Will the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic stimulate cleantech innovation and the uptake of environmentally friendly technologies, or will it bring cleantech investment to a standstill? This question was debated at the Cleantech Interactive session organised on 19-20 May 2020 in collaboration with Luxembourg partners.
The European Commission is launching a citizen consultation to help co-design the European Green Deal call. The European Green Deal call will help mobilise and shape research and innovation for the green and just transition of the European Union.
The European Commission (EC) has launched several Research and Innovation actions through its main research framework Horizon 2020 to address the COVID-19 crisis.
While new technologies are the basis of Industry 4.0, human beings remain the most central element of a successful digital transformation. The L-DIH Talk on 14 May 2020 focused on how to define and acquire the digital skills needed to be competitive in the future.
Three inspiring presentations open up different perspectives on product development and potential assessment of multi material lightweight components. Read more
Autonomous Vehicles Summit presents latest development of AVs ecosystem and stimulates research and creation of top technologies for autonomous vehicles, opens opportunities and inspiration for relevant bodies to digital infrastructure changes for AVs adoption and prepares society for change stimulating business in context on this field. Read more
Luxinnovation as National Contact Point for Horizon 2020 programme kindly invites you to an outreach training jointly organised with the European Commission. Read more
When implementing Industry 4.0, manufacturing companies will build open, interconnected and innovative factories and take production to the next level through the complete digitalisation of their value chains. This will ultimately result in smart factories, where all components – machines, people, tools and resources – are networked and communicate with each other in real time. Read more
Latest press releases
Luxinnovation was created on 1 June 1984, with the establishment of an “Agency for the Promotion of Innovation” within the Economic Department of the Ministry of the Economy and Small and ... Read more
Fit 4 Start is today an internationally recognised programme for innovative start-ups with a strong drive to succeed. The objective is to select the most promising start-ups and give them access to ea... Read more
Luxinnovation, the national agency for the promotion of innovation, has just published its annual report for 2018: a year marked by the refinement of the agency's general strategy, more than ever at the service of Luxembourg companies, whatever their size, to support them in their innovation efforts. Read more
Launched in 2015 by the Ministry of the Economy, and managed by Luxinnovation with the support of Technoport and the Luxembourg-City Incubator, Fit 4 Start has, in a few years, become the Luxembourg reference programme for providing support to start-ups. Read more
L-DIH Talk #2 – Jean-Paul Hengen (Company Relationship Manager – ICT, Luxinnovation) (2)
Jean-Paul Hengen (Company Relationship Manager – ICT, Luxinnovation) presented how the series of L-DIH Talks is organised. The next episode will take place on 19 March.
L-DIH Talk #2 – Christian Kettmann (CIO, CFL Group)
Christian Kettmann, CFL Group’s CIO), described the Chemin de Fer Luxembourgeois’ Digital Journey.
L-DIH Talk #2 – Claire Mammerickx (CCXP – CX Manager, Prodware)
Claire Mammerickx, CCXP – CX Manager at Prodware, talked about the importance of the end customer’s voice.
L-DIH Talk #2 – Dr. Marc Sniukas (Director Innovation & Head of the Deloitte Garage, Deloitte Luxembourg)
Dr. Marc Sniukas, Director Innovation & Head of the Deloitte Garage at Deloitte Luxembourg, explained how to reinvent the customer experience for new growth.