サー・ジェームズダイソンに影響を与えた掃除機でのフィッティングとダストバッグを使用しての不便 (彼は今と呼ばれて) 掃除機の床を担当者に多くの快適さをもたらした革新バッグレス掃除機を開発します. ダイソンのバッグレス掃除機は驚きで世界を撮影してい.
製薬企業が医薬品薬を服用している患者を必要とする不便さを実現しません, 一日三回食後. 多くの患者は、厳密にこれらの要件に従いません. だから、製薬会社は代替ソリューションに取り組んで開始しました. Hence the birth of once a day drug or slow release drugs. このような技術革新は、患者の生活がより簡単になりました.
History of mankind discloses innumerable examples of such innovation when someone had observed or experienced a problem or inconvenience and put his/her mind to the problem and produced practical solutions which have improved the lives of people.
4月 26, has been declared as World Intellectual Property Day by the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) – an agency in the United Nations. Malaysia has also declared April 26 として National Intellectual Property Day.
For innovations to be successfully commercialised they need to be given proprietary rights such as 特許権, registered industrial design rights or copyrights. Those rights along with trademark rights, are collectively referred to as Intellectual Property Rights (or IP rights for short) and this gives the creator of the innovation exclusive rights to manufacture, sell or use the innovation rights by himself or through the authorised use by others for a limited duration enabling the creator to recoup his investments in money, skill and labor.
In the modern days, ザ・ approach to innovations is changing.
Instead of a single person or company doing R & D and solving a technical problem all alone, entire groups of persons or a community can be called upon to contribute ideas to solve the problem. Once the problem is recognised by a group of people whose combined brain power and experience can yield practical solution to the problem within a short period of time and at a lower cost.
The challenges to this approach are many. Who is to lead the problem solving; who is to coordinate the input of ideas. Next if the solution is of commercial value, who is to own the Intellectual Property rights and how is the profit for commersalisation to be distributed to all the contributors, and in what proportions. Perhaps another innovation solution to the crisis is needed.
Let’s celebrate World IP Day by at least solving a day-to-day inconvenience whilst in the house or travelling to work or at a work place. I for a start have started to think for a better idea or a solution to arrange or displays my neck ties in the wardrobe in my house that make it convenient and easy for me to select the right tie for my day. Another problem I have been pondering on for some time where or how do I store a wet umbrella in my car without wetting the floor carpet or seat whilst at the same time making it easy to unfold an umbrella while getting out of the car when it is raining heavily. Perhaps a plastic sleeve would solve the problem. I need to fully perfect this innovation further.