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5G Patentstudie 2020

5G Patentstudie 2020

Die vorliegende Studie untersucht die Patentsituation für den 5G-Standard. Die Studie wurde im Auftrag des Bundesministeriums für Wirtschaft und Energie von der Technischen Universität Berlin sowie der IPlytics GmbH erstellt. Telekommunikationsstandards werden oft...

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The future of 5G patent licensing

The future of 5G patent licensing

As the application of 5G will differ from industry to industry, 5G licensing mechanisms will need to be more flexible. SEP owners will have to strike a balance between offering different pricing structures for different use cases and providing mechanisms that avoid...

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Who is the technology leader for cyber security?

Who is the technology leader for cyber security?

The development of the World Wide Web and of Industry 4.0 have enabled and will continue to enable major productivity gains and new business opportunities. Further productivity and the emergence of new businesses will be accelerated by the emergence of AI applications...

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Who is leading the 5G patent race?

Who is leading the 5G patent race?

Analysis on declared standard essential patents, 3GPP contributions and attendance data. The long-term vision is that 5G will lead to the invention of thousands of new products, technologies and services, increase productivity and allow for new industries to emerge. A...

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Patent Trends in Truck Platooning

Patent Trends in Truck Platooning

The Internet of Things (IoT) has taken the world by storm over the last decade. There has been a paradigm shift towards automation and adoption of control systems through the use of intelligent technology. This has been made possible due to affordable computing, which...

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The patent race for fuel cell vehicles

The patent race for fuel cell vehicles

The automotive industry seems to agree that e-mobility is the future. For example, Volkswagen has announced that it plans to stop developing new combustion engine cars by 2026. The question seems to no longer be whether e-mobility will take over but rather, how will...

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