Actility Patents – Key Insights and Stats

Actility has a total of 45 patents globally, out of which 28 have been granted. Of these 9171 patents, more than 63% patents are active. Europe is where Actility has filed the maximum number of patents, followed by the USA and Germany. Parallelly, France and Germany seems to be the main focused R&D center and also France is the origin country of Actility.

Actility was founded in 2010. Actility develops ThingPark, a machine-to-machine communication platform, designed for massively scalable deployments of mission-critical applications.

Do read about some of the most popular patents of Actility which have been covered by us in this article and also you can find Actility patents information, the worldwide patent filing activity and its patent filing trend over the years, and many other stats over Actility patent portfolio.

How many patents does the Founder and CEO of Actility have?

The Founder and CEO Olivier Hersent have 34 patents.

How many patents does Actility have?

Actility has a total of 45 patents globally. These patents belong to 11 unique patent families. Out of 45 patents, 39 patents are active.

How Many Patents did Actility File Every Year?

Actility Patents Filing Trend

Are you wondering why there is a drop in patent filing for the last two years? It is because a patent application can take up to 18 months to get published. Certainly, it doesn’t suggest a decrease in the patent filing.

Year of Patents Filing or GrantActility Applications FiledActility Patents Granted
20115
201411
2015181
201631
201715
201815
201914
20202
20217
20227

How many Actility patents are Alive/Dead?

Worldwide Patents

Actility Patents Portfolio

How Many Patents did Actility File in Different Countries?

Actility Worldwide Patents

Countries in which Actility Filed Patents

CountryPatents
Europe6
United States Of America5
Germany4
India3
Canada3
Spain3
Japan3
Poland2
China2
France2
Korea (South)1
South Africa1
Taiwan1
Israel1
Portugal1
Australia1
Russia1

Where are Research Centers of Actility Patents Located?

Research Centers of Actility Patents

What Percentage of Actility US Patent Applications were Granted?

Actility (Excluding its subsidiaries) has filed 3 patent applications at USPTO so far (Excluding Design and PCT applications). Out of these all of the patents have been granted leading to a grant rate of 100.0%.

Below are the key stats of Actility patent prosecution at the USPTO.

Which Law Firms Filed Most US Patents for Actility?

Law FirmTotal ApplicationsSuccess Rate
Dentons Us Llp2100.00%
Marshall Gerstein & Borun Llp1100.00%

List of Actility Patents –

Publication NumberTitle
US11233771B2Communication Interface For A Low Power Wide Area Network Wireless Device And Server Using Such Communication Interface
US11067697B2Method And System For Providing Assistance To Geolocation Of Node Devices Of An Asynchronous Rf Network
US10805922B2Method For Transmitting A Sequence Of Sets Of Data From A Communication Device To An Access Point
US10129789B2Methods For Encoding And Decoding Frames In A Telecommunication Network
US9049053B2Method Of Managing An Object By Means Of A Management Gateway Using A Telecommunications Network
EP3130168B1Methods For Encoding And Decoding Frames In A Telecommunication Network
EP3590242B1Communication Interface For A Low Power Wide Area Network Wireless Device And Server Using Such Communication Interface
EP3314795B1Method For Transmitting A Sequence Of Sets Of Data From A Communication Device To An Access Point
EP2583440B1Object Management Method Using A Management Gateway In A Communications Network
EP3488264A2Method And System For Providing Assistance To Geolocation Of Node Devices Of An Asynchronous Rf Network
EP3273271A1Method And System For Providing Assistance To Geolocation Of Node Devices Of An Asynchronous Rf Network
CN106537959BMethod For Encoding And Decoding Frames In Telecommunication Network
CN109844566AMethod And System For Providing Assistance To Geolocation Of Node Devices Of An Asynchronous Rf Network
WO2018158607A1Communication Interface For A Low Power Wide Area Network Wireless Device And Server Using Such Communication Interface
WO2018015574A3Method And System For Providing Assistance To Geolocation Of Node Devices Of An Asynchronous Rf Network
WO2016207681A1Method For Transmitting A Sequence Of Sets Of Data From A Communication Device To An Access Point
WO2015155440A1Methods For Encoding And Decoding Frames In A Telecommunication Network
WO2011157938A1Method Of Managing An Object By Means Of A Management Gateway Using A Telecommunications Network
DE602015074847T2Method For Encoding And Decoding Frames In A Telecommunications Network
DE602017046785T2Communication Interface For A Wide Range Network With Low Power Consumption Wireless Device And Server Using Such A Communication Interface
DE602015040373T2Method For Transmitting A Sequence Of Data Sets From A Communication Device To An Access Point
DE602011046273T2Procedure For Object Control By A Gateway In A Telecommunications Network
AU2017298979B2Method And System For Providing Assistance To Geolocation Of Node Devices Of An Asynchronous Rf Network
CA3031144A1Method And System For Providing Assistance To Geolocation Of Node Devices Of An Asynchronous Rf Network
CA2990763A1Method For Transmitting A Sequence Of Sets Of Data From A Communication Device To An Access Point
CA2945253A1Methods For Encoding And Decoding Frames In A Telecommunication Network
JP7106561B2Communication Interfaces For Low Power Wide Area Networks Wireless Devices And Servers That Use Such Communication Interfaces
JP6615179B2Method For Encoding And Decoding Frames Within A Telecommunication Network
JP2019526059AMethod And System For Providing Assistance For Geolocation Of Node Devices In An Asynchronous Rf Network
ES2904288T3Encoding And Decoding Procedures Of Frames In A Telecommunication Network
ES2901207T3Communication Interface For A Low Power Wide Area Network Wireless Device And Server Using Such A Communication Interface
ES2671225T3Object Management Method Using A Management Gateway In A Communications Network
FR3019957B1Coding Methods And Decoding Frames In A Network Of Telecommunication
FR2961647B1Method Of Managing An Object By Means Of A Management Gateway Using A Telecommunications Network
IL248208AMethods For Encoding And Decoding Frames In A Telecommunication Network
IN201937005222AMethod And System For Providing Assistance To Geolocation Of Node Devices Of An Asynchronous Rf Network
IN201717045640AMethod For Transmitting A Sequence Of Sets Of Data From A Communication Device To An Access Point
IN201627034463AMethods For Encoding And Decoding Frames In A Telecommunication Network
KR102251121B1Methods For Encoding And Decoding Frames In A Telecommunication Network
PL3130168T3Methods For Encoding And Decoding Frames In A Telecommunication Network
PL3590242T3Communication Interface For A Low Power Wide Area Network Wireless Device And Server Using Such Communication Interface
PT3130168TMethods For Encoding And Decoding Frames In A Telecommunication Network
RU2683688C2Methods For Encoding And Decoding Frames In Telecommunication Network
TWI750328BCommunication Interface For A Low Power Wide Area Network Wireless Device And Server Using Such Communication Interface
ZA201607106BMethods For Encoding And Decoding Frames In A Telecommunication Network

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What are Actility key innovation segments?

What Technologies are Covered by Actility?

The chart below distributes patents filed by Actility in different countries on the basis of the technology protected in patents. It also represents the markets where Actility thinks it’s important to protect particular technology inventions.

R&D Focus: How has Actility search focus changed over the years?

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