Strong Intellectual Property

Paper based tags, showing a variety of out of date tags still in serviceIntaCept’s business strategy involved securing strong Intellectual Property rights to the invention from day one. Recognising the opportunity that this device presented, John and Mark were quick to secure International Patent protection. Several key markets were identified, where testing and tagging is mandatory. Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom all have PAT requirements that workplaces must adhere to. IntaCept

applied for Patent protection in these countries as well as in the United States of America. 

IntaCept also holds a registered trademark for IntaCept®.

One of the early IntaCept Tag concept models Patents have been granted in all of these jurisdictions, with the United States patent due to be assigned December 2013. With a strong Intellectual Property base, IntaCept is in the position to be able to develop the product and bring it to market.