Luxembourg is a driving force for "cleaner, safer, connected and more advanced mobility."
Carloh Charging station pictured.
Photo: Patrick Galbats (archives)
As we have seen in our series of articles this week, Luxembourg has an automotive components industry that is a major pillar of the economy and widely recognised internationally. With public and private support, a staggering amount of innovation and R&D takes place in here, allowing Luxembourg to stay at the forefront of shaping the future of the industry.
Already renowned as a key location of Tier 1 and Tier 2 automotive supplies (as explained in Delano earlier this week), Luxembourg is now becoming a driving force in digitalisation and connected driving in keeping with the European Union’s ambitions for, “safer cleaner, connected and more advanced mobility.” See our article here for further details.
As such, the digitalisation of mobility will be the theme of the Automotive Day 2018 which will take place on 7 June 2018, where key players from the automotive industry of the Greater Region will gather to discuss the future of automated driving, connected equipment and artificial intelligence, as well as the all-important business networking.
The Automotive Day is hailed as, “The most important annual event in the Greater Region for top professionals in the automotive sector,” and further information and registration can be found here.