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Today’s session:
Technology development projects
1
Welcome to Questel’s Webinar
The presentation will start in a few minut...
Questel
Leading you all along the IP lifecycle
IP Business Intelligence
Technology development projects
2
• Introduction
– Questel
– IPBI packaging
• How to elaborate technology scouting projects? A 3-step process
1- Identify te...
LEGAL RISK
ASSESSMENT
SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS ALL ALONG
THE INNOVATION LIFECYCLE
TECHNOLOGY
DEVELOPMENT
PRODUCT
DEVELOPMENT
MAR...
Use case: Technology and skill scouting in Lithium-Air Batteries
5
Technology and skill scouting in Lithium-Air batteries -
Graphene patents for Lithium Air cathode
Scenario:
The company Ro...
• Creating a database focusing on Lithium Air batteries
1. Identify technologies in the defined domain
Keywords
x
Similari...
Investment Trend
• Increasing investment over the last decade
 Great technological interest
• Strong academic activity th...
Identification of graphene containing patents
90%10%
9
Main players
90%10%
10
50%50%
Potential inventors to hire
Selection of graphene patents to analyse
Potential technologies to acquire / partnershi...
Selection of graphene patents to analyse
Lithium Air
database (632
patents)
Graphene based
Lithium Air patent
to study (47...
2. Evaluate technology (Technology scouting module)
100%
13
Technology Scouting
Metrics
adjustable
according to the
user’s own
practice
50%
50%
14
Technology Scouting50%50%
15
Selection of high potential patents
LithiumAir
database (632
patents)
Graphene based
LithiumAir patent to
study (47 patent...
To perform such an analysis, it is necessary to define three sets
of patents:
• Your own portfolio (Here we choose Robert ...
Legal Evaluation
Robert Bosch
Except for the metric concerning the number of patents with over 5 years left, technology sc...
Technical Evaluation
Tech Scoutingpatents are highly
cited, thus indicatinginterest from
other parties
The tech scouting
p...
Geographical evaluation
In terms of geographical metrics, the two portfolios seem to complement one another. The
low value...
Interested parties
- Here is a list of companies
citing the most the patents from
the Technology Scouting
portfolio
- In t...
Take a decision
Lithium Airdatabase
(632 patents)
Graphene based
Lithium Airpatent to
study (47 patents)
Graphene based
Li...
Q&A
23
Gilles Cruanes
gcruanes@questel.com
To access the trial please send the following code 
in the object of your mail
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Technology scouting in Questel Orbit

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Want to know how you can elaborate technology scouting projects in 3-step :
1- Identify technologies in the defined domain
2- Evaluate technologies (Technology scouting module)
3- Take decision (Licensing In module)

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Technology scouting in Questel Orbit

  1. 1. Today’s session: Technology development projects 1 Welcome to Questel’s Webinar The presentation will start in a few minutes. Gilles CRUANES gcruanes@questel.com Eugénie MERIGEAULT emerigeault@questel.com
  2. 2. Questel Leading you all along the IP lifecycle IP Business Intelligence Technology development projects 2
  3. 3. • Introduction – Questel – IPBI packaging • How to elaborate technology scouting projects? A 3-step process 1- Identify technologies in the defined domain (Analysis module) 2- Evaluate technologies (Technology scouting module) 3- Take decision (Licensing In module) • Q/A • Conclusion – Benefits / ROI – Next step – Stay tuned Agenda 3
  4. 4. LEGAL RISK ASSESSMENT SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS ALL ALONG THE INNOVATION LIFECYCLE TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT MARKET DEVELOPMENT ASSET MONETIZATION Business Needs IPAsset Management TECHNOLOGY SCOUTING ORBIT FOR… Productivity Tools INNOVATION CAPTURE INVENTOR PORTAL DOCKETING MONETIZATION LICENSING-IN BUSINESSRISK ASSESSMENT ABILITY TO EXCLUDE PORTFOLIO PRUNING LICENSABLE ART LICENSING-OUT Find technology Mitigate risks Sustain advantage Maximize profit 4
  5. 5. Use case: Technology and skill scouting in Lithium-Air Batteries 5
  6. 6. Technology and skill scouting in Lithium-Air batteries - Graphene patents for Lithium Air cathode Scenario: The company Robert Bosch that already owns a portfolio in Lithium Air batteries, wants to improve its portfolio by adding patents using graphene. Use case 6
  7. 7. • Creating a database focusing on Lithium Air batteries 1. Identify technologies in the defined domain Keywords x Similarity Highlighting, KWIC, concepts Manual review 50% 50% 100% 100% Lithium Air database (632 patents) 7 Computerized assisted reading
  8. 8. Investment Trend • Increasing investment over the last decade  Great technological interest • Strong academic activity the past few years  Potential licensing opportunities • Some small players and startups Trend 70% 30% Incomplete data (publication delay) Incomplete data (publication delay) 8
  9. 9. Identification of graphene containing patents 90%10% 9
  10. 10. Main players 90%10% 10
  11. 11. 50%50% Potential inventors to hire Selection of graphene patents to analyse Potential technologies to acquire / partnership opportunities Final clean up : to remove 4 patents co-filed between one academic and one industrial player and one patent already dead  47 patents 11
  12. 12. Selection of graphene patents to analyse Lithium Air database (632 patents) Graphene based Lithium Air patent to study (47 alive patents) 12
  13. 13. 2. Evaluate technology (Technology scouting module) 100% 13
  14. 14. Technology Scouting Metrics adjustable according to the user’s own practice 50% 50% 14
  15. 15. Technology Scouting50%50% 15
  16. 16. Selection of high potential patents LithiumAir database (632 patents) Graphene based LithiumAir patent to study (47 patents) Graphene based LithiumAir patents with highest potential (3 patents) 16
  17. 17. To perform such an analysis, it is necessary to define three sets of patents: • Your own portfolio (Here we choose Robert Bosch– 23 patent families which are related to Lithium Air batteries) • The set of patents that seem to be promising. (Based on the Technology Scouting – 3 patent families) • The environment (set used in the first part – 632 patent families) 3. Take decision (Licensing In module) 70%30% 17
  18. 18. Legal Evaluation Robert Bosch Except for the metric concerning the number of patents with over 5 years left, technology scouting portfolio improves the Robert Bosch’s portfolio in almost all the legal metrics. Set from technology scouting The technologyscouting set helps Robert Bosch portfolio get better and stronger. Metric low for the technology scouting portfolio because of its low volume (2 five patent families but 100% of them have over 5 years left) 18
  19. 19. Technical Evaluation Tech Scoutingpatents are highly cited, thus indicatinginterest from other parties The tech scouting portfolio improves the Robert Bosch portfolio even if it was already well positioned in terms of originality From a technical stand point, the situation can be compared to the legal evaluation graph. 19
  20. 20. Geographical evaluation In terms of geographical metrics, the two portfolios seem to complement one another. The low values for the Tech scouting portfolio are linked to its very small size (only 3 patent families) 20
  21. 21. Interested parties - Here is a list of companies citing the most the patents from the Technology Scouting portfolio - In theory those companies might also be interested in buying or licensing in these patents. 21
  22. 22. Take a decision Lithium Airdatabase (632 patents) Graphene based Lithium Airpatent to study (47 patents) Graphene based Lithium Airpatents with highest potential(3 patents) 22 Intangible  assets Copyrights Cooperative agreements Manufacturing capacity Know‐how Business  location Trademarks
  23. 23. Q&A 23 Gilles Cruanes gcruanes@questel.com To access the trial please send the following code  in the object of your mail QUESTEL SCOUT 2015

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