Innovation Technologies for Advanced Information Systems

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15407/scine18.04.106

Keywords:

innovations, technological documentation, technical process, technological equipment.

Abstract

Introduction. Ukraine has possessed space control (SC) technologies employing different means of control, which are based on the radar engineering solutions used for the development of Dnipro radar.
Problem Statement. The specific characteristics of advanced radar technologies make it difficult to maintain monopolistic positions in the technology sphere. In the global practice of creating large information systems, always there is the problem of availability and, even more so, the introduction of new technologies, so the developer has to work out his own innovation technology for all stages of the life cycle.
Purpose. The purpose of this research is to analyze and to generalize the design and technological features of advanced SC information systems development and production.
Materials and Methods. The system analysis of the aspects of design and technological support in the process of developing and manufacturing a new radar generation with the use of the conventional and cutting-edge R&D achievements has been used.
Results. It has been shown that because of the fact that while developing a space control radar innovation, the developer may not always use advanced scientific knowledge as basis for creating new technology and sometimes has to look for solutions outside the scholarly research field, based on the existing research and engineering experience and technological monopoly as a result of his/her own developments and inventions. Some specific aspects of the preparatory works and related problems, as well as the possible ways for their effective solution have been considered. Several proposals aiming at ensuring the equipment efficiency at all stages of new model life cycle have been presented.
Conclusions. Ukraine remains among a few countries having a full technological cycle of development and manufacture of highly advanced information systems. However, to ensure sustainable development of the in dustry, the necessary conditions are the availability of R&D experience and the development of their own innovation technologies.

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Author Biographies

Yu. LAVRICH, Institute of Transport Systems and Technologies, the NAS of Ukraine, nstitute of Transport Systems and Technologies, the NAS of Ukraine

Ph.d on tech. sci., senior sci.

S. PLAKSIN, Institute of Transport Systems and Technologies, the NAS of Ukraine

Dr.sci. on phys. & math., senior sci.

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Published

2022-08-14

How to Cite

LAVRICH Ю., PLAKSIN С., & POGORILA Л. (2022). Innovation Technologies for Advanced Information Systems. Science and Innovation, 18(4), 106–119. https://doi.org/10.15407/scine18.04.106

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The World of Innovation