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 TRL scale is the predominant tool for assessing technology maturity across disciplines and industries.
Technology Readiness Level (TRL) is a method of estimating technology maturity of critical technology elements of a program during the acquisition process.
In these countries, price outcomes for solar PV have been similar, or even significantly below, global average prices -- reflecting growing technology maturity and falling technology costs.
The Hype Cycle for IT in GCC, 2017assesses the technology maturity in areas such asdigital business, IT infrastructure and security.
"This is a technology maturity level that just five years ago we would have said may take a long time to develop."
BCG sug that SWFs adopt a horizontal approach, where they can leverage the investment across portfolio companies by accessing technology maturity across companies and share these technologies across their investments.
"When you think about technology, all of us are familiar with the hype curve and the technology maturity curve.
By assessing both the technology maturity and the cost reduction potential of these applications, Innova Research concluded that graphene-reinforced tires, graphene-based friction/thermal management materials, and graphene-integrated electronics applications were the closest to scaled adoption in the automotive applications.
I think, from a technology maturity level, we had grown as much as we potentially could, given the technology limitations that we had.
System prototype demonstrations not only validate the state of technology maturity for enabling technologies, but also provide for early mitigation of system/subsystem integration risk.
The multiband antenna sharing technology maturity level was improved from TRL 4 to 5.
These two sub-regions vary widely in terms of socioeconomics, mobile penetration, technology maturity and regulatory environments.

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