Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 4
- Auto Accessory
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IPSCIO Record ID: 203552
â€œLane Departure Warning System (LDWS) Technologyâ€ shall mean technology that detects and tracks lane markings, calculates trajectory, and provides outputs based upon vehicle position relative to the lane markings.
Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS) Technologyâ€ shall mean the LDWS Technology developed or acquired by Licensor that is vision-based, i.e., uses a video or digital camera (as opposed to radar or infrared techniques) to view and analyze a 2-dimensional image of the roadway, optical sensor image enhancement, installation and manufacturing techniques, and software algorithms to implement Lane Departure Warning System Technology.
AutoVue is a small windshield mounted sensor that uses proprietary software to detect and warn drivers of unintended lane departures.
IPSCIO Record ID: 110082
AutoVue is a windshield mounted device that is approximately the size of a deck of cards which serves as a platform for an image processing camera and on-board computer system. AutoVue utilizes software based upon our proprietary algorithms to predict effectively driving behavior and driver reactions in order to differentiate between intended and unintended lane departures. For example, the use of a directional signal or sudden lane changes will not elicit a warning. We integrated these software applications with our video image processing technologies to create an image sensing platform that recognizes the difference between the roadway and lane markings and accurately monitors a vehicle's placement within the lane markings. As a vehicle travels down a roadway, the AutoVue system tracks both solid and dashed lane markings. The AutoVue computer processor combines this data with the vehicle's speed to calculate the proper lane positioning of the vehicle. When a vehicle traveling at 35 miles per hour or more begins to drift towards an unintended lane departure, AutoVue sends a distinctive rumble strip sound through the vehicle's audio system, alerting the driver to make a correction. AutoVue works effectively both day and night and in most weather conditions where the lane markings are visible.
AutoVue is a small windshield mounted sensor that utilizes proprietary software to detect and warn drivers of unintended lane departures. Through new software development we are expanding the AutoVue platform to incorporate additional safety and convenience features. AutoVue is currently being installed in heavy trucks for pre-production testing and marketed to passenger car and light and medium truck manufacturers. Its a software based solutions which improve the safety and efficiency of vehicle transportation.
IPSCIO Record ID: 27130
The company has been assigned the right, title, interest and obligations in a License Agreement dated January 16, 1992 to manufacture, market and distribute a microwave radar collision avoidance device for motor vehicles from an undisclosed Licensor.
The Guardian Alert Backup System is comprised of a transceiver, an antenna, an intermediate frequency amplifier, and an audio-visual alarm. The components are mounted in an environmentally sealed, high impact, plastic housing. The unit is adapted for mounting at the rearward end of the vehicle in order to direct its wave output rearwardly. The internal working components of the Guardian Alert Backup System are smaller than a pack of cigarettes. The proposed unit does not materially alter the exterior design of the vehicle. The circuit of the device is adapted for electrical connection to the back-up light circuit of a vehicle for activation only when the vehicle transmission is engaged in reverse gear.
IPSCIO Record ID: 391377
License shall mean any right granted, license given, or agreement entered into, by the Company and/or its Affiliates, as applicable, to or with any other person or entity, under or with respect to or permitting any use of any of the Project Intellectual Property, or any part thereof, or otherwise permitting the development, manufacture, marketing, distribution and/or sale of Products and/or Related Products (regardless of whether such grant of rights, license given or agreement entered into is referred to or is described as a license or as an agreement with respect to the development and/or manufacture and/or sale and/or distribution and/or marketing of Products and/or Related Products), in each case, within the field of the railway industry (for the avoidance of any doubt, including without limitation, any train/other vehicle driving/moving on a railway/track.
Product shall mean the System or any other product, process or service that comprises, contains or incorporates the Project Intellectual Property (in whole or in part).
Related Products shall mean products, consumables and services, in each case, related to the field of railway safety, that are not Products and which are related to, or required for, the exploitation of the Project Intellectual Property, and which are intended for use in conjunction with the Project Intellectual Property.
Project Intellectual Property shall mean any proprietary know-how and intellectual property rights that concern railway safety and which were developed, invented and/or conceived by the Company and/or in its behalf following the Prior Effective Date as part of the Cooperation, and any rights related thereto, including inter alia patent, patent applications, trade names and logos, trade secrets, documented know-how, designs, production, diagrams, computer programs and their source, plans and designs for plans, skills, methods and all discoveries, processes, developments and improvements.
Licensor Intellectual Property shall mean any proprietary know-how and intellectual property rights developed and/or owned by Licensor prior and following the Prior Effective Date, and any rights related thereto, including, inter alia patent, patent applications, trade names and logos, trade secrets, documented know-how, designs, production, diagrams, computer programs and their source, plans and designs for plans, skills, methods and all discoveries, processes, developments and improvements, provided however that raw data collected during the testing of the System in accordance with the provisions hereof and conclusions of image processing are specifically excluded and shall be considered as Project Intellectual Property.