iCueView is a patent tool or a web-based dashboard, developed by iCuerious, for making patent read convenient and interesting. iCueView enables a user to conveniently read a patent in view of drawings on a single and split interface in such a fashion that the text of the patent is presented on left half of the interface and the drawings are presented on right half of the interface.User Guide
iCueView enables a user to search and review U.S. Patents/Applications and WO Patent Applications. A user may first select “US” or “WO”, and then input the corresponding patent/application number. Alternatively, a patent/application number without kind codes and with respective country code can be searched directly.
It’s simple, it’s free. Just click on REGISTER, and fill in your details. Once you’re registered, use the same credential for login. There are a few functionalities (such as preserving the edits for later use) that are workable only if you’re registered and logged-in to iCueView.
iCueBook is a proprietary knowledge database of patent search terms and their intelligent variations made after years of extensive experience in prior art searching. iCueBook gives intelligent suggestions of keyword variations specifically in link with patent terminology, and thus helps us to conduct comprehensive searches in shorter period of time.
CueChart is a web-based claim charting tool facilitating AUTOMATIC retrieval of Line, Column, and Page Number corresponding to relevant text of a prior art.User Guide
A user can assign colors by selecting and right clicking on the relevant text. A user can choose colors (C) from a color pallet, bold the text (B), underline the text (U), or deselect everything by clicking on cross (X).
iCueMap is a proprietary patent tool, developed by iCuerious Research Services LLP, for automatically generating patent family maps. iCueMap groups patent families based on the priority information extracted from INPADOC.
After a few seconds, an interactive patent family map corresponding to the patent publication number will be displayed.
The patent family nodes highlighted in green color corresponds to granted patents, whereas the patent family nodes highlighted in blue color corresponds to an application number. The patent family nodes highlighted in green and red color corresponds to U.S. granted patents.