Innovative projects are often based on invalidated assumptions and hypotheses. Once solved they bring a lot of value. But they also pose a lot of technological risks.
We help you execute R&D projects with our custom process focused on exploration, risk management and prototyping.
- shorten the number of cycles necessary to validate hypothesis
- creatively approach asking the right questions
- actively engage you and your scientific/engineering team in to problem solving
- deliver working prototype of your product
Our R&D process
Define and Understand the Problem — We start by thoroughly understanding the problem we intend to solve. We engage with stakeholders, conduct interviews, and gather data to gain insights into the problem’s scope and impact.
Define project Goals, Objectives, and Stakeholder Expectations: We collectively define the goals and objectives of our project. We understand what our stakeholders (including end—users, investors, and partners) expect from our solution.
Explore Possible Solutions — We brainstorm and explore a wide range of potential solutions to the identified problem. This phase may involve conducting user tests or engaging with potential users to gather feedback and refine our ideas.
Market Research — We analyze the market to identify trends, customer needs, and competitors. We determine the feasibility of our solution in the current market landscape.
Scientific Literature Research — If our solution involves advanced technology, we delve into scientific literature to understand the state of the art and potential breakthroughs in the field.
3.Prototyping and Testing
Iterate Through Prototyping — We collectively develop prototypes or proof—of—concepts (PoCs) to test different aspects of our solution. We iterate and refine our prototypes based on feedback.
PoCs Implementation — We implement more advanced PoCs to validate the technical feasibility of our solution. This may involve research and development activities.
Risk Assessment Testing — We attack the riskiest parts of the product to validate the client’s or our own assumptions. We do that by performing a RAT test (Riskiest Assumption Test).