Industrial property rights and their corresponding applications are economically valuable assets that form part of a company’s assets. As such, they can be transferred, licensed, mortgaged, etc., to obtain additional financing or they can be the object of any other economic transaction. All actions aimed at obtaining a commercial return on RDI knowledge and results fall into the category of technology transfer.
Through a transfer contract, the holder of an industrial property right grants ownership of that right to another in exchange for payment.
In a licensing contract, the right holder retains ownership of the right, but authorises a third party to use or exploit it in the manner set out in the contract.
Therefore, we can have:
You can access some technology markets, both nationally and internationally, and offer your technology through them.