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1 KIPO’s Policies on IP Marketplace Choongjae Lee Intellectual Property Promotion Division KIPO (Korean Intellectual Property Office)

2 Contents 1.Overview of KIPO’s IP Policies 2. Background of IP Marketplace in Korea 3. KIPO’s Policies on IP Transfer and Commercialization 4. Future Plans of KIPO 2

3 Introduction of KIPO Management of patents, utility models, trademarks, and designs Affairs of Patent Examination & Trial, Creation, Use and Protection of IPRs Staff of about 1,500 4

4 Overview of KIPO’s IP Policies 4 IP Creation IP Protection IP Awareness IP Utilization

5 Overview of KIPO’s IP Policies IP Creation Providing infrastructure for ‘strong’ IP creation Making R&D effective through the systematic use of IP information IP Utilization IP Transfer IP Commercialization IP Protection Quality-focused examination Crackdown on the distribution of counterfeits Protection of trade secrets 5

6 KIPO’s budget for IP Policy of 2012 (Total 222 billion KRW) 6

7 KIPO’s Budget for IP Policy of 2012 (Total 222 billion KRW) Examination & Trial 44.1 (2010)  53.0 (2012) 20. 1% increase IP Creation 92.8 (2010)  96.9 (2012) 4.5% increase IP Utilization 8.1 (2011)  9.7 (2012) 19.8% increase IP Protection 10.6 (2011)  12.4 (2012) 16.5% increase Unit: Billion KRW 7

8 Structure of IP Marketplace 8 IP Marketplace Transfer Intermediaries IP EvaluationIP Finance IP Suppliers IP Demanders

9 Status of Korea’s IP Marketplace Number of Technology Transfer Intermediaries in 2011: 59 (public: 22, private: 37) Number of IP Evaluation Institutes in 2011: 9 Estimated No. of technology transfers through the intermediaries in 2010: About 1,000 Estimated amounts of transfer through the intermediaries in 2010: 40 billion KRW 9

10 Background for IP Marketplace in Korea The rate of technology transfer from public research institutes. – It is low compared to the USA, and EU. * USA 26.4%, EU 33.5%, Canada 36.0% in 2010 * Ministry of Knowledge Economy No. of transfer 3,2123,4684,259 Rate of transfer (%) Royalty(b illion KRW)

11 Background for IP Marketplace in Korea 11 Only a minority of patented technologies are commercialized. – In 2010, 56.5% of patents were commercialized in companies. – 30.3% of patents were commercialized in universities and public research institute. (2010, Korea Institute of Intellectual Property)

12 Background for IP Marketplace in Korea SMEs’ obstacle against commercialization of IP (2010, Korea Institute of Intellectual Property) 12

13 Process of IP Transfer & Commercialization IdeaIP(patents)Prototype Financing Production Marketing Sales 13 Licensing KIPO Examination Registration Manufacture of prototype IP-Mart IP Evaluation Consulting Management of IP

14 Operation of IP-Mart Online IP-Mart – Online IP-Mart promotes the transfer of IP by connecting suppliers with demanders. –Anybody can search online for a desired technology in the website containing a database of 57,000 patents. 14

15 Operation of Online IP-Mart 15

16 Establishment of the IP Evaluation System Automatic Evaluation System: “SMART” (Systematic Measuring And Rating patent of Technology) Developed from Jun 2009 to Dec 2010 – Developing cost: 1.8 billion KRW Show the evaluation results by 9 grades – ex) AAA, AA, A, BBB, BB, …, C – For technology, IP right and market 16

17 Establishment of the IP Evaluation System Sample of evaluation report 17

18 Support for Manufacture of Prototype Support for making a prototype of a patent 18 1 st Step 3D design by Computer Graphic 2 nd Step Manufacturing a prototype Simulation Actual Design

19 Promotion of the Use of the State- owned Patents Government-owned patents that have been idle for 3 years following registration may be used by anyone. – For 3 years without charge KIPO will entrust government-owned patents to private IP transfer intermediaries for transfer and commercialization. 19

20 Future Plans Framework Act on Intellectual Property (May 19, 2011) – To promote IP creation, protection and utilization, and to provide infrastructure thereof – Start of Presidential Council on Intellectual Property (July, 2011) Providing total services for transfer, commercialization and marketing – Demander-oriented customized services Fostering the IP Services Business 20


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