State Of The Art
Designed to provide up-to-date information about progress in a specific technical field, a State-of-the-Art Search is the broadest and most general of all the prior art searches. It is essentially a survey that takes a broad, sweeping look at everything that has been done in each art. A State-of-the-Art search is performed according to the client’s requirement by analyzing prior arts relevant to that technical field which may include patent/non-patent literature.
Reason and Use
This kind of search can cover patents worldwide or from a particular topographical region, contingent upon intrigue. These searches are wide however not as wide as a scene consider, which often touches a lot of surfaces yet at times goes top to bottom. In a State-of-the-Art search, we adequately limit the surface range to be canvassed and go top to bottom to answer some inquiries postured by business, R&D, or lawful groups concerning a particular innovation. The search is led utilizing an all-round search string in a paid patent database to capture the patent outcomes. The said search strings are then made in various blends and can be joined with CPC/IPC/ECLA/US classes to bring up more relavent results. The outcomes are dissected in two stages to waitlist significant patents from non-applicable patents that may have come up while searching excessively expensive.
The report contains an excel file that has a list of relevant patents and Non-Patent Literature classified into High-Medium-Low as per relavency to help business, lawyers and R&D groups in finding solutions to their inquiries.