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Tero Vainio has been appointed Finnpilot technology manager (CTO)


published on 12 December 2020 47

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Tero Vainio has been appointed Finnpilot's Chief Technology Officer. He will take up his position on 4 January 2021. Vainio will join Finnpilot from the position of Traffic Manager Finland's ICT manager, where he has focused on developing the Group's common ICT services and solution architecture.

At Finnpilot, Vainio's responsibilities include the production and development of IT services, the promotion of digitalisation and the coordination of remote piloting development. In addition, Vainio serves as the head of the company's technology team, information security manager and technology expert for the management team.
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