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Ambercite can provide specialist consulting services that will lead to the production of one or more NPA™ patent landscape maps, and supporting data in spreadsheet form. Ambercite and its Australian partner Griffith Hack will work closely with you to understand your business needs, and propose a project plan that will meet these needs. Once the project plan is confirmed, Ambercite or Griffith Hack will continue to work with you through the life of the project to fine tune the output, and to suggest improvements.
Each project process starts with a meeting (either in person, webinar or teleconference) to determine your objectives. After this a formal proposal is prepared for your review, which include the recommended steps to meet your objectives. Once the scope and details of the project are confirmed by the client, the project formally commences. Each project then typically takes about two weeks after this stage (although the actual time to deliver a project can depend on the specific details of the project, and ambercite staff commitments).
Figure 1: Example of NPA™ patent landscape map (titles have been generalised to preserve commercially confidential information).
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.