- Definitions of prerequisites
- Assessment of implementation
- Estimate of costs
- Savings in terms of time and money
Minor details often determine whether a project is a success or a failure. A feasibility study is a good way to detect weaknesses and define the prerequisites for success, which means they can be taken into account in the very earliest planning phase. That makes it possible to avoid delays and wasted resources from the very beginning. Docter Optics regularly carries out feasibility studies for customers interested in the production of optical components, optical subassemblies or optical systems.
These feasibility studies include theoretical analysis using basic product development techniques to identify the most promising solutions and are also backed up by computer simulation. Extensive testing facilities are available for experimental investigation.