A patent landscape is a detailed study and analysis of patents that relate to a particular field.

Logicapt reports are a one-stop solution that can address multiple research and business issues these reports that help you get an overview of a particular technology domain its evolution, identify patent holdings and strengths of various companies and provide details on latest trends and specific developments in the industry. The analysis and insights from the report can be used as inputs to guide your R&D and IP strategy.

A detailed and systematic landscape analysis helps you in
 Detailed research insights
 Patent Classification
 White-space analysis
 Prior solutions
 Evolution Tree
 Identifying competitors
 business strategies
 policy decisions
 product development
 strategic research planning
 technology transfer

Patent landscaping is generally performed on behalf of businesses that are looking to develop new products in a particular area. The information provided by the patent landscape is used to help companies to develop their business plans and research and development strategies. A patent landscape can help companies to minimize research risks by focusing on research areas that are crowded and can help companies identify areas for future growth.
Patent landscape reports are intended to give a snapshot or overview of the patents in a specific subject area or covering a type of technology. Generally taking two to three weeks to complete, a landscape report can cover hundreds or even thousands of patent families. They can be used to visualize and discover existing white-space in relevant areas, gain actionable competitive intelligence by understanding the current landscape, predict where your market is heading and spot trends in areas of interest to aid investment.

A patent landscape report will generally contain information about whether your competitors are patenting in the same business or research areas as your company. A patent landscape analysis that includes different steps from understanding, background study, taxonomy preparation, search strategies, analysis, noise reduction, quality checking and detailed representation with market insights. Here is a sample representation of basic taxonomy for a memory card that includes different parameters to evaluate such as file system, manufacturing technique, a semiconducting material, processing technique, read/write speed, size and thereof.


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