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From TRL to SRL : The Concept of Systems Readiness Levels

@inproceedings{Sauser2006FromTT,
  title={From TRL to SRL : The Concept of Systems Readiness Levels},
  author={B. Sauser and D. Ph. and D. Verma and J. Ram{\'i}rez-M{\'a}rquez and R. Gove},
  year={2006}
}
Since the 1980’s the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has used technology readiness level (TRL) as a means to assess the maturity of a particular technology and a scale to compare technologies. In 1999, the Department of Defense (DoD) embraced a similar TRL concept in their programs. The TRL scale is a measure of maturity of an individual technology, with a view towards operational use in a system context. A more comprehensive set of concerns become relevant when this… Expand
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