Using PatSeer to search and analyze patents on Voice Recognition in Mobile Devices

By | July 1st, 2013|Patent Analysis, Patent Research, Patent Search|

Voice Recognition and voice based commands to mobile devices took the center stage with introduction of SIRI by Apple in iphone 4S in 2010. To the user, giving voice commands to mobile devices seemed to open up many possibilities in many applications. Innovation however, in the voice recognition space has been going on since many [...]

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Now searching gets familiar in PatSeer!

By | May 23rd, 2013|Patent Search, PatSeer - New Feature|

In an earlier blog post Searching gets serious in PatSeer we spoke about how professional searchers forced us to make many serious improvements to the search techniques. This time again we have been asked to push our boundaries and make our search syntax parallel existing systems so that the learning curve for a professional patent searcher is close to none [...]

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Searching chemical names within patent text in PatSeer

By | May 3rd, 2013|Patent Research, Patent Search|

Searching through complex chemical names especially compounds written in IUPAC nomenclature can be daunting. PatSeer has these chemical names indexed in a fashion that makes the process simpler for you. You only need to keep a one key rule in mind to form your queries for chemical name searches: In PatSeer character such as hyphen - [...]

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Launch of PatSeer Feedback and Support Portal

By | April 23rd, 2013|PatSeer - New Feature|

We are pleased to announce the launch of our integrated Feedback and Support portal that allows users to get answers to critical questions on the fly and also provide feedback or helps contact support instantly. As PatSeer user base grows, we decided a couple of months back that it was time to have a more robust support system. One [...]

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Using PatSeer to search and analyze records on DFIG

By | February 26th, 2013|Patent Analysis, Patent Research, Patent Search|

DFIG or Doubly Fed Induction Generator technology has seen a steep increase in the number of patent publications in 2012 as wind energy installations increase globally. So we decided to search for patent filings on DFIG and analyze them using PatSeer. Our search strategy included searching across patent content in multiple languages (both Latin and Non-Latin) and [...]

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Webinar on Patent Search and Analysis using PatSeer

By | January 16th, 2013|Webinar|

We are pleased to announce two webinars (in US and European Time zones resp.) on Patent Search and Analysis using PatSeer. This will be a good opportunity for users to see PatSeer platform in action and to assess its search, filtering and visualization capabilities. Use this webinar to discover the unique capabilities that make PatSeer [...]

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Searching gets serious in PatSeer

By | January 10th, 2013|Patent Search|

When we launched PatSeer in April 2012 we thought we had worked out the search tools and capabilities completely since the syntax supported Boolean, wildcards, fuzzy, proximity, range and term boosting queries. Well this was until professional (and novice) searchers took on PatSeer and drove us back to the drawing board with their feature demands. [...]

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Using PatSeer to analyze innovation around NFC – Part 2

By | December 17th, 2012|Patent Analysis|

As follow-on to the first report on NFC that covered basic trends across companies and their portfolios in this report, we have categorized the resulting set into industry relevant categorize and then analyzed them further. You can access the Report here . Would you like to access the dataset behind the report and gather your own insights? [...]

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First-of-its-kind Transparent Multi-lingual Stemming in PatSeer

By | December 13th, 2012|Patent Research, Patent Search|

Stemming for patent search is helpful but can be a black box at times with the user not sure whether the stem is correctly being applied or not. If a database is stemming words at index time, there can be chances of false positives also appearing in the results. The most important thing to keep [...]

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Using PatSeer to Search for Innovation around NFC – Part 1

By | November 29th, 2012|Patent Analysis, Patent Search|

We recently came up with a patent analysis report on Near Field Communications (NFC) technology that is seeing rapid adoption among mobile vendors. (Except Apple perhaps) Among different insights we gathered from analysis of the patents and applications filed on NFC, some of the notable ones are: Research in Motion has aggressively built a large portfolio of [...]

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