Best practices in technology roadmapping - 27 April, Heathrow

March 28, 2006

Brussels, Mar 2006

A one-day conference on technology roadmapping best practices and how to attain widespread adoption will take place in Heathrow, the UK, on April.

Speakers from leading multinational technology companies, including Philips, BAE and Boeing, as well as members of leading academic institutions Cambridge University and the Fraunhofer Institute will share their experiences, implementation strategies and benefits obtained from technology roadmapping.

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