Stuttgart company IPR systems, a spin-off from the InTrCom GmbH, opens new dimensions in the evaluation of patents with a new system. The PatentEvaluator is a partially automated software quality and monetary assessment intellectual property rights, the patent – expertise, as well as 30 person years into development time. The IPR system would set new standards with an investment amounting to etched in this development: through the indicator-based procedures in the first stage of the review the rights to be assessed are evaluated lens and tamper-proof, as well as time-efficient and the corresponding ranking. In the second stage, an assessment event-related questions into other indicators is edited, with no impact on the monetary value can be taken. Dr. Dierk-Oliver Kiehne, Managing Director of InTrCom GmbH explains: with this development we succeeded, already in some evaluation projects, to pinpoint the value of intellectual property rights within a few minutes.
It is decisive for this, but also, that this system is based on the technology of pattern recognition with already traded patents. For this purpose, we have established a data bank with rights in the different fields of technology and can thus determine the actual market value of a patent or a patent family on the indicators and the analogy process 99%. Of course not necessarily is the price.” The evaluation of patents as a service offers except the PatentEvaluator the IPR system. In this context the IPR system has already successfully implemented several evaluation projects in unbeatably short time. For the company, this rating system is a revolution in the patent market.
It has consciously value on a user friendly and ergonomic usability, what makes the system highly efficient. Prof. Andreas Zagos, Managing Director of the IPR system promises: Of course we will continue to invest in the development of this system, because the valuation of intellectual property rights is in the increasing next years.
Whether computers, phones or large production machines, electrical appliances are indispensable in everyday work and need to work so flawlessly. Whether computers, phones and kettle or large production machines, the electric current is indispensable in everyday work. All electrical equipment and facilities must therefore always reliably work and may have no damage, which represent a danger for the user. The employer or contractor of a facility is responsible that all existing electrical systems and operating materials are properly installed, tested, and maintained according to the accident prevention regulations of GUV-V A3, as well as for the BG rule (BGV) A3. A merger of several electrical equipment forms an electrical system electrical installations and electrical equipment.
The main feature of electrical systems and operating equipment is the use of electric energy. This is distributed through the devices, transformed, consumed, taken and stored. Resources according to GUV-V A3 are also subject to protection and aid, the electrical safety requirements. Also telecommunications and information technology is one of the electrical equipment. The GUV-V A3 accident prevention regulation distinguishes between mobile and stationary electrical apparatus, as well as between stationary and non-stationary systems. More detailed information about the types of electrical equipment and installations the following further explains. Person – electrician enabled electro-technically instructed person electrical vocational training, expertise and experience in the field of electrical machinery and equipment are the most important prerequisites to empower a person carry out tests. The experience of the person should include Assembly, commissioning, maintenance and the use of electrical devices.
Also all relevant rules and regulations must be known so that potential hazards are identified can. All this knowledge is available, it is a competent person, more precisely to a qualified electrician. She is entitled to the testing of electrical equipment and installations. In practice, it is often to electricians, electrician or electrical engineers. In-house staff can be electrically instructed in training.