developed in-house by an S & T lab will seldom get transitioned into an acquisition program unless a solution cannot be found elsewhere or the technology is transferred to a commercial entity for development.
While full achievement of the potential is not likely, technologies
already emerging from the program indicate that 25% to 30% of the potential is reasonable.
Here, the technology is more narrowly owned and notably pulls money from sustaining technologies
as global reimbursement helps channel this discourse.
The key word with communications technologies
is "bandwidth"--the size of the "pipe" that data travels through to reach their destination.
The key to technological competitiveness is an ability to manage a portfolio of technologies
that have become increasingly complex and more integrated.
Hence, individualized family service plans (IFSP) must now include the provision of technologies
appropriate to meet the needs of young children and families.
For example, it focuses on mature technologies
instead of less proven ones that often delay schedules and drive up costs.
School leaders who see and experience the possible contribution of technologies
for their work become highly motivated to learn and integrate technological tools.
Professional development in new technologies
, such as training institutes and on-site courses
To help health care organizations investigate specific technologies
, ECRI developed another database to provide a description of the technology and its applications, a perspective on other technologies
used for similar purposes, and information on the implications of using it.
This lack of transportation services reported by a majority of disabled respondents is interesting in light of responses pertaining to satisfaction with technologies
Project Manager of Isis Innovation, the technology transfer group of the University of Oxford said, "We look forward to the opportunity to work with Material Technologies