growing, developing, and locating a business, in addition to internationalisation.

Information about LADEC and Lahti GEM at and


Fintraffic controls and manages traffic on the land, in the air and at sea. It provides traffic information that helps companies to create new traffic and smart mobility solutions for people and goods.

Intelligent traffic control and management services, up-to-date real-time traffic information and the competence of the company’s 1,100 professionals improve the safety and smoothness of traffic and help reduce emissions. Fintraffic promotes sustainable traffic.

Subsidiaries and their respective areas of responsibility:

  • Fintraffic Railway Ltd is responsible for railway traffic control and management
  • Fintraffic Road Ltd is responsible for road traffic control and management
  • Fintraffic Vessel Traffic Services Ltd is responsible for marine traffic control
  • Fintraffic Air Navigation Services Ltd is responsible for air navigation

Together with other traffic & logictics player, Fintraffic has created a traffic data ecosystem for use by traffic and logistics stakeholders.

National Land Survey of Finland

The National Land Survey of Finland (NLS) operates under the auspices of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry producing information, services and research about the Earth. 

NLS conducts land surveys, maintains property information, produces map materials, handles registrations of title and mortgages, develops infor-mation systems, and promotes the research and application of spatial data. The Finnish Geospatial Research Institute (FGI) is a research and expert institute, which as a part of the NLS carries out research and develop-ment for spatial data infrastructures and is responsible for the implementation of the INSPIRE Directive.  

 The FGI: 

  • provides a scientific basis for Finnish maps, geospatial information and positioning 
  • carries out research and development on methods for the measurements, data acquisition, processing and exploitation of geospatial information 
  • co-operates with industry, universities and governmental organisations nationally and internationally 

Read information about NLS in our website.


Liikenneturva - Finnish Road Safety Council - is an influencer on values, attitudes, and traffic behaviour of Finnish citizens as well as a contributor to greater traffic safety awareness and respect for safety in society.

Liikenneturva is a national central organisation for volunteer traffic safety work. It has 58 member communities. It employs 45 persons and has 12 district offices around the country.


Sitratie 7, 00420 Helsinki
Puh. 020 7282 300

The regional council of Häme

The regional council of Häme is a service organization that participates in democratic decision-making. It gathers and processes different regional development perspectives, and evaluates their implementation feasibility.


The regional council of Häme 

  • leads the work for regional developement
  • is responsible of region planning
  • advocates for the economic life of the county
  • improves the collaboration between its municipalities and works together with other counties
  • takes care of international connections and matters assigned to it
  • provides researches, plans and reports


Contact information:

Niittykatu 5
13100 Hämeenlinna

City of Helsinki

Helsinki is Finland’s largest business and population hub. Most of Finland's growth companies and corporate headquarters are located in Helsinki. The city’s goal is to promote its functionality, attractiveness and sustainable growth, and to find solutions to globally and regionally significant challenges.

Companies can develop smart mobility and logistics solutions in the testbed activities of the city. These activities are also a method for companies to receive Finnish market references. Visit the Mobility Lab Helsinki website for project results and to learn more about development and piloting opportunities for smart mobility.

The Urban Environment Division is responsible for the development of transport in the City of Helsinki together with other stakeholders. The urban environment division handles traffic planning, traffic management and parking. The Economic Development Department represents the city in ITS Finland. Department´s goal is to ensure that the business perspective is taken into account in transport and land use decisions and in national and EU policies. The department promotes business-friendly piloting of mobility solutions.

Several other stakeholders also work towards improving transport in the city. These include f.ex Stara (road maintenance work and logistics), Metropolitan Area Transport Ltd (rail (rail and ferry traffic) and the City's innovation company Forum Virium Helsinki (RDI projects and digitalisation). Helsinki Partners, in turn, helps foreign companies invest in and relocate to Helsinki.

The city of Tampere

Tampere is the third largest city in Finland and the largest inland centre in the Nordic countries.

Currently there are over 217,000 inhabitants, and close to half a million inhabitants in Tampere Region. Tampere is the leading industrial city of Finland since the beginning of 19th century. Tampere is one of the three most rapidly developing regions in Finland.  

Invest in Tampere  

Innovate in Tampere  

Live in Tampere  

Visit Tampere 


Tampereen kaupunki
PL 487, 33101 Tampere Finland
Phone: 03 565 611


Finnish Transport Agency

Finnish Transport Agency


Finnish Transport Agency's is a public operator with a mission to enable smooth, efficient and safe travel and transport. We envision a thriving Finland with efficient transport connections. 


Phone: 0295 34 3000

PL 33

Finnish Transport Agency has several offices around Finland.
You'll find the locations of these offices from our own website.



The Finnish Transport and Communications Agency Traficom is an authority in licence, registration and approval matters.


We promote traffic safety and the smooth functioning of the transport system. We also ensure that everyone in Finland has access to high-quality and secure communications connections and services.

Traficom has approximately 900 employees at 15 locations in Finland.

Our main office is in Helsinki.



The Finnish Transport and Communications Agency Traficom
PL 320
00059 Traficom

029 534 5000



ELY Center of Southeast Finland

The Centres for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment (ELY Centres) are responsible for the regional implementation and development tasks of the central government.

Finland has a total of 15 ELY Centres, which are tasked with promoting regional competitiveness, well-being and sustainable development and curbing climate change.  

ELY Centres have three areas of responsibility: Business and industry, labour force, competence and cultural activities, Transport and infrastructure, Environment and natural resources. 


Southeast Finland's ELY-Center: 0295 029 000
Address: Salpausselänkatu 22
Mail address: PL 1041, 45101 Kouvola

Lappeenranta office:
Address: Villimiehenkatu 2