Patentability of Computer Implemented Simulations

A recent decision from the Enlarged Board related to European patent application 03793825.5, published as international application WO 2004/023347, entitled “Simulation of the movement of an autonomous entity through an environment”. The invention relates in particular to the modelling and the simulation of movements of a pedestrian in an environment. The simulation of an individualContinue reading “Patentability of Computer Implemented Simulations”

What is Patent White Space?

Patent White Space is a term used to describe possible new patentable subject matter not yet claimed by another company. It is an important process in R&D, especially for advanced long term scoping. By identifying this White Space, your company could dominate a new emerging technology. Although many ways exist to carry out White SpaceContinue reading “What is Patent White Space?”

Happy International Women’s Day

The first person who gave me a chance in the patent profession was Claire Baldock of Boult Wade Tennant and I will always be thankful for Clare taking a chance with me. Other great female patent professionals include Jane Lambert, Nina White (also of Boult Wade Tennant) and Julia D’Arcy of Harrison IP. All highlyContinue reading “Happy International Women’s Day”