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Posted By: jonsnooping drones now that look like a hovering bird
Posted By: jonthis patenting lark
Posted By: JSHarrisThe best example is China, where the concept of IPR is seemingly unheard of, and everyone copies everything freely and sells it on the world market.
Posted By: HalcyonRichardHi, iI have been involved in patentable work. And one company has a patent on one of my designs. Ast this was not novel in my opinion they just did it to have a patent pending. I am currently involved with two companies one measures time(s) to nano second accuracy and does not patent anything - this is a good approach for them as "the knowledge" to do this with low power and with fast algorithms takes a lot of time to work out. The other company has patented designs - but they are infringed upon and after talking to them they are letting the patents lapse as it is costly to maintain them and incredibly costly to prosecute. They have decided the best route is to just do it and keep as much hidden as possible. By the time any rivals catch up they will be working on the next generation of product. I did look at other protection and found this:-http://www.trevorbaylisbrands.com/?gclid=CKzXi_fVqq0CFVBlfAod2F51lQ" rel="nofollow" >http://www.trevorbaylisbrands.com/?gclid=CKzXi_fVqq0CFVBlfAod2F51lQBasically they will advise and do a patent search for about £300. Trevor Baylis the inventor set it up.Good luck. This type of thing is exciting and jolly good fun.Richard
Posted By: JoinerIt's a bit like filing for patents on an anti-ballistic-missile defence system.
Posted By: JoinerNowadays, I don't hold my breath when someone says something is impossible
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