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Patent classes

Collection: COR&DIP : World Top R&D Investors Intellectual Property 

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Additional patent related information. IPC and WIPO 35 technological classifications.

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Peter.FAKO (at) ec.europa.eu

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European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC) (2017): Patent classes. European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC) [Dataset] PID: http://data.europa.eu/89h/05ea2b44-a2e2-4a64-bd1a-48fa4736ceb3

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Publication
World Top R&D Investors: Industrial Property Strategies in the Digital Economy
Daiko, T., Dernis, H., Dosso, M., Gkotsis, P., Squicciarini, M. and Vezzani, A., World Top RandD Investors: Industrial Property Strategies in the Digital Economy, EUR 28656 EN, Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg, 2017, ISBN 978-92-79-69700-5 (print),978-92-79-69699-2 (pdf), doi:10.2760/861062 (print),10.2760/837796 (online), JRC107015.
  • Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
  • Abstract

    The speed, scale and scope of the digital transformation and the widespread use of digital technologies in most aspects of our daily lives are changing the way we work, innovate, produce, interact and live. Knowledge flows almost instantaneously and digitalised information can be infinitely replicated, making the exploitation of knowledge a key factor for competitiveness. At the same time, changes at the local level may have global implications and innovation ecosystems become more and more global. These dynamics challenge policy making, and call for understanding the drivers of change, detecting trends in a timely fashion, and acting in a coordinated manner. The internet of things, digital manufacturing and 3D printing, industry 4.0 and big data are all components and drivers of the digital transformation, but the ways in which this new technological revolution will transform industries, countries and societies remain difficult to fully anticipate. As we become increasingly aware of the opportunities and the challenges of the digital economy, we also need to better understand how these technologies are forged and to identify the key players in such changes. The original data and statistics on the innovation output of the world's top corporate R&D investors presented in this report and its focus on digital technologies represent an important step towards this direction. It results from a long-term collaboration between the European Commission's Joint Research Centre and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, and their joint efforts to provide up-to-date comparable data and state-of-the-art indicators and analysis. This report is directed at a number of stakeholders, including policy makers, industry representatives, practitioners and the scientific community. By exploiting information on patents, trademarks and designs, this work sheds light on the top R&D investors worldwide in the digital economy, their innovative and creative activities and their branding strategies. It is accompanied by a publicly available database that can be used for further analysis in support of evidence-based policy making.

Additional information

Published by
European Commission, Joint Research Centre
Created date
2019-10-16
Modified date
2022-03-04
Issued date
2017-09-25
Data theme(s)
Economy and finance, Science and technology
Update frequency
biennial
Identifier
http://data.europa.eu/89h/05ea2b44-a2e2-4a64-bd1a-48fa4736ceb3
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