We mainly focus on technical subjects in mechanics, electronics and telecommunication.
In mechanics we work for example in mechanical engineering, micromechanics, hydraulics and manufacturing engineering.
In electronics we are primarily concerned with semiconductors, analog and digital circuits, communication circuitry, control engineering and computer technology.
Additionally we labour on subjects of computer science, for instance protocols, transmission techniques, distributed systems, concurrent processes or mathematical planning methods.
One of our specialties consists in working out the technical aspects of an invention during procedure up to grant, such as to avoid its application to get rejected on the grounds of lack of technical nature like being a "program for computers", a "mathematical method" or a "method for doing business".
We constantly follow the most recent decisions of the german patent court as well as the boards of appeal and the enlarged board of appeal of the European Patent Office (EPO). We additionally perform periodic interchanging sessions with colleagues over the complete spectrum of intellectual property protection.
We enjoy combining this expertise when working with patents on integrative technologies where highly developed mechanics is refined or made possible by means of intelligent control. This concerns for example some aspects of engine building or medical applications.