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The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) recently announced an expansion of PatentsView, its visualization tool for US patents. First launched a few years ago, the intent behind the tool was to make 40 years of patent filing data available for free to those interested in examining "the dynamics of inventor patenting activity over time." In spite of being limited to patents (not applications) and with a focus only on the US, it offers some interesting visualizations around locations and citations. In a blog post last month, USPTO director Michelle Lee said the PatentView tool is based on "the highest-quality patent data available," connecting 40 years' worth of information about inventors, their organizations, and their locations in unprecedented ways. The newly revamped interface presents three user-friendly starting points - relationship, locations, and... (more)

Patent Data Reveals Future of Robots and Spaceflight | @ThingsExpo #IoT #M2M #Sensors

Patents are a unique source of data that links commerce and technology. Recently, Innography and CPA Global published two reports analyzing which companies are innovating, what new products are being developed, and where the technology state-of-the-art is headed in robotics and spaceflight. Autonomous Robots In Robot Innovation: Surprising Trends Behind the IP of Autonomous Robot Technology, Innography experts discuss how autonomous robots are disrupting large industries and propelling the development of entirely new product lines - from self-driving cars, to farming and mining ma... (more)

2017 Predictions for Intellectual Property Professionals | @CloudExpo #BigData #Analytics

2017 Predictions for Intellectual Property Professionals and the Patent Analytics Industry For better or worse, no one can say that 2016 was dull. And while it might not have produced quite as much excitement in the IP world (phew!), 2016 wasn’t without some notable IP shifts. Last year I shared my predictions for 2016. As we kick of this inaugural post on IP Analytics, let's take a look back at how I did and then I'll give you my predictions for 2017. Private and public data unite, creating a single cohesive story For my first 2016 prediction, I said that, "Instead of having sil... (more)