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Tuesday, 7 November 2017

13.35 hrs
Europatis services
Laurent Michel, Europatis

13.40 hrs
Access your IP know how and collaborate
Elif Levin and Peter Parzinger, Continux GmbH

13.45 hrs
Patents automatic topic discovery
Edith Nuss, Nextérité

13.50 hrs
Strategic IP analysis with the Patent Asset Index
Anna Maria Villa and Joel Willers, PatentSight GmbH

13.55 hrs
What's new in Derwent Innovation
Benno Jensen, Clarivate Analytics

14.00 hrs
Patent status information
Adam Wylie, Patently

14.05 hrs
KIPRIS and KIPRISPlus - New features and IP products
Kyung-hyub Kwon, Korea Institute of Patent Information

14.10 hrs
octimine: Using AI for the future of patent search!
Michael Natterer, octimine technologies GmbH

14.15 hrs
Minesoft product review
Rahman Hyatt, Minesoft

14.20 hrs
Google Patents
Ian Wetherbee, Google

14.25 hrs
IET Inspec - upcoming developments
Richard Simms, Institution of Engineering and Technology IET

Inspec has long been respected as the most authoritative resource for pinpointing important literature across the fields of physics, electronics, computing and engineering. Join the IET for a short introduction to some of the developments that continue to make Inspec the index of choice for over 95% of the world's top engineering departments.

14.30 hrs
Innovative solutions for research and IP-workflow
Johannes Herbert, Infoapps

Learn how to save time and money with the innovative software solutions of infoapps. Whether you are a patent or R&D manager, a  patent attorney or a professional researcher, infoapps supplies you with the right tools to optimise your workflow.

14.35 hrs
What's new with ProQuest Dialog?
Michael Rai, ProQuest Corporate Markets

14-40 hrs
Infotel and intellectual property
Sylvain Thuly, Infotel

14.45  hrs
TotalPatent One
Mike Hudelson, LexisNexis IP Solutions

14.50 hrs
Legal status - check litigation information
Mihnea Hanganu, Darts-ip

14.55 hrs
PatSeer product updates
Manish Sinha, Gridlogics Technologies 

Wednesday, 8 November, 09.00 - 10.00 hrs

09.00 hrs
Semantic patent networks
Klaus Heumann, Biomax Informatics AG

09.05 hrs
Critical new way of working: Patent information in an era of digitalisation and information overflow.
Mårten Persson, IamIP Sverige AB

09.10 hrs
Creating IP Reports Using BizInt Smart Charts
John Willmore BizInt Solutions Inc.

09.15 hrs
Questel – new features and content
Felix Coxwell, Questel SAS

09.20 hrs
Artificial intelligence for patent information
John Tinsley, Iconic Translation Machines

09.25 hrs
Artificial intelligence for patent search
Hannes Toivanen, Teqmine Analytics Ltd

09.30 hrs
New IP data collections
Gert Frackenpohl, Lighthouse IP  

09.35 hrs
Machine learning for patent classification made easy
Kornél Markó, Averbis GmbH

09.40 hrs
Getting past the limits of language analysis by analysing, scoring and ranking 150 million citations
Gavan Farley & Mike Lloyd, Ambercite

09.45 hrs

09.50 hrs
What's new in CLAIMS Direct
Janice Stevenson, EVP Client Relations, IFI CLAIMS Patent Services

New data available in 2017 and what's coming soon

09.55 hrs
STNext - a new gateway to the world's premier solution for scientific, technical and IP research
Ralph Remme, FIZ Karlsruhe / STN International

Built on the classic STN foundation, STNext delivers the comfort and  confidence of classic STN in a new, browser-based solution. STNext provides an intuitive interface and contextual assistance to make STN easier to use for newcomers as well as occasional users while making sure STN searching for experts becomes more efficient. This product review will highlight the benefits of STNext that is tailored to STN's unique value-add content, the CAS, Derwent and INPADOC databases, as well as to its comprehensive portfolio of patent full-text and STM databases.