Technology Transfer and Manufacturing Opportunities
Technology transfer is the process of sharing of skills, knowledge, technologies, methods of manufacturing, samples of manufacturing and facilities among other users to ensure that scientific and technological developments are accessible to a wider range of users who can then further develop and exploit the technology into new products, processes, applications, materials or services.
Force 10 International is an Australian based company that designs, manufactures and exports a range of high quality residential accommodation units and various commercial use buildings, such as schools and offices for global destinations.
Force 10 International has developed accommodation solutions that are flexible and adaptable to a diversity of needs, sites and climates and opportunities exist in various areas of the world to install Force 10 manufacturing facilities by way of technology transfer.
Technology transfer of the Force 10 Building System covers:
- Exclusive territory
- Turnkey Equipment – installed and commissioned
- Technical documentation – Drawings and Design Criteria
- Manufacturing Management Systems
- ISO9001 Quality Assurance systems
- Software ACAD, Takeoffs and Accounting systems
- Technical Expertise
- Organisation structure and job responsibility statements.
Technology transfer of the Force 10 system involves:
Step 1 – Complete a capability study in the selected area
Step 2 – Enter into a manufacturing licence agreement contract for the selected areas
Step 3 – Force 10 International designs, procures, installs and commissions a turnkey dedicated Force 10 manufacturing facility complete with all training, documentation, equipment, tools, designs and associated requirements to allow complete manufacture and construction of the Force 10 Engineered building system
Step 4 – On going technical support from Force 10 International.