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Proximity searching has arrived!

We are pleased to announce the launch of proximity operators for searching in Relecura. In a traditional sense, a proximity operator based search would mean searching for keywords that appear within a certain distance from each other. The search strategies may sometimes require multiple combinations of the keywords using several Boolean and Proximity operators. This can often render the query complex.

Relecura Mobile App – Simple, quick and yet comprehensive

Imagine you are in a cab, on your way to a meeting. You have done your research on the topic to be discussed. However, it strikes you at the last minute that you should study the patent portfolio of the client you are meeting. Using the Relecura mobile app...

Relecura goes mobile

We are excited to release the mobile version of Relecura today. We believe this release to be a small step towards better supporting our customers and a broader IP community. Mobile devices are becoming an integral part of everyone’s life and a...

Lost in citations?

A patent has few or many backward citations, either cited by the applicant or the patent examiner. As forward citations emerge over a period of...

Spin a web of family members

Technology usually advances with incremental improvements, and analyzing patent filings can be a good way to understand this. Find out how you can plot patent family members on a map, to easily comprehend their connections as well as the evolution of that technology for specific or related patent filings.

The concept of Concepts

Patents describing the same core invention are sometimes filed in different application areas using varying terminologies. Hence, a generic keyword search does not always suffice...

Comparative Topic Maps in Relecura

One constant thread in our efforts as we develop Relecura, is to incorporate appropriate technologies into the platform that help you go beyond mere keyword...