Technology is deemed to be ready for commercialization when the application for IP protection has been filed and priority date is secured. Please take the following steps
Inventor will submit the technology document along with ITMC agenda form duly forwarded by HOD after the approval of DBRC of the respective division on given proforma to Incharge, ZTM & BPD Unit for considering the technology mature enough to offer to industry for Commercialization.
The inventor will present the case in the ITMC meeting and share the technical details with the Committee. If considered, the ITMC will fix the terms and conditions for commercialization of the technology. ZTM & BPD Unit will perform marketability assessments of technology and will launch the marketing campaign for that.
After getting interest from industry, ZTM will fix the meeting between inventor and industry. Once the industry expresses its interest, agreement for licensing of the technology will be executed with the industry.
Technology Transfer Document (TTD)" is the document containing the information details of Licensed Technology, optimum production guidelines; identifying all materials used; the specifications for each material and product, and the required quality control procedures, precautions etc. and is annexed at TTD. A sample TTD is seen below.
Inventor will hand over the Technology Transfer Document to industry after agreement execution.
Inventor will transfer technology know-how to industry personnel by showcasing the process of technology in his/her lab as well as giving training to industry personnel on mutual agreed dates within three months of execution of agreement. Once the training is over, The Inventor will submit duly signed "Technology Transfer Completion Certificate (TTCC) by him/her and industry personnel to ZTM & BPD Unit for completion of technology transfer process.