Technology Scouting

RIIS’s Technology Scouting service is a structured and systematic process by which we identify advances in science and technology that are valuable for our clients. This enables companies to benefit from potentially disruptive technologies, to stay ahead of competition by constantly operating at the technology edge, and to rapidly identify potential new products – or opportunities for products – in a range of markets. Our Technology Scouting Service is made possible through our broad range of partners, our insight into a number of pre-commercial pipelines, and our broad innovation and entrepreneurial community.

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Technology Scouting in the following industries are currently taking place:

If you have technologies that fall into one of these categories, and would like to submit these for inclusion in the research, please contact us with a short description of your technology and your contact details.
Focus area for scouting: Micro-controllers
Fast Moving Consumer Goods
Chilled meat products Extending the shelf life of packaged fresh produce
Focus areas for scouting include Construction Chemicals; Plastics and Polymers; Water Treatment; Paints and Coatings; Mining Chemicals
Technology Scouting Sample Reports
RIIS submits a monthly bulletin to your company outlining any identified emerging technology to your company. A bi-annual (twice per year) report is produced and delivered that summarises all emerging technologies identified up to that point during the 12 month period in accordance to the mutually agreed Emerging Technology Mandate Document.
Focus areas for scouting: Re-chargeable Nickel Metal Hydride batteries; 12 volt/ 5 watt light emitting diode (LED) lamp; Solar panel (3 to 5 watt); Power Storage

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