Embracing technology has become an increasingly important factor for developing a successful IP strategy. Understanding the implications of collaborative innovation, implementing software into existing systems, and considerations around computer-implemented (CII) and artificial intelligence (AI) inventions, are fast evolving discussions within the IP narrative.
Ahead of the Energy IP Summit, we surveyed leading industry professionals to analyse how to best implement and improve digitalisation efforts across the Energy Industry, with a specific focus on the framework of IP.
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- Understand how to improve your IP protection for AI innovation in the energy sector
- Develop a broad understanding of the key areas for investment in the IP digital market
- An analyse of the greatest challenges facing the energy industry today with commentary on the most effective digital solutions that can be implemented to improve your IP strategy
At the 2019 Oil & Gas IP conference, Geetha Basappa, PhD, Senior Patent Engineer, Baker Hughes GE presented on 'IP Portfolio Lifecycle Management'.
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- Discover which key factors to consider as part of IP strategy
- Find tips on aligning IP & Product development processes
- Learn how to effectively manage the Patent Lifecycle
The drive to develop and protect intellectual property has become increasingly vital. Issues of commercialisation, technological and collaborative innovation, as well as patent infringement are rife within the industry, and overcoming these is crucial to ensure effective use of an IP portfolio. For the third year running, we have conducted a survey of IP professionals in the Oil & Gas industry, order to better understand the effect that the tumultuous energy environment has had on various organisations’ IP strategy.
Ahead of his participation in the Oil & Gas IP Summit 2019, we spoke to Michel De Puydt, Head of Law Department - IP and Technology at Total to discuss the challenges of protecting IP and patents as the industry evolves and the key considerations when looking to protect and manage complex IP portfolios.
This article will cover:
- Issues of commercialisation through technological and collaborative innovation
- How the move from engineering-centred to a focus on software and data has affected how companies approach IP
-The need to preserve, manage and effectively utilise existing patent portfolios
See who you could meet at the 5th Annual Oil & Gas IP Summit!