For those of you looking to visit an exotic, and easy to travel to location to hear the latest on patent information tools, the recently announced Information Tools for IP & Intelligence meeting may be just the event for you.
The Information Tools for IP & Intelligence meeting will be held in Singapore on March 26-27, and is billed as being a “Showcase and Conference”. The showcase element comes from the six meeting sponsors, who will talk about their patent, and IP products in the context of benefits to patent professionals. The “conference” element comes from a panel of international speakers who will talk on various aspects of patents, tools and intelligence.
The meeting is sponsored by a strong list of companies well known in the patent and IP area:
Among some of the many talks during the two-day program the organizers would like to note the following:
Srividhya Easwaran – Philips Intellectual Property and Standards, India
The Challenges of IP Intelligence: from “Data” to “Wisdom”
Nils Newman – Search Technology, USA
Patent Analysis and Visualisation: Today’s Challenges and Opportunities
Gregory Blokkeel: PSA Peugeot-Citroën, Research, Innovation and Advanced Technologies Division, Innovation Cell@Singapore and Mathieu Bécue: Executive Manager, VIA INNO – Research Unit in Theoritical & Applied Economics -UMR CNRS 5113 – University of Bordeaux, France
Using Competitive Intelligence Tools for an Efficient Open Innovation Policy. Examples from the Automotive Industry
Doris Spielthenner – Ambercite, Australia
Patent Analysis: Analysing Areas of Technology Focus. Ranking Patents and Portfolios
Deepak Syal – Director, GreyB Services, Singapore and Mahesh Maan – Research Analyst, GreyB Research, India
Combining Un-Related Entities inside Patents to Derive Business Insights
Véronique Mesguich – ADBS, France
Big Data: A new Paradigm for Intellectual Property
Eric Deleglise – Questel, France
Intellectual Property: Its Importance, its Value, the Complexity of the Issues Involved: Maximising Profit
Simon Dewulf – Aulive, Australia
Patent Mining for Automated Innovation Research, Problem Solving and Technology Transfer
These are some examples from among the twenty talks scheduled at the Novotel at Clarke Quay in Singapore. The full program is available via the link at www.infonortics.com/singa. The meeting sponsors will also be exhibiting at the venue.
The meeting is the brainchild of Anne Girard and Harry Collier of Infonortics, a specialist British company that has been organizing focused and highly successful information meetings for the past 25 years.