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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.

Opportunities

http://www.innovation.public.lu/

Check out all open Calls for proposals on the Luxembourg Portal for Innovation and Research

News

  • 20-01-2017 Copernicus Climate Change Service releases Invitation to Tender

    The Copernicus Climate Change Service has released an Invitation to Tender for Global and European Services to build upon the experience gained from the C3S Sectoral Information System proof of concepts. The deadline for submitting a tender is 14 February 2017.

  • 20-01-2017 MANUNET call for proposals open

    The MANUNET network is launching a call for project proposals in the field of collaborative, market-oriented R&D in manufacturing. Luxinnovation and the Ministry of the Economy have joined MANUNET, thereby making it possible for Luxembourg companies to participate.The deadline for submitting a pre-proposal is 17 March 2017. 

  • 16-12-2016 ESA's Revised Call for Proposals for Earth Explorer Mission EE-9 now open

    As part of its Earth Observation Envelope Programme, the European Space Agency (ESA) announces an opportunity for scientists from the Earth Observation communities in ESA Member States and Canada, to make proposals to be assessed as potential Earth Explorer Mission EE-9.