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The second meeting of the Rifkin Strategic Review Committee was held yesterday, on 12 July 2017, during which the Strategic Monitoring Committee reviewed the Rifkin strategy.

Chaired by Deputy Prime Minister and Economy Minister Étienne Schneider, in the presence of Fernand Etgen, Carole Dieschbourg, Pierre Gramegna, Marc Hansen and Nicolas Schmit, the second Strategic Monitoring Committee meeting focused on the work of various platforms in which the measures and proposals of the strategic study are analysed, discussed and, where appropriate, further developed.

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10 key technologies shaping the post COVID-19 economy

16-09-2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our ways of living, working, consuming and travelling, and has had a huge impact on companies’ and consumers’ use of technology. Luxinnovation lists 10 key technologies that will play a crucial role in the economy over the months and years to come.
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New Autoregion International magazine

20-08-2020

The last edition of the Autoregion International magazine is now available online.
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Innovate together: Promote cross-border collaboration between companies and projects in the Greater Region

29-07-2020

The competitiveness clusters Materalia (FR), MecaTech (BE), Skywin  (BE) and the Luxembourg Materials & Manufacturing Cluster by Luxinnovation (LU) are joining forces in order to promote technological collaborations between their members.
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University launches partnership with start-up on smart mobility

16-07-2020

Silicon Valley start-up Civil Maps and the University of Luxembourg’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) announce a research partnership focused on autonomous driving technology. The partnership is supported by Luxinnovation and expands the country’s research focus on self-driving vehicles.
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Researching the radar sensors of the future

02-06-2020

With support from Luxinnovation, automotive sensing solutions specialist IEE has successfully applied for co-funding from the Ministry of the Economy for a scientifically challenging research project aimed at defining the next generation radar technology. The project is conducted in partnership with the University of Luxembourg.
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