Alexandria, Va. (April 20, 2009) – Landon IP, Inc., the global leader in professional patent searching and analysis, has launched Intellogist, a free online tool that provides the intellectual property (IP) community with a revolutionary resource for finding objective information about patent searching tools and sharing best practices.
Available today at http://www.intellogist.com, this website provides many resources for information scientists at companies and law firms, including:
- Objective assessments of over 30 patent and non-patent search and analytics systems
- Side-by-side comparisons of key features of patent search systems
- Community-based best practices articles on patent searching tools and techniques
- Tool for identifying and linking to prior art resources by technical discipline
- Maps for finding patent search system coverage by country or viewing geographic coverage provided by each patent search system
- Tables showing data coverage provided by each system
- Discussion Forum for posting and answering search-related questions
Intellogist’s capabilities will be invaluable to anyone involved in patent searching, whether they are identifying a system to use for a specific search or deciding what systems to purchase for their firm or company. Users may include information scientists, researchers, and patent searchers at law firms, corporations, law schools, university technology transfer centers, search firm companies, and government agencies, as well as students.
“We developed Intellogist by leveraging the patent searching expertise of our seasoned team,” says Landon IP CEO David Hunt. “We are very excited to make this game-changing resource available to the global IP community.”
Julie Cook, Product Manager, adds, “We will continue to expand and update the content and coverage offered by Intellogist. We encourage and welcome the input and participation of our users in this community-based tool.”
Interested users can go to http://www.intellogist.com to get free, immediate access to all of the currently available content.
Read an update on activity at the Intellogist website here: https://landonip.wordpress.com/2009/04/30/043009-patent-searching-community-quickly-embraces-intellogist/