Case Study: Researching patents and non-patent literature to support a release of a wearable and non-invasive sensor to measure and remotely log cortisol levels.
Do you develop a product from scratch, license or buy a technology, or design around a competitor’s product? Intellectual property (IP) research is invaluable in deciding which option to pursue. With the right tools, you will be able to develop that next revenue-driving product to keep the company moving forward.
In this case study, we are performing an in-depth new product investigation on the design and development direction of a non-invasive, stress sensor commercial product. Stress can have lifelong consequences. Even early in life, stress has been associated with psychopathology and chronic health problems. This case study focuses on the technology behind monitoring stress hormone cortisol with a wearable medical biomarker sensor and whether or not one should develop, license, or acquire this product.
View the Cortisol Sensor Product Development Research – Develop, License, or Acquire? slideshow, by Joe Jesson, Chief Executive Officer, RFSigint, Inc. and IEEE Princeton, NJ Life Chair, to learn how to perform critical IP research to decide which option to pursue.