Unlocking Innovation and Protection
A technology patent is a legal document issued by a government agency that grants the owner the right to exclude others from making, using, selling, importing, or offering for sale the claimed invention for a limited period, typically 20 years. It’s essentially a form of intellectual property (IP) protection that encourages inventors to disclose their ideas and invest in innovation.
Benefits of Technology Patents
Exclusivity: Patents grant inventors a monopoly on their invention, allowing them to control its commercialization and potentially generate revenue through licensing or sales. This incentivizes research and development (R&D) and fosters innovation.
Competitive Advantage: Patents can create a competitive edge by allowing inventors to protect their technology from being copied by others. This can lead to increased market share, higher profits, and attract investors.
Attracting Investment: Patents can be used to attract investment for further development and commercialization of the technology. Investors often view patents as a sign of a promising invention with potential for success.
Commercialization & Technology Transfer: Patents can facilitate commercialization by encouraging the formation of partnerships and licensing agreements between inventors and businesses. This can lead to the widespread adoption and use of new technology.
Reputation & Credibility: Owning a patent can enhance the reputation and credibility of an inventor or company, demonstrating their expertise and commitment to innovation.
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An Improved Solar Grid Hybrid Subsystem With IoT Based Power BackUp System
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What is Design patent and what are the benefits
A design patent is a type of intellectual property (IP) protection that gives the patent holder the exclusive right to use the design of an article for a period of 10 years. In India, design patents are governed by the Designs Act, 2000.
To be eligible for a design patent, the design must be new and original. It must also be applicable to an article of manufacture. The article of manufacture can be a product, a part of a product, or a combination of products.
The benefits of obtaining a design patent in India include:
- The exclusive right to use the design for a period of 10 years.
- The ability to prevent others from making, using, selling, or importing products that infringe the design.
- The ability to use the design patent as a marketing tool to show that the product is innovative and unique.
- The process of obtaining a design patent in India is relatively straightforward. The first step is to file a design patent application with the Indian Patent Office. The application must include a drawing of the design and a description of the design.
The Indian Patent Office will then examine the application to determine if it meets the requirements for a design patent. If the application is approved, the design patent will be granted. The design patent will be published in the Indian Patent Journal.
The benefits of obtaining a design patent in India can be significant. If you have a unique and innovative design for a product, a design patent can help you protect your investment and prevent others from copying your design.
Here are some additional details about design patents in India:
- The design must be new and original. This means that it must not have been published or used anywhere in the world before the date of the application.
- The design must be applicable to an article of manufacture. This means that it must be a design for a physical object that can be manufactured.
- The design patent will give you the exclusive right to use the design in India for a period of 10 years.
You can file a design patent application at any of the four patent offices in India: Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, or Kolkata.
- The Indian Patent Office will examine your application to determine if it meets the requirements for a design patent.
- If your application is approved, you will be granted a design patent.
- Your design patent will be published in the Indian Patent Journal.
At Su-vastika we already have got 20 design patents with us for our various product range like Inverter/UPS/Solar inverter/Industrial UPS/Lift/Lithium battery packs/lift UPS/ESS etc. We continuously filing our design patents