Kyocera Named Among Top Global Innovators by Clarivate Analytics for Fifth Consecutive Year
According to Kyocera, its commitment to innovation has resulted in more than 18,000 patents worldwide to date, as well as a deep respect for the IP rights of other companies and institutions.
Kyocera Corp. was recently recognized as one of the Derwent Top 100 Global Innovators 2018-2019 by Clarivate Analytics, a Philadelphia-based global information solutions provider focusing on intellectual property and the sciences. Kyocera’s patent success rate and global reach were reportedly identified as outstanding, marking the fifth consecutive year for Kyocera to receive this recognition. The award was presented at Kyocera headquarters in Kyoto, Japan.
The Derwent Top 100 Global Innovators awards have been presented annually since 2011 to recognize leading enterprises and research institutions for success in generating innovation. Honorees are selected by Clarivate Analytics after an analysis of intellectual property (IP) and patents using Clarivate’s original methodology. Candidates are evaluated by patent and citation data across four main criteria: Volume, Success, Globalization, and Influence. Among these, Kyocera’s Success and Globalization led to its recognition among the top innovators.
According to Kyocera, its commitment to innovation has resulted in more than 18,000 patents worldwide to date, as well as a deep respect for the IP rights of other companies and institutions. The company has established patent offices in Japan, the U.S., China, and Germany to maximize IP development and protection in its four principal business areas. In May 2018, Kyocera launched its IP website to showcase its intellectual property and licensing programs. The site reportedly details various proprietary technologies cultivated through decades of research and development.