Develop a proto-type. Work out the details in drawings and plans, and describe the solution precisely. This helps you determine how realistic your idea is and to uncover any weaknesses.
Good to know
- In case a conflict arises at a later date, you will be able to prove the date of your invention (e.g., the steps in your inventive process). Date the drawings and plans, put them in a sealed envelope, and then mail them to yourself (do not open the envelope!). You can also have the documents notarized.
The IPI is actively participating in the WIPO dialogue on intellectual property and artificial intelligence
Daren Tang appointed as next WIPO Director General
26.05.2020 | Partners and initiatives
Tailor-made IP strategies – SEF4KMU virtual networking lunch on 4 June 2020
20.05.2020 | Law and policy
The USA welcomes the partial revision of the Swiss Copyright Act
08.11.2019 | Event
Symposium on Creative Approaches to Improving Access to Medicines Globally
Roundtable on the protection of computer-implemented inventions