Exhibitor seminars

Tuesday, 10 November

Room: Vesterbro Torv

Room: Enghave Plads

13.30 - 14.30 hrs

PatSeer - What's new and how we are continuously innovating to solve the real problems affecting your patent research

Manish Sinha, Gridlogics

In the last three years, the PatSeer Database has grown by leaps and bounds in terms of its coverage, capabilities and user base. Join us in this one-hour interactive workshop to learn more about the product and why more and more users are shifting to PatSeer for their patent research.

We will also talk about our new edition - PatSeer Projects Enterprise and how it is redefining how large organisations organise and share patent and non-patent literature information across their internal and external stakeholders.

In this interaction workshop we will discuss:

  • What are the bigger problems affecting your patent research
  • What makes PatSeer unique
  • What's new in PatSeer in the past year
  • How Gridlogics responds to customers' feedback and how its rapid innovation cycle is helping users achieve far more from the database
  • What is PatSeer Projects Enterprise and how it redefines that way you currently manage and share patent and non-patent literature

We look forward to meeting you and showcasing how PatSeer is meeting the bigger challenges facing your patent research

13.30 - 14.30 hrs


Wednesday, 11 November

Room: Vesterbro Torv

Room: Enghave Plads

09.00 - 10.00 hrs

Introduction to Cluster Searching - a second opinion in seconds

Doris Spielthenner, CEO Ambercite

No patent analyst or searcher can be a 100% expert in all required knowledge domains. This workshop shows you how Ambercite Cluster Searching can give you an objective second opinion on any search strategy or result set, in a matter of seconds. It is also a fast and easy search solution in areas that are hard to search for. Why? Ambercite leverages the distributed intelligence of patent examiners and applicants by building a big network of the world's ~150 million citation opinions and analysing them in a new and smart way to assess patent to patent similarity and patent importance.

  • Find critical patents missed by other techniques or tools.
  • Simply input a starting list of relevant patents
  • Results are ranked by similarity and can be easily screened and exported
  • Licensing opportunities can be quickly found

09.00 - 10.30 hrs

Know more than your US counsel: eight categories of USPTO statistics that are of critical Importance to non-US companies

Christopher Holt , Vice President of Patent Analytics in LexisNexis

Companies outside the US commonly fail to take into consideration the broad range of performance variation from one US patent examiner to the next. Unfortunately, their legal representatives in the US also usually assume that every application has an equal likelihood of allowance, an equal likelihood of claim change, and an equal investment required for allowance. In this session, we will discuss new information tools in the market that make it possible to make informed decisions that lead to substantial cost savings and competitive advantage. Examples of such decisions include:

  • Determining whether a US application is even worth filing in light of its predicted prosecution outcome
  • Objectively evaluating whether an existing pending US application merits further investment
  • Evaluating whether a competitor’s pending application presents high or low risk
  • Objectively measuring the effectiveness of US legal counsel

11.00 - 12.00 hrs

Minesoft: search, analyse and track patent information from around the world

Rahman Hyatt, Minesoft

Join the Minesoft workshop to learn more about the latest major enhancements to the PatBase and PatBase Express search platforms, including extended coverage and a new non-patent literature search in Express. In addition we will discuss how our alerting and workflow solutions can help you manage your patent data across different user groups. The workshop will also introduce our newest products.

We look forward to seeing you there.

11.00 - 12.30 hrs

Patent-based CI: 10 ways to learn about your competition

Stuart Lawless, Consultant IP Solutions, LexisNexis

Most discussions of competitive intelligence (CI) centre around its use in learning about a company's product strategy and features. What is often overlooked is the value of IP in intelligence gathering. An organisation's patents and pending applications can provide valuable insight, often years before a product reaches the market.

In this practical session we'll use patent-based CI to identify the top 10 things you can learn about your competition, from new market entrants to areas of competitive interest, non-practising entity activity and who is buying and selling technology.

We will also use at some unique intelligence on examiners to look at competitor applications– not just on the existence of competitor patents, but also on the value of potential claims!

14.00 - 15.00 hrs

Searching of the unsurpassed chemical content collection on new STN 

Robert Austin, Senior STN trainer, FIZ Karlsruhe

As the number of chemical structures disclosed in patents rapidly increases, it is imperative that IP professionals have the right tools for searching this information efficiently and reliably. The latest release of new STN introduced Markush structure search, so that new STN now provides unsurpassed coverage of generic and exemplified chemical structures.

The workshop will provide an overview of the outstanding search capabilities in the chemical databases from Chemical Abstracts Service and Thomson Reuters on new STN. 

14.00 - 15.30 hrs

BizInt Smart Charts: Create IP reports and visualisations

Integrating data from the leading patent databases

John Willmore, VP Product Development and Diane Webb, President, BizInt Solutions

BizInt Smart Charts for Patents is used by patent searchers around the world to create reports from the leading commercial patent databases.

In this seminar, you will learn how BizInt Smart Charts can be used to create, customise, and deliver reports from a wide variety of sources. You will learn how BizInt Smart Charts helps you present unique content (such as the Family Status summary from Orbit.com and patent families and claims from Patbase) or summarise IP sequence results from GenomeQuest. You will learn how to integrate content from across platforms into a single report. And you will learn how to visualise the resulting report.

At 15:00, we will present a focused seminar on using the BizInt Smart Charts export on the new STN platform to create reports with BizInt Smart Charts for Patents. We invite you to join us after the STN seminar for a quick introduction to creating reports integrating content from Chemical Abstracts Service with data (including claims) from other databases on new STN.

16.00 - 17.00 hrs

The latest advances in translation technology for patent information

John Tinsley, Iconic Translation Machines

16.00 - 17.00 hrs

Discussion round for legal status experts: Beyond INPADOC (invitation only).

Nils Omland, PatentSight GmbH

Would you like to contribute to a legal status expert system that can actually tell apart active and inactive patents? A platform that delivers worldwide status information in bulk, in one click? Then please contact jschwelm@patentsight.com to get invited to this discussion round

17.15 - 17.45 hrs


Thursday, 12 November

Room: Vesterbro Torv

Room: Enghave Plads

09.15 - 09.45 hrs

ProQuest Dialog - breaking new ground for patent searchers

Daniela Cason, Training and Consulting Partner EMEA

ProQuest Dialog is the only provider offering an intuitive new world of patents searching optimised for users of all skill levels, from novice to advanced to expert. With the largest collection of integrated patent and non-patent literature partnered with powerful search and custom reporting, see how ProQuest Dialog allows you to quickly find, organise, and share the right information, helping you confidently deliver comprehensive value to your clients or organisation. This presentation will provide an in-depth overview of the ProQuest Dialog Patents product. 

09.00 - 09.45 hrs

Workbench for Interactive Contrastive Analysis of Patent Documentation

Leo Wanner, Universitat Pompeu Fabra Barcelona

The presentation will provide an in-depth overview of iPatDoc technologies. iPatDoc is a research project aimed at semantic patent processing that goes beyond a "document-by-document" analysis. Based on the knowledge included in single patents, a highly connected concept space that interrelates inventions' components and features with visual techniques for interactive exploration is built. As a result, iPatDoc provides advanced software technology that offers valuable services to experts for understanding and comparing inventions and making their development explicit.

The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme "Research for the benefit of SMEs".

10.00 - 11.00 hrs

The innovative function of a Global Player managing patent information

J. Herbert / R. Marché

  • Establishing a highly effective and software-based workflow
  • Smart Management of patent information to reduce workload
  • Smart setting of roles an responsibilities within the workflow
  • Managing large amounts of third-party patents
  • Monitoring competition, legal and technological state of the art

10.00 - 11.00 hrs

Get the best answers to your business questions using the best resources
Benno Jensen, Thomson Reuters
Using the most efficient, comprehensive and streamlined tool for searching patent information is just the first step toward uncovering the trustworthy business and technology intelligence that every ambitious company needs in a competitive environment. Combining the  #1 Outsell-ranked Patent Research and Analysis tool, Thomson Innovation,
with Thomson Data Analyzer (TDA), allows you to gain easy way to analyze trends, profile competitors, avoid or uncover patent and copyright infringement, and identify strategic development opportunities in information. Join us for this seminar to learn more.

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