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A particular focus is electric vehicle technology such as traction batteries in general, lithium-ion traction batteries, supercapacitors/ ultracapacitors, battery management systems and charging. ...

A particular focus is electric vehicle technology such as traction batteries in general, lithium-ion traction batteries, supercapacitors/ ultracapacitors, battery management systems and charging. However, there is thorough coverage of lithium batteries and supercapacitors in general for those more widely interested in these topics. The results are startling. Some of the most respected giants of the industry are dismantling their R&D in order to pump money into production facilities just when the technology is rapidly changing. The company with a strong, broad patent portfolio, that is the fastest increasing one, is rarely mentioned in the press as a leader in this subject. Our measurements reveal that one giant landing the biggest orders rarely has its huge portfolio of patents cited, a warning on IP quality.

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  • Advanced Energy Storage Technologies: Patent Trends and Company Positioning Report by Dr Victor Zhitomirsky of PatAnalyse and Dr Peter Harrop of IDTechEx Overview Dr Victor Zhitomirsky of PatAnalyse and Dr Peter Harrop of IDTechEx have collaborated to produce the world's first computer analysis of the previously impenetrable patent thicket surrounding Advanced Energy Storage. A particular focus is electric vehicle technology such as traction batteries in general, lithium-ion traction batteries, supercapacitors/ ultracapacitors, battery management systems and charging. However, there is thorough coverage of lithium batteries and supercapacitors in general for those more widely interested in these topics. The results are startling. Some of the most respected giants of the industry are dismantling their R&D in order to pump money into production facilities just when the technology is rapidly changing. The company with a strong, broad patent portfolio, that is the fastest increasing one, is rarely mentioned in the press as a leader in this subject. Our measurements reveal that one giant landing the biggest orders rarely has its huge portfolio of patents cited, a warning on IP quality. Supercapacitors (ultracapacitors) have a surge in demand and interest from EV manufacturers. So why is supercapacitor patenting stagnant and why is Europe largely ignoring the subject? We reveal many other openings for newcomers and opportunities for giants to realign their research. We reveal the most prolific inventors and the fine details of patent trends in many aspects of anode and cathode chemistry for example. Our sophisticated computer analysis provides the first clarity on the very different technological emphasis of the research being carried out by a host of companies and research organisations worldwide. We give our expert opinion on this. Report scope The patent search strategy has been carefully developed via several rounds of iteration. As a rule of thumb, it takes at least five years from invention to the first product on the market. In order to focus on the `hidden' R&D efforts which have not yet materialised as new products on the market, the initial study has been restricted to patents with a priority date from 2005. However because of a significant increase in the rate of patenting in this area, this initial patent portfolio contains over half of all patents with a priority from 1990 in this area. About 2,800 original Assignee names from the original bibliographic records were combined into 200 Top Assignees. The proprietary de-duplication algorithm aggregated about 12,000 simple patent families from about 40,000 national patents. Only 3% of the patent families have been left unassigned and it was further found that about 12% of the patent portfolio is assigned to small players with fewer than one invention per year. The remaining 85% of the patent portfolio is assigned to about 250 companies with about 66% of the patent portfolio assigned to the top 50 companies in terms of patenting. Almost a hundred Patent Maps have been provided in the report to facilitate the detailed understanding of various aspects of the patent landscape. Report in figures Patents screened 100,000 Patents classified 40,000 Patent codes searched 2,600 Inventors searched 1,200 Advanced Energy Storage Technologies: Patent Trends and Company Positioning<br>
  • Keyword used 1,250 Assignee searched 110 "PatAnalyse offers a really intelligent way to cope with the huge volume of patent information available worldwide." Dr. Bakuri Lanchava, European Patent Attorney table Of Content: 1. Executive Summary And Conclusions 1.1. Who Needs This Report 1.2. Methodology 1.3. Report Layout 1.4. Indicative Results 1.5. Overview Of Patents 1.5.1. Advanced Energy Storage 1.5.2. Lithium-ion Batteries 1.5.3. Further Details Of Anode Chemistry 1.5.4. Further Details Of Cathode Chemistry 1.5.5. Lithium Traction Batteries For Evs In Particular 1.5.6. Traction Batteries In General 1.5.7. Supercapacitors 1.5.8. Charging And Battery Management Systems 1.6. Commercial Situation Today 2. Introduction 2.1. Patent Mapping And Landscaping 2.2. Preventing Wilful Infringement Exposure 2.3. The Focus Of Current Study 2.4. Patent Search Strategy 2.5. Report Layout 3. General Overview Of Combined Portfolio 3.1. Top 50 Assignees Vs Country Of Invention 3.2. The Lag Between Publication Year And Priority Year 3.3. Top 50 Assignees Vs Priority Years 3.4. Time Line For Different Countries 3.5. Top 50 Assignees And Their Strategy For Applying To National Patent Offices 3.6. Country Of Invention Vs National Patent Office Country 3.7. Citation Links Between Top Assignees 3.8. Most Prolific Inventors As A Measure Of Aggressive Patent Strategies 4. Generic Lithium Battery Technologies 4.1. Introduction Advanced Energy Storage Technologies: Patent Trends and Company Positioning<br>
  • 4.2. Top 50 Assignees Vs Technical Categories 4.3. Top 50 Assignees Vs Priority Years 4.4. Technical Categories Vs Priority Years 4.5. Countries Of Origin Vs Priority Years 4.6. Technical Categories Vs Countries Of Origin 4.7. Technical Categories Vs National Patent Office Country 4.8. Further Details Of Anode Chemistry 4.9. Top 50 Assignees Vs Technical Categories 4.10. Top 50 Assignees Vs Priority Years 4.11. Technical Categories Vs Priority Years 4.12. Countries Of Origin Vs Priority Years 4.13. Technical Categories Vs Countries Of Origin 4.14. Technical Categories Vs National Patent Office Country 4.15. Further Details Of Cathode Chemistry 4.16. Top 50 Assignees Vs Technical Categories 4.17. Top 50 Assignees Vs Priority Years 4.18. Technical Categories Vs Priority Years 4.19. Countries Of Origin Vs Priority Years 4.20. Technical Categories Vs Countries Of Origin 4.21. Technical Categories Vs National Patent Office Country 5. Lithium Traction Batteries 5.1. Top 50 Assignees Vs Technical Categories 5.2. Top 50 Assignees Vs Priority Years 5.3. Comparison Of Profiles For Top Companies In Lithium Traction Batteries 5.4. Technical Categories Vs Priority Years 5.5. Countries Of Origin Vs Priority Years 5.6. Technical Categories Vs Countries Of Origin 5.7. Technical Categories Vs National Patent Office Country 6. Traction Batteries In General 6.1. Top 50 Assignees Vs Technical Categories 6.2. Top 50 Assignees Vs Priority Years 6.3. Comparison Of Profiles For Top Companies In Traction Batteries 6.4. Technical Categories Vs Priority Years 6.5. Countries Of Origin Vs Priority Years 6.6. Technical Categories Vs Countries Of Origin 6.7. Technical Categories Vs National Patent Office Country 7. Generic Supercapacitor Technologies 7.1. Top 50 Assignees Vs Technical Categories 7.2. Top 50 Assignees Vs Priority Years 7.3. Technical Categories Vs Priority Years Advanced Energy Storage Technologies: Patent Trends and Company Positioning<br>
  • 7.4. Countries Of Origin Vs Priority Years 7.5. Technical Categories Vs Countries Of Origin 7.6. Technical Categories Vs National Patent Office Country 8. On-board Electric Vehicle Battery Management System And External Charging Equipment 8.1. Top 50 Assignees Vs Technical Categories 8.2. Top 50 Assignees Vs Priority Years 8.3. Comparison Of Profiles For Top Companies In Battery Management 8.4. Technical Categories Vs Priority Years 8.5. Countries Of Origin Vs. Priority Years 8.6. Technical Categories Vs. Countries Of Origin 8.7. Technical Categories Vs National Patent Office Country 9. Trading And Investment By The 71 Leading Li-ion Traction Battery Manufacturers And Idtechex Market Forecasts 9.1. What Is Happening Today 9.2. Massive Investments 9.3. Market 2011-2021 9.4. Replacement Business Appendix 1: About Patanalyse Appendix 2: About Idtechex appendix 2: Idtechex Publications And Consultancy Appendix 3: Welcome To The World Of Electric Vehicles ResearchMoz(http://www.researchmoz.us/) is the one stop online destination to find and buy market research reports & Industry Analysis. We fulfill all your research needs spanning across industry verticals with our huge collection of market research reports. We provide our services to all sizes of organizations and across all industry verticals and markets. Our Research Coordinators have in-depth knowledge of reports as well as publishers and will assist you in making an informed decision by giving you unbiased and deep insights on which reports will satisfy your needs at the best price. Contact: M/s Sheela, 90 State Street, Suite 700, Albany NY - 12207 Advanced Energy Storage Technologies: Patent Trends and Company Positioning<br>
  • United States Tel: +1-518-618-1030 USA - Canada Toll Free 866-997-4948 Email: sales@researchmoz.us Website: http://www.researchmoz.us/ Advanced Energy Storage Technologies: Patent Trends and Company Positioning<br>