Digitalisation Yes – But good processes First

Jul 04, 2019 by FEDIL in  News

In 2017, D4I organised an event to inform on research trends and concrete Industry 4.0 projects implemented in Luxembourg. At this event, participants had the opportunity to sign up for a free Quick-Check ‘Industry 4.0’ assessment.

At this 2019 follow up event, Prof Dr Thomas Korne from the Institute for Production and Logistics Systems (IPL) in Saarbrücken first gave a short in presentation about general results of quick-check assessments in companies. Then companies that have undertaken such an assessment provided decision-makers and managing directors of small and medium-sized enterprises could with their  feedback on the assessment.

While Luxspace shared their takeaways on Industry 4.0 benefits for small volume companies, Prestacylinders explained that processes need to be optimised first before starting digital.

Presentation available here

“ROBOTICS AND AI IN LOGISTICS” CONFERENCE

Nov 30, 2017

Robotics and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are changing the Logistics Landscape and the Cluster for Logistics Luxembourg (C4L) organised a conference dedicated to the current and upcoming trends. 140 guests from various sectors took part in the conference held on November 21st 2017 at the Chamber of Commerce and were eager to meet a panel of experts. 

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.  

Le superordinateur luxembourgeois “Meluxina” fera partie du réseau européen EuroHPC

Jun 14, 2019

En date du 14 juin 2019, le Vice-Premier ministre, ministre de l’Économie, Étienne Schneider, le directeur général adjoint de la Direction générale des réseaux de communication, du contenu et des technologies à la Commission européenne, Khalil Rouhana, ainsi que le CEO de LuxConnect, Roger Lampach, ont présenté le futur superordinateur luxembourgeois, dénommé “Meluxina”, qui intègrera le réseau européen EuroHPC de superordinateurs.