Yellowfin has a total of 36 patents globally, out of which 18 have been granted. Of these 36 patents, none of the patents are active. The USA is where Yellowfin has filed the maximum number of patents, followed by Australia and European Countries. Parallelly, Australia seems to be the main focused R&D centre of Yellowfin.
Yellowfin was founded in the year 2003 by Glen Rabie and Justin Hewitt. Company is a global Business Intelligence and Analytics software vendor with a suite of world-class products powered by automation.
Do read about some of the most popular patents of Yellowfin which have been covered by us in this article and also you can find Yellowfin patents information, the worldwide patent filing activity and its patent filing trend over the years, and many other stats over Yellowfin patent portfolio.
How many patents does the founder and the CEO of Yellowfin have?
The founders, Glen Rabie (also CEO) and Justin Hewitt, have 0 patents.
How many patents does Yellowfin have?
Yellowfin has a total of 36 patents globally. These patents belong to 16 unique patent families. Out of 36 patents, none of the patents are active.
How Many Patents did Yellowfin File Every Year?
|Application Year||Patent Filing|
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.
How Many Patents did Yellowfin File in Different Countries?
Countries in which Yellowfin Filed Patents
|United States Of America||5|
Where are Research Centres of Yellowfin Patents Located?
10 Best Yellowfin Patents
US6605808B2 is the most popular patent in the Yellowfin portfolio. It has received 47 citations so far from companies like Boeing, GE, and Applied Research And Photonics.
Below is the list of 10 most cited patents of Yellowfin:
|Publication Number||Citation Count|
List of Yellowfin Patents
|US7410288B1||Fluid Mixing Device|
|US6605808B2||Diagnostic Apparatus Using Terahertz Radiation|
|US6542016B2||Level Sensitive Latch|
|US6403651B1||Mediation Of Circadian Rhythms|
|EP0813672B1||Improved Induction Nozzle And Arrangement|
|EP1214396A4||Recombinant Microorganisms Expressing An Oligosaccharide Receptor Mimic|
|EP1011661A4||Mediation Of Circadian Rhythms|
|WO2001023531A9||Recognition Of Differences In Cell Cycle Structure Between Stem And Differentiated Cells|
|WO2002022756A1||An Adhesive Derived From Amphibian Skin Secretions|
|WO2002000016A1||Altered Wool And Hair Fibres|
|DE69632455T2||Improved Induction Nozzle And Arrangement|
|AU783536B2||Recombinant Microorganisms Expressing An Oligosaccharide Receptor Mimic|
|AU764286B2||Fluid Mixing Device|
|AU2002PS1223P0||Protein Useful In An Adhesive|
|AU2001267154A1||Altered Wool And Hair Fibres|
|JP2003514512A||Recombinant Microorganisms Expressing Oligosaccharide Receptor Mimics|
|AT266843T||Improved Induction Nozzle And Arrangement|
|NZ517821B||Recombinant Microorganisms Expresssing An Oligosaccharide Receptor Mimic|
|AR035387A1||Dna Molecule Encoding An Audp-Glucose: Aglycon-Glucosyl-Transferase Udp-Glucose: Aglycon-Glucosyl-Transferase Method For The Isolation Of A Cdna Molecule Encoding-Caunaudp-Glucose: Aglycon-Glucosyl-Transferase Method For Producing Udp-Glucose: Aglycon Pure Combinant-Glucosytransfe-Rasare Plantatrans-Genic And Method To Obtain A Plan-Tatransgenic|
|BRPI0013915A8||Recombinant Microorganisms That Express An Oligosaccharide Receptor Mimetic|
|CL200200415A1||Recombinant Microorganism Expressing Glicolsil-Transferases Exogenes To Present Superficially An Oligosacarido That Simulates A Receiver; Useful In Pharmaceutical Compositions Against Toxins Or Pathogenic Microorganisms|
|HU0202863A3||Recombinant Microorganisms Expressing An Oligosaccharide Receptor Mimic|
|INPCT2002DEL00287A||Recombinant Microorganisms Expressing An Oligosaccharide Receptor Mimic|
|MYPI2000004466A0||Cell Cycle Control|
|OA12020A||Recombinant Microorganisms Expressing An Oligosaccharide Receptor Mimic|
|PL364796A1||Recombinant Microorganisms Expressing An Oligosaccharide Receptor Mimic|
|SA93140453A||Variable Flame Burner Configuration|
|ZA200201958B||Recombinant Microorganisms Expressing An Oligosaccharide Receptor Music|