Thursday, April 12, 2018

Starting And Developing A Student App Idea

For every great idea, there is a great app… At least, in this 21st century. While the same cannot be said for every consumer business such as restaurants or retail, it is useful when the idea improves or adds convenience to daily lives. One example of this are communications apps that allow users to send data, share documents and even location. It has helped build a closer world with instantaneous responses. https://blogs.iu.edu/iutech/2018/04/09/starting-a-student-app/

Drones: The Future of Taxis and Transportations?

This has generated interest amongst the aviation industry, with companies that want to be part of Uber’s exciting new vision developing VTOL aircrafts faster than ever. One that stands out is Carter Aviation Technologies and their partner, Mooney. They have begun developing vehicles which are capable of holding up to six passengers. The CEO, Jay Carter, has drawn attention to its patented “slowed rotor compound design” that allows it to cruise at 175 mph and hovers much efficiently. The vehicle also includes a high-inertia main rotor which is more or less a safety net that provides directional control in event of an emergency. https://campuspress.yale.edu/tribune/drones-the-future-of-taxis-and-transportations/

InventHelp Caveman Commercials

A montage of InventHelp's caveman commercials, from Cavey's discovery of the wheel to his humorously accidental invention of the unicycle. Commercials aired nationally for InventHelp. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R5620tI5nms

How Women Inventors Are Accelerating The Tech Field

One way of protecting and ensuring the longevity of invention ideas is to patent them. By patenting ideas, one can make sure that their ideas are protected from being utilised by somebody else. While it may appear like the concept of patenting does not seem necessary, companies and professionals all over the world swear by patenting as a key tactic in ensuring their success. Some ideas are so important in and of themselves that they generate so much interest it is difficult to believe that the idea did not occur to someone else, earlier on. Perhaps expectantly, this is the case for some of the most well-known inventions on the market today. https://blogs.cuit.columbia.edu/rqh2000/2018/04/09/how-women-inventors-are-accelerating-the-tech-field/

Artificial Intelligence in Response to Human Need

A simple idea can evolve into a solitary patent revolution, and with the field becoming so advanced, so quickly, fresh ideas in AI are being thought of constantly, making it a competitive field for successful progression. For an idea to be brought to life, there must be time to develop said idea – and that is where protection measures often come in handy. While there is no limit to how long a winning idea can take to evolve, that does not mean that the idea is unique to one individual – it has happened multiple times that ideas (or ideas of similar calibre) are formed by multiple people at the same time. https://blogs.cornell.edu/react/2018/04/09/artificial-intelligence-in-response-to-human-need/

How to Pitch Your Invention to Investors

Find out what investors look for in a new invention. If your product is something they could be interested in, then it’s going to be easy explaining why they need it. However, if you find that your product might not interest them, it’s better to find a different investor. http://arichards.bangordailynews.com/2018/03/23/home/how-to-pitch-your-invention-to-investors/

Social Media and your Invention: Let Inventhelp Guide the Way

When you are almost ready to launch your invention, it can be a great idea to start getting your brand out to the public. This concept is easier than ever before with increasing social media traffic. Once you are on your way to a patent, it is time to start preparing to bring in revenue. It can take time to build an online presence, even with a great website. Social media is the extra marketing tool necessary to bring your product out of the dark. Inventhelp can help guide you through the patent process, letting you know the appropriate time to release your social media information. http://www.theglobaldispatch.com/social-media-and-your-invention-let-inventhelp-guide-the-way-46433/