The Defence Industry Company of the Year is Eli

The Defence Industry Company of the Year 2016 was announced today at the annual Estonian Defence and Security Industry Forum. The title was awarded to the drone and simulator developer Eli OÜ, a long-time contributor to the defence capabilities of Estonia and to high-potential future technologies valued all over the globe. Read more

Defence innovation competition won by four Estonian companies

The winners of the annual defence innovation competition, organised by the Ministry of Defence, were Estonian defence industry companies Milrem, Skeleton Technologies, Threod Systems, and Marduk Technologies. Read more

The defence industry’s annual forum focuses on innovation and export opportunities for Estonian defence industry companies

Today, the annual Estonian Defence and Security Industry Forum is taking place in Tallinn, with Estonia’s leading defence industry companies and their local as well as international partners to discuss the topics of export, product development and innovation opportunities in Estonia’s defence and security industry.

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RangeForce From Estonia Among Top 10 Of NCI Agency Winners of the Inaugural Defence Innovation Challenge

The NATO Communications and Information Agency has announced the winners of the inaugural Defence Innovation Challenge, aimed at accelerating transformational, state-of-the-art technology solutions from small business and academia in support of NATO C4ISR and cyber capabilities. Read more

Defendec – company of the year 2015

Defendec was named the Estonian defence industry company of the year

Last years have been awarded enterprises Baltic Workboats AS ja Cybernetica AS.


EDIA featured on Estonian national TV morning talk show

EDIAs chairman of the board Mr. Kuldar Väärsi introduced defence industry solutions on the morning talk show “”Terevisioon”” hosted by the Estonian national TV network.  Read more

World Affairs Journal on Estonian Contractor Startups idea

One can make the case that a bit of startup mentality is exactly what the defense industry needs. After all, it took an Estonian startup called Skype to show the world that international phone calls don’t need to be expensive. Indeed, it’s strange that armed forces haven’t already introduced self-driving tanks.

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Skeleton Technologies, Europe’s leading manufacturer of high-performance, graphene-based ultracapacitors, has won the ECO15 London Award. Part of the Ecosummit 2015 conference in London, the award recognises the best “smart green startup” in Europe.

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2015/2016 EDIA catalogue now avaliable online

 We are glad to announce that our latest refreshed 2015/2016 catalogue is available for viewing and download  HERE.