From smart parts of satellites to brand new interactive wooden toys – Vilnius Innovation Forum will host the latest products made in Lithuania. Among them – mobile Parkinson‘s diagnostics application, virtual tutor platform, personalized toys manufactured with the 3D printer, space shuttle electronics module, mobile apps that can be used instead of the usual conference equipment and many others.

The free exhibition took place on September 3 and 4 at Vilnius conference hall “Litexpo“. The original ideas generated by Lithuanian start-ups as well as innovative products and successful cases of cooperation between science and business will be presented in the event. Visitors of the exhibition will have a chance to get in touch with the Lithuanian science and technology parks that offer various services to beginning entrepreneurs.

“Only a few are aware of the interesting products being created in Lithuania. People also lack knowledge of developments of our business and science. A wide spectre of innovative technoly will be presented in the exhibition – games, disease diagnosis applications and many others“, says director of Agency of Science, Innovation and Technology Arunas Karlonas.

This exhibition is part of the Vilnius Innovation Forum ‘Innovation drift’. The event is organized by the Ministry of Economy of Lithuania and Agency of Science, Innovation and Technology (MITA). Among the speakers – the first LinkedIn employee outside the United States and former head of the company‘s European department Kevin Eyres, Head of Marketing for the Baltic States at Google Regimantas Urbanas, Co-Founder and CEO of Mars One Bas Lansdorp and more than 40 other speakers.

The event is sponsored by the European Regional Development Fund.