The ranking reflects the board’s analysis of intellectual-property performance and subsequent scoring based on factors like the number of patents, industry impact, and science strength. The ranking marks GM’s second-straight No. 1 ranking in the Patent Board’s quarterly scorecard.
“We focus on inventions that make our vehicles more sustainable,” said Alan Taub, GM’s vice president of R&D. “Our engineers are developing advanced technologies that increase fuel efficiency and ensure safety while maintaining the excitement of personal mobility.”
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