Driven Research in Defence Technology to Commercialization

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Vissanu Mungkung


National laboratories within government, industry and academias invest heavily in resources and funding in research and development. Despite numerous discoveries that have been granted, the ratio of researches have been transformed to military capability still limited. In order to utilize resources effectively, research agengies must consider adopting New Product Development concept, allignment with organization's strategy, clarify requirements, communicate with stake holders, define practical research objective, develop R&D investment plan and technological roadmap, refine project selection critirias.


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V. . Mungkung, “Driven Research in Defence Technology to Commercialization”, Def. Technol. Acad. J., vol. 2, no. 5, pp. 36–45, Aug. 2020.
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