Fuel Cell Vehicles - Emerging IP Landscape

Profiling Patenting Activity of Top 10 Patent Holders

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The report provides a strategic overview of the recent patenting activity in the area of “Fuel Cell Vehicles” globally. The study analyzes patent filing trends across major patent offices globally during last ten years. It also provides in-depth patenting activity of OEMs/suppliers featured in top 10 patent holders list. Top 10 patent holders list includes Toyota, Honda, Nissan, General Motors, Hyundai, Panasonic Corporation, Daimler, Denso, Sumitomo Corporation and Ford. Further, technology-wise Segmentation was done using patent classification codes to showcase key technology focus areas of OEMs/suppliers profiled in the study.

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Executive SummaryResearch ScopeExecutive SummaryTechnology SnapshotFuel Cell Systems Types of Fuel Cell Systems and their characteristicsTechnology Snapshot: Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell (PEMFC)Battery Electric VehiclesFuel Cell Electric VehiclesFuel Cell Electric VehiclesFuel Cell Vehicles–Historical Timeline and Upcoming Launches TimelineFuel Cell Vehicles Launch: OEM ActivitiesFuel Cell Vehicles LaunchStrategic Alliances of OEMs for Fuel Cell Systems ResearchFuel Cell Vehicles–Patent Landscape Analysis Patent Search Scope and ConceptsFuel Cell Vehicles –Top 10 Patent Holders, Global, 2004–14Patent Publishing Trend, Global, 2004–13Patent Office-Wise Filings, Top 10 Offices, Global, 2004–14Patent Office-Wise Filings, Top 5 Offices, Global, 2004–14Technology-Wise Segmentation–Top 10 Patent Classification Codes (DWPI)Top 10 Cited Patents/Publications Based on Forward CitationsKey Findings–Patent Landscape Analysis, GlobalProfiling of Top 10 Patent Holders1. TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATIONPatent Publishing Trend, Global, 2004–13Patent Office-Wise Filings, Top 10 offices, 2004–14Patent Office-Wise Filings, Top 5 Offices, Global, 2004–14Top 10 Inventors, Global, 2004–14Technology-Wise Segmentation–Top 10 Patent Classification Codes (DWPI)Top 10 Cited Patents/Publications (Based on forward citations)2. HONDA MOTOR COMPANYPatent Publishing Trend, Global, 2004–13Patent Office-Wise Filings, Top 10 offices, 2004–14Patent Office-Wise Filings, Top 5 Offices, Global, 2004–14Top 10 Inventors, Global, 2004–14Technology-Wise Segmentation–Top 10 Patent Classification Codes (DWPI)Top 10 Cited Patents/Publications (Based on forward citations)3. NISSAN MOTOR COMPANYPatent Publishing Trend, Global, 2004–13Patent Office-Wise Filings, Top 10 offices, 2004–14Patent Office-Wise Filings, Top 5 Offices, Global, 2004–14Top 10 Inventors, Global, 2004–14Technology-Wise Segmentation–Top 10 Patent Classification Codes (DWPI)Top 10 Cited Patents/Publications (Based on forward citations)4. GENERAL MOTORS (GM)Patent Publishing Trend, Global, 2004–13Patent Office-Wise Filings, Top 10 offices, 2004–14Patent Office-Wise Filings, Top 5 Offices, Global, 2004–14Top 10 Inventors, Global, 2004–14Technology-Wise Segmentation–Top 10 Patent Classification Codes (DWPI)Top 10 Cited Patents/Publications (Based on forward citations)5. HYUNDAI MOTOR COMPANYPatent Publishing Trend, Global, 2004–13Patent Office-Wise Filings, Top 10 offices, 2004–14Patent Office-Wise Filings, Top 5 Offices, Global, 2004–14Top 10 Inventors, Global, 2004–14Technology-Wise Segmentation–Top 10 Patent Classification Codes (DWPI)Top 10 Cited Patents/Publications (Based on forward citations)6. PANASONIC CORPORATIONPatent Publishing Trend, 2004–13Patent Office-Wise Filings, Top 10 offices, 2004-14Patent Office-Wise Filings, Top 5 Offices, Global, 2004–14Top 10 Inventors, Global, 2004–14Technology-Wise Segmentation–Top 10 Patent Classification Codes (DWPI)7. DAIMLER GROUPPatent Publishing Trend, Global, 2004–13Patent Office-Wise Filings, Top 10 offices, 2004–14Patent Office-Wise Filings, Top 5 Offices, Global, 2004–14Technology-Wise Segmentation–Top 10 Patent Classification Codes (DWPI)8. DENSO CORPORATIONPatent Publishing Trend, 2004–13Patent Office-Wise Filings, Top 10 offices, 2004–14Patent Office-Wise Filings, Top 5 Offices, Global, 2004–14Top 10 Inventors, Global, 2004–14Technology-Wise Segmentation–Top 10 Patent Classification Codes (DWPI)9. SUMITOMO CORPORATIONPatent Publishing Trend, Global, 2004–13Patent Office-Wise Filings, Top 10 offices, 2004–14Patent Office-Wise Filings, Top 5 Offices, Global, 2004–14Top 10 Inventors, Global, 2004–14Technology-Wise Segmentation–Top 10 Patent Classification Codes (DWPI)10. FORD MOTORSPatent Publishing Trend, Global, 2004–13Patent Office-Wise Filings, Top 10 offices, 2004–14Patent Office-Wise Filings, Top 5 Offices, Global, 2004–14Top 10 Inventors, Global, 2004–13Technology-Wise Segmentation–Top 10 Patent Classification Codes (DWPI)Recent DevelopmentsScandinaviaUnited KingdomGermanyJapanAppendixAcronymsLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryWho is Frost & SullivanWhat Makes Us UniqueTEAM MethodologyOur Global Footprint 40+ Offices




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