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Using a Technology Landscape to Leap Above and Beyond Your Competitors

A technology landscape could help you take drastic steps that catapult you above and beyond your competitors. And it’s easy to obtain one, too. IPVision is only one of several firms that can show you the landscape surrounding your current intellectual property.

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What to Do After You Get a Technology Landscape

In the innovation consulting world, a technology landscape is like the “It Girl” of the year. Companies all over the world offer technology landscapes as a product—something you pay money for once and receive only that. And, like that weird thing you bought “as seen on TV,” it doesn’t always come with instructions.

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3 Huge Benefits of Monitoring Competitors’ Intellectual Property

If you could get a preview into what your biggest competitor was planning, wouldn’t you take that opportunity? Too many companies either have no idea they can see everything their competitors are patenting or they don’t realize how helpful that information can be.

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Your Biggest Innovation Questions: Answered

Have you hit a wall when it comes to innovation? Maybe you’ve created products that you counted on to help you regain your share of the market, only to watch them fall flat with buyers. Or maybe, just maybe, you’re at the top of your game and just want to know how you can keep holding on.

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Written by Joe Khurana

Copycat IP? Walmart Applies for Floating Drone Delivery System Patent

If that headline made you look twice, we don’t blame you. Walmart patenting a drone delivery system? And not only that, a drone delivery system that floats in the air like a big blimp? We’ve heard this story before, but it was Amazon telling the tale.

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Written by Joe Khurana

Personal Health Management Is Rapidly Changing the Patent Landscape

Technology has changed everything, including how people manage their own health. With the rise of wearable tech, artificial intelligence, and telemedicine, the answers they need are available on any device they happen to be carrying. Apps, websites, and AI assistants have changed the healthcare landscape.

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Written by Joe Khurana

Could Patent Landscape Analysis Improve VMWare’s Outlook?

No one would ever say that VMWare is struggling. Though purchased twice since its inception—first by EMC and then again by Dell when all of EMC was acquired—the company has always been considered a separate entity and has performed as such. And with billions of dollars in revenue even now, VMWare is still a major player in virtualization.

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Technology Landscapes: Corporate Venture Group and Deal Scouting

This is the fourth in a series of articles about technology landscapes, or patent landscapes.  In the first post “Why I Hate the Phrase ‘Technology Landscape’,” we explain that the phrase “technology landscape” means different things to different people in different contexts. In the second article “Technology Landscapes and Patent Monetization” we discuss how a technology landscape is only the starting point towards making business decisions regarding patent monetization (making money on your patents). The third article investigated the use of a technology landscape to support a corporate growth strategy for an emerging company.

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Technology Landscapes: Emerging Company Growth Strategy

This is the third in a series of posts about Technology Landscapes aka Patent Landscapes. In the first post "Why I Hate the Phrase ‘Technology Landscape,”  I note that the phrase “technology landscape” can mean have different meanings for different people, depending on the context. In the second article, “Technology Landscapes and Patent Monetization,” I assert that a technology landscape is only the starting point towards making business decisions regarding Patent Monetization (making money on your patents).

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Technology Landscapes and Patent Monetization


This is the second in a series of posts about technology landscapes, also called patent landscapes. In the first post, Why I Hate the Phrase "Technology Landscape,” I point out that the phrase “technology landscape” is used to describe everything from a $1,000 offshore basic patent search to a $200k high-end consulting engagement with strategy consulting firms or a law firm billing by the hour. 

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