IP analyses evaluate large amounts of patent data statistically and in terms of research, and link this information with economic information in order to identify the superordinate relationships between patent applications and technological and market trends among other things. In contrast to classical searches, which focus on the content of individual intellectual property rights, IP analyses aim to present superordinate relationships and trends.
The Serviva project teams of engineers, scientists and economists have many years of experience in both professional patent research and access to relevant business information. They are able to analyse the structures of international corporations carefully and comprehensively and to link this information with the usually large amounts of patent data.
We always carry out IP analyses individually based on detailed customer requirements. The preparation of the results is mostly in graphic form, e.g. as a PowerPoint presentation and/or “Patent Landscapes”. The most important results are summarised in a compact way so that they also provide added value for executives without relevant IP knowledge.