Initiated by the Ministry of the Economy in collaboration with the Chamber of Commerce and IMS (Inspiring More Sustainability) Luxembourg, the strategic study on the “Third Industrial Revolution” was presented on 14 November 2016 at the “Luxembourg Sustainability Forum 2016”. 

Present at the event was Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Economy Étienne Schneider, Carlo Thelen, Director General of the Chamber of Commerce, Michel Wurth, President of the Chamber of Commerce, Christian Scharff, President of IMS Luxembourg and Jeremy Rifkin, who is an American economic and social theorist, writer, public speaker, political advisor, and activist.

The strategic study aims to develop a more sustainable and interconnected economic model for future generations, based on the convergence of energy, transport and information and communication technologies within a smart grid. It was carried out using a participatory approach in collaboration with Jeremy Rifkin and his team of experts.

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DigiJourney: tools for digitalisation tailored to SMEs


As part of the “Digital transformation journey for SMEs” initiative, Luxinnovation collaborates with FundecytPCTEX (ES) and SC IPA SA (RO). The objective is to publish a guide with tools to help other innovation agencies and organisations to drive digitalisation in companies.
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Digitalisation with the customer at the centre


Although digital transformation may be crucial for a company’s long-term competitiveness, it does not automatically improve the relationships with customers. The second L-DIH Talk focused on how to redefine the customer experience and ensure that digitalisation goes hand in hand with customer satisfaction.
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Research support for industry’s digital transformation


The Luxembourg Digital Innovation Hub (L-DIH) has the mission to support industrial companies in their digital transformation processes. On 13 February 2020, the L-DIH invited Luxembourg’s industry to the first part of a series of talks on different aspects of digitalisation and industry 4.0.
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#RDI Act: Aiva, innovation at your fingertips


It is through the Fit 4 Start program that Aiva Technologies, which develops algorithms based on artificial intelligence to compose music, has embarked on an accelerated innovation process.
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Developing relevant digitalisation programmes for SMEs


Luxinnovation is part of the DigiJourney project, an EU-funded initiative focusing on supporting the digitalisation of SMEs.
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