We work closely with the finest professionals available.

IP Licensing

ipCaptial Group
ipCapital Group (ipCG) is an intellectual property (IP) and innovation consulting firm. ipCG has delivered over 800 successful innovation and IP engagements, including to more than 15% of the Fortune 500, in a wide range of industries. Their interdisciplinary team of consultants and advisors are focused on maximizing clients’ financial results. They combine world-class human capital with their proprietary tools and methodologies around innovation, invention, and IP.
John Cronin, Managing Director and Chairman of ipCG, who, among his many achievements, created and ran the IBM Patent Factory, leads our IP asset strategy and licensing program approach.

Patent Counsel

Schwegman Lundberg
Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner is a boutique law firm dedicated to the practice of intellectual property law, and consistently ranked one of the top IP firms in the world by the Intellectual Asset Management association, the AIPLA, and others. Schwegman specializes in strategic patent portfolio planning and management, infringement, validity and clearance investigations, opinions and all phases of intellectual property prosecution practice. This includes preparation and prosecution of patent applications, appeals, re-examinations, interferences and foreign oppositions. Schwegman cooperates with and advises clients’ litigation firms regarding their intellectual property litigation. In this fashion, Schwegman is able to provide its clients with a realistic appraisal of litigation risks and can better fulfill its mission of providing the highest quality corporate IP services available.
Bradley Forrest, Principal at Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner and top-ranked IP attorney, is an AIPLA Fellow and former board member, who leads our patent work. This includes our first awarded patent (US9430626), as well as many more in various stages of approval.

Performance Evaluation

George Mason University
Donald T. Gantz, PhD, is an Emeritus Professor, Founding Chair of the Department of Applied Information Technology, and past Dean of the Volgenau School of Engineering at George Mason University. Dr. Gantz has developed cutting edge methodologies for the quantification and analysis of handwriting and has applied these methodologies to multi-language document exploitation and biometric identification, including matching software and scoring algorithms for fingerprint identification. He helped pioneer the use of statistical and geographic information systems to analyze the relationship between disease and socioeconomic factors, as well as transportation demand management and traffic mitigation. He has lectured on methods for surveillance systems to detect levels of infection due to a natural epidemic or bioterrorism threat, and is one of the top experts used by FBI in validating fingerprint analysis.
Dr. Donald Gantz, and his colleague, Dr. John Miller, are two of the most sought-after experts in biometric statistical analysis, and have lead independent analysis and performance evaluation of our core technology, including one of the largest studies ever in this research area.

While both tenured professors at GMU, Drs. Gantz and Miller worked with Intensity Analytics as independent experts, and the logo is only representative of their affiliation, and does not imply the endorsement of the University itself.
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