The project "Patenting stretch ceiling profiles"
International patent applications for innovative profile solutions
In order to increase the innovation and competitive advantage of Vecta Design products, a continuous product development process takes place, during which innovative product solutions for the installation of stretch ceilings and other alternative ceiling materials are created. Thus an international patent protection is needed to protect these innovative solutions from competitors.
Vecta Design project, no. EU60362 “Patenting of stretch ceiling profiles” (grant amount 6000 eur) was approved by the Enterprise of Estonia, by which co-financing was applied from the structural fund “ERDF”. The aim was to protect two innovative technical solutions as a PCT patent application at the WIPO International Bureau and to obtain legal advice. These innovative solutions are: "lighting system profile" and "diffuser profile". The goal has been achieved, PCT applications were submitted by both technical solutions, patent advice was provided and WIPO search reports have also been made public as international patent applications and can be found here:
A MOUNTING PROFILE FOR LIGHTING SYSTEM OF SUSPENDED CEILING: https://patentscope.wipo.int/search/en/detail.jsf?docId=WO2021090224&tab=PCTBIBLIO&_cid=P21-KOTMH2-37595-1
LINEAR AIR DIFFUSER OF A SUSPENDED CEILING: https://patentscope.wipo.int/search/en/detail.jsf?docId=WO2021090173&_cid=P21-KOTN8N-46587-1
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