MANUFUTURE 2017 – Moving up the value chain

Oct 26, 2017 by FEDIL in  News

The international conference, held in Tallinn University of Technology on October 24 & 25, brought together almost 600 leading representatives from industry and academia as well as political figures from all over Europe with the aim of imagining the future of European industry and prioritizing the ways forward form technological development towards the year 2030.

The conference focused on smart manufacturing, Industry 4.0 in practice, the factories of the future, robotics, the internet of things and smart products. Very interesting speeches and presentations can be found here.

How to start with Industry 4.0 in SMEs

Nov 28, 2017

On November 24, 2017, D4I, in collaboration with FEDIL, Luxinnovation, the Ministry of Economy und the University of Luxembourg, organized a conference entitled ‘How to start with Industry 4.0 in SMEs’.

Industry 4.0, HPC and Big Data – Funding and support opportunities for Luxembourg’s manufacturing industry

Oct 20, 2017

A seminar on Industry 4.0, HPC and Big Data was held at the Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce hosted by the Ministry of the Economy, FEDIL and Luxinnovation on October 19, 2017.  A number of speakers offered valuable insight to Luxembourg companies on the European strategy on Digitising Industry and the funding and support opportunities that are available for Luxembourg’s manufacturing industry.  The ball is now in the court of interested companies to make direct contact and find out more.  

Smart Start-ups and new Business Models in Supply Chain – Conference Review

May 31, 2018

Out of the box thinking and disruptive innovation are needed in fast paced sectors like supply chain. Start-Ups are creative enough to inspire big players during these game changing times. In order to promote innovative concepts and projects in Luxembourg and the Greater Region, the 11th Cluster for Logistics Luxembourg conference on May 29th 2018 was dedicated to “Smart Start-ups and new Business Models in Supply Chain”. The topic attracted over 100 guests to the Chamber of Commerce where ten start-ups that had the opportunity to present their services.