mature technology

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mature technology

A popular term for any technology for which any improvements in deployment are evolutionary rather than revolutionary.
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The recent assignments by well-known insurance companies underline the competitiveness and technological maturity of the solution across all lines of business.
In the last year of the project (2018), the team successfully deployed prototype sensing systems in small commercial coal- and natural gas-fired boilers at the Virginia Tech Power Plant, thus advancing the technological maturity by validating system performance in a real environment.
The new ANDRITZ teXcal Raconip TT sets new standards in textile processing for technical textiles, such as sportswear, workwear, canvas, and parachute fabric, both in terms of technological maturity and of design.
While money in Southeast Asia is still overwhelmingly perceived as equivalent to cash, the thriving market in this part of the globe has reached a level of technological maturity in which Internet adoption and mobile phone penetration can make cashless transactions skyrocket in the region.
However, we have reached a point of technological maturity where it is finally possible to acquire large amounts of image data, normalize it, transmit it, store it, and analyze it.
A new generation of the Sprint stretcher, personalised OptiCare active mattresses and the Eleganza 2 universal bed equipped with a smart BedMonitor "emphasises the technological maturity and innovation of our state-of-art products, features and applications, moving the LINET brand to the highest level in our industry", he added.
"Adoption of cutting edge technologies is a strategic imperative that will always be a cornerstone in etisalat agenda, and while we operate in multiple markets with varying levels of technological maturity, our home market remains a driving force; as we witness the government adopting futuristic technologies, like AI and Blockchain, and leading the digital transformation of the society as a whole"
Ivano Iannelli, CEO of DCCE said: "You can't manage what you can't measure is often used as a management mantra and it is important for our projects to be capable of leveraging a strong dataset to demonstrate the value of technological maturity.
ICCP Director Sagiv Massad stated there are three criteria the five judges are looking for to be a winner: (1) innovative element solution; (2) technological maturity; and (3) market.
Technological maturity and lower costs coupled with benefits of
Clients are keen to reap the benefits, but until all links of the supply chain are at the same stage of technological maturity, we won't see the returns fully materialise."
Technological maturity -- as exemplified by the Open Networking

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