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Patent Landscape Report on Graphene by PatSeer Pro

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This report categorizes and graphically analyzes graphene technologies. It is clear from the patenting trends in graphene-related patents and company portfolio and activity, that this is a rapidly emerging research-based area of technology. Looking at the trends in the classification of patents, this technology is now finding application in a diverse range of technological areas

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Patent Landscape Report on Graphene by PatSeer Pro

  1. 1. PATENT LANDSCAPE REPORT BY PATSEER PRO GRAPHENE (/ˈɡræf.iːn/)
  2. 2. Page 2 of 30 © 2017 Gridlogics. All Rights Reserved. Feedbacks and Comments on this report can be sent to feedback_tr@patentinsightpro.com GRAPHENE - OVERVIEW Graphene is an allotrope of carbon, whose structure is one-atom-thick planar sheets of sp2-bonded carbon atoms that are densely packed in a honeycomb crystal lattice. The term graphene was coined as a combination of graphite and the suffix -ene by Hanns-Peter Boehm, who described single-layer carbon foils in 1962. Graphene is most easily visualized as an atomic-scale chicken wire made of carbon atoms and their bonds. The crystalline or "flake" form of graphite consists of many graphene sheets stacked together. The carbon-carbon bond length in graphene is about 0.142 nanometers. Graphene sheets stack to form graphite with an interplanar spacing of 0.335 nm, which means that a stack of 3 million sheets would be only one millimetre thick. Graphene is the basic structural element of some carbon allotropes including graphite, charcoal, carbon nanotubes and fullerenes. It can also be considered as an indefinitely large aromatic molecule, the limiting case of the family of flat polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. Because of its range of extraordinary properties, people are considering using graphene in a myriad of different applications. For example, because graphene is so strong, people want to use it to reinforce plastics, making them conductive at the same time. Because it's transparent and conducts electricity, people want to use it in applications like mobile phone screens, touch screens, TV screens and so on. People are also considering using it to go beyond silicon technology and make our integrated circuits even denser and speedier. Those are just few examples. It is lighter than a feather, stronger than steel, yet incredibly flexible and more conductive than copper. It has been hailed as “the miracle material”, it’s possible uses are apparently almost endless. This report is an update of Technology Insight Report on Graphene prepared in 2013 and is prepared following a noticeable increase in research activities around Graphene.
  3. 3. Page 3 of 30 © 2017 Gridlogics. All Rights Reserved. Feedbacks and Comments on this report can be sent to feedback_tr@patentinsightpro.com Overview The below table summarizes graphene analysis. We used PatSeer to search individual publications and then collapsed them to one member per Family (Simple Families). Patent families are a group of one or more patent applications in multiple countries which represent the same invention. Table 1: Summary of worldwide patent dataset for graphene Number of patent publications 49912 Number of patent families 30963 Earliest Priority year range 2004 TO 2017 Top Applicant Samsung Electronics Co Ltd NOTE:  All analysis in this report has been done on Simple Family (one member per family) unless specifically mentioned and so the data in the charts should be construed accordingly  Records for Samsung Electronics, Samsung Display have not been grouped together in Samsung Group as there are some patents owned by both these companies individually  Total number of records considered for analysis were 30000 as some of the irrelevant records were removed from the data set after manual review
  4. 4. Page 4 of 30 © 2017 Gridlogics. All Rights Reserved. Feedbacks and Comments on this report can be sent to feedback_tr@patentinsightpro.com TECHNICAL SEGMENTATION (PATENT CATEGORIZATION) PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES APPLICATIONS FORMS OF GRAPHENE Adhesive Tape Atomic Force Microscopy 3D Carbon Dioxide Reduction Automobiles Bilayer Centrifugation Aviation Chemical Modification Chemical Vapour Deposition (CVD) Bioimaging Graphite Oxide Cold wall Bone Tissue Engineering Gyroid Electrochemical Synthesis Calayst Ligand Epitaxial Growth Composite Materials  Anti-Corrosion  Spray Coating  Weatherproof Materials Monolayer sheets Exfoliation Conductive Ink Graphite Oxide Reduction Coolant Nanocoil Immiscible Liquids Defence Nanoribbons Intercalation Electromagnetic Shielding Pillared Ion Implantation Electronic Body Parts Platelets Laser Electronics  Capacitors  Frequency Multiplier  HEMT  Integrated Circuits  Interconnects  MOSFET  Spintronics  Transistors  Transparent Conducting Electrodes  Ultracapacitors Quantum Dots Metal Substrates  Copper  Iridium  Nickel  Ruthenium  Silicon carbide  Silicon/germanium/hydrogen Electrophoretic Deposition Superlattice Microwave-assisted Oxidation Energy Storage  Fuel Cells  Lithium Ion Batteries  Solar Cells  Thin Film Batteries Molten Salts Environmental  Contaminant Removal  Oil-spill  Water Filtration Nanotube Slicing Light Processing
  5. 5. Page 5 of 30 © 2017 Gridlogics. All Rights Reserved. Feedbacks and Comments on this report can be sent to feedback_tr@patentinsightpro.com  Infrared Light Detection  Optical Modulator  Photodetector Pyrolysis Lubricants Roll-to-roll Medical  Antibiotics  Anticancer treatment  Biomicrorobotics  Cholesterol Monitoring  Contrast Agents  DNA Sequencing  Glucose Level  Neurological Disorders  Polymerase Chain Reaction Tissue Engineering Shearing Nanoantennas Sonication Nanoimprint Lithography Spin Coating Optical Electronics  Light Emitting Diodes  Liquid Crystal Displays Optoisolators  Panel Displays  Photodiodes  Photomultipliers  Photonic integrated circuit  Photoresistor  Phototransistors  Touchscreens Supersonic Spray Optical Lens Paints Plasmonics Printers Radio Wave Absorption Redox Sensors  Bio Sensors  Biological Sensors  Chemical Sensors  Gas Sensors  Hall Effect  Magnetic Sensors  Mass Sensors  Molecular Sensors  Motion Sensors  Nanopore Sensors
  6. 6. Page 6 of 30 © 2017 Gridlogics. All Rights Reserved. Feedbacks and Comments on this report can be sent to feedback_tr@patentinsightpro.com  NEMS  Piezoelectric Effect  Pressure Sensors  Radiation Sensors Sports Textile Thermal Management Thermoplastics Transducers
  7. 7. Page 7 of 30 © 2017 Gridlogics. All Rights Reserved. Feedbacks and Comments on this report can be sent to feedback_tr@patentinsightpro.com FILING TREND The chart shows filing trends in Graphene during the last 15 years. Maximum number of patent applications (6974) taking/having priority were filed during 2015. A sudden rise in patent filing activity in the domain of graphene during years 2013-15 indicates widespread interest in the given technology domain. It’s clear the current activity around these technologies is likely to continue seeing more innovation in the near future. How we did it? Once the patents were added to PatSeer Project, application trend chart was generated within Quick Stats. The generated chart was then converted to Earliest Priority Year.
  8. 8. Page 8 of 30 © 2017 Gridlogics. All Rights Reserved. Feedbacks and Comments on this report can be sent to feedback_tr@patentinsightpro.com TOP COMPANIES The chart below represents top companies active in graphene technology. If we compare the top 5 applicants in 2013 (Table 2), with the current top patent holders, it can be seen that there are many universities like Univ Zhejiang and Univ Tsinghua appear in the top 5 Table 2: Top 5 applicants in 2013 SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO LTD 150 KOREA ADVANCED INST SCI & TECH 68 SUNGKYUNKWAN UNIV 56 IBM CORP 44 OCEANS KING LIGHTING SCIENCE 32 How we did it? Once the patents were added to PatSeer Projects, top assignees chart was generated within the Quick Stats Tab. Note: Assignees used for all the charts below were generated with the help of custom fields, i.e. similar assignees with name variations were filtered, and then these were assigned to a particular custom field (assignee).This was repeated for the top assignees
  9. 9. Page 9 of 30 © 2017 Gridlogics. All Rights Reserved. Feedbacks and Comments on this report can be sent to feedback_tr@patentinsightpro.com RESEARCH ACTIVITY AROUND THE WORLD The map below represents the geographical filing relating to Graphene. The map helps provide an indication of where innovation in this area is originating. It can be seen that 51% of total graphene landscape originate from China followed by Korea (6024) and US (4328). The strength of the coloring represents the proportion of patent applications. Country Total CN 15375 KR 6024 US 4328 JP 1471 TW 681 How we did it? The map was generated using the Priority country tab under the Quick Stats option.
  10. 10. Page 10 of 30 © 2017 Gridlogics. All Rights Reserved. Feedbacks and Comments on this report can be sent to feedback_tr@patentinsightpro.com FILING TREND BY GEOGRAPHICAL REGIONS The chart represents filing trends for top 5 patent authorities for last 15 years. It can be seen since 2010 there has been considerable growth in the filings in China (15666 records). US filings have dropped significantly in the last five years. How we did it? Once the patents were added to PatSeer Project, application trend chart was generated within Quick Stats. The generated chart was then converted to Earliest Priority Year. Further, using Chart Layer values for top 5 priority countries were plotted and then stacked to make the chart appear as stacked area chart.
  11. 11. Page 11 of 30 © 2017 Gridlogics. All Rights Reserved. Feedbacks and Comments on this report can be sent to feedback_tr@patentinsightpro.com COMPANY ACTIVITY ACROSS PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES  The table below shows research activity of top 10 companies across different production techniques  Samsung has the most number of records for Metal Substrates  Univ Southeast focuses more on Spin Coating The chart below shows assignee activity across different metal substrates. Copper is most commonly used metal substrate.
  12. 12. Page 12 of 30 © 2017 Gridlogics. All Rights Reserved. Feedbacks and Comments on this report can be sent to feedback_tr@patentinsightpro.com How we did it? First records were classified under different production techniques. These were then compared using the co-occurrence tool with the companies. The resulted matrix was converted to row heat map and downloaded as PNG. Further different metal substrates were analyzed with respect to companies and the resulting matrix was converted to a column chart and downloaded as PNG.
  13. 13. Page 13 of 30 © 2017 Gridlogics. All Rights Reserved. Feedbacks and Comments on this report can be sent to feedback_tr@patentinsightpro.com COMPANY ACTIVITY ACROSS APPLICATIONS The table below shows research activity of companies across various all the applications. Assignees KAIST LGChem OceansKing LightingScience Samsung UnivJiangsu UnivSoutheast Univ SungkyunkwanR UnivTianjin UnivTsinghua UnivZhejiang Applications(Total) 202 164 338 413 188 154 215 239 248 294 Atomic Force Microscopy 33 5 5 19 8 3 32 5 22 5 Automobiles 1 3 Aviation 6 9 12 10 6 7 24 6 9 Bioimaging 2 3 5 Bone tissue engineering 1 1 1 1 1 1 Catalyst 7 2 7 1 1 5 3 4 2 Composite Materials 17 27 24 68 30 25 40 31 24 40 Conductive Ink 2 10 10 3 3 1 Coolant 2 2 1 Defence 4 5 4 3 2 7 5 7 4 Electromagnetic Shielding 1 20 2 2 2 5 9 5 14 Electronic Body Parts 5 1 1 Electronics 58 15 61 224 20 19 77 32 48 49 Electrophoretic Deposition 1 1 3 2 1 Energy Storage 55 91 178 126 58 36 85 79 90 117 Environmental 6 5 32 11 21 19 13 25 32 22 Light Processing 3 1 30 5 2 14 3 4 12 Lubricants 4 16 9 6 2 1 1 5 18 Medical 20 4 15 36 17 20 17 15 24 Nanoantennas 1 1 Nanoimprint Lithography 6 1 2 8 Optical Electronics 39 13 52 103 4 8 47 4 24 21 Optical Lens 2 1 2 Paints 3 2 6 2 5 4 3 8 2 10 Plasmonics 11 2 15 5 9 3 2 2 Printers 12 14 35 6 1 21 3 3 6 Radio Wave Absorption 1 Redox 7 4 22 20 19 27 15 26 24 24 Sensors 38 11 1 67 39 37 60 23 27 34
  14. 14. Page 14 of 30 © 2017 Gridlogics. All Rights Reserved. Feedbacks and Comments on this report can be sent to feedback_tr@patentinsightpro.com Sports 3 1 Textile 16 81 5 53 11 11 10 29 24 36 Thermal Management 15 26 4 48 11 10 12 20 13 16 Thermoplastics 11 25 25 2 6 2 3 5 Transducers 2 2 1 1 5 1 3 3 How we did it? First records were classified under different application areas. These were then compared using the co- occurrence tool with the companies. The resulted matrix was exported as a CSV.
  15. 15. Page 15 of 30 © 2017 Gridlogics. All Rights Reserved. Feedbacks and Comments on this report can be sent to feedback_tr@patentinsightpro.com COMPANY ACTIVITY ACROSS GRAPHENE FORMS  The chart below represents research activity of key companies across different forms of graphene  Oceans King Lighting mainly focuses on Graphite Oxide as compared to others How we did it? First records were classified under different forms of graphene. These were then compared using the co- occurrence tool with the companies. The resulting matrix was converted to a tree map using the option present and then downloaded as PNG. .
  16. 16. Page 16 of 30 © 2017 Gridlogics. All Rights Reserved. Feedbacks and Comments on this report can be sent to feedback_tr@patentinsightpro.com COMPANY ACTIVITY ACROSS ELECTRONIC APPLICATIONS  The matrix below shows research activity of companies across different electronic applications of graphene  Nanotek Instruments has most number of records for Interconnects How we did it? First records were classified under different sub-categories for electronics as an application for graphene. These were then compared using the co-occurrence tool with the companies. The resulted matrix was converted to column heat map and downloaded as PNG.
  17. 17. Page 17 of 30 © 2017 Gridlogics. All Rights Reserved. Feedbacks and Comments on this report can be sent to feedback_tr@patentinsightpro.com Optical Electronics vs Metal Substrates  The chart below shows metal substrates used in optical electronics  Copper is widely used as a metal substrate across all the electronic applications How we did it? First records were classified under different components of optical electronics and metal substrates and then a co- occurrence matrix for the same was generated using the co-occurrence tool. The resulting matrix was converted to a column chart and downloaded as PNG.
  18. 18. Page 18 of 30 © 2017 Gridlogics. All Rights Reserved. Feedbacks and Comments on this report can be sent to feedback_tr@patentinsightpro.com Graphene Forms vs Application Areas The table below shows which form of graphene is used in which application area Formsof Graphene 3D Bilayer Chemical Modification Graphite Oxide Gyroid Ligand Monolayer Sheets Nanocoil Nanoribbons Pillared Platelets Quantum Dots Superlattice Applications (Total) 457 585 228 8185 8 204 104 22 371 12 286 773 39 Atomic Force Microscopy 25 59 34 710 6 28 28 1 63 2 40 112 7 Automobiles 1 12 1 Aviation 80 47 19 588 12 3 3 30 2 50 36 1 Bioimaging 3 1 30 8 2 1 29 Bone tissue engineering 7 2 35 7 Catalyst 22 9 6 152 1 19 2 5 1 6 8 Composite Materials 83 117 36 1553 3 34 22 7 57 5 97 117 3 Conductive Ink 22 18 9 96 2 1 2 18 4 Coolant 9 5 2 23 1 1 7 2 Defence 18 24 3 127 1 4 2 15 2 13 18 1 Electromagnetic Shielding 30 23 10 284 1 1 1 7 48 9 Electronic Body Parts 2 5 16 1 1 1 Electronics 163 226 46 1380 5 51 51 9 209 7 137 211 21 Electrophoretic Deposition 4 13 2 65 1 1 2 3 12 Energy Storage 158 151 57 2776 7 69 41 9 116 7 76 267 12 Environmental 40 45 30 967 2 17 8 2 25 1 20 76 1 Light Processing 18 34 5 139 15 13 26 5 79 7 Lubricants 23 15 7 221 4 5 4 10 29 22 Medical 61 45 28 957 62 9 27 1 18 167 Nanoantennas 7 5 3 2 2 5 Nanoimprint Lithography 8 10 4 43 5 5 2 10 31 4 Optical Electronics 83 117 21 750 31 18 50 30 165 5 Optical Lens 4 1 23 2 1 1 8 Paints 29 30 23 469 1 12 1 2 10 33 33 Plasmonics 16 39 4 214 5 17 7 33 1 10 45 4 Printers 150 66 17 429 4 26 6 1 41 38 107 3 Radio Wave Absorption 3 Redox 54 31 26 1160 1 38 8 1 23 1 28 65 Sensors 86 105 45 1244 1 77 22 3 74 3 30 224 11 Sports 5 6 2 37 3 4 1 1 Textile 84 81 31 969 19 8 5 34 1 92 81 Thermal Management 95 81 29 1015 4 13 7 4 32 86 66 6 Thermoplastics 64 37 20 356 1 14 3 5 21 2 76 28 Transducers 14 10 6 118 4 2 1 9 7 17
  19. 19. Page 19 of 30 © 2017 Gridlogics. All Rights Reserved. Feedbacks and Comments on this report can be sent to feedback_tr@patentinsightpro.com How we did it? The categories for different graphene forms and application areas created for previous analysis were correlated using the co-occurrence tool. The resulted matrix was exported as a CSV.
  20. 20. Page 20 of 30 © 2017 Gridlogics. All Rights Reserved. Feedbacks and Comments on this report can be sent to feedback_tr@patentinsightpro.com CORRELATION MAP FOR KEY COMPANIES ACROSS DIFFERENT CPC The map below represents correlation between top 5 companies and their top 5 CPC. In the map, each company is connected to particular Cooperative Patent Class (CPC) through links whose thickness and color intensity is directly proportional to the number of records relating them. The number next to each line represents the number of records for various companies present in a particular technology area. It can be seen that Oceans King, Univ Zhejiang and Univ Tsinghua, all Chinese companies have research interest in graphene’s application in renewable or green energy (Y02) where as Samsung focuses mainly on semiconductors and nanotechnology materials. How we did it? The co-relation mode within VizMAP was used to correlate top 5 companies with top 5 CPC. The resulting map was downloaded as an image.
  21. 21. Page 21 of 30 © 2017 Gridlogics. All Rights Reserved. Feedbacks and Comments on this report can be sent to feedback_tr@patentinsightpro.com Class Definitions B05D1 Processes for applying liquids or other fluent materials B82Y30 Nano-technology for materials or surface science B82Y40 Manufacture or treatment of nano-structures C01B31 Carbon;Compounds C23C16 Chemical coating by decomposition of gaseous compounds, without leaving reaction products of surface material in the coating, i.e. chemical vapour deposition [CVD] processes H01G11 Nano-technology for materials or surface science, e.g. nano-composites H01L21 Processes or apparatus adapted for the manufacture or treatment of semiconductor or solid state devices or of parts thereof H01L29 Semiconductor devices adapted for rectifying, amplifying, oscillating or switching, or capacitors or resistors with at least one potential-jump barrier or surface barrier H01L41 Piezo-electric devices in general H01M10 Secondary cells H01M4 Electrodes Y02E60 Enabling technologies or technologies with a potential or indirect contribution to GHG emissions mitigation Y02P70 Climate change mitigation technologies in the production process for final industrial or consumer products
  22. 22. Page 22 of 30 © 2017 Gridlogics. All Rights Reserved. Feedbacks and Comments on this report can be sent to feedback_tr@patentinsightpro.com INVENTOR GROUPS OF KEY COMPANIES IN GRAPHENE The generated map below highlights key inventor groups of Hon Hai Precision and Univ Tsinghua. In map below the groups are created using network relationships and the records are positioned on the map based on their relationship to Assignee and inventors listed on the graph. Also groups of inventors who file together will appear clustered together. As can be seen inventor groups of Jiang Kaili, Fan Shoushan and Wang Jiaping appear together as they have common records between them. Patent nodes for Univ Tsinghua and Hon Hai are represented in red and green respectively. How we did it? Using the VizMAP tool, patents of Univ Tsinghua and Hon Hai Precision were loaded from Current Assignee field within ‘Analyze By’ option in the network mode. These were then expanded by their respective inventor names. We then restricted the map to those inventors having 2 or more records. Links option was enabled to link the records between different inventors and assignees. Color by Current Assignees option was used to differentiate records for different assignees.
  23. 23. Page 23 of 30 © 2017 Gridlogics. All Rights Reserved. Feedbacks and Comments on this report can be sent to feedback_tr@patentinsightpro.com KEY COMPANY ANALYSIS We identified following companies primarily focusing on graphene and its application areas  Nanotek Instruments Inc  Vorbeck Materials  Graftech Inc  Graphenea Inc  NanoXplore
  24. 24. Page 24 of 30 © 2017 Gridlogics. All Rights Reserved. Feedbacks and Comments on this report can be sent to feedback_tr@patentinsightpro.com FILING TREND The following chart shows number of filings by key companies from 2004. It can be seen that all these companies have filed in 2014 which indicates there was a lot of R&D activity around that time. How we did it? First key companies in graphene were identified by online research. Then, application trend chart was generated within Quick Stats which was then converted to Earliest Priority Year. Using Chart Layer option, layers for those key companies were added on the generated earliest priority year chart and the resulting chart was exported as PNG.
  25. 25. Page 25 of 30 © 2017 Gridlogics. All Rights Reserved. Feedbacks and Comments on this report can be sent to feedback_tr@patentinsightpro.com GRAPHENE – CHINA TRENDS TOP COMPANIES The chart shows records for top 15 patent holders from China How we did it? We selected China as priority country from the filter option present within results page. Current assignee chart for top 15 companies was generated within the Quick Stats Tab.
  26. 26. Page 26 of 30 © 2017 Gridlogics. All Rights Reserved. Feedbacks and Comments on this report can be sent to feedback_tr@patentinsightpro.com GRAPHENE – KOREA TRENDS TOP COMPANIES The chart shows records for top 15 patent holders from Korea How we did it? We selected Korea as priority country from the filter option present within results page. Current assignee chart for top 15 companies was generated within the Quick Stats Tab.
  27. 27. Page 27 of 30 © 2017 Gridlogics. All Rights Reserved. Feedbacks and Comments on this report can be sent to feedback_tr@patentinsightpro.com GRAPHENE – US TRENDS TOP COMPANIES The chart shows records for top 15 patent holders from US How we did it? We selected US as priority country from the filter option present within results page. Current assignee chart for top 15 companies was generated within the Quick Stats Tab.
  28. 28. Page 28 of 30 © 2017 Gridlogics. All Rights Reserved. Feedbacks and Comments on this report can be sent to feedback_tr@patentinsightpro.com INDUSTRIAL SEGMENTATION FOR CHINA, US AND KOREA  The bar chart below represents comparative analysis for the top three countries based on priority  It can be seen even if US is at the third position in terms of records filed, it has more number of filings in Instruments & Mechanical Engineering domain as compared to Korea How we did it? We selected CN, KR and US as priority countries from the filter option present within results page. Bar chart for Priority Countries was generated within the Quick Stats Tab. Using Add Layer, we selected different Tech Domains and the resulting chart was converted to Stacked Bar Chart using the option present. It was then downloaded as PNG.
  29. 29. Page 29 of 30 © 2017 Gridlogics. All Rights Reserved. Feedbacks and Comments on this report can be sent to feedback_tr@patentinsightpro.com SUMMARY This report categorizes and graphically analyzes graphene technologies. It is clear from the patenting trends in graphene-related patents and company portfolio and activity, that this is a rapidly emerging research-based area of technology. Looking at the trends in the classification of patents, this technology is now finding application in a diverse range of technological areas. Graphene-related technologies are classified in a diverse range of places in the IPC and though the majority of sub-groups relate to the chemistry and processing of graphene, there are a significant and diverse range of application-specific classifications applied. Varying research strategies of the applicants are evident from the patent collaborations; Samsung exhibits a reasonable amount of collaboration, whilst other top applicants show none. The different nature of the top applicants is further highlighted by the technology landscape which reveals that, in contrast to the specialism evident from most applicants, Samsung is active in a very diverse range of graphene-related technology. China has emerged as leader (in the last five years) in terms of manufacturing as well as applications of graphene.
  30. 30. Page 30 of 30 © 2017 Gridlogics. All Rights Reserved. Feedbacks and Comments on this report can be sent to feedback_tr@patentinsightpro.com ABOUT PATSEER PRO PatSeer Pro is a powerful and flexible web-based Patent Search, Analytics and Landscaping Platform. It includes a comprehensive set of analytical tools needed for precise technology landscaping and competitive intelligence projects such as Assignee cleanup tools, Co-occurrence Matrices, configurable Chart Dashboards, multi-generation Citation Analysis, Text Clustering and VizMAP – a spatial exploration and contour mapping visualization engine. PatSeer Pro is developed by Gridlogics, a leading provider of products and custom software solutions for patent research, management, data analysis and project management. For more information: Visit us at: www.patseer.com/pro- edition/  Create and configure dashboards as per your business charting requirements  A large set of powerful visualizations  Share dashboards across the organization  Render multiple visualizations in a single view  Add interactive filters to your dashboard  Collaborative decision making experience via sharable dashboards  Advanced 2D spatial visualizations for semantic exploration  Fully HTML5 compliant SaaS that works across all browsers  Powerful Customization Options  Normalize Assignees as per your business context  Competitor Trend Analysis  Natural Language / Similarity Searching  Out-licensing Research beyond citations  Powerful web based co- occurrence matrix with integrated real-time filters  Generate heat-maps on the fly  A variety of Matrix Export options  Leverage custom data points (Custom Fields, Categories) in Matrix  Automated Cleanup and Grouping using Fuzzy, Regex, Thesaurus Matching  Clustering / Topic Identification  Multi-generation Citation Analyzer  Thesaurus Creation/Edit and taxonomy management  Analyze networks of relationships between Companies, inventors and technologies using VizMAP  Contour Maps that highlights the peaks and troughs of the technology landscape  Co-Citation and Self/Non-Self Citation Analysis  Map the landscape around your hierarchical categories (buckets)  Powerful slide-dice options giving full-flexibility to the analyst  Fast response times even for large set of records  Multi-generation Citation Analyzer  Thesaurus Creation/Edit and taxonomy management One-stop platform for Technology Mining, White Space Analysis, Tech/Economic Forecasting and Competitive Intelligence Powerful and flexible analytics tools required for precision analysis Seamless collaboration and workflow capabilities allow for creating and sharing dashboards and analytical outputs Integrated Global Patent Content of PatSeer Database PatSeer Pro PATSEER PRO CAPABILITIES AT-A-GLANCE…

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