Applied science Applied research aims at solving the practical challenges of the world today, rather than gaining knowledge to learn it. The applied scientist’s goal, it could be said, is to improve the human condition.
Applied researchers, for example, can look for ways to: develop ballistic materials for body armor.
Improve Jet Engine energy efficiency.
Boost the energy efficiency of houses, businesses, or transport vehicles.
Applied Research is part of Budget Activity (BA) 2 with a reimbursement account for Research, Technology, Testing and Evaluation (RDT & E), as part of the Department of Defense acquisitions. It converts promising basic research into solutions for widely specified military needs and involves non-system-specific studies, analysis, and technological efforts. This can also include project design, development and enhancement, and new processes to fulfill the overall task area requirements. Elements of the Program (PE) funded under this BA usually include attempts at pre milestone B.
Advanced system creation and prototyping.
Advanced Component and Prototyping Design (ACD & P)(BA-4) supports efforts to test integrated technologies, representative models, or prototype systems in a practical, high-fidelity operating environment that is funded under this BA. The ACD & P process involves system-specific efforts that help speed up the technical transition from lab to operational use. Prior to incorporation into large and complex systems, focus is put on demonstrating the maturity of components which subsystems, and that include risk management measures. Elements of the curriculum in this group include pre-MS B attempts which are recognized as advanced component production practices which include demonstration technology. Rates 6 and 7 of technical preparation for large programmes must be concluded. System control is exercised at system level and at project level. In the FYDP, a clear development of the system and the production and/or manufacturing funding phases should be apparent.
Advanced Technology Development, Inc. (ATD) is a product development and transportation company that as part of its business offers contract engineering and research consultancy services. The primary operation of ATD is the early production of new technologies which are then sold by various spin-off companies.
ATD has been active in the development of a wide variety of innovations, from environmental and chemical engineering to food and medicine nanotechnologies, from groundbreaking consumer electronics to remote satellite instruments. Current technological advances include: 3D growth of callus stem cells using a RWV bioreactor that simulates microgravity for cosmetic applications; NanoNaseTM is a nuclease-containing nanocomplex designed for targeted destruction of viral or cellular nucleic acids in your host cells and therefore successful in preventing viral infections and in overcoming viral or resistance. Current technology used by mobile phones, laptops and portable electronic devices to minimize acoustic interference in microphone arrangements for direct speech communications and voice recognition in high noise environments: Apple Watch, Google Glass, GoPro Camera, Headphones. Industrial uses of electron beam accelerators for the treatment of gasoline, sewage and sludge, smoke, chemical spills; food and medical waste sterilization; alteration of the plastic and biopolymer electron beam.
Advanced Technology Development is a privately owned Abu Dhabi-based company that focuses on the production, licensing, manufacturing and export of patented exclusive, patented and advanced technologies and components. The business plans to build a portfolio of complementary high-tech companies focused on creativity, intellectual capital, manufacturing precision, and highly qualified people. He’s already started creating ATD Combustors in this process.
The Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC) is Georgia’s country’s technology incubator and helps Georgian startups manage the turbulent waters at different stages of growth to get a sense of the design stages and product prototype to get going and eventually, to scale. ATDC, a Georgia Institute of Technology program founded in 1980, has gained a worldwide reputation for fostering entrepreneurship in technology.
Membership qualifications Must be located in Georgia Must not be a service provider or vendor Technology must be involved in the idea or concept that your company is creating. Examples are: software, equipment, creative machines, optics, communications, advanced fabrication, medical devices, sensors, photonics, nanotechnology.