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Individually, these initiatives have an impact. Together, they make a movement. Check out the public-private partnerships & public projects defining Luxembourg’s digitalization.
Calendar All 66 connectivity 5 data 6 ecosystem 12 government 9 skills 26 technology 8 20 15
April May Digital4Education Digital4Education
Through apprenticeship programs & innovative educational projects that bring digital technology to youth, the strategy will inspire future ICT experts & entrepreneurs.
June Wifi4EU Wifi4EU
An ancient city with a digital edge, Luxembourg wants to protect society’s right to internet access.
July digital by default digital by default
As part of the government’s principles for implementing effective digital administration, digital by default is the start to establishing a new, entirely digital legacy.
August September Makerspaces Makerspaces
Makerspaces transforms school facilities into temples of discovery.
October Fit4Start Fit4Start
Fit4Start takes early-stage startups on a 16-week journey during which they benefit from weekly coaching & follow up by lean startup experts.
November December broadband strategy broadband strategy
Over a decade ago, Luxembourg began laying the foundation for all residents as well as the public & private sectors to participate in the growing digital economy.
20 16 January WhatAVenture WhatAVenture
WhatAVenture is an online platform that helps SME's accelerate their business ideas.
Fit4Coding turns participants into developers within the space of a single season.
women in tech women in tech
The full expression of digitalization will only happen when every segment of society can participate.
March IT recruitment IT recruitment
Due to the exponential growth of ICT, EU countries pursue creative avenues to help fill their skills needs.
Einfach Lëtzebuerg Einfach Lëtzebuerg
Administrative simplification underlies the Einfach Lëtzebuerg action plan.
April digital tech fund digital tech fund
The €20 million Digital Tech Fund illustrates Luxembourg’s unwavering commitment to its digital future.
May Open Data Open Data
Open data fuels economic growth & innovation by multiplying the applications & value of information.
August September LTS LTS
At Luxembourg Tech School (LTS), 13-19-year-olds fan their passion for the digital realm & hone their skills in tech application.
October LHoFT LHoFT
As a global leader in the financial sector, Luxembourg proved to be the perfect home base for fintech startups that are building upon traditional finance.
November Infrachain Infrachain
Digital Luxembourg wants to build a European network of host operators.
BIM combines smart 3D modeling and collaboration, resulting in projects that are constructed at the digital level first using input from all involved.
December 20 17 January Sarl-S Sarl-S
One euro & one day is all one person needs to set up a company in Luxembourg.
Citizens can securely complete administrative processes online via MyGuichet.lu.
Imagine typing in a personal legal question online & receiving a detailed, intelligent answer based on Luxembourgish law.
Startup ecosystem branding Startup ecosystem branding
In 2017, Digital Luxembourg’s startup ecosystem working group, chaired by the Ministry of the Economy, set out to define its main objective.
In 2017, the Ministry of the Civil Service launched the GovJobs portal, the cornerstone of its fully digitalized recruitment system.
Hello Future Hello Future
Hello Future brings schools & businesses together, exposing young people to potential careers as technicians, engineers & other highly skilled roles.
February March FNR & PayPal PEARL chair FNR & PayPal PEARL chair
Recognizing the importance of fintech & Luxembourg’s unique relationship to it as a financial services hub, PayPal, the Luxembourg National Research Fund & the University of Luxembourg launched a PEARL Chair.
June July Fit4Digital Fit4Digital
The Fit4Digital program is the starting point for businesses ready for a digital transformation.
August October VR VR
Digital Luxembourg & the Luxembourg Film Fund have teamed up to launch a permanent VR cinema at the Casino Luxembourg.
November 20 18 January Cisco partnership Cisco partnership
Leading technology company Cisco is teaming up with the Grand Duchy to help accelerate its country-wide digitalization.
Coding4Kids gives each child a gateway to first-hand programming experiences.
Go Digital Go Digital
To mold the strongest possible digital economy, inclusion is key.
March June EuroHPC EuroHPC
Setting up an EU-wide HPC network initiated by Luxembourg.
August GDPR GDPR
a responsible answer to an increasingly digital world
Dance lessons, sports practice, music classes…children have a host of standard extracurricular activities to choose from that let them learn, relax & enjoy. Workshop4Me adds one more to the list: coding!
September CodeStart CodeStart
Codestart brings together young adults for a two-week training that gives them an inside look at the field of programming.
5G rollout 5G rollout
Discover Luxembourg's strategy for a national 5G rollout.
October Spectrum Spectrum
With Spectrum, Technoport is exploring how blockchain can simplify the process of rights & revenue management.
December 20 19 January Nvidia partnership Nvidia partnership Luxembourg & Nvidia will set up a joint AI lab to enable access into Nvidia’s arsenal of high-tech software, hardware and world-class computer scientists.
March April AI mapping AI mapping
A snapshot of local innovators using artificial intelligence to enhance industries.
May Deep Learning Institute Deep Learning Institute
Still in its youth, deep learning possesses the capacity to solve the planet’s biggest challenges.
AI: a strategic vision for Luxembourg AI: a strategic vision for Luxembourg
Luxembourg's national AI Vision underlines the country’s unique ability to become a living lab of real-world AI applications, while developing leading AI regulations that put people first.
public sector blockchain public sector blockchain
In spring 2019, the Ministry of Digitalisation, in collaboration with CTIE and SIGI, announced the creation of the first blockchain in the public sector.
June QCI initiative QCI initiative
The benefits of QCI boil down to extremely high levels of security, enabled through both earth- & space-based components.
The GouvCheck app allows you verify, in real time and for free, the authenticity of official documents issued by an administrative body in Luxembourg
August September MyRH MyRH
Digitalization doesn’t end at the public service’s recruitment process.
December 20 20 January GoldenMe GoldenMe
GoldenMe is a not-for-profit organization that focuses on combatting loneliness and social isolation in people aged 55+
February einfach digital einfach digital
As the technology scene evolves & matures, so too does Luxembourg’s strategy for digital education within its public schools.
March KI-Campus KI-Campus
Each year, KI Campus sends out a call for innovative online learning programs that can be hosted on its platform. Now, projects from Luxembourg can enter the competition too.
August September elements of ai elements of ai
The free & highly acclaimed Elements of AI course is scheduled to officially arrive in Luxembourg.
Kids Life Skills Kids Life Skills
Kids Life Skills begins by imparting basic coding concepts & logic to children, ages 4-13 years, using hands-on puzzles & games.
December 20 21 January Digital Skills & Job Coalition Digital Skills & Job Coalition
Promoting and developing digital skills for everyone - from primary school students to ICT professionals
Info Flow Savvy Info Flow Savvy
Digital tools have transformed the way we work, giving us access to oceans of data and making many tasks immeasurably easier. But at what cost to humans?
AI4Gov Call for Projects AI4Gov Call for Projects
Cultivating IT expertise & innovation from within. AI4Gov puts public servants in the driver’s seat with hands-on experience in the implementation of AI-based technologies.
Read-Y is a digital library that gives Luxembourg high-school students (as well as their teachers and librarians) access to 20,000 digital books in German, French and English.
April June Women Cyber Force Women Cyber Force
In Luxembourg, a group of women are taking on cybersecurity’s biggest problems: a lack of female representation
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