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Innovation rarely happens in a vacuum, and a concentration of competitors innovating in the same area can lead to patent infringement, even if inadvertent. Patent litigation and freedom to operate assessments can be made or broken over just one piece of prior art.
Our new product AmberScope has a remarkable ability to find potential prior art patents that may have been overlooked by the patent examination process, using a search method very different from normal analysis processes. AmberScope employs sophisticated algorithms that harness direct and indirect citation data to predict possible patent infringement as a starting point for detailed legal analysis.
NPA can also provide a very sophisticated approach to uncovering potential prior art in complex legal matters.
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.