RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT WORKS
The research works include theoretical and experimental works whose aim is to identify basic attributes of the technology used.
The result of the research is merely obtaining new knowledge about a specific phenomenon (without attempting to define the direct commercial use of it).
observing and describing fundamental attributes of a specific phenomenon
The research includes creating components of complex systems and preparing the original prototype. If there is a need the research may also be elaborated to include the construction of necessary pilot lines.
The result of the industrial research is obtaining knowledge and skills necessary to develop new products, processes or services or improving existing ones.
defining the concept or future use of the technology
analytic and experimental confirmation of the expected outcomes of scientific reaserch carried on chosen elements of the technology
verifying components or basic subsystems of the technology in laboratory conditions
verifying components or basic subsystems of the technology in an environment similar to real environment
demonstrating the prototype or model of the system/subsystem of the technology in conditions similar to real conditions
The works include preparing complete prototypes, creating pilot lines or demonstration lines, testing and validating products, processes or services which are being developed or improved.
The result of the development works is creating new or improving existing products, processes or services.
demonstrating the prototype of the technology in operational conditions
demonstrating the ultimate form of the technology
testing the technology in real conditions
Based on materials acquired from the National Center for Research and Development.