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The EPO's IPscore® patent valuation software is the most important advance for innovation - particularly open innovation - since the Bayh-Dole Act.

The EPO's IPscore® patent valuation software is the most important advance for innovation - particularly open innovation - since the Bayh-Dole Act.

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  • 1. IPScore®2.1A New Standard for Open Innovation
    Overview and Study Group Proposal
    2010-2-17
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    IPscore® is a registered trademark of the European Patent Office
  • 2. History of IPscore® 2.1
    2001: Version 2.0 Developed by Danish Patent Office
    Prof Jan Mouritsen, Copenhagen Business School & Danish companies
    2003: Distributed by Questel
    2006: Purchased by EPO
    2009: EPO makes FREE download
    Version 2.1 – Microsoft® Office Access 2003 database
    German, French, English
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  • 3. Important People for IPScore®
    Prof Jan Mouritsen, Copenhagen Business School
    Original research and development
    Johannes Schaaf
    EPO Vienna / PD Patent Information
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  • 4. What is IPscore® 2.1?
    The most important advance in innovation– particularly open innovation – since the Bayh-Dole Act.
    Will move the entire field of tech transfer forward.
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  • 5. Note about accounting
    Managerial accounting
    Business planning
    The future
    Financial accounting
    Taxes
    The past
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    IPscore® was designed for financial accounting but will be more important for managerial accounting.
  • 6. IP is Open Innovation’s trading unit
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    IP
    What is its value?
    Source: Henry Chesbrough, WimVanhaverbeke & Joel West, Open Innovation: Researching a New Paradigm, Oxford New York, 2006, p.3
  • 7. Patent Valuation Services
    PatentValuePredictor.com
    Appraisal Economics Inc.
    Brody Berman Associates, Inc.
    IPMetrics
    IP-Valuation
    Ocean Tomo
    Patent Café
    Others
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  • 8. Patent Legal Factor Indexwww.patentcafe.com
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    Proprietary
  • 9. Problem -> IPscore® Solution
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  • 10. What is IPscore® 2.1?
    IP planning checklist
    Enables easy comparison of IPs and scenarios
    Provides outputs for planning and strategy
    Yields an order-of-magnitude valuation
    Adoption by EPO
    Makes validity issues secondary
    Validity issues are still important.
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  • 11. Academic Tech Transfer Now
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    Industry
    Academia
  • 12. Tech Transfer “Adapter”
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    Industry
    Academia
    IPscore®
  • 13. What will IPscore® become?
    Standard disclosure, analysis and reporting document for technology transfer
    Like balance sheet and income statements for M&A
    Standardized information exchange
    Transparency
    Professor Mouritsen’s original purpose
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  • 14. Base Camp Analogy
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    Company A
    Company C
    Company D
    Company B
    New Tech
  • 15. Base Camp Analogy
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    Company A
    Company C
    Company E
    Company B
    Company D
    IPscore®
    Company F
    New Tech
  • 16. How to download IPscore® 2.1
    IPscore® home page
    http://www.epo.org/patents/patent-information/business/valuation/ipscore.html
    Registration and download
    https://secure.epo.org/patents/patent-information/ipscore/index.en.php
    User manual
    Link from above page
    Training video
    http://www.epo.org/patents/learning/e-learning/business-commerce/ipscore.html
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  • 17. Who are the intended users?
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  • 18. IPscore® 2.1 inputs
    Legal status
    Technology
    Market conditions
    Finance
    Strategy
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  • 19. IPscore® 2.1 outputs
    Radar profiles
    Strategic profiles
    Net present value
    Charts
    Diagnostics
    Portfolios
    Supplementary reports
    Reports
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  • 20. Legal Status Inputs
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  • 21. Technology Inputs
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  • 22. Market Condition Inputs
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  • 23. Finance Inputs
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  • 24. Finance Inputs
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  • 25. Strategy Inputs
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  • 26. Radar Profile: Legal Status
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  • 27. Radar Profile: Technology
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  • 28. Radar Profile: Market Conditions
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  • 35. MakingIPscore® 2.1 a standard for Open Innovation
    Wider availability
    EPO as “keeper” of standard
    Owner of trademark (analogous to Realtor® in U.S.)
    Certifier of implementations, users and providers
    Internet versions
    Google Apps
    SQL server
    More languages
    Open Source
    Wider use and adoption
    In government support of startups and SMEs
    Part of expected documentation in technology transfer
    Certification procedures
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    Wish list
  • 36. Growing an IPscore® 2.1 service industry in Japan
    Base of providers and users – training and development
    Companies
    Universities
    Consultants
    Japanese version
    Promotion
    Association support
    Validation research
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  • 37. EPO training for IPscore® 2.119-20 May 2010, Vienna, Austria (also 13-14 September)
    How to use IPscore® as consultant to SMEs
    Patent valuation
    Systematic portfolio management
    Qualitative IP management
    Monetary approach
    Prerequisite
    Basic knowledge of patents and business
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    5月:http://www.epo.org/about-us/events/archive/patent-information-training/PI03-2010.html
    9月:http://www.epo.org/about-us/events/archive/patent-information-training/PI05-2010.html
  • 38. EPO training for IPscore® 2.119-20 May 2010, Vienna, Austria (also 13-14 September)
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    5月:http://www.epo.org/about-us/events/archive/patent-information-training/PI03-2010.html
    9月:http://www.epo.org/about-us/events/archive/patent-information-training/PI05-2010.html
  • 39. SMIPSIPscore® 2.1 study group (proposal)
    Session 1 (SMIPS April meeting)
    Inputs
    Mainly English
    Session 2 (SMIPS May meeting)
    Outputs
    Mainly English
    Vienna training (May 19-20)
    Optional for participation in study group
    But strongly encouraged
    Session 3 and later
    Mainly Japanese
    Cases
    Inputs in detail
    Industry development topics
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