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Applying the power of networks to patent searching
Since we founded Ambercite in 2011, we have had worldwide interest and customers for the innovative patent landscaping technique Network Patent Analysis (NPA). In the process of further developing NPA, we started to ask the question: “can NPA principles be applied to assist patent searching?”
This led us to develop the patent searching tool AmberScope, which is shown in the video above. Early tests have shown that AmberScope can have a remarkable effect to find relevant patents in a fast and effective manner.
And now the beta version of AmberScope is ready for you to try. Simple visit our related website AmberScope.com or sign up to a free beta trial here. Check out all of the helpful information in the AmberScope menu above, including early user feedback, or watch the demonstration video shown above. But get in quick - because the full functionality of AmberScope will only be available at no cost in this beta trial for a limited time, as the beta trial will end with the next major upgrade of AmberScope.
"We would like to mention how great we think the Amberscope search tool performs. We had the opportunity to test it now already for a case we are working on and it performs brilliantly." - Dr. Patrick Daum, M.Sc., B.Sc, European Patent Attorney, Germany
Be among the first in the world to try what could be the future of patent searching.
Ambercite and its products including Network Patent Analysis (NPA) and AmberScope analyse patent data using a statistical based approach that is based on available patent citation and ownership data. These outputs are purely mathematical in nature, and do not take into account the personal or professional opinions of any individuals or associates of Ambercite. These outputs are intended to be used as tool to help support further analysis, and should not be used by itself and without professional advice on the relevancy of this data to your unique circumstances. Data should not be relied upon to prove without any further analysis any opinion of the value, patentability, validity, freedom to operate or infringement of any patent, patents or inventions. Users should also be aware that available patent citation data is imperfect, and this will affect the results of this analysis. © Patent Analytics Holding Pty Ltd. Ambercite™, Network Patent Analysis™, NPA™ and Next Generation Patent mapping™ are trade marks of Patent Analytics Holding Pty Ltd. Components of the processes used to perform Network Patent Analysis and AmberScope are the subject of patent applications filed in the United States and elsewhere.