The Health Benefit Analysis is a digital tool providing evidence-based electronic decision-making support to medical professionals.
Helsinki now offers parents of children who will be starting pre-primary education a spot at an early childhood education facility that they can accept with a simple text message.
OmaStadi is an annual campaign that asks Helsinki residents to submit ideas for improving the city and then vote for their favourites.
Free digital literacy training is available at several Helsinki libraries, community meeting areas, senior homes and youth centres.
Varaamo is an online service for booking municipal premises and equipment for personal use.
The City of Helsinki’s interactive Service Map makes it easy to find the closest health care centres, day care centres, schools and other service points
Is there a a burnt-out street lamp along your running path? The Helsinki app is a handy way to report city maintenance issues you see on the street.
NeRo is an around-the-clock chatbot that answers questions associated with the rearing and health care of infants and small children.
The Helsinki health care centre network’s chatbot provides online information about general health and illnesses at any time of the day or night, seven days a week.
Kerro kantasi is an online service that allows Helsinki residents to share their opinions about infrastructure and building plans.
The online service Tutkihankintoja.fi provides an inside look at the process behind state and municipal procurements.
A shared service platform that collects information on Helsinki events and courses.
The Ahti app, named after the epic Finnish sea god, brings together all of the services and destinations connected with the Helsinki archipelago.
An online service for renting municipal harbour berths and winter storage spots for your boat.
Culture Kids is a new service that pairs Helsinki children under the age of seven with a sponsor from the world of Finnish arts and culture.
The City of Helsinki have committed to 147 different climate change-related tasks that aim to make the capital carbon-neutral by the year 2035.
The HKO Screen mobile application brings stirring Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra performances to smart phones.
Harrastuspassi (‘Hobby passport’ in English) is a mobile application for children in grades 7-9 that helps them find a suitable spare time activity.
The new Volunteering Helsinki website gathers a broad selection of volunteering opportunities in Finland’s capital in one convenient place.
The AI register is a window to all of the artificial intelligence systems the City of Helsinki is currently using.