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Luxembourg Space Cluster

 

The Luxembourg Space Cluster brings together renowned and highly specialised companies and public research organisations in order to develop specific technology topics as well as collaborative RDI projects. The Luxembourg Space Cluster focuses on the following thematic areas: Space telecommunications, Global Navigation Satellite System and Location based Applications, Earth observation, Maritime security and safety, Space related technologies. 

Official member of the European Space Agency (ESA) since 2005, Luxembourg provides excellent financial, operational and intellectual support and infrastructures in order to help Luxembourg-based companies and research organisations gain access to innovation within the space sector.

News

  • 23-01-2015 Eyes in the skies: Observing the Earth

    Both Public Research Centre Gabriel Lippmann (*) and private company GeoVille are making use of Earth Observation data to help the environment and improve public safety. Using images from satellites and data from airplanes, drones and ground-based instrumentation, the two organisations are compiling critical pictures of urbanisation, agriculture, forestation, soil and water conditions and biodiversity.

  • 23-01-2015 7 jours pour construire les fondations d'une organisation innovante

    De la définition d'une stratégie d'innovation au lancement d'un produit-service innovant, découvrez le programme 2015 de la formation en gestion de l'innovation proposée par Luxinnovation, la LSC (Luxembourg School of Commerce) et la Chambre des Métiers. Le premier module de la formation aura lieu le 3 mars.

  • 22-01-2015 SES entrusts Arianespace with SES-12 satellite launch scheduled for Q4 2017

    SES S.A. (NYSE Euronext Paris and Luxembourg Stock Exchange: SESG) announced today that the company has selected Arianespace to launch the powerful new hybrid communications satellite, SES-12, on board an Ariane 5 booster from the European Space Center in Kourou, French Guiana, during Q4 2017. This will be the 40th launch of an SES spacecraft on board an European Ariane launch vehicle.