Trademark search engine

Access: https://trademark.vision/ [checked 13.03.2017]

This search engine was now the first in the field of intellectual property, search for trademarks and logos based on the image. I would compare this search engine to Google’s reverse image search, or TinEye, except more focused because the results are pulled from a database of trademarks.

Screenshot from this search engine in action

Except the picture, search options in this amazing engine based on machine learning also include keywords and a description, which automatically displays hints and converts the text on the system of classification codes used in US, Australian or Vienna. In addition, the tool allows you to narrow the search to the selected portion of the image, as a result of displaying all of the results that although some are similar to the query.

Available options include the advanced search filtering m.in according to the criterion of the owner, the industry (selected from 45 categories), the conservation status of the base. Interestingly, you can select search by phonetics, including typos, as well as search characters from traditional Chinese and simplified version. Search results in whole or in choosing, you can export a report to PDF or Excel, and you can set the monitoring for the selected query with a monthly alert.

Search engine searches the database offices responsible for intellectual property in Australia, Canada, France, New Zealand, the United States and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) and the European Union (https://euipo.europa.eu/eSearch/#basic) which recently released a similar function. The tool also includes Apple’s App Store and Google Play Store.

There’s a 14-day trial on trademark.vision, or you can test it by searching EUIPO’s database with the free eSearch resource (EUIPO recently integrated TrademarkVision’s image recognition).