IoT Smart Home, Connected Car, Health Patents Data Use Cases

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2016 TechIPm, LLC All Rights Reserved http://www.techipm.com/ IoT Smart Home, Connected Car, Health Patents Data Use Cases IoT Smart Home Patents Data 2Q 2016 IoT Smart Home Patents Data 2Q 2016 is a custom research of TechIPm, LLC (www.techipm.com) based on the analysis of the published patent applications and issued patents in the USPTO regarding the IoT (Internet of Things) smart home. Methodology 1. Search for the IoT smart home related patents. Search the USPTO database for the IoT smart home related published patent applications and issued patent as of 2Q 2016 2. Review the searched patents for the key IoT smart home patents. Categorize the identified patents by the key smart home application systems Energy/Utility Management System, Home Automation System, Home Security System, Lighting System, Safety Monitoring System Categorize the identified patents by the key smart home technology innovation 2016 TechIPm, LLC All Rights Reserved http://www.techipm.com/ Control Automation, Energy Management Automation, Hazard Detecting, Home Care, Intelligent Lighting, Security Automation, Utility Management Automation Categorize the identified patents by the key connected health value chain player Consumer Electronics Manufacture, ICT Solution, Automation, Internet/Computer, Telecom Operator, Telecom OEM, Home Appliances, Media Production, Energy Management, Patent Monitization Entity, Security System, R&D (including university, individual inventor), Healthcare Solution, Medical Device Manufacturer, Auto Parts Manufacturer Categorize the identified patents by key smart home technology innovation status Incremental innovations of the current market products/services Innovations of the potential new market products/services: AI (Machine Learning), Audio Analytics, Augmented Reality, Autonomous IoT, Cloud/Big Data, Home-Car Convergence, Emotion-Aware IoT, Home Care, Robots, Self-Aware IoT, UX, Video Analytics Deliverables MS excel file for current assignee, patent number (hyperlinked to Google Patent), title, application systems category, value chain player category, technology innovation category, technology innovation status category 2016 TechIPm, LLC All Rights Reserved http://www.techipm.com/ Innovation Status Patent information can provide insights regarding the state of the art of the IoT (Internet of Things) innovations. As shown in the figure, the key smart home innovation players are Google (including Nest Labs), Samsung Electronics, Ecofactor, Honeywell, Allure Energy, LG Electronics, General Electric, Echostar Technologies, Apple, and Qualcomm. Google (Nest Labs) 17% Samsung Electronics 10% Honeywell 7% Ecofactor 6% Allure Energy 5% LG Electronics 4% General Electric 4% Echostar Technologies 3% ABL IP Holding LLC 3% Apple 3% Qualcomm 3% Whirlpool 2% Philips 2% Panasonic 2% Others 29% Smart Home Patent Landscape USPTO 2Q 2016 2016 TechIPm, LLC All Rights Reserved http://www.techipm.com/ Innovation Opportunity Patent information can provide insights regarding the state of the art of the IoT (Internet of Things) innovations. Thus, one can identify the potential innovation R&D areas (white space) that can lead to new IoT products/services development through the patent analysis. As can be seen in the figure, the home control automation technology is clouded by significant number of patent applications owned by many market leaders such as Samsung Electronics, LG Electronics and Echostar Technologies. The home energy management technology is also clouded by a large number of patent applications owned by several key market leaders such as Google (Nest Labs), Ecofactor, and Honeywell. 2016 TechIPm, LLC All Rights Reserved http://www.techipm.com/ 0102030405060ABB RESEARCH LTDAdvanergy, Inc.Alarmforce IndustriesAppleAudio Analytic LTDBest DigitalColor KineticsCree, Inc.EcofactorETRIFibar GroupGeneral ElectricHomeexperienceIcontrol NetworksIntuitive Building ControlsKAISTKonkuk UniversityLG ElectronicsMichael KlicperaNetstreams LLCOraclePanasonicPorto Vinci Ltd.Prodea SystemsSamsung ElectronicsSmart Home Innovation White Space USPTO 2Q 2016 Control Automation Energy Management Automation Hazard DetectingHome Care Intelligent Lighting Security AutomationUtility Management Automation 2016 TechIPm, LLC All Rights Reserved http://www.techipm.com/ Value Chain Patent information can provide insights regarding the state of the art of the IoT innovations of the value chain players. Following figure shows the patent landscape of the IoT smart home value chain players. As can be seen in the figure, the traditional value chain players Consumer Electronics Manufacture and Home & Industrial Automation have the IPR governance in the IoT smart home value chain. Some of the non- traditional value chain players such as ICT Solution Providers (e.g., Microsoft) and Telecom Operators (e.g., Verizon) also have a large number of patents for the IoT smart home. 2016 TechIPm, LLC All Rights Reserved http://www.techipm.com/ CE Manufacture 50% ICT Solution 11% Automation 9% Telcom Operator 7% Energy Management 6% R&D 6% PME 4% Semiconductor 3% Security System 2% Telecom OEM 1% Auto Parts Manufacturer 1% Healthcare Solution 1% MD Manufacture 1% Internet/Computer 0% Home Appliances 0% Media Production 0% Other 3% Smart Home Value Chain Patents USPTO 2Q 2016 2016 TechIPm, LLC All Rights Reserved http://www.techipm.com/ Patent Dispute Risk Patents owned by commercially unsuccessful companies can be the potential patent dispute risk Patents owned by new market players from different industries can be the potential patent dispute risk Patents owned by patent monetizing entities can be the potential patent dispute risk Patents owned by companies that exploited their patents for litigation can be the potential patent dispute risk Following figure shows the potential patent dispute risk of the IoT smart home applications. Patents owned by commercially unsuccessful companies 11% Patents owned by companies that exploited their patents for litigation 8% Patents owned by new market players 1% Patents owned by patent monetizing entities 4% No Risk Patents 76% Smart Home Patent Dispute Risk USPTO 2Q 2016 2016 TechIPm, LLC All Rights Reserved http://www.techipm.com/ IoT Connected Car Patents Data 2Q 2016 IoT Connected Car Patents Data 2Q 2016 is a custom research of TechIPm, LLC (www.techipm.com) based on the analysis of the published patent applications and issued patents in the USPTO regarding the IoT (Internet of Things) connected car. Methodology 1. Search for the IoT connected car related patents. Search the USPTO database for the IoT connected car related published patent applications and issued patent as of 2Q 2016 2. Review the searched patents for the key IoT connected car patents. Categorize the identified patents by the key connected car technology/application Accident Avoidance, Control Automation, Driving Automation, Information Sharing, Location Finding, Maintenance/Diagnostic/Alert, Map/Route Information, Network Security, Traffic Control, V2X (V2V, V2I using DSRC, LTE) Categorize the identified patents by the key connected car product/service ADAS, Autonomous Driving System, Cloud Service, Infotainment System, ITS, 2016 TechIPm, LLC All Rights Reserved http://www.techipm.com/ Navigation System, Parking Assist System, Telematics, Vehicular Communication System, Driver Status/Health Monitoring Categorize the identified patents by the key connected car value chain player Auto Manufacturer (OEM), Auto Parts Manufacturer, CE Manufacturer, ICT Solution, ICT Service, Insurance, Internet/Computer, PME (Patent Monetization Entity), R&D (including university), Semiconductor, Telecom Operator, Telecom OEM, Agricultural Equipment Manufacture Deliverables MS excel file for current assignee, patent number (hyperlinked to Google Patent), title, technology/application category, product/service category, value chain player category 2016 TechIPm, LLC All Rights Reserved http://www.techipm.com/ Innovation Status Patent information can provide insights regarding the state of the art of the IoT (Internet of Things) innovations. As shown in the figure, the key connected car innovation players (excluding patent monetization entities such as American Vehicular Sciences) are GM, Continental, Flextronics, Toyota, Nissan, Hyundai (including Hyundai Mobis), Siemens, Honda, Cisco, Ford, and Ericsson (including Telcodia). GM 11% Continental 6% AutoConnect Holdings (Flextronics AP) 5% American Vehicular Sciences 5% Honda 4% Toyota 4% Hyundai (Hyundai Mobis) 4% Ford 3% Nissan 3% Zetta Research and Development Cisco 2% HTI IP LLC 2% Siemens 3% Ericsson (Telcodia) 2% Others 43% Connected Car Patent Landscape USPTO 2Q 2016 2016 TechIPm, LLC All Rights Reserved http://www.techipm.com/ Innovation Opportunity Patent information can provide insights regarding the state of the art of the IoT (Internet of Things) innovations. Thus, one can identify the potential innovation R&D areas (white space) that can lead to new IoT products/services development through the patent analysis. Following figure shows the patent landscape of the IoT connected car applications. As can be seen in the figure, the connected car V2X (e.g., V2V, V2I communication using DSRC or LTE) technology is clouded by significant number of patent applications owned by many market leaders such as Continental, GM, and Cisco. The connected car accident avoidance technology is also clouded by a large number of patent applications owned by several key market leaders such as Toyota, Nissan, and Honda. 2016 TechIPm, LLC All Rights Reserved http://www.techipm.com/ 051015202530Abdualrahman Abdullah Al KandarAlex ThomasAppleBMWCellco PartnershipCOMMISSARIAT A L'ENERGIEDigio2 InternationalFaroog IbrahimFTASTH HOLDINGSGoogleHondaIBMIntellectual VenturesKNUMadhusoodhan RamanujamMavizon, LLCNCUNXPPOWER INTERNATIONALSanjay BhardwajSiemensSungkyunkwan UniversityToyotaUniversity Of Electronic ScienceVerizonVolvoConnected Car Innovation White Space USPTO 2Q 2016 Accident Avoidance Control Automation Driver Status/Health MonitoringDriving Automation Information Sharing Location FindingMaintenance/Diagnostic/Alert Map/Route Information Network SecurityTraffic Control V2X 2016 TechIPm, LLC All Rights Reserved http://www.techipm.com/ Value Chain Patent information can provide insights regarding the state of the art of the IoT innovations of the value chain players. Following figure shows the patent landscape of the IoT connected car value chain players. Following figure shows the patent landscape of the IoT connected car value chain players. As can be seen in the figure, the traditional value chain players Automotive Manufacture (OEMs) and Automotive Parts Manufactures have the IPR governance in the IoT connected car value chain. Some of the non- traditional value chain players such as ICT Solution Providers and Telecom OEMs (e.g., Cisco) also have a large number of patents for the IoT connected car. 2016 TechIPm, LLC All Rights Reserved http://www.techipm.com/ Auto Manufacturer (OEM) 31% Auto Parts Manufacturer 19% PME 14% ICT Service 12% R&D 11% Telecom OEM 4% CE Manufacturer 2% Insurance 2% Semiconductor 2% Internet/Computer 2% Telcom Operator 1% Agricultural Equipment Manufacture 0% Healthcare Solution 0% MD Manufacturer 0% Other 3% Connected Car Value Chain Patents USPTO 2Q 2016 2016 TechIPm, LLC All Rights Reserved http://www.techipm.com/ Patent Dispute Risk Patents owned by commercially unsuccessful companies can be the potential patent dispute risk Patents owned by new market players from different industries can be the potential patent dispute risk Patents owned by patent monetizing entities can be the potential patent dispute risk Patents owned by companies that exploited their patents for litigation can be the potential patent dispute risk Following figure shows the potential patent dispute risk of the IoT connected car applications. Patents owned by companies that exploited their patents for litigation 7% Patents owned by new market players 2% Patents owned by patent monetizing entities 14% No Risk Patents 77% Connected Car Patent Dispute Risk USPTO 2Q 2016 2016 TechIPm, LLC All Rights Reserved http://www.techipm.com/ IoT Connected Health Patents Data 2Q 2016 IoT Connected Health Patents Data 2Q 2016 is a custom research of TechIPm, LLC (www.techipm.com) based on the analysis of the published patent applications and issued patents in the USPTO regarding the IoT (Internet of Things) connected health. Methodology 1. Search for the IoT connected health related patents. Search the USPTO database for the IoT connected health related published patent applications and issued patent as of 2Q 2016 2. Review the searched patents for the key IoT connected health patents. Categorize the identified patents by the key connected health application system Clinical Health Management System, Fitness/Workout Management System, Health ICT System, Home Healthcare System, Medication Management System, Personal Health Management System, Physical Activity Monitoring System, Physiological Monitoring System, Sleep Monitoring System, Smart Cloth/Footwear, Telemedicine System 2016 TechIPm, LLC All Rights Reserved http://www.techipm.com/ Categorize the identified patents by the key connected health value chain player Consumer Electronics Manufacture, Consulting Service, Financial Service, Healthcare Service, Healthcare Solution, ICT Solution, Medical/Health Device Manufacture, Patent Monitization Entity, R&D (including university, individual inventor), Semiconductor Device Manufacture, Sports Goods/Equipment Manufacturer Categorize the identified patents by the key connected health technology innovation Activity Monitoring Automation, Healthcare Information System, Healthcare Network System, Intelligent Medical Diagnosis/Treatment, Personal Health Management, Personalized Medicine, Physiological Information Sensing, Remote Health Monitoring Deliverables MS excel file for current assignee, patent number (hyperlinked to Google Patent), title, application system category, value chain player category, technology innovation category 2016 TechIPm, LLC All Rights Reserved http://www.techipm.com/ Innovation Status Patent information can provide insights regarding the state of the art of the IoT (Internet of Things) innovations. As shown in the figure, the key connected health innovation players (excluding patent monetization entities such as Empire IP) are Nike, Fitbit, Health Hero Network, Adidas, Philips, Apple, Medapps, Medtronics, Samsung Electronics, Hello Inc., Cardiac Pacemakers, Garmin Switzrand, and DexCom. Innovation Opportunity Nike 13% Fitbit 12% Health Hero Network 11% Adidas 7% Empire IP 3% Philips 3% Apple 3% BlackRock Advisors (Jawbone) 3% Medapps, Inc. 2% Samsung Electronics 2% Medtronics 2% Brian M. Dugan 1% Valencell 1% Hello Inc. 1% Cardiac Pacemakers 1% Garmin Switzrand 1% DexCom 1% Icon Health & Fitness 1% Others 32% Connected Health Patent Landscape USPTO 2Q 2016 2016 TechIPm, LLC All Rights Reserved http://www.techipm.com/ Patent information can provide insights regarding the state of the art of the IoT (Internet of Things) innovations. Thus, one can identify the potential innovation R&D areas (white space) that can lead to new IoT products/services development through the patent analysis. Following figure shows the patent landscape of the IoT connected health applications. As can be seen in the figure, the activity monitoring automation technology is clouded by a large number of patent applications owned by several key market leaders such as Nike, Fitbit, and Adidas. The personal health management technology is also clouded by a large number of patent applications owned by several key market leaders such as Jawbone, Fitbit, Hello Inc., and Samsung Electronics. 2016 TechIPm, LLC All Rights Reserved http://www.techipm.com/ 050100150Abhishek BiswasAnalog DevicesBiomedical SystemsConfidant HawaiiDiabetes Sentry ProductsElwha LLCFitbugGolf Impact LLCHalo WearablesHill-Rom Services, Inc.Impect Sports TechnologyIntel-Ge Care InnovationsIPCommKersh Risk ManagementMeasurement Ltd.MSA TechnologyPersonal Data NetworkRajendra Padma SadhuShenzhen Good FamilySonyTrizetto CorporationValencellWilliam Ray LynchConnected Health Innovation White Space USPTO 2Q 2016 2016 TechIPm, LLC Activity Monitoring Automation Healthcare Information SystemHealthcare Network System Intelligent Medical Diagnosis/TreatmentPersonal Health Management Personalized MedicinePhysiological Information Sensing Remote Health Monitoring 2016 TechIPm, LLC All Rights Reserved http://www.techipm.com/ Value Chain Patent information can provide insights regarding the state of the art of the IoT innovations of the value chain players. Following figure shows the patent landscape of the IoT connected health value chain players. Following figure shows the patent landscape of the IoT connected health value chain players. As can be seen in the figure, the traditional value chain players Sports Goods/Equipment Manufacturer, Healthcare Solution, and Medical Device Manufacture have the IPR governance in the IoT connected health value chain. Some of the non- traditional value chain players such as Consumer Electronics Manufacture and ICT Solution Providers also have a large number of patents for the IoT connected health. 2016 TechIPm, LLC All Rights Reserved http://www.techipm.com/ Sports Goods/Equipment Manufacturer 23% Healthcare Solution 22% CE Manufacture 20% MD Manufacture 12% R&D 8% PME 6% ICT Solution 3% Financial Service 3% Healthcare Service 2% Semiconductor 1% Telecom Operator 0% Internet/Computer 0% Consulting Service 0% Other 3% Connected Health Value Chain Patents USPTO 2Q 2016 2016 TechIPm, LLC All Rights Reserved http://www.techipm.com/ Patent Dispute Risk Patents owned by commercially unsuccessful companies can be the potential patent dispute risk Patents owned by new market players from different industries can be the potential patent dispute risk Patents owned by patent monetizing entities can be the potential patent dispute risk Patents owned by companies that exploited their patents for litigation can be the potential patent dispute risk Following figure shows the potential patent dispute risk of the IoT connected health applications. Patents owned by companies that exploited their patents for litigation 36% Patents owned by patent monetizing entities 7% No Risk Patents 57% Connected Health Patent Dispute Risk USPTO 2Q 2016 2016 TechIPm, LLC All Rights Reserved http://www.techipm.com/ For more information, please contact Alex G. Lee at alexglee@techipm.com