Innovation is versatile and complex: its multifaceted forms extend from technological improvements, such as medical devices, through to product-related products, services, organisational and societal changes, alongside participative processes. The challenge is to use research results to identify application-oriented ideas, develop them into products or techniques, and introduce and evaluate the results.
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At the DLR Project Management Agency, we have in-depth knowledge of the regional, national, European and international research community. We maintain strong links with relevant stakeholders in all areas of government and research – whether it is in almost all disciplines of fundamental or applied research, or in the use and marketing of results. Our long-standing experience with the shifting sands of innovation allows us to carry out precise assessments concerning the implications of market and sectoral transformation. On the interface of science, education and industry, we help our clients to achieve the objectives of their innovation policies, regardless of where in the value chain the main focus will be necessary. We have a particular strength in recognising the potential for both technical and social innovation, in advising stakeholders throughout all phases of the innovation process and, whenever necessary, in providing classic project and funding management within the framework of the programmes and initiatives we support.