Economy Minister Virginijus Sinkevičius will on Friday present Lithuanian-developed innovative smart city and transport management solutions to German lawmaker Katrin Goering-Eckardt.
TRAFI app, smart city and transport management
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"The EU's major member states see Lithuania's progress in smart city and transport management. Trafi, CarVertical and other technologies developed by Lithuanian startups in this field have attracted interest in Germany, too," the minister said.

He sees Goering-Eckardt's visit as a good opportunity to present the potential of Lithuanian startups.

Trafi, one of the most internationally known Lithuanian startups, has raised 14 million US dollars in investments since the start of operations.

The Trafi platform is available in 7 countries, including Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Turkey, Taiwan, Brazil and Indonesia. The company's products have attracted 7 million users.

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