In July 2017 the European Patent Office granted a patent to DeviceAtlas that was originally filed in 2008. This is quite a milestone for us—the application has survived objections from anonymous third parties and a much tougher patent regime than has applied in recent years. The patent in question, EP2245836 A2, is core to the operation of DeviceAtlas and is the reason why our solution is the fastest one out there, while preserving a very small memory footprint and data file. DeviceAtlas delivers speed, accuracy and efficiency—we don’t force you to choose. The same core algorithm is also protected by a US patent US9185182 B2, granted in 2015.
Press release: Afilias Technologies today announced at DMEXCO that it has been granted a third patent related to its device detection algorithm used in its DeviceAtlas product.
DeviceAtlas has been granted a second U.S. patent in the area of device detection technology. Titled “Determining a property of a communication device,” the patent describes a way in which DeviceAtlas identifies properties of web-enabled devices through examining their User-Agent strings.
DeviceAtlas has been granted US patent number 9,043,289 B2 on a new method for deriving the most accurate device identification results from multiple data sources.