> If this moving forward the state of the art within the meaning of the tax definition, ie the scientific and technical knowledge available at the start of the work, your project is probably eligible for the CIR.
The CIR corresponds to 30% of the amount of all eligible R&D expenditure incurred over a calendar year (rate is reduced to 5% for the fraction of expenditure above 100 million euros).
> If this makes it possible to design or build a prototype or a pilot installation of a new product within the meaning of the tax definition, your project is probably eligible for the CII. The tax definition requires in particular that the prototype or the pilot installation present superior performance in terms of technology, functionality, ergonomics or ecodesign compared to the products marketed by your competitors at the start date of the work.
The innovation tax credit is a tax measure reserved for SMEs. The base is capped at € 400,000 per year and per company.
Extract from the site https://www.entreprises.gouv.fr/politique-et-enjeux/credit-impot-innovation
As a CRT, CRESITT is approved under the CIR and the CII. You can therefore benefit from it for the services provided by CRESITT for your company.