The RDI Priority Areas and their priorities, approved by the Government of the Republic of Lithuania, are:
1. “Energy and a sustainable environment” priorities:
1.1. Smart systems for energy efficiency, diagnostic, monitoring, metering and management of generators, grids and customers;
1.2. Energy and fuel production using biomass/waste and waste treatment, storage and disposal;
1.3. Technology for the development and use of smart low-energy buildings – digital construction;
1.4. Solar energy equipment and technologies for its use for the production of electricity, heat and cooling.
2. “Inclusive and creative society” priorities:
2.1. Modern self-development technologies and processes;
2.2. Technologies and processes for the development and implementation of breakthrough innovations.
3. “Agro-innovation and food technologies” priorities:
3.1. Sustainable agro-biological resources and safer food;
3.2. Functional food;
3.3. Innovative development, improvement and processing of biological raw materials (biorefinery).
4. “New production processes, materials and technologies” priorities:
4.1. Photonic and laser technologies;
4.2. Functional materials and coatings;
4.3. Structural and composite materials;
4.4. Flexible technological systems for product creation and production.
5. “Health technologies and biotechnologies” priorities:
5.1. Molecular technologies for medicine and biopharmaceutics;
5.2. Advanced applied technologies for individual and public health;
5.3. Advanced medical engineering for early diagnostics and treatment.
6. “Transport, logistic and information and communication technologies” priorities:
6.1. Smart transport systems and information and communication technologies;
6.2. Technologies/models for the management of international transport corridors and integration of modes of transport;
6.3. Advanced electronic contents, content development technologies and information interoperability;
6.4. Information and communications technology infrastructure, cloud computing solutions and services.