Technological Free Zones (ZLTs) are physical spaces, places intended for the demonstration and testing of new technologies, through the creation of specific and adapted regulatory regimes.
The aim of the ZLTs is to enable the testing and experimentation of innovative technology-based technologies, products, services and processes, in a real or nearly-real environment, with direct and permanent monitoring by the competent regulatory authorities, namely in terms of testing, providing information, guidelines and recommendations, corresponding to the regulatory sandbox concept.
What is the Test Authority and what does it do?
What are Regulatory Entities?
Who are the Promoters?
Who are the Participants?
What is a regulatory sandbox?