Technical feasibility

SECTION I: Testing

 

1

Has the R & D result been tested?

YES

x

NO

 

 

The following question is replied according to the reply in question 1

 

If yes

 

1a

In what mode has the result been tested?

•             Prototype

•             Pilot Application

•             Alpha/BETA testing

 

There were greenhouse tests

 

1b. Please describe and discuss the testing results
It is a new biological substance, which is capable of blocking the spread of pathogens, primarily in oyster mushrooms and champignons, by secreting an antibiotic and thus acting as an antagonist.

 

If no:

 

1c

Describe what type of testing does the R&D result need?
Detailed comment

 

1d. What is the time needed for testing?
 
1e. What is the cost needed for testing?
 

 

 

SECTION 2: Current Stage of Development

 

2a

To what extent does the development team have technical resources for supporting the production of a new product? (Researchers, human resources, hardware, etc. )
The material is deposited (for the patent purpose had to be freeze-dried mushrooms) – propagation is required. Anyone can do it, who has dealt with mushrooms before. Minor adaptations are necessary these steps would be to get the utility-scale production. Such expertise is available, money and people should be necessary.

 

2b

What are the technical issues that need to be tackled for full deployment, if needed?
It is live material, therefore questionable how long they work? Whether the aqueous solution will be the best? In what packages can be kept on a shelf?

 

2c

What additional technical resources are needed for the production of this new product?
It will be done by the subcontractor.

 

2d

Overall assessment of the current stage of technical development.
The development of the technology has been completed. The next step will be the product development phase.

 

SECTION 3: Deployment

3a

Define the demands for large scale production in terms of
  • Materials
Suspension from the subcontractor, vendor containers.

 

  • technologies, tools, machineries
Charging equipment, packaging machinery, distributions.

 

  • Staff effort
It depends on the production.

 

 

SECTION 4: Overall Assessment

 

1

What is you overall assessment of the technical feasibility of the research result?
The development of the technology has been completed. The next step will be the product development phase. One task involved in product development will be to obtain permits in individual potential target countries and concurrently test the most recommended forms of the substance for product distribution in terms of both storage life and usability.

 

 

 

 

KEYWORDS QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT (0-5).

 

Please put X as appropriate. 1 2 3 4 5
Adequacy of testing activity undertaken so far         X
Adequacy and availability of technical resources of the development team         X
Current development stage         X
Overall technical feasibility         x

 

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