EUTM file information



December 18, 2015

Trademark Summary

The trademark application HYDRO DYNAMIC TECHNOLOGIES was filed by Olivier FEIX, a national of the French Republic (the "Applicant"). The application was published for oppositions on February 17, 2016, and it was registered by office on May 26, 2016 without any oppositions.

The application was filed in French (English was selected as the second language).

Change of name and professional address of the trademark registration was recorded on October 25, 2017. Appointment and Replacement of representative of the trademark registration was recorded on January 10, 2020.

Goods And Services

  • The mark was filed in class 35 with Guidance in administrative steps and negotiations for installation, administrative steps inherent to installation authorisations, connection and operation of hydroelectric generation systems.
  • The mark was filed in class 41 with Education and Providing of training, namely providing of training and certification for distributors, installers and operators of hydroelectric generation technology and systems..
  • The mark was filed in class 42 with following description of goods:
    1. Scientific and technological services and research and design relating thereto
    2. Industrial analysis and research services
    3. Design and development of computer hardware and software
    4. Services rendered by engineers and scientists responsible for evaluations, appraisals, research and reports in the fields of science and technology (including technological consultancy), namely design of low head hydroelectric generation systems using the hydrodynamic screw principle or other generation systems
    5. Conducting of research for the implementation of hydroelectric projects for generation systems of all kinds and in particular, For hydrodynamic screws
    6. Conducting of studies for the installation of hydroelectric works
    7. Assistance in the 3D design, modelling and production of objects and parts of complex composite materials
    8. Innovation and research for the development of electricity generation systems using hydrodynamic screw systems.