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Since 2008, more than 220 projects have been co-financed under this programme, involving more than 1,000 partner companies, nearly half of which are SMEs that collaborate with user organisations, large companies, universities and research organisations to develop innovative solutions.

In Luxembourg, the Ministry of the Economy (via Luxinnovation as National Contact Point) and the National Research Fund provide access to AAL funding with a dedicated budget of € 325,000 each, for a total of € 800,000, adding the complementary mechanisms of the European Union.

The next call for projects will be launched in February 2019, on the subject”Sustainable smart solutions to age well”. An information day will be held in Brussels on 31 January, during which the AAL National Contact Points, the European Commission officials and the ALA secretariat will present details of the call and give guidelines about the different ways to apply and to obtain an increased chance of success.

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Become an official consultant for the "Fit 4 Digital" and "Fit 4 Digital Packages" programmes

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The new call for applications to become an official consultant for the digitalisation support programmes, Fit 4 Digital and Fit 4 Digital Packages, is open from 15 to 31 January midnight.
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Launch of Luxembourg's elements of AI course

12-01-2021

The free & highly acclaimed Elements of AI course is scheduled to officially arrive in Luxembourg.
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Korean company INFINIQ sets up European headquarters in Luxembourg

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Leading Korean artificial intelligence and machine learning data specialist INFINIQ has announced the establishment of an overseas sales corporation and its European headquarters in Luxembourg. This decision has been facilitated by the Luxembourg Trade and Investment Office (LTIO) in Seoul and by Luxinnovation.
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Building a sustainable economy

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Internationally renowned for its strong economic performance, Luxembourg has a determinedly green outlook towards the future. Crossroads Magazine spoke to Minister of the Economy Franz Fayot about his vision for combining successful economic development with long-term sustainability.
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A standard for circular products

14-12-2020

Clean technologies and the circular economy are central themes in Luxembourg’s strategy for data-driven innovation. The country is at the forefront of developing data-related standards that will drive the clean technologies of the future.
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