Clarivate Analytics has listed us as one of the 100 most innovative companies. The 2016 report, published January 2017, honours the most innovative corporations and institutions in the world as determined by their robust analysis of unique and proprietary data.
In 1959, our founder Kazuma Tateishi committed the company to improve lives and contribute to a better Ssciety, creating the spiritual cornerstone of the firm along with a series of technological innovations. We continue to contribute to society in the spirit of our founder. Innovation driven by social needs is one of the important values described within the Company’s principles. This means being a pioneer in creating inspired solutions for the future, solving issues through business. To contribute to a better society, we continue to develop our intellectual property strategy, integrating business with research and development.
About the 2016 Top 100 Global Innovators
Clarivate Analytics, formerly the Intellectual Property & Science business of Thomson Reuters, uses patent data to analyze intellectual property trends to select the top 100 innovative corporations and institutions around the world. The 2016 Top 100 Global Innovators is the sixth year of the awards.
Rigorous and objective data extracted from Derwent World Patents Index (largest value-added patent database in the world) and Thomson Innovation (intellectual property survey and analysis platform), as well as independent assessment standards, are used in consideration of the awards. Omron Corporation was recognized as an innovative company that creates world-influencing advancements and complies with intellectual property rights protection conventions.