Date : 10th of May 2016
Time : Starts at 3:00 pm Indian Time( UTC + 05 :30)
Collaborating to improve patent quality is one of the major game changers for the R&D in the corporate world. R&D collaboration has been widely endorsed as a new phenomenon and an effective means to increase economic returns from it. Without any doubt collaborative R&D will continue to augment the technological and economic well-being of the companies. Collaborative R&D can have positive payoffs, but it is not without risks. Competitive intelligence leads to such information on collaborative works between companies. It involves finding out the key players in the domain and the current market situation. To summarize collaboration search & competitive intelligence helps in Identifying individuals and organizations with which the R&D division can effectively collaborate. It also identifies and assesses the competition.
This webinar is focused on performing collaboration search and competitive intelligence through INTELLIXIR tool developed by Patent Analyst. INTELLIXIR is an web-based secure Analysis Software where you can analyse Patent & Scientific Articles, using Statistical and Text mining tools, enables to carry out technical monitoring such as innovation studies, collaborations search & competitive intelligence, state-of-the-art search, Indicators & dashboard.
Due to global warming initiative, many states in India started putting ban on plastic bags which causing high demand of Biodegradable Polymers. The current market of biodegradable polymer is still small but demand is growing at double digit rate. Biodegradable plastics are defined as plastics that undergo decomposition in a specified period of time under composting conditions in industrial facilities. The global biodegradable plastics market still is in infant stage with less than 1% of the market size. However, with frequent R&D efforts tailored by the key players, the market is growing rapidly. Mostly biodegradable polymer was of Polylactic acid (PLA) and starch-based polymers. Starch sources were corn, potatoes, cassava and sugar beets.
Through this webinar, we will take a case study of Biodegradable Polymers and will try to find out main & recent players and players of interest for collaboration.
- Global Statistics of R&D on Biodegradable Polymers using published Articles & Patent data
- How to identify main as well as new players in this field?
- How to identify players of interest?
- How to do Targeted players analysis?