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VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd is a state owned and controlled non-profit limited liability company. VTT provides research and innovation services and information for domestic and international customers and partners, both in private and public sectors. VTT is part of Finland's innovation system and operates under the mandate of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment. VTT Group has three subsidiary companies: VTT Ventures Ltd, VTT International Ltd and VTT Memsfab Ltd. VTT has several unique R&D facilities, among them Bioruukki, the largest bioeconomy pilot and research facility in the Nordic countries, PrintoCent, the world's first pilot factory for printed intelligence and electronics industrialisation, and RoViR, Remote Operations and Virtual Reality Centre.

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New electronic cooling technology to enable miniaturization of quantum computers

“VTT researchers have successfully demonstrated a new electronic refrigeration technology that can enable major leaps in the development of quantum computers. Present quantum computers require extremely complicated and large cooling infrastructure that is based on mixture of different isotopes of …

VTT’s autonomous cars take to public roads and start communicating with each other

“Marilyn, the first automated car to be granted a road traffic testing permit in Finland, and its spouse Martti have taken things to a new level together and started exchanging information with each other and their driving environment. They will …

Available to industry for the first time: New computation tools enable much faster and cheaper product development

“Faster, more accurate and agile computation tools and methods have been developed through the SEMTEC project, led by VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland. This will enable the elimination of the expensive and time-consuming prototype phase in the electromechanical industry …

Novel energy inside a microcircuit chip: VTT developed an efficient nanomaterial-based integrated energy storage

“VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland developed an extremely efficient small-size energy storage, a micro-supercapacitor, which can be integrated directly inside a silicon microcircuit chip. The high energy and power density of the miniaturized energy storage relies on the new …