Developmental research is being conducted in several phases in the laboratory or real conditions
The first phase
The first phase usually includes evaluation and calibration of equipment by means of which will facilitate the development itself.
The second phase
The second phase is focused on developing specialized algorithms or prototypes and tested in simulated conditions because of the insight into their performance, and determining further improvements. Tests will be performed iteratively to obtain satisfactory results, and each stage will be preceded by the evaluation of the previous. After reaching satisfactory results testing in real conditions is applied.
The third phase
The third phase includes testing in real conditions. Realistic conditions imply a complex environment in which we are testing maximum efficiency of algorithms and prototypes. By achieving a defined level of quality of algorithms or prototypes, preconditions are realized for their implementation. Knowledge transfer will be accomplished through the implementation of the developed algorithm and associated analysis of the system, and thus the goal of raising competitiveness.