FRAND Licensing of SEPs in the age of connected cars

Christoph Moeller

Christoph Moeller
26 Oct 2019

Cars are developing more and more into computerized mobile platforms. They relieve the driver of many tasks and provide enhanced functionality and.

Inventive AI: can machines innovate?

Richard Johnson

Richard Johnson
07 Oct 2019

The integration of technology based on artificial intelligence into our everyday lives continues apace, in fields such as self-driving vehicles, speech.

Intermodality: the future of transport?

Christoph Moeller

Christoph Moeller
13 Sep 2019

Search the term 'intermodality' and you'll turn up a number of definitions and some fine distinctions (when does intermodality become multi modality,.

When AI met EQ

Richard Johnson

Richard Johnson
06 Sep 2019

Affective computing may be a multi-billion -dollar business, but much of how it works remains obscure.

Printing with graphene: exploring the inks set to unleash graphene's potential for mass-market applications

Richard Howe

Richard Howe
30 Aug 2019

Graphene has been widely heralded as a game-changer in the research and development of new materials, with potential applications in electronics,.

Fast times at TBRe: the future of autonomous vehicles

Simon Parry

Simon Parry
20 Aug 2019

In Forward magazine edition 2, we met up with Team Bath Racing Electric (TBRe) who are driving the future of autonomous vehicles.

Team Bath Racing Electric - zooming through 2019

Simon Parry

Simon Parry
19 Aug 2019

Each year, over 100 university engineering teams from around the globe travel to Silverstone, England to compete in Formula Student United Kingdom.

Patentable subject matter in bioinformatics - USPTO’s January 2019 guidance

Camille Terfve

Camille Terfve
15 Aug 2019

In this article, Paul Liu and Ashley Barton from Duane Morris LLP provided some interesting thoughts about ways to obtain US patents in the field of.

Data and security issues in a world of connected cars

Christoph Moeller

Christoph Moeller
26 Jun 2019

Mobility patterns are changing and technological innovations in electrification, connectivity and autonomy are driving this change. The automobiles of.

Tips from the top: inspiring women in technology

Anna Mudge

Anna Mudge
19 Jun 2019

You may be surprised to hear that only 17% of those working in Technology in the UK are female. With this figure in mind, it’s important that others.

The journey of rLoop - a new technology innovation network disrupting the world of transport and IP

Graeme Moore

Graeme Moore
29 May 2019

As a child growing up in Blackburn, near Manchester, UK, Ilyas Vali dreamed of owning a dog. He wanted a German shepherd, but in his community keeping.

A single to Singapore please: the rise in on-demand bus services

Christoph Moeller

Christoph Moeller
24 May 2019

Discussion about future mobility tends to focus on the strategies of the major car manufacturers and the tech giants. But some of the most interesting.

The road to autonomous

Christoph Moeller

Christoph Moeller
28 Mar 2019

In a recent article published in Intellectual Property Magazine, Christoph Moeller explores the data issues surrounding future mobility. 

Bioinformatics Inventions: Patenting challenges at the interface of computer and life sciences

Frances Salisbury

Frances Salisbury
27 Feb 2019

We are entering an age of precision medicine, with patients receiving tailored treatments, selected and sometimes even specifically designed for their.

How to patent AI technology at the EPO

Emma Graham

Emma Graham
26 Feb 2019

Once only a figment of the imagination in literature such as Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, artificial intelligence, commonly known as AI, is now.

Self-driving vehicles: what do consumers think (and want)?

Christoph Moeller

Christoph Moeller
25 Feb 2019

As a survey of 25,000 consumers in 20 countries, and a study that has been conducted annually over the past ten years, the Deloitte Global Automotive.

Autonomous driving: the IP twists and turns

Christoph Moeller

Christoph Moeller
28 Jan 2019

Autonomous driving (AD) is on everyone’s lips when it comes to the next big thing in the automotive industry, especially as it is nowadays regularly.

Autonomous vehicles - the race to innovate

Christoph Moeller

Christoph Moeller
22 Jan 2019

The future of the automotive sector will be fundamentally different from its past. Electric vehicles (EVs) are disrupting the rule of the internal.

Blockchain: the next patent boom

Graeme Moore

Graeme Moore
13 Dec 2018

Emma Graham and Graeme Moore recently attended the EPO’s “Patenting Blockchain” conference in The Hague – purportedly the world’s first conference of.