In May 2019, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Space between the Governments of the United States of America and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg designated both NASA and LSA to exchange information about prospective collaboration. Based on this MoU, NASA Administrator James. F. Bridenstine and LSA Chief Executive Officer Dr. Marc Serres signed at the 70th International Aeronautical Congress in Washington DC a joint statement of intent to further deepen US-Luxembourg co-operation in space.
Plus de 400 personnes ont assisté le jeudi 3 octobre 2019 à la 9e édition du Fit 4 Start Selection & Graduation Day au Kinepolis de Kirchberg. Cette année, 20 start-up actives dans les domaines des TIC, des technologies de la santé et de l’espace, ont été sélectionnées.
Luxembourg is now home to one of the world's largest Data Lake for space data analytics. Spire Global, one of the world's largest space-to-cloud analytics companies, today announced that Spire Global Luxembourg will launch its open source Data Lake as of July 10th. The Spire Data Lake is accessible free of charge to all start-ups, research institutes, and public agencies in Luxembourg. These entities will be provided with sets of proprietary, differentiating, high-quality data for research and non-commercial product development activities.
From the Pitch Your Startup competition which brought together more than 60 startups from around the globe, to the 2 days of conferences with world-class speakers sharing their knowledge and views on the topics of Fintech, Space and AI, re-live the 2019 edition of ICT Spring through the lens of Marion Dessard, Dominique Gaul and Oliver Dessy.
Deloitte Luxembourg était l'un des sponsors de l’ICT Spring 2019, la conférence dédiée à la technologique mondiale. Cet événement annuel de deux jours offre aux participants l’occasion de renforcer leurs connaissances numériques, d’explorer les développements de la technologie financière et de découvrir les nouvelles avancées de la technologie spatiale.
Space industry specialist have made the trip from all over Europe and beyond to attend the third edition of the Space Forum, a two-day event held in Luxembourg on May 21 and 22, aimed at promoting exchanges and triggering debates between all the active forces of the sector. Three main topics were addressed during the second day of the event: Services for Agriculture, Transportation & IoT, Space entrepreneurs, and Space Data.
Space industry specialists have made the trip from all over Europe and beyond to attend the third edition of the Space Forum, a two-day event held in Luxembourg on May 21 and 22, aimed at promoting exchanges and triggering debates between all the active forces of the sector. Three main topics were addressed during the first day of the event: Security, Open Access to Space, and Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
Marc Serres, CEO of the Luxembourg Space Agency, announces the Luxembourg Space Agency (LSA) Data Center, at the Space Forum, Luxembourg.
On May 21st and 22nd, space and digital experts will share their knowledge and discuss the latest trends during the next edition of Space Forum. Organized in parallel of ICT Spring, a global tech conference, Space Forum will take place at the European Convention Center Luxembourg, at the very heart of Europe. Today, the organizers are announcing an impressive list of international speakers, companies and innovative startups, who will participate to the event. Meet key-decision makers in Earth Observation, Telecoms, IoT, defense, security and more.
On February 14th, 2019, Luxembourg will host the third edition of the GOVSATCOM conference for European Defence and Security. This conference is organized by the satellite operator GovSat, with the support of the Luxembourg Government and supporting companies.