Example of a great patent wall

You may have heard the idea that you need to use patents to protect your Intellectual Property (IP). Companies that take this idea to the highest level build a “wall of patents” that can completely derail competition. Here is the ultimate expre3ssion of a patent wall at work…

San Diego is spending $7 million to buy a failed skydiving center

The property, a 26,000-square-foot indoor skydiving facility that went out of business after a few months last year

The obvious question – why did it go out of business after $30 million invested? The answer: patent problems, as detailed here:

More on the phenomenon of indoor skydiving here:

iFly has something like 250 patents? It is an impressive portfolio:

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