Patent Prosecution Support

Prior art search is conducted to find out if any invention disclosure is already available in the public domain, before filing the patent. For an invention to be patented, the criteria of novelty and non-obviousness have to be met. A prior art search is undertaken to ascertain whether an invention is new and at the same time non-obvious.

SIP team has been able to find out the most relevant prior arts for the most complex inventions in the field of Semiconductors, Electronics, Electrical, IT, Computers, Mechanical, Automobiles and Robotics.

Some of the prosecution support services include: