Ideation International has developed powerful I-TRIZ analytical
methods to provide asset growth solutions to Intellectual Property
departments of domestic and international enterprises, universities,
university start-up companies, as well as research foundations and
institutes. These services include the application of proprietary
and patented breakthrough computer-assisted processes for the
evaluation, opinion formation, and forecasting of inventions and
patents, which can have a major impact on increasing IP portfolio
value and growth.
Ideationís IP services provide high-level expertise to enhance the value
of proprietary technologies, inventions, patents and patent portfolios.
These methods can be used to quantitatively assess the logical
correctness of a patent, discover additional innovations in technologies
taught by patents, and provide highly credible expectations of the
future evolution of patented technologies.
Disclosure Inspection Service - III analysts
uncover, display and codify the interrelationships among the
functional elements of an invention
disclosure or technology description submitted by the
client. They also develop and provide a suggested list of
claims as well as a list of alternatives to expand the
inventive reach of the disclosure or technology description.
Analysis Service - III
analysts employ a patented methodology to generate a
graphical depiction of the logical structure of the
invention described in the patent. This diagrammatic
approach exposes both the weaknesses and strengths in the
patent and its claim structure. The software that embodies
the specialized methodology further produces a comprehensive
list of suggested avenues for development that may
strengthen, expand or extend the patent.
Patent Deconstruction Service - III analysts
conduct a focused patent analysis to meet the clientís
objectives, which typically include litigation support,
infringement avoidance, and circumvention of a competitorís
patent. This work is carried out in close partnership with
client personnel so that the competitive landscape be fully
appreciated by the III analysts.
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