Thought leaders and innovative automotive companies from Luxembourg, Germany, France and Belgium are featured in the recent magazine Autoregion International. The publication of the magazine has been facilitated by the cross-border automotive cluster Autoregion, which federates the Luxembourg AutoMobility Cluster, ARIA Lorraine in France, and Fahrzeug-Initiative Rheinland-Pfalz and in Germany. The magazine showcases automotive industry highlights in the Greater Region, provides insights into the performance of the regional automotive and mobility industry and presents the innovation and strategies of interesting companies.

Mobility innovation in the Greater Region

The Autoregion network extends over six regions in Belgium, France and Germany with Luxembourg, and its dynamic and innovative automotive sector, at the very centre. The automotive and mobility industry includes 7 large OEM manufacturing plants, production and R&D facilities of more than 20 global automotive suppliers, and 15 renowned research and technology organisations (RTOs) applicable to the automotive industry. Together, they create more than 150,000 highly qualified jobs.

Autoregion International provides an overview of the latest developments in the sector. In addition to a keynote article on digital mobility in Luxembourg by Luxinnovation, the Luxembourg organisations featured in the magazine include the University of Luxembourg’s Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT), ESTRA, Goodyear, IEE, POST Telecom, Motion-S and Ujet.

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A clean, green innovation for industrial concrete floors


Luxembourg-based Topp & Screed designs and manufactures equipment for the production of concrete industrial floor slabs. Through the innovative implementation of technology developed in the automotive sector, the company is the first in the world to launch a fully electric screed on the market.
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Korean company INFINIQ sets up European headquarters in Luxembourg


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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Luxembourg and Korea to establish Smart Green Business Centre


On 8 December 2020, South Korean Minister of SMEs and Start-ups Young-sun Park and Luxembourg Minister of the Economy Franz Fayot signed a Memorandum of Understanding covering the establishment of a Smart Green Business Centre in Luxembourg. The aim is to facilitate green and digital collaborative projects between SMEs and start-ups in the two countries.
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Automotive industry: what are your training needs?


The “Pôle automobile européen (PAE)”, of which Luxinnovation is a partner, is carrying out an online survey to analyse the gaps between industry's needs for skills and available training offers.
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Luxembourg acquires petascale high performance computer


On 29 September 2020, Prime Minister Xavier Bettel and Minister of the Economy Franz Fayot announced the acquisition of Luxembourg's high performance computer (HPC). Named MeluXina, it will become part of the European HPC network.
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