Monitoring Assistant
INTERGATOR Patent Search provides an integrated monitoring research assistant that generates a complex search query based on input of relevant parameters. Advanced semantic analysis techniques automatically expand extracted concepts with related terms and synonyms to enhance the relevance of search results. This ensures comprehensive monitoring research, identifying potentially relevant patents and intellectual property rights that may not have been captured by the original search query.
INTERGATOR Patent Search FTO Search
Freedom-to-Operate (FTO) research is crucial for companies developing or launching new products. INTERGATOR Patent Search offers a powerful assistant that simplifies complex queries and precisely identifies relevant patents. Through semantic search and customizable geographic and technological parameters, you can proactively identify and minimize potential legal risks. Optimize your FTO strategy and safeguard your business interests with INTERGATOR Patent Search.
INTERGATOR Patent Search Novelty Search
On the homepage of INTERGATOR Patent Search, we select the novelty search assistant, guiding us through the entire process. Initially, we input a detailed description of our invention – in this case, a double-walled cannula made from nanomaterial, preventing adhesions and ensuring high sterility. INTERGATOR then searches for relevant patents, treating each concept as a separate filtering element and expanding them with semantically similar terms. This flexibility, coupled with additional filtering options like patent status, enables precise and comprehensive novelty searches. Utilizing the integrated patent preview, we can meticulously examine and efficiently evaluate search results.
INTERGATOR Patent Search Opposition Research
INTERGATOR Patent Search offers a user-friendly assistant for opposition searches that guides users through the process in four steps. We start by entering the patent number DE102012214867, which the system validates and enriches with initial information. Next, we select relevant keywords, which are expanded with semantically similar terms to intensify the search. Additionally, we can specify the applicant of the patent to target documents submitted by the same applicant. In the final step, we define the technology domain, with INTERGATOR providing suitable suggestions. All inputs are encapsulated as individual elements that can be flexibly adjusted. This structured approach ensures a precise and comprehensive opposition search.