Technology Transfer to Industry
This chapter discusses technology transfer which is concerned with the practical exploitation of new technology developed by an academic or industrial research group, and the objective is to facilitate the use of the technology in an industrial environment. Technology transfer needs to take place in a controlled manner, and it is important to conduct a pilot of the technology prior to a decision on general deployment.
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