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  • Patent early warning is based on the perspective of crisis management, through the collection, sorting, analysis and judgment of patent information (including non-patent information) in the technical field, and forecasting of major patent affairs that may occur and the degree of harm they may cause.
  • Enterprise patent early warning refers to the collection, sorting and analysis of patents and non-patent literature information, domestic and foreign market information and other information related to the company’s main products and technologies to deal with major patent infringement disputes that may occur and possible issues. The degree of harm sends an alert to the decision-making level of the enterprise.
  • Enterprise patent early warning is based on the analysis of patent intelligence, systematically evaluates the information contained in important patent indicators, so as to determine the infringement risk that the enterprise may or will face, and make targeted real-time monitoring, predictive alarms and corresponding policies. .
  • Patent early warning analysis is mainly divided into national patent early warning analysis, industry patent early warning analysis and enterprise patent early warning analysis.
Benefits of patent early warning analysis

Enhance market competitiveness
Enhancing enterprises’ awareness of patent risk management and taking proactive measures to enable enterprises to win the initiative in market competition and better meet the challenges in the field of patent technology is the need for enterprises to respond to economic globalization, participate in international market competition, and improve market competitiveness .

Avoid risk
By conducting patent early warning analysis, companies can better avoid patent infringement risks, clarify the direction of research and development, and save the company's research and development time and expenses.

Improve intellectual property management
Enterprises conduct patent early warning analysis, improve their awareness of patent risk management, improve corporate intellectual property management mechanisms, and achieve real-time tracking of relevant policies, regulations and key patent information

Develop the basis of patent strategy
Early-warning analysis of enterprise patents is the need for enterprises to formulate patent strategies. Patent early warning analysis facilitates qualitative and quantitative analysis of patent strategy elements such as technology development trends, applicant status, and patent protection areas, so that companies have a comprehensive understanding of various development trends and competitive situations in the industry, which is more comprehensive and effective. Use patents to develop strategies.
Zhongyi Patent Early Warning Analysis Service Content
  • 1Decompose the technology of the product, confirm the technical plan of the product, and determine the technical points to be retrieved
  • 2Search for each required search technology: (1) Search strategy formulation: selection of search elements, keywords and classification numbers; (2) Introduction to the search process: specific search formulas and corresponding results, output comparison files are omitted
  • 3Reading, sorting and specific analysis based on search content: high-risk infringement patent screening
  • 4Infringement comparison analysis: Infringement comparison analysis between the product technology and the retrieved comparative documents
  • 5The search results of each required search technology will be summarized and a product patent infringement risk investigation report will be formed
  • 6Propose corresponding evasion design suggestions for risky patents, such as retrieving a defenseable prior art, and presenting defense prior art documents
How to establish a patent emergency and early warning mechanism in line with China's national conditions
  • The establishment of patent emergency and early warning mechanisms for enterprises should be based on complete patent information resources, experienced professional technical personnel and legal personnel. At present, it is unrealistic for Chinese enterprises, especially some small and medium-sized enterprises with insufficient human and information resources, to establish a complete patent emergency and early warning agency. The effective solution is to centralize the use of patent information resources and human resources, establish national, provincial, autonomous region, and municipal patent emergency and early warning agencies, and these agencies provide consulting services for domestic enterprises. In addition, the government should formulate relevant regulations to encourage and attract patent intermediaries to enter enterprises, and help enterprises improve patent emergency response and early warning capabilities.