Archived posts from P32/2014
In this week's blog post, Senior Data Correlation Expert Dr. Maneesha Joshi talks data normalization for company names, the Innography Advantage, and serves up a little company name brain teaser...
Categories: data correction, data correlation, intellectual property management
This is the second blog post in a series dedicated to the IP Maturity Model. This week we will discuss the recommended steps for maturity self-assessment and how to prepare for this activity.
Categories: intellectual property management, ip maturity model, ip strategies, patent portfolio analysis
We’re well into the first phase of the Big Data era - the collection age. Data is gushing from the Internet, from our cars, from our phones, from our purchases. It’s being picked up by sensors, RFID tags, cameras, microphones, GPS sensors. And, as nervous, privacy-concerned consumers are well aware, all of that data is being collected as fast as we can generate it.
Categories: big data, events, industry outlooks, open innovation
Emma Roubtsov talks top-of-mind priorities from the Global IP Exchange in Munich and how the best and brightest minds in the world of Intellectual Property are tackling their IP problems.
Categories: competitive intelligence, events, industry outlooks, intellectual property management, licensing strategy
In anticipation of the America Invents Act organizations raced to get last-minute filings in under the old rules, representing a 5x increase in filings. Expect the patent process to slow markedly as these make their way through prosecution.
Categories: application trends, industry outlooks
This is the first in a series of blog posts detailing the importance of establishing an IP Maturity Model assessment process.
Open access data, the greater good and more about how the Innography team is turning all that beautiful data into insight.
Categories: big data, data correlation, industry outlooks
Big data when unstructured can be a big mess. Here the Innography team discusses the heavy lifting, parsing data, and telling the full story.