PATENTEM

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PATENTEM
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Developer(s)Sterkonix
Written inPHP, NodeJs, JavaScript
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    Operating systemLinux, iOS, Windows, Android
    Websitepatentem.com

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    PATENTEM is an electronic meeting system for meetings and voting, produced and developed by Czech company Sterkonix. PATENTEM clients exist for both mobile (iOS, Android, Windows Phone) and desktop systems (Linux, Windows, macOS).

    History[edit]

    PATENTEM was launched in March 2015. At the beginning of 2016 PATENTEM was reported to be successfully implemented[1] in Committee on State Construction, Regional Policy and Local Self-Government of Ukraine and the Coordination Board of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine.[2]


    System components[edit]

    PATENTEM electronic meeting system consists of the following components:

    • amplified loud speakers
    • touch screens
    • microphones
    • delegates’ workstations
    • tribune (if needed)
    • participant’s card readers with buttons for voting
    • cameras with auto-tracking

    Features[edit]

    Messaging[edit]

    PATENTEM massaging system can be accessed on any of the user's connected devices regardless of whether it's a mobile phone, tablet or workstation at a meeting. System user can send messages to other users individually or to groups of up to 400 meeting participants. Sent messages can be deleted or edited on both sides and are stored for 24 hours for the purpose of availability to edit or clear them if mistakenly sent. Users can create, edit, leave or delete groups for message exchange.


    Broadcasting[edit]

    "Live" module allows Operator and Chairman to provide HD online broadcast of meeting participant's speech and his presentation materials. Speaker's presentation with accompanying information, time of speech, presentation materials are displayed simulatiously on participant's workstations screens, information panels in the hall and on organization's official website.

    Voting[edit]

    PATENTEM system allows to conduct the process of voting in three different ways: open, closed, and secret. Every type can be customized to address the needs of each meeting through "Settings" section. Such customizaation may include setting up of vote weight, formula for calculation of results etc. Participants of the meeting are given an option to vote using either buttons on delegates' workstations or touchscreens.

    Integration capabilities[edit]

    Apart from basic EMS functional capabilities, PATENTEM allows full integration with roughly all conference systems, use of Active Directory for system users and DCN CCU2 for microphone management.

    Advantages[edit]

    As any electronic meeting system in general and an independent product itself, PATENTEM has its unique advantages:[3]

    • Anonymity – due to anonymity mode of most EMS systems, meeting participants are more secure and feel no longer vulnerable to be thought of as incompetent or foolish for their comments during issue discussion
    • Group synergy – conducting a meeting, using EMS system has a positive effect on a decision making process, since participants tend to consider themselves as a united group, rather than individuals.
    • Electronic records – thanks to automated record keeping, participants of the meeting no longer need to make notes, remember comments or fear that they may not hear or understand something, mentioned during the meeting. Meeting log is always accessible for participants during and even after the conference or meeting is over (log can be published on organization's website).
    • Time saving - it has been proven that automated meetings are significantly faster in terms of time and participants need less time to discuss and conclude decisions.
    • Among other factors that positively speak in favor of EMS systems are higher group satisfaction, support meetings with a huge number of participants, develop technical skills etc.

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