webinar register page

IPlytics | [Asia] Bridging the gap between patents and standards data | Pt: 1 Generating insights from SEP Declaration Data
The wide use of connectivity technologies makes owning as well as licensing-in Standards Essential Patents (SEPs) crucial across industries. Consequently, an IP strategy for connectivity is much more than just about prosecution and enforcement. An organization’s patenting activities must consider standards-development activities as well as the use of third-party IP. However, it is highly challenging to align patent portfolio development and patent licensing initiatives with R&D and standards developing goals. The solution to deal with such challenges is a systematic data-driven approach that allows competitor monitoring, patent valuation, patent mapping to standards, testing a portfolio across multiple metrics to identify the potential value as well as the identification of new standards projects. Multidimensional access to declared SEPs, pooled patents, standards contributions, and standard documents' data empowers stakeholders to be part of the discussion and have a seat at the table when setting standards, developing SEP portfolios, licensing patents, and forming pools.

Companies can utilize a combination of analytics and advanced decision-making processes to improve their return on invested capital for their SEP portfolios or to prepare to license-in standardized technologies subject to SEPs. This webinar series will answer all your questions about How to Deal with IP Data? – Generating Insights from SEP Declaration Data, Licensing, and Litigation Data as well as Standards Contribution Data.
* Required information