CENTREDOC patent and licensing data on CRISPR have been used by worldwide Fortune 500 companies, biotech ventures, patent law firms, public organizations, and research institutes in Europe, America and Asia since the first launch of a worldwide CRISPR patent landscape of 90 patent families in 2014 (previously at IPStudies). In the past eight years, our experts have built a unique knowledge of the CRISPR technology patenting by monthly collecting, scientific analyzing and categorizing a total of 13100+ patent families and 310+ licensing agreements (source: August 2022 monthly update).
RIH, “Watchmaking Inventions Review”, provides monthly reports on the new patents in the fields of mechanical watchmaking and electronic watchmaking, as well as related branches such as exteriors or electronic components.
RIH Asia specifically covers Chinese, Korean and Japanese watchmaking publications. This monthly patent monitoring perfectly complements RIH, for anyone wishing to keep abreast of the latest technological developments in the Asian watchmaking industry.
The Watchmaking Design monitoring bulletin keeps track of publications of designs and models in 14 countries: International (WIPO), Europe (EUIPO), Benelux, Germany, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Switzerland, United States, Canada, China, South Korea, Japan and Russia.
3Dpat is a patent monitoring service enabling you to keep abreast of technological developments, the players and applications in the field of 3D printing. It covers 52 countries, 17 technical categories and applications, and 19 specific companies.
Watch Industry Int’l News Digest is a weekly monitoring bulletin presenting the highlights from the world of watchmaking. The electronic version is accompanied by a paper version, issued monthly, recapping the most important information from the past month.
For several years now, some players in the world of electronics and watchmaking have been adding “smart” functionalities to their watches. The aim of this development is to place objects worn on the wrist at the heart of the connected world by allowing the user not only to collect data but also to interact with the rest of his digital ecosystem directly from his watch or bracelet (collect, access, exchange or process information).
Thanks to your RIH access (Revue des Inventions Horlogères) you benefit from an electronic access to watch patents from the period 2001 to today. In order to better serve the watchmaking community, the CENTREDOC strategic and technological information data cooperative has begun a project to enhance the value of its watchmaking patent files with the aim of gradually going back to 1820.
Silicon Valley Tech Insight (SVTI) delivers news and updates on disruptive technologies in the areas of Wearable (covering devices, hardware, and software), the World of Apps, Industrial IoT, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain and Mixed Reality. SVTI keeps your finger on the pulse of the latest technologies that are gaining traction in our fast-changing world.
Smartwatches and wearable technologies relay strongly on their capacity to spare and/or gather energy. Thus, solar cells product integration is attracting an increasing interest amongst industry players. CENTREDOC Solar Watches Patent Landscape study gives you the unique opportunity to get an instant global view of the patent activity related to this topic.
The RIH monitoring service, provided by CENTREDOC since its creation, provides a snapshot of the technical and strategic trends of the watchmaking industry players, through observing the patent applications. However, this does not provide an overview, which only the perspective of an annual statistical study can offer. On the strength of this observation, the CENTREDOC team would like to suggest the 2017 Edition of Watchmaking Patents Statistics study by RIH.
The RIH monitoring service, provided by CENTREDOC since its creation, provides a snapshot of the technical and strategic trends of the watchmaking industry players, through observing the patent applications. However, this does not provide an overview, which only the perspective of an annual statistical study can offer. On the strength of this observation, the CENTREDOC team would like to suggest the 2016 Watchmaking Patents Statistics study by RIH.