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After the smartphone revolution the next step change in global connectivity is undoubtedly going to be the proliferation of the Internet of Things (IoT). Machine to machine connections which bring everything from simple household appliances to cars and industrial machinery online, will markedly increase the number of connected devices worldwide. Gatrner, for instance, predicts that by 2020...
Last week I was at the European Patent Office in The Hague to make a presentation at the annual two-day, DG1 management meeting. This is a get-together of all directors and managers in the office’s operations directorate-general, the one that is responsible for dealing with examinations and oppositions. For the first time, this year a group of outside speakers was invited to attend.
Just a handful of delegate places are still available for IAM’s unique one day event focusing on the ways in which the EU unitary patent and Unified Patent Court (UPC) will affect the IP strategies of US companies that operate in Europe, and how they should prepare for the new regime. Taking place on 18th February at the Golden Gate Club in San Francisco, Inside Europe’s New...
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