Alpha and Beta products
View and give feedback on IP Australia's systems and decisions before they are released.
To help businesses and researchers work better together, IP Australia has revamped the IP Toolkit for Collaboration (IP Toolkit). The new IP Toolkit is designed to be more accessible, interactive and user-friendly. The content has been streamlined, with a stronger focus on IP matters and greater integration of the tools.
Trade Mark Assist
Trade Mark Assist is an interactive tool designed to educate small business and unrepresented applicants through the initial stages of the trade mark application process. Trade Mark Assist will provide educational information specific to the customer’s circumstances and suggest relevant goods and services using machine learning algorithms. The beta version is now available.
OpenGov recently recognised IP Australia’s Portfolio View for Patents and Trade Marks, an initiative designed to assist self-filers and small to medium-sized enterprises by displaying all intellectual property (IP) rights associated with the user in one simple and easy-to- use location. The new capability strengthens IP Australia’s digital offering for customers and can be accessed from a customers’ eServices account in one click.
As a result of Portfolio View’s success and strong customer feedback, IP Australia is pleased to announce the development of our first mobile app, IP Folio.
To enhance transparency and public engagement in policy making, IP Australia has published a list of issues that we are considering or working on for policy action or legislative amendment. The publication of this list, known as the Policy Register, is a new initiative by IP Australia, consistent with the Australian Government’s first Open Government National Action Plan.
A beta release of the Policy Register is now available and we would encourage you to provide feedback. You can email Policy-Register@ipaustralia.gov.au, or use the online feedback forms in the Policy Register. The beta release trial period will run until 16 March 2018, after which we will review the register’s functionality and appearance in response to any issues raised.