Tavoitteemme on nolla tapaturmaa kaikille työntekijöillemme, yhteistyökumppaneillemme sekä valmistamiemme tai huoltokantaamme kuuluvien laitteiden käyttäjille. Lue lisää siitä, miten edistämme turvallisuutta.
As technology keeps evolving at a frantic pace, the holy grail for most tech companies is Artificial Intelligence. And far from being the stuff of science fiction, AI is increasingly becoming a part of our day to day lives. Andy Stanford-Clark, master inventor at IBM tells us how this has the potential to revolutionize the way we live.
A 20-year-old relationship has a charm and mystery of its own and KONE’s presence in China, for two decades, stands testimony to this chemistry.
Nanjing is one of the seven ancient capitals of the Middle Kingdom and 11th largest Chinese megacity in terms of GDP. Little wonder then, KONE's office there has been growing fast too. We meet three of KONE’s employees from Nanjing to find out what they like the most about their city.
Going green is the new style statement. This does not refer to fashion shows but to a trend nurtured by building owners and developers, who are becoming more aware of the importance of sustainable construction. So what does it mean for the industry and how is KONE contributing?
Turning 100 calls for a major celebration. KONE celebrated its first century, in 2010, by setting up an independent, non-profit organization – KONE Centennial Foundation (KCF) - to help children and youth at the fringe of society in various countries.
Tavoitteenamme on tehdä kaupungeista parempia paikkoja elää, joten kaupungit ja niissä elävien ihmisten elämät ovat vahvasti kytköksissä toimintaamme.
A lot has been said about KONE’s eco-efficient solutions, which reduce overall energy consumption and save costs for our customers. But what about KONE’s own operations? Are they environment-conscious? Do their benefits accrue over time? Yes! And Yes! Find out how.
In today’s environment, with the speed of change and the development of new technologies, success will depend on the ability to work together with partners.
In the last part of our mini-series on urban renewal, we go to the commercial capital of China. Shanghai is home to 23 million people, making it the third most populous city in the world. Let’s find out what’s happening to old buildings in the city.
Digitalization and connected solutions are changing the automotive industry and there are striking similarities to the elevator and escalator industry.
Building sustainable cities is no child’s play. As megacities devise strategies to make their habitats more livable, we find out if there’s a secret recipe to success.
While American suburbs are more diverse than ever, an emerging middle class is driving the explosive suburbanization in Asian cities. Across the world, the lines of urban, suburban and rural are more blurred than ever before.