IP Australia launches IP Data Platform
IP Australia has announced the beta launch of its new Intellectual Property Data Platform, a cloud-based analytics platform containing all significant public Australian IP data.
The platform will be designed to help researchers and policymakers better make decisions and glean economic and policy insights based around IP rights, trade and innovation.
The platform currently contains all the Australian IP data that is available through the IP Government Open Data and IP Longitudinal Research Data databases, as well as international data on patents and trademarks.
The newest addition is the recently released TM-Link dataset, which contains extensive trademark data from Australia, Canada, the European Union, New Zealand, the UK and the US.
Researchers can use the platform to compare data within and across these data collections and add additional data in order to generate deeper economic insights and help improve data-driven decisions.
During the beta launch stage, researchers, economists and analysts will be able to participate in a free trial of the platform.
IP Australia has pledged to continue adding data to the platform over the coming months, while generating new reports that highlight insights and help make data more accessible for target users. The agency is targeting introducing a general release version of the platform by the end of the year.
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