- Secrecy (High privacy compare to other open platforms)
- Low probability of Missing data
- Can find high relevant information
- High Value information can be found
- The right Information can be accessed sooner
- Technical information about many inventions available for free
- Can get an idea about Competitor’s Target area of progress
- Accessibility to wider range of data
- In usual cases all the synonyms have to be considered.
- Different attributes can be used as the search criterion according to situation.
To search patented and Non-Patented applications in a common platform with AI based direct language searching without adding queries. Patent documents can be searched using keywords or texts or other attributes such as Author, Assignees, Publication Date, Locality and CPC codes.
- Coverage of more than 127 Mn. Patent publications and Non Patent Literature
- No queries required like other patent database tools
- The Patent Coverage can be chosen specifically to geographical regions
- Corporate Tree features can be used
- Can be exported in 9 different formats
- Can be added to portfolio which helps to save the searches as folders and can be used in future
- Both Patent and Non – Patent Publications are available
- Can be exported as an Excel report with customized fields, including Independent and all claims
- Landscape report helps to determine whether the study is valuable or unnecessary
- This platform is used to analyze the current trend and the databases are updated every single day.
- Search queries based
- Every patent has a DWPI summary written by subject expects which reflects the whole content in simple terms
- Even figures are translated.
- Advanced search options are available.
- If the queries are written efficiently the results are more specific
Patentscope search system was launched by WIPO in July 2005. Free access to about 83 million patent documents including 3.7 million PCT applications. New search interface launched last September 17, 2019, the same time WIPO launched its new IP Portal.
Spacenet (formerly often written as esp@cenet) is a free online service for searching patents and patent applications. Espacenet was developed by the European Patent Office (EPO) together with the member states of the European Patent Organisation. Most member states have an Espacenet service in their national language, and access to the EPO’s worldwide database, most of which is in English. In 2015, the Espacenet worldwide service claimed to have records on more than 90 million patent publications.