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Internet of Things (IoT) and Connected Cars - Patent Landscape Highlighting Technology Laws

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Internet of Things (IoT) and Connected Cars - Patent Landscape Highlighting Technology Laws

Smartphone patent litigations across the world gained traction during early years of influx of path-breaking devices, including the likes of Apple iPhone and Samsung series (S, Note, Galaxy etc.). Most of such lawsuits seem to have settled by now excluding a few that are still ongoing but the battlefront of patents in mobile technology has now shifted to a new sector, i.e. in-car technology facilitating connected cars via digital dashboards that represents one of the hottest categories among Internet of Things (IoT).

Going by technology trends, future of tech innovations strongly depends upon the Internet of Things, commonly referred to as IoT, which facilitates communication between everyday objects via Internet. Such communication is amplified and brought to consumer utility by the powerful smartphones, tablets and wearable devices.

Patent Strategy – IoT and Connected Cars
Companies working in technology sectors such as IoT and Connected Cars, which are capable of disrupting the industry, need to have a well-formulated patent strategy in place to tackle the associated challenges. First and foremost, it is crucial to analyse appropriate Freedom To-Operate (FTO) by reviewing scope of existing patents with a view to obtain product clearance and to avoid patent infringement. Secondly, validity of in-house patents has to be ascertained along with patentability analysis of in-house innovations. Lastly, a strong and enforceable patent strategy can be formulated if global patent landscape studies are conducted as innovations in the field of IoT and Connected Cars are spanned across multiple jurisdictions.

Smartphone patent litigations across the world gained traction during early years of influx of path-breaking devices, including the likes of Apple iPhone and Samsung series (S, Note, Galaxy etc.). Most of such lawsuits seem to have settled by now excluding a few that are still ongoing but the battlefront of patents in mobile technology has now shifted to a new sector, i.e. in-car technology facilitating connected cars via digital dashboards that represents one of the hottest categories among Internet of Things (IoT).

Going by technology trends, future of tech innovations strongly depends upon the Internet of Things, commonly referred to as IoT, which facilitates communication between everyday objects via Internet. Such communication is amplified and brought to consumer utility by the powerful smartphones, tablets and wearable devices.

Patent Strategy – IoT and Connected Cars
Companies working in technology sectors such as IoT and Connected Cars, which are capable of disrupting the industry, need to have a well-formulated patent strategy in place to tackle the associated challenges. First and foremost, it is crucial to analyse appropriate Freedom To-Operate (FTO) by reviewing scope of existing patents with a view to obtain product clearance and to avoid patent infringement. Secondly, validity of in-house patents has to be ascertained along with patentability analysis of in-house innovations. Lastly, a strong and enforceable patent strategy can be formulated if global patent landscape studies are conducted as innovations in the field of IoT and Connected Cars are spanned across multiple jurisdictions.

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Internet of Things (IoT) and Connected Cars - Patent Landscape Highlighting Technology Laws

  1. 1. Internet of Things (IoT) Patents, Technology & Legal Landscape
  2. 2. IoT – Communication between everyday objects via Internet Image Source
  3. 3. IoT – Essential Technology Elements Embedded Sensors Software Admin Interface Electronic Objects Wireless Internet Connection Security Algorithms Operating Platforms Data Protocols
  4. 4. IoT Patents – Important Considerations IoT includes multiple aspects Software & Business Methods Not Patentable Technical Features Involving Hardware are Patentable Hardware: Computer, Smartphones, Wearable Devices, Electronic Objects
  5. 5. IoT Patents – SEP and FRAND SEP Standard Essential Patents Cover Core Technology FRAND Fair, Reasonable Non- Discriminatory License Terms IoT Implementation Requires Standard Technology
  6. 6. IoT – Patent Classifications Hardware Infrastructure – Sensors, Power Management Computing – Encryption, Algorithm, Memory Management Application Interface Networking – Wired / Wireless
  7. 7. IoT Technology Example – BLE Bluetooth Low Energy Wireless Technology Ultra-low Power Consumption Low Cost Enhanced Range Multivendor Inter- operability Allows enhancement of devices like watches, toothbrushes, toys etc.
  8. 8. IoT Technology Example – BLE Patents Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) Patents Master Devices Access Points Mobile Devices Low Power Elements Networking Modules Electronic Devices (Appliances)
  9. 9. IoT Technology Example – BLE Patents Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) Patents Major Players Samsung Broadcom Blackberry Qualcomm Google AT&T Sony Apple ZTE Nokia
  10. 10. Connected Cars – Digital Dashboards Image Source
  11. 11. Emerging Battleground after Smartphone Patent War Connected Car – Mobile Technology Patents Image Source
  12. 12. Connected Car Patents – Major Players Car Manufacturers (Ford, GM, VW, BMW) Equipment Manufacturers (Bosch, Denso) Electronics & Software Companies – Tech Innovators (Apple, Google, Panasonic, Motorola)
  13. 13. Connected Car – Technology Areas In-Car Navigation: GPS Telematics: Wireless communication In-Car Entertainment: Digital Media Commerce Functions: Search, Advertising, Payments
  14. 14. IoT – Connected Car Technology Patent Strategy FTO: Analyze freedom to-operate by mapping scope of relevant patents to avoid patent infringement Validity: Ascertain Validity / Patentability of in-house Patents / Innovations Patent Landscape: Global Strategy
  15. 15. Questions? Visit www.techlaw.attorney

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