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On 1 February 2017, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Economy, Etienne Schneider presented the first accredited certification body and first certified service provided in electronic archiving.

Currently, Luxembourg is the only country in the European Union with an operational legal framework for electronic archiving. Consistent with the Digital Lëtzebuerg initiative, the current legislation recognizes in particular the legal value of digital documents and, under certain conditions, offers important guarantees as to their conformity with the original. In addition, this legislation provides for a new statute called ‘dematerialisation or conservation service provider’ (CSDP) for companies active in the field of electronic archiving.

Photo: © Minsitry of the Economy

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In 2019, Luxinnovation supported a growing number of international companies opening offices in Luxembourg. One of them, HighSide, has chosen Luxembourg
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Smart, digital factories, where equipment and systems are interconnected and communicate in real time, are the very heart of Industry 4.0. The 8th DIH Talk focused on the concrete benefits of digital processes and on how to put them in place.
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Building digital skills for industrial transformation

18-05-2020

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.
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