Technology readiness level estimation for multifunctional room automation devices

It is especially important to evaluate the feasibility and effectiveness of a newly developed technology when creating technological innovations that require significant resources. In this regard, a special role is played by a technique in which it is possible to assess the degree of technological feasibility of developing a new competitive product. In this work carried out the test of the technology readiness assessment methodology based on the use of an Integrated Readiness Level (IRL) on a project of develop a multi-sensor automated control system for room devices. Taking into account the identified interactions within the proposed system of automated control of room devices, the Technological Readiness Level (TRL) corresponds to the concept state. The considered method of monitoring of the project technological component is used by the authors in the formation of the roadmap of the project in question. This technique can be used to determine the moments of decision-making on the allocation of resources within the portfolio of innovative projects of companies

Keywords: eadiness level, assessment, planning, roadmap, innovation project


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