Development Strategy and Objectives

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Development Strategy and Objectives

The development strategy has two objectives. The first strategic objective refers to an increase in the level of technological development (and consequently competitiveness) of those engaged in individual selected priority development trends (core technologies), and the second strategic objective refers to an increase in the level of technological development (and consequently competitiveness) of the users of the process control technology. These two objectives will be achieved through activities in the framework of the following three strategic policies:

Advanced algorithms for programmable controllers provide for high capacity and reliable operation of machines and processes

Operational objectives in the scope of the mentioned strategic policies will be achieved by 14 project groups (investments), 10 of which are of vertical and 4 of horizontal type. Vertical project groups are technological-marketing project groups covering individual priority development areas. Their final objective is development, production and sale of products (services) on the market. Horizontal project groups are problem-infrastructure oriented project groups. They are designed to provide various forms of support to the technological-marketing projects, such as knowledge dissemination, promotion, etc. We expect that the achievement of these objectives will bring 25 new (improved) technologies, 45 new (improved) products, and 43 new (improved) services. In so doing, we plan to execute 40 implementation demonstration projects on users’ processes and machines, and achieve numerous results in knowledge dissemination, promotion, marketing etc..

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