How Estonian-developed digital solutions can help in a contactless world

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Estonia, one of the most digital nations in the world, has several practical solutions either in development or in active use that could help overcome some of the global challenges posed by the coronavirus crisis and lockdown.

The global transport and logistics industry have been hit hard during the COVID-19 outbreak, as countries have declared lockdown measures one after another, with massive build-ups of various cargo vessels at airports, borders and ports. Many other industries have suffered a great deal as well, among them restaurants and classic retail operations.

But consumers still need access to medical supplies and other vital equipment, not to mention comfort food from their favourite restaurants for beating the blues. As we are getting increasingly used to contactless interaction with vendors and service providers, there could be other intelligent transport solutions available as well.

What are some of the solutions Estonian companies have developed for the contactless world? Read further from the article by Priit Koff, originally posted on Estonian World. 


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