Luxembourg has become a flagship site for both first and second-tier automotive suppliers as well as for providers of mobility related innovative technologies. A wide range of world acclaimed companies such as Delphi, Goodyear and the IEE have established their research and development centres in the Grand Duchy! Luxembourg has set up specific projects with a view to getting ready for challenges in connection with future mobility, in particular digitalisation and decarbonisation.
Through the Luxembourg Automobility Cluster, the Grand Duchy supports various automotive sector actors and investors. The initiative is aimed at developing Luxembourgish automotive production as well as new mobility solutions through creating more synergies and stronger competitiveness. The Grand Duchy is the perfect implementation location thanks to its infrastructure of quality and ICT (information and communication technologies) ecosystem of excellence.
What's more, the Grand Duchy is a co-founding memberof the largest cross-border automotive network, composed of over 500 Luxembourgish, Belgian and German companies. As a result, automotive equipment providers can benefit from international partnerships and synergies, which are necessary for the development and success of the next generation of mobility solutions.
A promising future
Luxembourg set ambitious goals regarding digitalisation, which is certainly not limited to the automotive sector. The implementation of the 5th generation of mobile network technology (5G), artificial intelligence and the implementation of an innovation policy focusing on the development of data economy are essential factors for reliable, high quality future mobility. In this context, Luxembourg initiated a cross-border automated driving project that encompasses a 215km long circuit test! An innovation centre known as the Mobility Innovation Campus was established in 2016 in order to guarantee the implementation of these ambitions.
The Automotive Campus is a business park reserved for research projects and innovative actors, which aims to support collaborations between businesses and public research institutes.
It represents a real open laboratory and promotes the implementation of new activities while making available undeveloped land and shared infrastructures (car park, meeting room, offices).
Join the Mobility Innovation Campus
The Mobility Innovation Campus based in Bissen is fully dedicated to automotive research and development. With a capacity to accommodate 4,000 people, the campus will be the future showcase site of the sector. Innovations related to electro-mobility, self-driving and smart tyres, are currently in the process of being developed there. This environment is truly a driver for innovation!
Luxembourg Automobility Cluster