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ThingLink Oy
IndustryInternet Technology Education Technology
HeadquartersPalo Alto, California
Key people
Ulla Koivula, CEO, Alexey Solomatin Head of Product
Productsinteractive media editor, virtual tour creator
Number of employees
14 (2019)

ThingLink (Thinglink Oy in Finland and ThingLink Inc. in US) is a Finnish education and media technology company founded by Ulla-Maaria Koivula (Engeström).[1]

ThingLink started from the idea of connecting objects in our physical environment to digital information about them, and making it easy for anyone to do that. Over the years the idea expanded to using digital objects, virtual tours, to access places and situations in the physical world.

In 2018 ThingLink was awarded the UNESCO ICT in Education Prize.[2]


  1. ^ "2018 ICT in Education Prize laureate ThingLink releases free 360 images to UNESCO world heritage sites". UNESCO. 2019-04-17. Retrieved 2020-01-27.
  2. ^ "Immersive learning tool from Finland wins UNESCO Prize for innovation in education". UNESCO. 2019-03-08. Retrieved 2020-09-15.
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