Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 5
- Telecommunications Svcs & Equip
- Telecommunications Equip
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IPSCIO Record ID: 164955
Licensee is allowed to construct, produce and/or have constructed and/or have produced Airships on the basis of the Airship Concept in the USA. Licensee shall construct and produce and/or have constructed and have produced at least 4 (four) Airships on the basis of the Airship Concept per year.
The Licensee has entered the business of alternative air transportation carriers in the form of operating, marketing, and manufacturing classic Rigid Airships. Designed to operate in the lower altitude below 5,000 feet, which is nearly free of commercial air traffic, the first Rigid Airships will convey 150 passengers. Cruising at approximately 75 miles per hour, the Rigid Airship employs six engines which power large, slowly-turning propellers, producing only a small fraction of the noise level common to conventional commercial aircraft. Distinctly different from pressurized airships known as blimps, the Rigid Airship's rigid structure provides hull space for the comforts associated with ocean cruise ships.
IPSCIO Record ID: 1120
The Parties desire to set forth their understanding as to the marketing efforts to be undertaken and the method of purchasing of the Prototype Airship by Licensee.
The marketing agreement with Licensee will be subject to Licensee's ability to produce sales which will meet the financial requirements imposed on the Company as contained in the License Agreement with Licensor, whose application sections are attached hereto in the Agreement.
Note On September 19, 2005, the Licensee consummated a transaction with the Company which resulted in the Company becoming the Companyâ€™s wholly owned subsidiary. Pursuant to a plan of reorganization and agreement of merger, dated September 19, 2005, Licensee (the Sub) merged into the Company, the separate existence of the Sub ceased, and the Company became the surviving corporation.
As previously discussed, through the Company, the Company (Licensee} has acquired the world-wide right to license the proprietary technology of Licensor.
IPSCIO Record ID: 1683
IPSCIO Record ID: 116377
4,722,548 – Computer optimized adaptive suspension system having combined shock absorber/air spring unit
4,651,838 – Air spring control system and method
4,677,263 – Air spring position switch
5,529,152 -Variable constant force hydraulic components and systems
IPSCIO Record ID: 1682