By Anton Svensson and Bowman Heiden
Skeleton offers one of the first commercialised technologies to use graphene, a ground-breaking and Nobel prize-winning material. This Estonian company develops, manufactures and sells ultracapacitor energy storage cells, modules and systems based on patented advanced materials and designs. Its IP portfolio has been created to protect the company’s technology along the whole value chain, including development, production and sales. The IP and business strategies evolved simultaneously, starting with a platform built on protection for the core graphene-centric technology and a focus on protecting inventions with the best business potential first. Employees at Skeleton are cross-trained so that everyone is aware of and has competencies in the company’s IP strategy and is familiar with how it relates to the R & D strategy.
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