Our CEO, Mr Jun had a proactive discussion with Mr Franz Fayot, Luxembourg Minister of the Economy last week.
“We are delighted that INFINIQ has chosen Luxembourg as its European location and is establishing its activities on the Automobility Innovation Campus in Bissen. INFINIQ’s activities perfectly fit with our data-driven innovation strategy and with the priorities for the development of the automotive & mobility sector, one of the key diversification sectors of the Luxembourg economy, said Mr Franz Fayot.
(Franz Fayot, Junhyung Park, Sven-Orjan Larsson)
Luxembourg, where our new office is located, is the place to support research and innovation activities for automobile-related companies and is a strategic point to letting traveling within an hour to all regions of Europe countries such as Germany, France, Sweden and Italy.
(INFINIQ EU office in Luxembourg)
Based on this, we will accelerate its full-fledged global advancement in training data for autonomous driving field. We plan to increase corporate investment efficiency and strengthen R&D cooperation through information sharing with active networking.