Innovation is more related to a product or a technological process. The OECD Oslo Manual of the OECD, which also specifies "guidelines for the collection and interpretation of interpretation of innovation data", gives the following definition in its in its 3rd edition: "Technological product and process innovations (TPPs) cover technologically new products and processes as well as products and processes as well as significant technological improvements in products and processes that technological improvements of products and processes that have been achieved. A BPT innovation has been accomplished when it has been introduced on the market (product innovation) or used in a production process (process innovation). BPT innovations involve involve all kinds of scientific, technological, organizational financial and commercial activities. The innovative firm is a firm that has achieved technologically new or significantly improved products or processes during the period under consideration."
You will therefore understand that an innovation project is more a matter of competitive intelligence on a given market. The TPP innovations must result in the design or the realization of a new product which will offer performances superior performances compared to its predecessors. It can be on the ergonomics of the product, on its eco-design, respecting the principles of sustainable development and the environment, on functionalities or even technical aspects.