Ülemiste City technology campus

In 1899 the last Russian Czar Nicholas II established Dvigatel factory; its main activity was railway maintenance. The factory had 4000 employees.

Due to war, historical events and economic crises, the production capacity kept decreasing. In 2015 a decision was made to turn the former military campus into a contemporary technology campus.

Today the 36 hectares of Dvigatel accommodate a forward-looking Smart City – Ülemiste City; here, you find Estonia’s information and communication enterprises’ success stories demo centre, along with entrepreneurship incubator, and several IT and start-up companies, as well as dozens of other companies.

In 1899 the last Russian Czar Nicholas II established Dvigatel factory; its main activity was railway maintenance. The factory had 4000 employees.

Due to war, historical events and economic crises, the production capacity kept decreasing. In

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