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A patent grants an inventor the right to use and make a product or process for twenty years before anyone else can make it. In order to get a patent, three tests must be passed: novelty, utility, and non-obviousness. Novelty is the most important test of all. If something is already known about your idea, then it can’t be patented. The prior art search is the method of finding existing knowledge or literature related to your invention. As soon as possible you should conduct a prior art search before writing a patent application. The sooner it’s done, the better off you’ll be.
It is generally a good idea to search for prior art before applying for a patent. This can help you to determine whether your invention is novel and non-obvious, and therefore eligible for patent protection. There are many online resources that can be used to search for prior art, including the USPTO website and Google Patents.
Why we do patent Search and its benefit?
The reason behind patent search is to retrieve information which is required to answer specific questions related to our invention. to be considered patentable, an invention must be new and useful. An invention that is not new is called “prior art” and can destroy your patent rights. The “prior art search” is the process of finding existing knowledge before you write your patent application. The sooner this search is done, the better off you’ll be.
- Patentability Search – Is a given invention (claimed in a patent application) patentable?
- Freedom to Operate Search – Do patent rights exist on which a given product risks infringing?
- Validity/Invalidity Search – Is a given patent valid?
- State of the Art Search -Which technologies exist in a given field of technology or Who is active in a given field of technology?
A search for patent applications is done to identify patents and non-patent literature. Before writing and filing a patent specification, it is always recommended to do a search first. This search is sometimes called a pre-application search.
What is Freedom-To-Operate Search (FTO)
A Freedom-To-Operate Search (FTO) is a type of clearance search that focuses on finding patents that could block commercialization of a product or service. Guide product design decisions. Identify patents that may need to be licensed as per the existing patent law.
State of the art Search
When it comes to search, it’s important to keep up with the latest and greatest technology. But what exactly does “state of the art” mean? State of the art refers to the highest level of development for a particular field or technology. In other words, it’s the best of the best.
So, how do you go about conducting a state-of-the-art search? This type of search is executed in order to determine existing solutions and potential competitors within a given technological field. The search includes not only patent documents, but also non-patent literature. This allows us to find the most relevant information for our needs. This ensures that you are getting the most comprehensive results possible.