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Agile Port System Transition Support Transition Plan Development
Technical rept. Apr-May 2013
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIV LONG BEACH CENTER FOR THE COMMERCIAL DEPLOYMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TECHNOLOGIES (CCDOTT)
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This material is based upon work supported by the Office of Naval Research, under Purchase Order No. N00014-12-M-0441 with the California State University, Long Beach Foundation, Center for the Commercial Deployment of Transportation Technologies CCDoTT. Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Center for the Commercial Deployment of Transportation Technologies CCDoTT at California State University, Long Beach. Technology Transfer and Transition is the deliberate process of converting innovative concepts into usable, scalable and replicable capabilities. California State University Long Beach Foundation CSULB Center for Commercial Deployment of Transportation Technologies CCDoTT is in the process of transitioning concepts developed over a decade of partnership with the Office of Naval Research ONR into military and commercial user-validated deployable capabilities. The functions of CCDoTT, through the Agile Port Systems APS and Strategic Mobility 21 SM21 programs, have been both iterative and collaborative with regards to project development. CCDoTT has been charged to create a bigger pie and not to develop sole proprietary products. As such, CCDoTT was further charged to assure the use of concepts intended to involve cooperation between commercial and military communities, and through dual use design, to assure benefit both communities. As the first step of a process to identify and develop transition technologies, this paper focuses initially on the identification of worthwhile technologies that the Office of Naval Research ONR has interest in developing. As the second step, each of the identified technologies of interest to ONR is reviewed to ascertain characteristics and conditions holding worth or issue and to document the findings under pre-defined categories.
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