The digital economy provides a large number of opportunities to innovate. The Luxembourg Government collaborates with all stakeholders to stimulate the use of digital technologies by creating the right investment and policy frameworks to support innovation and growth.
facilitate start-up creation and access to funding
bridge the gap between innovation, research and the economy
create physical space for innovation and entrepreneurship
maximize the contribution of the digital economy to growth by encouraging multi-stakeholder co-operation
On 12 September 2017 Prime Minister and Minister of State Xavier Bettel and Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Economy Étienne Schneider attended the opening of the Tomorrow Street Innovation Centre of Vodafone and Technoport S.A. .
The replica city of Luxembourg as it was in 1867, a momentous year, is available on Second Life and in the virtual reality sections of the Fort Thüngen Museum and the City Museum of Luxembourg. Equipped with two Oculus Rift VR headsets and 10 computers, users can role-play in this period of history.
The National Library of Luxembourg (BnL) invites the public to discover 63 Luxembourg monographs which it has just digitised and made accessible on line via the portal eluxemburgensia.lu and the search engine a-z.lu.
After more than two years’ work, the francophone member countries of the Creative Commons network (Luxembourg, Belgium, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Canada, France and Switzerland) can now access the official translation of the 4.0 licences.
Orange Fab, the international business accelerator programme established by the international telecoms provider with the aim of building commercial relationships between start-ups and the group’s business units, is being extended to Belgium and Luxembourg.
Luxembourg’s Economy Ministry of the Economy, in collaboration with Digital Luxembourg, have unveiled a vision of the city infrastructure of the future embracing innovative ideas in areas ranging from environmental protection to providing improved mobility.
The Internet of Things revolves around Internet-accessible automation with sensors in the real world capturing data and storing it in the cloud. In this rapidly evolving space, security is often an afterthought. LuxTrust and Tyfone, supported by the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT), present a unique opportunity to help secure the Internet of Things. There are millions of IoT devices operating today that lack basic security features, compromising our privacy, trust and safety. Help us tackle this challenge!