Today’s cutting edge tools enable patent information professionals to use various angles to tackle a search. The diversity of possibilities is thrilling, but can also be overwhelming without a deliberate method. The presentation will offer must-use steps to ensure efficiency in searching while maintaining high quality rigor.
Using PatSeer to search and analyse innovation in Batteries for the period 1976-2013 From the invention of voltaic cell in 1800 to the current race for innovation in Lithium Ion and Fuel Cells, Batteries have come a long way! They are becoming increasingly relevant as an energy storage medium as industries make a gradual [...]
Searching Company portfolios in PatSeer – Best Practices for using USPTO Reassignments data and Corporate Tree
Patent Portfolio Searching with Patseer - Best Practices for using USPTO Reassignments data and Corporate Tree When building a set of all records held by a company, a searcher is faced with multiple challenges such as non-standardized Assignee names, Missing data on current ownership of records, Patents held by subsidiary companies or holding entities [...]
Search and Analyze patents on Voice Recognition in Mobile Devices by Patseer 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. [...]
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 Searching Gets Serious in PatSeerWhen 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 [...]
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 [...]