|This area includes what the technology focuses on in terms of its objectives and purpose and the problems and needs it aims to solve for a specific target group in a specific setting.||
This area includes all aspects of the technology itself. This ranges from visual appearance to functionality and certain specific technological aspects such as interoperability.|
(However, there is also an interface to the category “individual”, because certain individually perceived aspects are covered here, such as usability and access).
|This category includes the relevant information on evidence, aspired values as well as intended and unintended effects of the technology.||This area includes reactions and perceived impressions, as well as the behaviour and the relationship of individuals towards the technology.||This area includes aspects that are relevant in the relationship between the technology and an organization.|
|This area includes relevant aspects of the technology in a societal context (e.g. political, juridical, regulatory, or socio-cultural aspects - Overlaps with the area of ethics are possible).||This area includes relevant ethical standards and ethical implications to be considered in relation to the technology.||This area includes relevant economic aspects for the technology (e.g. business model, price, economic evaluation).||This area includes strategic aspects that may be relevant for the introduction and dissemination of the technology.|