In 2013, TrademarkVision unveiled the world’s first visual search engine for global IP clearance and infringement searches for image trademarks (logos). Utilizing advanced machine learning and image recognition technologies in combination with a database of 20 million trademarks and training data from numerous law firms and IP offices, the AI engine was an innovation to look out for. Organizations, leveraging the TrademarkVision’s platform and its database, could shift from complicated text-based keyword searches to seamless image-based searching and comparison of trademarks and more to protect their brands and safeguard themselves from brand infringement cases globally.
TrademarkVision was founded to build computer vision and AI technology that would enable a computer to analyze and compare brand images and protect their visual identity
Since its inception, TrademarkVision’s visual search engine has become instrumental in brand protection strategies of numerous private and government organizations. The company’s partnership with several Intellectual Property Offices, including the EUIPO, Chile and Australia, has brought the solution to the general public and meant TrademarkVision’s search engine seamlessly powers thousands of trademark and design searches around the world every day.
Such partnerships have been more than mere success stories for TrademarkVision; acting as rich sources of extra data. These associations have assisted TrademarkVision to greatly strengthen its system’s AI and hence develop more innovative solutions in trademark and design searching, brand licensing, and anti-counterfeiting. Riding on such innovations, the firm aims to enhance its lead as the ideal AI provider in global brand and IP protection for all, from a sole IP owner to the largest of enterprises.