Tech & E-mobility

The Coradia iLint train produces zero waste, according to Alstom - only water. The shell of the revolutionary new train (...)

The number of electric mobility charging stations is set to increase along the southern A4 motorway.

The wheels of the e-mobility movement in Poland have begun to roll, but is there enough power in the engine (...)

Poland Today crossed paths with Peter Vesterbacka during the GreaterBayX tour in China and a chat with the tech visionary (...)

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is no longer a concept but a reality in Poland.

A nationwide drive has laid the foundations for e-mobility to force open a new segment in the Polish economy, but (...)

The term ‘smart cities’ has been bandied about for years, but it’s all theoretical unless cities and companies actually take (...)

Big players are preparing to roll out 5G technology in Poland and through a pilot programme, the city of Łódź (...)

Polish companies are determined to reduce the carbon footprint one light bulb and tire at a time. 

International angel investors are hungry for future-altering technologies in innovation hubs.

Poland’s largest bank, PKO Bank Polski, implemented a blockchain transaction platform.

Campus Warsaw, a Google space for entrepreneurs, has established itself as the heart of the Warsaw start up scheme beyond (...)

The Polish property market is beginning to join the 21st century

Israeli international startup workspace provider aims to foster a climate for innovation in Poland’s capital

As part of an official visit to Poland, the British Royal Couple Prince William and Princess Kate, visited the Warsaw (...)