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Patent Strategy

Innovative intellectual property comprising strong and enforceable patents with well drafted patent claims can be created in a cost-effective manner by engaging with an experienced patent attorney and technology business lawyer. A strongly formulated patent strategy acts as an invaluable asset during technology and product development, as has been proven time and again by innovative companies worldwide.

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ITPAS (Ideas to Patents and Strategy), is an innovative business program to create and bring new products to markets across the globe, as reported by New York Time News. By expediting the process of creating valuable patents, global inventors and innovative business owners can define the title and ownership of creative business models, which can further be patented across multiple jurisdictions (US, Europe, Asia Pacific), subject to the patent eligibility criteria.

Importance of Patents

Historically, patents have added immense value to technology based products, thereby increasing revenues and creating healthy competition in the industry. For example, a new product may be launched with a first-to-market advantage, which can easily be replicated and knocked off the shelves by the competitors. Therefore, without appropriate patent protection, the revenue of original product owner may reduce. On the contrary, by drafting and filing strong patent applications, the original product owner can stop third parties from infringing upon its patents and further exploit licensing revenues from a strong patent portfolio.

Benefits of Patents

Patent laws across multiple jurisdictions include marking requirement in one form or another, which requires the patent applicants and patent owners to mark the product as “Patent Pending” or “Patented”. In case of physical products, patent number or registered design number can be stamped or marked. In essence, such marking requirements provide additional advantages to patent owners as these act as a supplementary marketing tool for the companies.

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Rahul Dev is a Patent Attorney & International Business Lawyer practicing Technology, Intellectual Property & Corporate Laws. He is reachable at rd (at) patentbusinesslawyer (dot) com & @rdpatentlawyer on Twitter

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Patent Attorney in New York

Top rated and highly experienced patent lawyers in New York can be found by searching USPTO database or by reviewing patent law firms comprising patent attorneys (patent agents) registered to practice before USPTO. Inventors in New York can personally interview multiple patent lawyers before selecting the patent attorney best suited to address their needs. Clients can also explore cities in the vicinity of New York, including, Brooklyn, Cedarhurst, Elizabeth, Garden City, Flushing, Bronx, Jamaica, Staten Island, Hackensack etc. and can also research patent attorneys practicing related areas, like Intellectual Property, Copyrights, Trademarks, Trade Secrets, Cyber Laws, Technology Laws, and the like.

Technology Development in New York

As it is well known, New York is the financial, business, trademark, and fashion focal point of the world, and hence, many global businesses and financial corporations are headquartered there. New York is a great place to launch innovative products due to the tech savvy residents. Recently, it was reported that a mobile application has been launched to apply for Food Stamps in New York. It is well known that about 1.7 million people in New York City receive food stamps and to qualify, they must produce dozens of documents to prove their eligibility, including birth certificates, pay stubs, leases and children’s school records. It is really problematic to gather, copy and bring the documents to a social services office, and then wait to be seen by a worker. New York city’s welfare agency, the Human Resources Administration, plans to ease this step with the help of a new cellphone app, wherein those seeking food stamps can take pictures of the required documents with their phones and upload the photos to the mobile application.

Summary:

Inventors and small business owners have always found the patent strategy a complicated maze for navigation, and patent attorney Rahul Dev has recently launched an innovative intellectual property creation program to address such needs. Not only this program is cost-effective, his decade long experience as patent attorney and technology business lawyer has proven to be an invaluable asset during development of this program aimed at innovative companies worldwide.

Rahul Dev, patent attorney and corporate lawyer, has launched a new small business program, called ITPAS (Ideas to Patents and Strategy), which will seek to expedite the process of creating valuable patents with a view to add value to a company’s intangible assets. The idea is to get global inventors and innovative business owners to define the title and ownership of creative business models, which can further be patented across multiple jurisdictions (US, Europe, Asia Pacific), subject to the patent eligibility criteria.

This would mean lesser chances of disputes between Startup CoFounders in cases one or more founders decide to leave the venture midway. ITPAS would create a means to sidestep the often long and complicated process of defining and claiming intellectual property ownership.

“It is a strategic patent creation program intended to really eliminate the friction of the possible conflicts relating to patent ownership,” explained Patent Attorney Rahul Dev in an interview. “So the typical patent process for small businesses and individual inventors is challenging, exact patent scope and rights of ownership are difficult to identify for both clients and patent lawyers. Clients tend to start out really high believing their innovative products will disrupt the market and patent lawyers tend to start out really low citing complicated procedure to obtain patent rights, and negotiations can take months instead of weeks.”

Dev further explained, “So what this program really does is instead of filing full-fledged patent applications right away, clients are counselled to first define their inventions in a proprietary format provided to them, which is subsequently vetted to determine the most valuable and innovative features. Thereafter, such features are protected by way of an initial level IP protection, including provisional patent applications, copyrights, trademarks and design patents. This helps in saving costs and in certain cases, strong contracts and agreements are drafted to ensure protection via trade secret.”

“Future plans include actively growing the patent consulting portfolio,” Dev said. It is part of the broader efforts to grow the patent consulting practice beyond Asia growing forward and expand the business in US and Europe.” In past, Rahul Dev has handled multiple issues regarding false defamation on social media (Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter), and while this isn’t directly related, you can likely bet his experience in getting defamatory content removed promptly by closely communicating with legal cells of tech companies is helping this aggressive new IP creation strategy.

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Rahul Dev is a IoT Patent Attorney & International Business Lawyer practicing Technology, Intellectual Property & Corporate Laws. He is reachable at info (at) techcorplegal (dot) com & @rdpatentlawyer on Twitter

Flagship Speaking Engagements

Patent Forum (Munich, Germany) | News Channels | Ministry of Corporate Affairs | ASSOCHAM | FICCI | Brand Licensing India | BioEnergy International

Featured Publications

Economic Times | BioSpectrum | International Bar Association | LawAsia | SwissInfo | Global Legal Post | HT Live Mint | Outlook Money

Tech Corp Legal – Indian Law Firm

Tech Corp Legal LLP is an international law firm specialised in business and technology law providing patent drafting (software patent drafting, mobile app patent drafting, patent drafting for computer related inventions), searching, filing and PCT national phase services along with trademark and other aspects of Intellectual Property Rights in addition to corporate law practice governing cross-border M&A transactions, technology licensing, agreements and contracts.

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IoT Patent Inventions

IoT, or the Internet of Things, is bound to impact healthcare, consumer goods, education, industrial manufacturing and transportation at an unexpected pace and to counter next-gen legal issues, proactive technology lawyers, international patent attorneys and strategic advisors are required to update their knowledge and skills regularly. Get in touch now to discuss your queries with for IoT patent experts in areas of intellectual property rights, patents, life sciences, high technology and corporate lawyers.

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IoT implies an infrastructure of networked physical objects forming an ecosystem including sensors, smart devices, networking capabilities, advanced data analytics and cloud services. Considering the complex nature of IoT, it presents various opportunities and challenges to multiple stakeholders, including consumers, technology corporations, software companies, hardware manufacturers and service providers.

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Enterprise and Industrial Aspects

Opportunities include connecting equipment and devices, building domain expertise and customer relationships. Threats include security and shaping platform standards.

Network

Opportunities include new products and services via connected networks, edge analytics and real-time services. For example, patient monitoring in hospitals, quality control in factories etc.

Challenges include long standing relationships with new equipment makers (Cisco, Ericsson, Huawei, Nokia) and telecom service providers. Challenges include improvement in connections and better services to locate, authenticate and connect remote devices. Additional challenges include lifecycle management services to maintain, upgrade and secure complex devices and sensor networks.

Data analytics

Opportunities exist for traditional analytics vendors (IBM, SAP), cloud service providers (AWS, Alibaba), system integrators for strengthening external customer relationships and to offer tailored products and services. Challenges include multiple data sources whereby selecting right ones for insights and decisions becomes difficult. As custom solutions grow, it can result in limited integration witFh2>
Opportunities include new products and services via connected networks, edge analytics and real-time services. For example, patient monitoring in hospitals, quality control in factories etc.

Challenges include long standing relationships with new equipment makers (Cisco, Ericsson, Huawei, Nokia) and telecom service providers. Challenges include improvement in connections and better services to locate, authenticate and connect remote devices. Additional challenges include lifecycle management services to maintain, upgrade and secure complex devices and sensor networks.

Data analytics

Opportunities exist for traditional analytics vendors (IBM, SAP), cloud service providers (AWS, Alibaba), system integrators for strengthening external customer relationships and to offer tailored products and services. Challenges include multiple data sources whereby selecting right ones for insights and decisions becomes difficult. As custom solutions grow, it can result in limited integration with broader data services.

Autonomous

Opportunities exist for latest technology sectors including robotics, drones and driverless cars, as most sensor information is collected locally and processed on board, which results in lesser need for remote data storage. Challenges include real-time capabilities and technologies, including computer vision, machine learning etc.

IoT – Applications and Examples

Internet of things have penetrated across multiple industry sectors and IoT applications can be seen in transportation finance, healthcare, retail, industrial automation and even the military. Some of the IoT examples include iBeacon (retail), smart industrial machines by GE, drones with powerful sensors for military applications, etc.

IoT Characteristics

Products embodying internet of things possess certain core characteristics, including, limited user interface (UI), limited processing power, limited bandwidth and limited battery life. Such characteristics provide a perfect combination for IoT applications that demand massive outreach without burdening the infrastructure.

Internet of Things – Legal Aspects

IoT devices and applications cover a diverse range of innovations eligible for creation of intellectual property rights by way of patents. Valuable Iot patent portfolios can be created by focusing on patentable IoT patent inventions, which get approved after preliminary prior art searches and patentability analysis.

Freedom to Operate – Joint Patent Infringement

Innovations can be launched after ensuring that there exists freedom to operate and any third party patent rights will not be infringed. In case of IoT based innovations, scenarios of joint patent infringement may be possible considering the interactive and collaborative nature of the Internet of Things.

While drafting patent claims and writing patent applications for IoT based inventions, quality of IoT patent is crucial for highlighting the inventiveness and novelty of the technology. In use, majority of innovations belong to the field of consumer devices and software. Secondly, IoT patents protecting next generation technological innovations may set industry standards or utilize existing ones, such as, BLE, 6LoWPAN, etc. Since most of inventions in this space are collaborative and interactive, patent owners may face patent enforcement issues.

Valuable IP and Patent Portfolios can be developed to include Internet of Things based innovations, which can be commercialized and monetized by exploiting the evolving nature of IoT.

Data Privacy in IoT applications

Owing to the big data generated by IoT applications and devices, drafting a data collection policy to suit the needs of the business is crucial. Across all stages of IoT, including manufacturing, use, generation and utilization of data, legal issues can arise. Key is to have strong understanding of core products and to engage in strategic counselling for creation and enhancement of IoT.

IoT Patent Lawyers and Patent Attorneys

Technology lawyers and patent attorneys working with clients in IoT sector have to understand their scope of work to cover telecom and consumer protection regulations. A thorough understanding of IoT based businesses is required to advise clients on multiple aspects, including, operations and infrastructure, growth and finance, privacy and cybersecurity regulations, IP disputes, payment systems, and related aspects of disruptive technologies.

IoT innovations are prone to raise ethical issues in collecting million devices, which can easily expand to a billion. Apart from issues pertaining to patent infringement, related issues include data security, data privacy, authentication, data and IP ownership, information governance, product liability programs, confidentiality, industry standards, educational outreach, equipment authorization, tax, custom compliance and legal strategy patent strategy, public policy, government representation, audits, international commercial and technology contracts etc.

Industry wise, IoT is bound to grow multifold in autonomous and e-mobility sectors, thereby requiring multi-tiered supply structure, application of telecom and media regulations, opportunities for information technology (IT) and media companies, cybersecurity in vehicles, payment models in cars, big data in automobiles, etc.

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Rahul Dev is a Iot Patent Attorney & International Business Lawyer practicing Technology, Intellectual Property & Corporate Laws. He is reachable at info (at) techcorplegal (dot) com & @rdpatentlawyer on Twitter

Flagship Speaking Engagements

Patent Forum (Munich, Germany) | News Channels | Ministry of Corporate Affairs | ASSOCHAM | FICCI | Brand Licensing India | BioEnergy International

Featured Publications

Economic Times | BioSpectrum | International Bar Association | LawAsia | SwissInfo | Global Legal Post | HT Live Mint | Outlook Money

 

Tech Corp Legal – Indian Law Firm

Tech Corp Legal LLP is an international law firm specialised in business and technology law providing patent drafting (software patent drafting, mobile app patent drafting, patent drafting for computer related inventions), searching, filing and PCT national phase services along with trademark and other aspects of Intellectual Property Rights in addition to corporate law practice governing cross-border M&A transactions, technology licensing, agreements and contracts.

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Rahul Dev is a Patent attorney and Intellectual Property lawyer with 15+ years of experience in Software, Electronics, Medical Technology, Internet of Things and Digital Innovations in international markets (US, Europe, Asia Pacific and MENA region)

International speaker for events in Asia and Europe with global publications

Licensed to appear before Indian Courts (since 2010) and Patent Office (since 2007)

Highlights:

Education:

BSc Electronics

MS Biotechnology, Bioinformatics and Genetic Engineering

LLB (JD)

MBA (Finance and IPR Management)

Certified “. Net Programmer”

Certified Mediator and Negotiator for Civil and Commercial Disputes

Publication in AutoTech Review – India’s First and Only Automotive Magazine that Speaks the Language of Technology

Details: CONNECTED CARS & IOT – EMERGING TRENDS AND PREDICTIONS

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Tesla and Apple

Tesla founder Elon Musk recently confirmed that he believes Apple is working on producing a car, during an interview with the BBC. So when Elon, who commands greatest authority in electric car industry confirms that technology giant like Apple is working towards building a car, it seems likely that we might see innovative vehicles strapped with Apple logos running on roads in near future.

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Elon’s predictions may not be true, but one cannot ignore the possibility of path-breaking innovations revamping the automobile industry in coming years. We have already experienced testing of driverless cars by Google. However, autonomous cars becoming mainstream is still a distant reality due to various challenges. At the same time, present day innovations are providing excellent solutions relating to in-car entertainment and communication technologies.

Technology Trends

Technology trends and predictions are best analyzed by reviewing the patents filed by companies across the globe. Patent offices worldwide usually publish the patent applications after filing (pre-grant publications) and subsequently after the patents are granted. This can provide insights regarding future technology trends as filing patents is essential to ensure that R&D activities are duly protected from being copied and innovators get appropriate royalties for their research and development efforts.

In automobile sector, vehicle infotainment and digital dashboards are generating enormous revenues due to the constant need of people to feel connected. Innovations implemented within the interiors of car make people feel connected with their vehicles. A leading example of such innovation is justDrive by Jaguar Land Rover, which turns apps and services from smartphone into a voice-activated experience. This allows the driver to bypass the struggle of searching through multiple apps as justDrive can seamlessly search the apps, and perform other tasks such as sending a text or tweet through natural speech, or playing a desired song.

Jaguar Patent

Jaguar has filed a patent with the US patent office (USPTO) titled “Touch System And Method” that describes a multi-user touch system and a method of controlling a touch system. A general analysis of international patents filed in the classification pertaining to touch panels meant for vehicles reveals some of the major players as illustrated in the chart. This list is not exhaustive but provides an overview of companies who have been actively filing patents in this space.

Patent Licensing

It is common for major companies to cross-license their respective patents and technology to each other, which allows each of them to use other’s patents at reasonable terms. Cross-licensing of patents is common in other sectors as well. For example, in case of smartphones, Apple and Microsoft executed patent cross license agreements that allowed both companies to benefit from their combined research and development efforts. Similar agreement was executed between Google and Samsung.

Apple and Google

Digital innovations by the likes of Apple (CarPlay) and Google (Android Auto) are yet to gain traction but once that happens, smartphones will act as bridging tools to revolutionize automobiles. Moreover, subsequent innovations could potentially eliminate the need of smartphones considering the need of users to expect better capabilities from the dashboard.

Considering Apple’s strong position as technology leader in market, interesting applications and devices are expected from Apple in addition to CarPlay. In 2015, Apple was granted a patent by the USPTO pertaining to “Accessing A Vehicle Using Portable Devices”, which discloses a primary portable device that can access a vehicle by transmitting an activation message including a vehicle access credential to the vehicle. As disclosed therein, the primary portable device can additionally enable a secondary portable device to access the vehicle by transmitting the vehicle access credential to the secondary portable device. In use, the connections between the primary portable device, secondary portable device, and vehicle can be based on a short-range wireless protocol, such as Bluetooth or Bluetooth LE.

Further reading of this patent reveals that a wide variety of portable devices can embody this technology, as the portable devices include a wireless interface, such as a laptop computer, a tablet device, a key fob, a car key, an access card, a multi-function device, a mobile phone, a portable gaming device, a portable multimedia player, a portable music player, a personal digital assistant (PDA), a household device, and/or any portable or non-portable electronic or electro-mechanical device and/or the like. Apple further specifies that exemplary portable devices can be an iPod®, iPhone®, or iPad® device available from Apple Inc. of Cupertino, Calif.

Technology Integration and Product Lifecycle

One potential challenge that automakers and technology companies can face is to integrate technology with product lifecycle and consumer’s buying cycle. For example, in-vehicle entertainment will require constant addition to new content, and such new content will need regular software updates for seamless user experience. Bugs can spoil the consumer’s interest and hence automakers would need to be more proactive in recalling faulty vehicles or providing software improvements. To achieve this, companies will further need strong back-office operations and optimization of supply chain, so that novel driving centric services can be rolled out in a timely manner, thereby providing better monetization schemes for the companies.

To ensure that the connected cars match the needs of all users, companies are aggressively integrating design, research and manufacturing efforts with customer experience, branding and marketing. Dealer network is also in integral component of overall experience that has to be taken in the loop to provide better experience to the consumers.

With the ever-increasing smartphone penetration, consumer behavior has undergone rapid changes and it is not just about buying a vehicle anymore. Consumers foresee car buying as an experience and companies are quick to adapt to changing trends. In past, interaction of potential buyers with vehicles was limited to test drives, which now begins months or sometimes years in advance.

Consumers begin the car-buying process by doing online research and speaking to dealers, which gets a boost through technologies such as augmented and virtual reality. This can provide consumers with a real life look and feel of the entire experience of owning a vehicle of their choice. With more consumer devices such as smart-watch, wearable gadgets and virtual reality gears, this trend will become mainstream globally. Consequently, automakers who used to focus on B2B aspects by catering to the needs of the dealers, will divert their attention to B2C aspects as well because the consumer is at the forefront of new age car-buying experience.

Internet of Things (IoT)

Internet of things (IoT) is a term that is used to refer to everyday consumer devices and how these devices communicate with each other and the users via the Internet. Future automobile cockpits will be designed using technology and IoT landscape as communication will become primary requirement of the consumers.

Innovations in IoT will provide significant push to automobile sector as connected cars possessing multiple features are expected to contribute majorly to upcoming technology trends. Such innovations will include consumer-oriented embedded devices such as infotainment, telematics, and digital cluster systems, along with safety and navigation features. Automakers have realized that IoT is capable of pushing automotive systems to become more connected within and outside of the car through the use of software.

In addition to the above, it would be correct to predict that innovations in automobile sector will drive research and development in other sectors, such as aerospace and defense, and vice versa. Innovations across embedded software combined with rich technology expertise will showcase an intersection of these diverse industries, each of which may be driven to extreme heights due to IoT transformation.

An ideal cockpit of a future automobile exploiting IoT innovations would be packaged with essential elements including, an integrated connectivity framework for extending user experience to the IoT devices and landscape, including the cloud; firmware and software management modules that are capable of managing and updating software in real-time; a flexible platform to allow functioning of various services; and, long term support to allow for extensibility over time with evolving IoT developments. It would be needless to state that such systems will have inbuilt security for safe data handling throughout the entire process beginning from the boot up.

Personalised Experience

Another trend that would be commonly observed will be the convergence of other technology areas with cars. For example, users who are savvy about new age innovations in the field of home automation and health wearables would prefer cars with similar capabilities. This would mean connected cars will have data processing capabilities so as to provide a coherent experience to users by connecting smoothly with such gadgets, thereby improving overall IoT landscape. In near future, consumers will expect much more from their vehicles once driverless vehicles are offered to them, including more focus on car safety, creating a more personalized experience behind the wheel, and in-vehicle productivity. Yes, eventually consumers will take work on the road, as a realistically viable option once there exists logical and practical partnerships between connected cars and the automotive, consumer, and enterprise markets.

To concluded, it wouldn’t be wrong to state that cars will be evolved sooner that expected and users would be able to communicate with cars uniformly via wearable devices, smartphones, mobile apps, and the like. It would be normal routine for a user to set navigation, lock doors, turn on the heat, flash the lights, or sound the horn through the wearable or the smartphone and its compatible app.

Rahul Dev, Partner at the law firm of Tech Corp Legal LLP, is a patent attorney and international technology business lawyer. Dev’s corporate law practice is aimed at integrating patents, technology laws, intellectual property rights, regulatory and security laws to provide services to Tech companies.

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We, at Tech Corp Legal LLP, an Indian law firm serving global clients and patent attorneys worldwide, provide quality patent drafting services to inventors. Along with patent support services provided by GIP Research, we offer top quality patent specification drafting services including enforceable patent claims and high quality patent illustrations.

Our team of patent attorneys and technical patent experts has comprehensive experience in executing projects pertaining to international patent drafting, patent drafting services, drafting patent claims and patent applications, software and mobile app patents, provisional and non-provisional patents, patent searches, office action responses, etc.

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