Exhibitor presentations

Exhibitor Time Title Presenter
Monday, 12 November
13.30 Patent families
Presentation (PDF, 560 KB)
Adam Wylie
WIPO 13.36
Patentscope - what's new?
Presentation (PDF, 918 KB)
Christophe Mazenc
Bureau Van Dijk 13.42
Understanding the value of intellectual property portfolios by blending company and patent information
Presentation (PDF, 215 KB)
Santhosh Metri
LexisNexis IP Solutions 13.48 Big data innovation analytics with PatentSight
Presentation (PDF, 965 KB)
Joel G. Willers
Lighthouse IP 13.54 What is new in the Diamond file
Presentation (PDF, 2.7 MB)
Willem Lagemaat
FIZ Karlsruhe / STN International 14.00 Markush, scripts, etc. - enhance your search with STNext
Presentation (PDF, 506 KB)
Ernst Aichinger
IPPH 14.06 One‐station IP solution empowered by IPPH
Presentation (PDF, 2.5 MB)
Peng Ting
The IET (The Institution of Engineering and Technology) 14.12 Inspec Analytics - visualising trends in non-patent literature with the Inspec bibliographic database
Presentation (PDF, 788 KB)
Richard Simms
Presentation (PDF, 418 KB)
Laurent Michel
Infoapps 14.24 Optimising collaboration between IP and R&D. Case Study: HERAEUS
Presentation (PDF, 1 MB)
Sascha Kamhuber
Biomax Informatics AG 14.30 Semantic networks in patent search for the life
Presentation (PDF, 204 KB)
John Sgouros
  Biomax Informatics has developed a unique and disruptive semantic data integration and knowledge management platform which provides the capabilities to:

  • integrate and manage large volumes of patent data, news feeds and associated scientific information
  • mine the patent space using text, genetic and molecular data (DNA/RNA/protein sequences, chemical structures) and related information from diverse sources
  • combine IP and scientific information to enable the timely detection of significant and IP relevant changes
Building on a successful track record of more than twenty years in data integration and analysis for the life sciences, Biomax Informatics is uniquely positioned to unlock value from data within any type of project.
IFI CLAIMS Patent Services 14.36 IFI update
Presentation (PDF, 1.7 MB)
Marc Solfrian
Dolcera Corp 14.42 AI for patent searching
Presentation (PDF, 1.6 MB)
Sumair Riyaz
Infotel 14.48 Infotel and intellectual property
Presentation (PDF, 685 KB)
Sylvain Thuly
  Founded in 1979, Infotel group is now an international IT group working for more than 20 years in the IP domain. We provide a wide range of services, and in particular IT consulting for IP and IT support to examiners.

Our experts have a wide experience of processing patent and non-patent data, with end-to-end integration of non-patent literature in secure environments, using the latest technologies. We develop and maintain business applications with strong commitments, operate all along the patent lifecycle, and can deliver services from various European locations.

We constantly invest in R&D to be able to propose innovating solutions to our clients, in particular in Blockchain and artificial intelligence.

Infotel has been delivering its services to the major European companies such as AIRBUS/EADS, Air France/KLM, BNP Bank, Bank of France, Peugeot or Nissan Motors, with 39 years of success.
Gridlogics Technologies Pvt Ltd 14.54 PatSeer ‐ leveraging intelligence at each step of your patent research
Presentation (PDF, 1.3 MB)
Manish Sinha
Tuesday, 13 November
BizInt Solutions, Inc. 09.00 Creating IP reports integrating patent, sequence and structure data with Bizint Smart Charts
Presentation (PDF, 676 KB)
Diane Webb
Federal Institute of Industrial Property 09.06 Business consulting based on patent analytics
Presentation (PDF, 506 KB)
Nikolay Popov
Ambercite 09.12 Alternative insights with the assistance of AI
Presentation (PDF, 1 MB)
Gavan Farley
Jouve 09.18 Process of producing patent documents on behalf of German Patent- and Trade Mark Office
Presentation (PDF, 1.2 MB)
Heike Vacek
  The presentation contains a summary of the industrial production process of patent documents. An overview is given of the experiences in the project at the beginning of the contract and the transition to weekly production and delivery of about 1 000 to 2 000 patent documents including tables and mathematical formulae.
Darts-ip 09.24 Legal status: why litigation information is key ?
Presentation (PDF, 721 KB)
Mihnea Hanganu
Minesoft 09.30 Minesoft product review
Presentation (PDF, 857 KB)
Rahman Hyatt
Averbis GmbH 09.36 Automatic categorisation of patents to support IP activities
Presentation (PDF, 1.2 MB)
Kornél Markó
Derwent 09.42 What's new with Derwent
Benno Jensen
Teqmine Analytics Ltd 09.48 Future of AI for patent intelligence
Presentation (PDF, 1.9 MB)
Hannes Toivanen
Continux GmbH 09.54 Trouble-free software integration projects
Presentation (PDF, 572 KB)
Elif Levin
Google 10.00 Google Patents
Ian Wetherbee 
octimine technologies GmbH 10.06 One-stop-shop for IP?
Presentation (PDF, 263 KB)
Matthias Pötzl

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