Gridlogics Releases New PatSeer Updates

Gridlogics has launched a new release of PatSeer, its patent search and analysis software, offering functionality and user interface enhancements. The new features include a new syntax operator, additional search field codes and custom tables. Read on for a more detailed report. Continue reading

Thomson Innovation Releases New Update

Patent research services provider Thomson Innovation released a new update for its platform on June 28 2015, that includes enhancements to its database and new functionality. More on the update after the break. Continue reading

PatSeer Releases New Updates

PatSeer has launched a new set of updates as a part of its June, 2015 release, introducing new content update, searching enhancements and display enhancements. The update includes new hybrid search engine enhancements, new search, filtering and analysis fields and a redesigned patent drawings board. Read on for a detailed report.

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Inspec Updates: New Coverage, Cited References, and New Platforms!

[tweetmeme source=”Intellogist” only_single=false]We’ve already looked at the highlights of the updated PatBase and Compendex Intellogist Reports, and now the Inspec Intellogist Report has been fully updated!  Inspec is a non-patent literature database produced by the  Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), and it covers more than 12 million records in the areas of physics, electronics, computing, mechanical engineering, and business.  Inspec began as the Science Abstracts Journals, a print publication, in 1898, and began to include and index other sources from 1968 up until the present.  Currently, Inspec is available through a number of search platforms, including Dialog, STN, Engineering Village, Inspec Direct, etc.

So how has Inspec changed during 2011?  The database has had a busy year, with a new “cited references” field, new coverage, and powerful new search platforms.  After the jump, learn what’s new with Inspec!

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Last day to enter the Patent Law in Palm Springs Sweepstakes! and What’s up with Intellogist: September edition

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Before I begin this Intellogist Update post, I want to make sure all our readers know that today is the LAST DAY to enter our partner PRG’s fabulous Patent Law in Palm Springs Sweepstakes! One (1) lucky winner of the Sweepstakes will be invited to join our sponsor, Patent Resources Group, at the October 2010 Advanced Courses program in Palm Springs, California for a free one-, two-, or three-day course of their choice, including a four-night stay during the program at the world famous Renaissance Esmeralda! The Renaissance Esmeralda was featured in Condé Nast Traveler’s Gold List of “World’s Best Places to Stay” and was listed as one of Travel + Leisure’s “500 Greatest Hotels in the World.” This prize package is valued at $3,000 USD and includes PRG course and hotel only. Airfare, meals, entertainment and other miscellaneous expenses are not included.

Entering the sweepstakes is easy. There are four ways to enter, which gives you a total of four possible entries. If you’ve only entered one way, you’re missing out! Try out these options:

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