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What is Technology Transfer

Impact of Industry 4.0 on Architecture and Cultural Heritage
Those activities that lead to the adoption of a new technology by users, and involves dissemination, demonstration, training and other activities that lead to eventual innovation.
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Integrated Digital Models for the Representation and Diagnosis in Existing Buildings: The Clust-ER BUILD Project for the Value Chain Innovation
Marcello Balzani (Department of Architecture, University of Ferrara, Italy) and Fabiana Raco (Department of Architecture, University of Ferrara, Italy)
Copyright: © 2020 |Pages: 21
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-1234-0.ch008
With reference to the fourth Industrial Revolution - the knowledge economy (Rooney, 2005) - the generation of integrated digital models represents one of the most important drivers to generate tangible and intangible added value, helping to incorporate part of the knowledge into production processes. However, in addition to the process of sharing and implementing digital data, the creation of digital models is extremely complex and expensive if it does not involve the set of requirements and needs in the early phase of the project, according to an inclusive and collaborative approach (Carraher et. al. 2017). In this framework, the “Clust-ER BUILD” project aims to achieve integrated Building Information Modelling models and Key Enabling Technologies (KETs) solutions to support innovation, industrial research, and the updating of competencies for intervention projects on existing buildings and cultural heritage.
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Technology Transfer as a Mechanism for the Internationalization of Higher Education in Brazil
The process of disseminating scientific discoveries and innovations from academia to industry and other sectors of society to facilitate their practical application and commercialization.
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University-Based Entrepreneurial Ecosystems: Evidence From Technology Transfer Policies and Infrastructure
A process of disseminating technology from the actors and locations of its origination to broader distribution among more people and places. It occurs along various approaches, being the most common, from universities to businesses.
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Organizational Factors and the Success of Technology Transfer
The process that allows the transfer of technology from one organization to another organization ( Bozeman, 2000 ).
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Strategic Use of Agriculture Information System by Agripreneurs in Rural Economies: Current Role and Future Prospects
The process of disseminating new technologies and other practical applications that largely result from research and development (R&D) efforts in different fields of agriculture.
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Efficiency Assessment of University-Industry Collaboration
Disseminating or spreading “know how” to other stakeholders and interested parties.
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Innovation-Led Development: The Case of Bosnia and Herzegovina
The process of transferring practices and devices from the developed country to the developing countries enabling the later to replicate them, has higher growth rate and catch up with developed country.
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Sustainable Technology Adoption in Public Organizations: Leveraging Digital Capital for Environmental Impact
Sharing or spreading information, skills, and technologies from one group to another is called technology transfer. This process usually takes place between businesses, research institutions, or countries. It lets current innovations be used in new ways and encourages technological progress and economic growth.
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Consumerism and Innovation: The Starting Points for the Creation of University Spin-Off
The process of transferring skills, knowledge, technologies, methods of manufacturing, samples of manufacturing and facilities among governments or universities and other institutions to ensure that scientific and technological developments are accessible to a wider range of users who can then further develop and exploit the technology into new products, processes, applications, materials or services.
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Designing University Techscapes
Moving a technology developed for one organization or environment into another.
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Innovative Approaches to Bridging the Digital Divide: A Focus on Public Organizations
Technology transfer refers to the dissemination and exchange of knowledge, expertise, and technological advancements among various entities, including research institutes, industries, and public agencies. Technology transition refers to moving technology from the research or development phase to commercial applications, enabling the incorporation of new technologies into practical use. Technology transfer frequently occurs through collaborative initiatives, such as partnerships, licensing agreements, and collaborations involving academia, private sector businesses, and public institutions.
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Does Digitalization Have a Causal Relationship With Economic Development?: An Experience From a Country-Wise Panel Data Statistical Analysis
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Exploring the Socioeconomic Facet of Online Inclusive Education in Ghana: The Effects of Technological Advancement in Academia
Also referred to as the transfer of technology, it is the process of moving data, materials, inventions, designs, or technical knowledge from one organization to another.
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Innovation and Technology Transfer Policies in the Brazilian Public Sector
The process of sharing and disseminating technological knowledge, inventions, or innovations from one organization, such as a research institution or a university, to another entity, typically a business or industry, for practical application.
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Market Entry Strategies
The term “technology transfer” refers to a wide range of operations, including the internal transfer of technology from an organization’s R&D or engineering division to its manufacturing division. The same technology transfer from an MNC’s laboratory or activities in one nation to those same laboratories or operations in another country is likewise included. Ultimately, It involves the transfer of technology from a research collaboration financed by numerous corporations to one of the members.
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The System of Innovation With the Case of USA
The transfer and circulation of technological knowledge between national and international actors of the innovation system, such as the universities, industrial institutions, labs and the government.
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The Role of Universities in Industry 4.0 Era: Entrepreneurship and Innovation Perspectives
The movement of new technology from its creator to a user in other terms from developed companies/countries to developing ones in several methods. In other words, assignment of technological intellectual property developed and generated in one place, to another through legal means such as technology licensing or franchising.
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The Effect of Innovative Communication Technologies in Higher Education
The process of transferring skills, technologies, competencies that have been created based on research and can be further utilized to create products and services for the use of many people.
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Technology Transfer Process in Brazil: An Overview of the National Context
The process of moving technology or other intellectual property from one organization or individual to another. This can involve licensing, joint ventures, collaborations, or spin-offs, and is often done to commercialize the technology and bring it to market.
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The Main Challenges of Higher Education Institutions in the 21st Century: A Focus on Entrepreneurship
The process of transferring (disseminating) technology from the places and in-groups of its origination to wider distribution among more people and places.
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