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Presentación de Wistre Rodríguez, Administrador BNS de la EPO en el Seminario Latipat

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  • Sybaris: (Greek colony near present-day Corigliano, Italy, if a confectioner or cook invented an unusual or outstanding dish, no-one else could prepare it for one year The modern concept of patents dates to 1421, Florence, Italy, when the city-state granted the first recorded patent to Filippo Brunelleschi, for the design and use of a ship, the Badalone ("seagoing monster"). The Badalone was intended to ferry supplies up the Arno river to the city for the building of the Florentine cathedral dome, which Brunelleschi was the designer of. Alas, the Badalone sank during delivery of a load of white marble intended for use in constructing the dome. In 1421, the government of Florence award the world's first patent to Filippo Brunelleschi for a means of bringing goods up the usually unnavigable river Arno to the city. He demanded and was duly awarded legal protection for his invention, being given the right for three years to burn any competitor's ship that incorporated his design. How brutal and primitive! Now, of course, we take a much more civilized approach to patent infringement: We sue, destroying not just the boat but the factory, the business, the distributors' business, and the future ability of all those who ever worked on the infringing object to earn a living ever again... In England in 1449, King Henry IV granted that country's first patent for stained glass manufacturing. In England during this time, a patent was a government-granted monopoly, so could be as much a right to manufacture or trade as well as the right to deny others to do so. Parte Veneziana: The world’s oldest patent law, the Parte Veneziana, dates back to the Renaissance and was enacted by the Venetian Senate on March 19,1474. The Venetian Senate passed this first patent law in 1474, granting limited duration monopoly for original devices. This law embodied the principles of patent protection as we know them today. The Vienna exhibition was held in the midst of a cholera epidemic which understandably somewhat reduced the willingness of potential participants to attend. However, despite this drawback and prompted by the concerns about piracy, a congress was organised alongside the Exhibition to discuss the issue of patents and moves to harmonise them. Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property The Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property , signed in Paris , France , on March 20 , 1883 After a diplomatic conference in Paris in 1880 , the Convention was signed in 1883 by 11 countries: Belgium , Brazil , France , Guatemala , Italy , the Netherlands , Portugal , Salvador , Serbia , Spain and Switzerland . 1963: Strasbourg - The basis for the harmonisation of European Patent Law was established through the 1963 Strasbourg Convention on the Unification of Certain Points of Substantive Law on Patents for Invention. The Treaty makes it possible to seek patent protection for an invention simultaneously in each of a large number of countries by filing an "international" patent application. The Convention on the Grant of European Patents of 5 October 1973 , commonly known as the European Patent Convention (EPC), is a multilateral treaty instituting the European Patent Organisation and providing an autonomous legal system according to which European patents are granted.
  • Replication of R&D results costs a total of 20-60 billion ( thousand million) in Europe every year! Figures are estimates of the European patent office and other institutions. Lesson learned: -> Review the literature AT THE BEGINNING of any project!
  • Re-Inventing the wheel Problem of excessive wear (or even explosion) of aircraft wheels due to the high acceleration when touching the ground. small pockets on the side of the tires that make the wheel spin in the wind without the need for an additional electrical motor. Already applied for patent in 1929!!! Note: Special thanks to patent examiner Domenico Golzio for contributing this example.
  • Continue on INTERNET EXPLORER , add pubdate 2007 and pub cc ep
  • Laser? OR (emiss* stimu*)
  • A63C17 - HUMAN Nec.
  • Thank you helen. And now I am going to tell you some things to remeber, things to watch out for when you are searching for patents.
  • the numbers of patent documents are not harmonised wordwide but they do have some things in common. All the patent document numbers consist of a country code, a series of numbers and a kind code.
  • IBM as policy has only one name, whereas Philips has so many variations that they even have an internal database.
  • Theodor Hänsch was the nobel prize winner, and if you look for him you find his name in many different ways. How would you expect to find it if you were looking for it? Please use the T mark up at the top of your screen to write on the screen your suggestions. Or you can also use the chat. You even find it without the diacritics and eventhough it is wrong, it appears like this in some databases.
  • AEG has always been called AEG but they file or they used to file applications using the name LICENT or LICENTA ... as you can see in the example. This is done in order to hide key applications! Aventis used to be called Hoechst and before they were actually called AVENTIS they were already filing as AVENTIS: In 1999 it became Aventis and it lasted until 2004 when they became SANOFI EVENTIS.
  • MRI = Magnetic Resonance Imaging SCUBA = Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus LASER Light. Amplification by the. Stimulated. Emission of. Radiation. What is now an acronym was not always an acronym and this has to be taken into account and one might have to search for what the acronym letters stand for!!!
  • Voici quelques exemples intéressants de jargon des brevets. Ils donnent un aperçu de la recherche et de la consultation de brevets, et montrent le type de difficultés auxquelles on peut être confronté lors des recherches par mots-clés. Cette diapositive et les diapositives qui suivent présentent des exemples tirés des domaines suivants : électronique ; technologie générale ; ingénierie mécanique ; chimie ; industrie pharmaceutique.
  • Ces termes permettent de déterminer si d'autres ingrédients peuvent être présents dans la composition. Il est essentiel de les utiliser correctement.
  • Examples of intended purpose.
  • Première et deuxième utilisations médicales.

Epo info resources & espacenet & search techniques Epo info resources & espacenet & search techniques Presentation Transcript

  • [email_address] - the database of ideas EPO overview
  • 38 member states
    • Albania • Austria • Bosnia • Belgium • Bulgaria • Croatia • Cyprus • Czech Republic • De n mark • Estonia • Finland • France • Germany • Greece • Hungary • Iceland • Ireland • Italy • Latvia • Liechtenstein • Lithuania • Luxembourg • Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia • Malta • Monaco • Netherlands • Norway • Poland • Portugal • Rom ani a • San Marino • Slovakia • Slovenia • Spain • Sweden • Switzerland • Turkey • United Kingdom
    European patent applications and patents can also be extended at the applicant's request to the following states: Montenegro • Serbia
  • Locations
    • The EPO has offices at
    • five different locations.
    • Its headquarters are in Munich.
  • Our role in the patent system
    • We provide patent protection in up to 40 European countries based on a single application in one of the three official languages (German, English, French)
    • European patent applications can be filed:
      • direct with the EPO
      • via the national patent offices of the contracting states
      • based on an international (PCT) application
    • We are also responsible for
      • limitation and revocation proceedings by patentees
      • opposition proceedings by third parties
      • appeal proceedings before the Boards of Appeal
    • We process international patent applications
      • we act as a receiving office for international applications (PCT)
      • we carry out international search and preliminary examination procedures
  • Other services
    • Free online services
      • filing
      • fee payment
      • file inspection
      • tracking of legal status of applications
    • Free patent information services
      • online access to all European patent documents (updated weekly)
      • simple online searches in our database of over 90 million patent applications
      • helpdesk staffed by experts on the Japanese, Chinese and Korean patent systems
    • Training
      • conferences
      • workshops and seminars
      • e-learning
  • The modern concept of patents dates to 1421, Florence, Italy, when the city-state granted the first recorded patent to Filippo Brunelleschi, for the design and use of a ship, the Badalone ("seagoing monster"). The Badalone was intended to ferry supplies up the Arno river to the city for the building of the Florentine cathedral dome, of which Brunelleschi was the designer. He demanded and was duly awarded legal protection for his invention, being given the right for three years to burn any competitor's ship that incorporated his design. Alas, the Badalone sank during delivery of a load of white marble intended for use in constructing the dome. http://www.patenthawk.com/#About_Patents
  • 500 B.C.: Greek Colony Sybaris 1449: Henry VI, letters patent - England 1474: Parte Veneziana (Venetian Statute) 1623: Status of Monopolies (England) 1790: US and France 1873: Vienna Exhibition 1883: Paris Convention 1963: Strasbourg 1970: Patent Convention Treaty (PCT) 1973: Munich Convention (EPC)
  • 15-25% of all R&D efforts … wasted each year on developing what has already been patented! Thanks to N. Omland/WHU for providing this slide
  • GB-A-2365393 US-A-1833019 Thanks to N. Omland/WHU for providing this slide
  • Leading applicants and patentees in 2010 Applications Granted European patents
  • What is a patent?
    • A patent is a legal title granting its holder the right to prevent third parties from commercially using an invention without authorisation .
    • In return for this protection, the holder has to disclose the invention to the public .
    • Protection is granted:
      • for a limited period, generally 20 years
      • for a specific geographic area
  • Patent information
    • The grant of an IP right is part of a deal between the applicant and the public:
    Public is made available complete information about the invention Inventor or owner gets a territorial exclusive right limited in time
    • Publication is a fundamental building block of every patent system
    • A direct outcome of the patent granting procedure
    • ALL of the different procedures foresee the publication of the application documents
  • [email_address] is.......
    • A database of almost 90 million records
    • Prior art
    • Source of technical information
    • A support for innovation, entrepreneurship
    • Designed for the scientist, engineer
    • or technologist
    • Used also by patent experts
    • Data from 85 patent authorities
    • Free of charge
  • What is in esp@cenet ?
    • Almost 90 million patent documents from all over the world from the beginning of the 19th century to today providing you technical information
    • Legal status information, helping you find out if the patent is in force or
    • not and in which countries
    • Patent families information, telling you if very similar patents have been claimed in other countries
    • Bibliographic data of non-patent literature ("XP" documents)
    • Forward and backward citations
    • Link to the European Register for EP and Euro PCT documents
    • Tools for searching in specific technical fields ( IPC and ECLA )
    • Full document downloads
    • Online translation engine
    • Smart Search tool
  • [email_address] .... ....some statistics
    • >3 million hits per day
    • 28,000 users per day = >10 million per year!
    • around 1200GB transferred per day
    • Watch new technologies emerge
    • Find solutions to your technical problems
    • Discover what your competitors are developing
    • Find business partners
    What can you do with [email_address] ?
  • http://worldwide.espacenet.com
  • Quick Search
      • Technical keywords
    Choose database
      • Inventor or Applicant
  • Number search Input of application, publication, priority or NPL reference number (even without country code or kind code) The system finds the numerical string and suggests suitable documents Choose database
  • Advanced search Choose database Many search possibilities
  • Classification search - ECLA
  • Classification search
    • Two options:
      • search with keywords - to find a suitable classification
      • search with symbols to find the definition of a classification
    • Then - MOST IMPORTANT
      • copy the classification to the advanced search mask
      • combine this with other search terms (e.g. keyword)
  • Smart Search
      • A free search field
      • CQL - Standard: Contextual Query Language
      • Future: plug-in for other websites
      • Simple mode: just try it out...
      • Expert mode (field identifiers): target your search fields
  • Smart Search
  • esp@cenet : Sorting & highlighting search Search Statement Sort Hit List Search Terms Highlighted
  • Example Number Search
  • Retrieving a document
  • Retrieving a document
  • Retrieving a document - Bibliographic data
  • Retrieving a document - Description
  • Retrieving a document - Machine Translation
  • Retrieving a document - Claims
  • Retrieving a document - Claims Independent Claim Dependent Claims
  • Retrieving a document - Mosaics
  • Retrieving a document - Original document
  • Retrieving a document - Save full document - 500 pages for EP and WO documents - 250 pages for the rest
  • Retrieving a document - INPADOC legal status data
  • INPADOC Legal Status
    • Information about procedural steps occurring during the patent grant procedure and the subsequent life of a patent (ex. to find out if the patent is in force and in which countries or if it has expired (lapsed))
    • This information might not be available or might not be complete. The data is provided by the individual patent-granting authorities
    • The EPO does not guarantee the accuracy of the data
    • You should not base important decisions solely on this data. We recommend to check with the relevant patent-granting authority first
  • Advanced Search : Searching for an applicant/inventor
  • Example Advanced Search Searching with technical keywords
  • Searching with technical keywords
  • Searching with Classification Search - ECLA
  • Searching with Classification Search - ECLA
  • Searching with Classification Search - ECLA
  • Search in European Classifications
  • Search in European Classifications
  • Advantages of patent classifications
    • Searches are independent of the wording of the applicants
    • Information added by experts
    • Constantly being revised and updated
    • Field is available in entry level portals (e.g. esp@cenet)
    • Useful field for statistical purposes
    • Product and production processes can both be searched
  • Improving search results
      • Use European and international classifications
      • Combination of search fields
      • Truncations: * Replaces a character string of any length
          • ? Replaces 0 or 1 character
          • # Replaces exactly 1 character
      • Boolean operators: AND , OR , NOT (AND default)
      • Synonyms
      • Phrase search, e.g. "Name1 Name2"
      • (nested) parentheses e.g. (( diode OR excimer ) AND laser )
  • Some limitations
    • Maximum of 10 search terms per search field
    • Maximum of 3 operators per search field
    • Maximum of 21 search terms or 20 operators per search mask (advanced search)
    • Keywords must be in English
    • Not all documents have English titles, English abstracts, ECLA or IPC symbols
  • Non-patent literature (XP documents)
  • Non-patent literature (XP documents)
  • Non-patent literature (XP documents)
  • Help
  • INPADOC patent family Document - patent families simple patent family
  • "simple" patent family P4 P3 D5 P3 P2 D4 P2 P1 D3 P2 P1 D2 P1 D1 Priority Priority Priority Priority Document
  • INPADOC patent family http://www.epo.org/patents/patent-information/about/families.html P4 P3 D5 P3 P2 D4 P2 P1 D3 P2 P1 D2 P1 D1 Priority Priority Priority Priority Document
  • Document - INPADOC patent family
  • Backward citations Documents cited in the search report
  • Forward citations Documents that have cited the document you are looking at
  • Export Hit Lists
  • Useful tips
    • Numbers are not harmonised worldwide but usually consist of the following parts:
    • Country code
      • DE 3629434 A1
    • Series of numbers
    • WO 1995US15925 ; GB 19950008026
    • Document kind code
    • EP 0287578 B1
    • More details at http://www.wipo.int /
    Numbers ST.16 ST.3 ST.6
  • Names - spelling
  • Names and Spelling Theodor W Hänsch Theodor Haensch Theodor W Haensch Theodor Hansch Wistre Rodriguez Del Amo Wister Rodriguez y del Amo Wistre R Del Amo Wistremundo Rodriguez
  • Names - alternatives and changes AEG until 1999 until 2004 Now: Sanofi Aventis
  • Synonyms and Spelling
    • SYNONYMS
    • spade
    • shovel
    • agricultural implement
    • excavation device
    • ....
    • ACRONYMS
    • MRI, SCUBA, LASER, etc
    • SPELLING
    • colour, color
    • organise, organize
    • ...
  • Synonyms pipe channel, conduit, twitter, pipeline hole aperture, opening, orifice, perforation container holder, receptacle, vessel pipe , hole container
  • Translation and Transliteration
    • Texts may have been (human/machine) translated
    • Consider language of document
    • Transliteration - Juri Yuri Iuri,
    Τα γάντια κολύμβησης είναι βοηθήματα κολύμβησης χεριών που αποτελούνται από γάντια, τα οποία έχουν μεταξύ των δακτύλων των χεριών μεμβράνη (1), έτσι ώστε όταν ο κολυμβητής τα φορά και ανοίγει τα ... Государственное учреждение "П тигорский государственный научно-исследовательский институт курортологии министерства здравоохранени  Российской Федерации" Разширяемите плавници са приложими в плувния спорт. Те имат увеличена площ, в резултат на което сеповишава скоростта при плуване на плувците и водолазите. Плавниците представляват еластична обувка (1) /бота/ от пластмаса или каучук, с вградена метална основа (2) в подметките и прикрепени към нея по две оребрени...
  • INID codes
  • INID codes WIPO: (www.wipo.int)
  • "Electronic Apparatus" Traps for the Beginner of Patentese The Misleading Title
  • " Cooling system for Electronic Apparatus" Traps for the Beginner of Patentese The Misleading Title
  • Traps for the Beginner of Patentese The Over-Specialised Title
  • Traps for the Beginner of Patentese The Over-Specialised Title Viagra Sildenafil citrate
  • Fluorescent Flourescent Traps for the Beginner of Patentese The Alternative Spelling
  • It's a pen!! Writing Instrument? Traps for the Beginner of Patentese The Over Elaborate Title Electric power source for electronic circuits It's a battery!!
  • Jargon des brevets instrument d'écriture = stylo pluralité de billes = roulement à billes objet sphérique muni de filaments souples permettant de mieux l'attraper = balle ludique
  • Jargon des brevets : électronique (1) source d'alimentation électrique pour circuits électroniques dispositif de commutation à semi-conducteur muni d'une électrode de contrôle moyen de liaison électrique isolé galvaniquement = batterie = transistor = transformateur
  • Jargon des brevets : électronique (2) = pantographe dispositif photo-émetteur = DEL (diode électroluminescente) agencement de prélèvement de courant depuis un câble électrique
  • Jargon des brevets : technologie générale (1) élément allongé = tuyau, colonne montante, câble ou fibre optique aile = porte ou fenêtre
  • Jargon des brevets : technologie générale (2) organe de stockage d'énergie = ressort moyen de fixation = clou, vis, rivet, etc.
  • Jargon des brevets : technologie générale (3) membre flexible = membrane ou diaphragme moyen de verrouillage = élément de retenue en forme de U, etc.
    • surface hydrophobe et oléophobe
    • polymère soluble dans l'eau ou dispersible dans l'eau
    • super absorbant
    • copolymère styrénique expansé
    • poly isoprène
    • ionomère
    • copolymère greffé de monomères de vinyle aromatiques sur un caoutchouc butadiène
    • polyester aromatique
    • Teflon®
    • acide polyacrylique (sel) ou alcool polyvinylique
    • gel d'acide polyacrylique (sel)
    • mousse de polystyrène ; Styrofoam®
    • caoutchouc naturel
    • copolymère d'éthylène et sels d'acide acrylique
    • ABS (le plastique des briques LEGO)
    • PET (polyéthylène téréphtalate)
    Jargon des brevets : chimie (1) Facultative
  • Jargon des brevets : chimie (2)
    • Composition comprenant A, B et C
    • = mélange d'au moins A, B et C, et éventuellement d'autres composants
    • Exemple : composition comprenant une solution d'acide lactique dans de l'alcool/de l'eau
    • -> Le vin !
    • Composition constituée de A, B et C
    • = mélange dans lequel seuls A, B et C sont présents
    • Exemple : composition constituée d' une solution d'acide lactique dans de l'alcool/de l'eau
    • -> On peut désormais écarter le vin, étant donné qu'il comprend bien plus de composants que l'acide lactique, l'alcool et l'eau.
    • Composition constituée essentiellement de A, B et C
    • = mélange de A, B et C susceptible d'inclure d'autres composants à condition qu'ils n'aient pas de répercussion négative sur l'effet de l'invention
    • Exemple : composition constituée essentiellement d'une solution d'acide lactique dans de l'alcool/de l'eau
    • -> Le vin peut être inclu si les autres composants qui y sont présents n'empêchent pas d'obtenir les effets de l'invention.
  • Jargon des brevets : chimie/industrie pharmaceutique
    • Composition comprenant de l'eau et du glycérol
    "comprenant" = d'autres ingrédients peuvent également être présents "contenant" = d'autres ingrédients peuvent également être présents "constituée de" = seuls les ingrédients énumérés sont présents
  • Jargon des brevets : industrie pharmaceutique (1) solution ophtalmique = solution adaptée à l'application oculaire (donc PAS une solution d'hydroxyde de sodium avec un pH de 13, par exemple) support pharmaceuti- = toute substance qu'un expert travaillant dans quement acceptable ce domaine (= homme du métier) utiliserait pour préparer un médicament (exemples : cellulose, glycérol, amidon) dispositif de mixtion = tout dispositif ou mixeur qui convient à cette fin. des ingrédients Il ne doit pas forcément provenir du secteur pharmaceutiques pharmaceutique et peut être utilisé dans un but différent (exemple : mixeur ménager)
  • Jargon des brevets : industrie pharmaceutique (2) composition pharmaceutique = exception au principe expliqué : comprenant X et Y pour le l'utilisation visée est prise en considération traitement de la maladie Z (au lieu d'un simple "adaptée à") si - la composition n'a encore jamais été utilisée en médecine (= première utilisation médicale ) ou - l'utilisation spécifique au moins (= deuxième utilisation médicale ) n'a pas encore été décrite
  • PATENT INFORMATION SERVICES FOR EXPERTS GLOBAL PATENT INDEX
    • Rich Internet Application (Adode Flash Player)
    • Access to free & subscription-based databases
    • Replaces MIMOSA
    Patent information services for experts
    • EP applications (A) and specifications (B)
    • European patent bulletin
    • Global patent index (GPI)
    • PATSTAT
    Patent information services for experts PRODUCTS
    • What for:
      • worldwide prior art search
      • worldwide weekly patent watch
    Patent information services for experts GLOBAL PATENT INDEX
  • Patent information services for experts STEP 1: RUN WEB APPLICATION https://data.epo.org/expert-services
  • Patent information services for experts STEP 2: USER IDENTIFICATION AND DATABASE SELECTION
  • 100 search criteria detailed searches complex queries save/load queries for re-use one index per criterion control of presence, format, and quality of data search history check parsed queries STEP 3: CREATE QUERY - RUN SEARCH
    • Boolean query = combination of:
      • criteria
      • terms
      • Boolean operators and or not
      • arithmetic operators = >= <= [ ] ( )
      • proximity operators e.g. enzymatic +1W hydrolysis
      • wildcards * ? #
      • string delimiters &quot;
    Patent information services for experts REMINDER (1/2)
    • Query evaluation from left to right:
      • WORD = argon and ( reinigung or purifi* )
      • WORD = argon and reinigung or purifi*
      • WORD = ( argon and reinigung ) or purifi*
    Patent information services for experts REMINDER (2/2)
  • Patent information services for experts STEP 4: DISPLAY RESULT LIST AND DOCUMENTS result list customisable downloadable document customisable downloadable query edit zone refine your search
  • GPI DOCUMENT CONTENT DOCDB data (searchable)
  • GPI DOCUMENT CONTENT OPS data (fetched on-the-fly)
  • STEP 5: SIMPLE STATISTICS
  • STEP 5: CROSS REFERENCE
  • week n week n + 1 DOCDB exchange weekly file DOCDB exchange added in GPI database (monday 2pm)
    • criterion DLE (Date of Last Exchange): limit the search scope to the most recent documents exchanged
    • criterion STA (document status):
      • STA = C (Created): document is new in DOCDB
      • STA = A (Amended): document is not new in DOCDB (re-exchanged)
    GPI DATABASE UPDATE POLICY Patent information services for experts
    • publication, application, priority:
      • country: PUC APC PRC
      • number: PUN APN PRN
      • kind: PUK APK PRK
      • date: PUD APD PRD
      • PUC = (DE FR CH GB) and APP = CERN
    Patent information services for experts GPI RECOMMENDED SEARCH CRITERIA
  • Patent information services for experts GPI RECOMMENDED SEARCH CRITERIA
    • date filter (standard: YYYYMMDD):
      • PUD = 2008*
      • PUD >= 2008/01/01 and PUD <= 2008/31/12
      • PUD [01-01-2008, 31-12-2008]
    • titles, abstracts:
      • TIEN or ABEN
      • TIDE or ABDE
      • TIFR or ABFR
      • WORD : all indexed languages
    Patent information services for experts GPI RECOMMENDED SEARCH CRITERIA
    • English words:
      • ABEN or TIEN = enzymatic and splitting
      • ABEN or TIEN = enzymatic +1W splitting
      • ABEN or TIEN = &quot;enzymatic splitting&quot;
    Patent information services for experts GPI RECOMMENDED SEARCH CRITERIA
    • acronyms (e.g. DDT), some chemical elements (e.g. argon, krypton), family names (e.g. FISCHER-TROPSCH), translated words:
      • WORD = argon and (reinigung or purifi*)
    Patent information services for experts GPI RECOMMENDED SEARCH CRITERIA
    • parties:
      • inventor/applicant name: INV APP
      • inventor/applicant country: INVC APPC
    Patent information services for experts GPI RECOMMENDED SEARCH CRITERIA
  • Patent information services for experts GPI RECOMMENDED SEARCH CRITERIA
    • names indexed by words + expressions
      • INV = &quot;FROMONT JACQUES&quot;
      • INV = FROMONT AND JACQUES
    • classifications:
      • IPC: IPC (IPC 1-8)
      • ECLA: ECLA
      • ICO: ICO
      • national: JPFI , JPFT , USC
      • national: NAT (for non US or JP)
    Patent information services for experts GPI RECOMMENDED SEARCH CRITERIA JPFI = &quot;B01D000100 A&quot; AND JPFT = 4D076AA
  • Patent information services for experts GPI RECOMMENDED SEARCH CRITERIA
    • classification filter:
      • IPC = A01B000110
      • IPC = A01B1/10
      • IPC = &quot;A01B 1/10&quot;
    • citations:
      • category: CCAT
      • patent: CPAT
      • NPL: CNPL
    Patent information services for experts GPI RECOMMENDED SEARCH CRITERIA CCAT = (X OR Y) AND CNPL = (DERWENT OR WPI) AND CPAT = EP
    • designations:
      • PCT: DSP
      • EPC: DSE
      • EPC extensions: DSX
    Patent information services for experts GPI RECOMMENDED SEARCH CRITERIA DSX = ME AND PUD = 2011* AND APP = SAMSUNG
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