AEROGELS – UPDATES IN THE LAST 5 YEARS

AEROGELS – UPDATES IN THE LAST 5 YEARS   We had originally published a Technology Insight Report on Aerogels back in 2010. In this blog we take a look as how the patent filings in Aerogel have shaped up since then. WHAT ARE AEROGELS?   Aerogels are light and highly porous solid [...]

By | August 9th, 2016|Infographics, Patent Analysis, Patent Filing Trend, Patent Landscape Report, Patent Monitoring, Patent Research, Technology Tracking|Comments Off on AEROGELS – UPDATES IN THE LAST 5 YEARS

PatSeer Q4/2013 Updates

With a goal to meet most of the feedback received from our growing list of users, the PatSeer Team has been making monthly enhancements to the system. Yes...we are trying to ensure that your crucial feedback is delivered to you in max 30 days ! So here is a summary of key enhancements to PatSeer [...]

By | January 16th, 2014|PatSeer - New Feature|Comments Off on PatSeer Q4/2013 Updates

Now searching gets familiar in PatSeer!

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 [...]

By | May 23rd, 2013|Patent Search, PatSeer - New Feature|Comments Off on Now searching gets familiar in PatSeer!

Searching chemical names within patent text in PatSeer

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 - [...]

By | May 3rd, 2013|Patent Research, Patent Search|Comments Off on Searching chemical names within patent text in PatSeer

Searching gets serious in PatSeer

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. [...]

By | January 10th, 2013|Patent Search|Comments Off on Searching gets serious in PatSeer

Using PatSeer to Search for Innovation around NFC – Part 1

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 [...]

By | November 29th, 2012|Patent Analysis, Patent Search|Comments Off on Using PatSeer to Search for Innovation around NFC – Part 1

Share The Platform Not The Data – A Fresh Approach To Patent Research Project Delivery

Over the course of developing PatSeer and even well before we started working on it, we’d frequently have discussions with patent research and analysis professionals from corporate organizations as well as service providers. These conversations would bring out a number of inefficiencies in the process of patent research project management and help us identify problems [...]

By | June 8th, 2012|Patent Research|Comments Off on Share The Platform Not The Data – A Fresh Approach To Patent Research Project Delivery