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Washington State University National Center for Transportation Infrastructure Durability & Life-Extension (TriDurLE)

Technology Transfer


TriDurLE will maintain an on-going technology transfer program to ensure research results are made available to potential users in a form that can be implemented, utilized, commercialized, or otherwise applied quickly and to the widest possible audience. The goals of T2 activities by TriDurLE will mainly include:

  1.  Knowledge dissemination, to inform stakeholders in various aspects of transportation infrastructure durability and life-extension, including policy makers, public decision makers, transportation infrastructure professionals, industry partners, researchers and technology developers, and the general public
  2. IP implementation, to move the IP from research and development phases towards adoption by practitioners and to spur implementation by industry
  3. Brand awareness building, to increase the visibility of TriDurLE researchers, outputs, and outcomes and to broaden the potential impacts of TriDurLE activities


Read the complete details of the TriDurLE technology transfer plan.