Neuralink has a total of 35 patents globally, out of which 5 have been granted. Of these 35 patents, more than 77% patents are active. United States of America is where Neuralink has filed the maximum number of patents, followed by Canada and Australia. Parallelly, United States of America seems to be the main focused R&D center and is also the origin country of Neuralink.
Neuralink was founded in the year 2016 by Elon Musk and Max Hodak. Company is doing business in neurotechnology, and development implantable brain–machine interfaces (BMIs). As of April 2022, Neuralink has a market cap of $500 Million to $1 Billion.
Do read about some of the most popular patents of Neuralink which have been covered by us in this article and also you can find Neuralink patents information, the worldwide patent filing activity and its patent filing trend over the years, and many other stats over Neuralink patent portfolio.
How many patents does the founder and the CEO of Neuralink have?
How many patents does Neuralink have?
Neuralink has a total of 35 patents globally. These patents belong to 10 unique patent families. Out of 35 patents, 27 patents are active.
How Many Patents did Neuralink File Every Year?
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 Grant||Neuralink Applications Filed||Neuralink Patents Granted|
How many Neuralink patents are Alive/Dead?
How Many Patents did Neuralink File in Different Countries?
Countries in which Neuralink Filed Patents
|United States Of America||13|
Where are Research Centers of Neuralink Patents Located?
List of Neuralink Patents
|US11291508B2||Computer vision techniques|
|US20220100688A1||Network-on-chip for neurological data|
|US11216400B2||Network-on-chip for neurological data|
|US20210346687A1||Device implantation using a cartridge|
|US11107703B2||Monolithic, biocompatible feedthrough for hermetically sealed electronics and methods of manufacture|
|US11103695B2||Device implantation using a cartridge|
|US20210012909A1||Real-time neural spike detection|
|US20210007803A1||Laser drilling of pia mater|
|US20210007808A1||Optical coherence tomography for robotic brain surgery|
|US20210007602A1||Brain implant with subcutaneous wireless relay and external wearable communication and power device|
|US20210008364A1||Sandwich assembly scheme for thin film electrode array and integrated circuits on both sides of printed circuit board (PCB) and method of manufacture|
|US10824579B2||Network-on-chip for neurological data|
|US20200085375A1||Electrode fabrication and design|
|EP3849656A1||Device implantation using a cartridge|
|EP3849655A1||Electrode fabrication and design|
|EP3849434A1||Computer vision techniques|
|CA3146297A1||Real-time neural spike detection|
|CA3112743A1||Electrode fabrication and design|
|CA3112749A1||Computer vision techniques|
|CA3112875A1||Device implantation using a cartridge|
|WO2021011401A1||Brain implant with subcutaneous wireless relay and external wearable communication and power device|
|WO2021011298A1||Monolithic, biocompatible feedthrough for hermetically sealed electronics and methods of manufacture|
|WO2021011286A1||Sandwich assembly scheme for thin film electrode array and integrated circuits|
|WO2021011239A1||Optical coherence tomography for robotic brain surgery|
|WO2021011296A1||Real-time neural spike detection|
|WO2020056169A1||Device implantation using a cartridge|
|WO2020056179A1||Computer vision techniques|
|WO2020056187A1||Electrode fabrication and design|
|AU2020315738A1||Real-time neural spike detection|
|AU2019339486A1||Computer vision techniques|
|AU2019338468A1||Electrode fabrication and design|
|AU2019338462A1||Device implantation using a cartridge|
|JP2022501161A||Electrode production and design|
|JP2022500215A||Equipment embedded using cartridge|
|JP2022500216A||Computer visual technology|