Yes, if the software provides a non-obvious technical contribution.
Ask yourself these control questions:
- How does the software differ from existing products and known concepts?
- Does the difference solve a technical problem?
- Is the solution more than a straightforward development?
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Bastian is a European patent attorney at BARDEHLE PAGENBERG. He specializes in software patents in Europe both from a prosecution and litigation point of view.