Royalty Report: Consumer Electronics, Computers & Office Equipment, Electrical & Electronics – Collection: 26230

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Created On: 2020-07-15, Record Count: 9

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This collection of transactions and supporting information was developed using our AI algorithm to curate similar royalty reports into a cohesive collection to support your licensing, transfer pricing or other transaction scenarios where documented royalty rates and/or deal terms are important.
Created On: 2020-07-15
Record Count: 9

Primary Industries

  • Consumer Electronics
  • Computers & Office Equipment
  • Electrical & Electronics
  • Camera
  • Liquid Crystals
  • Photography
  • Semiconductors
  • Fabrication
  • Software
  • Security

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 26230

License Grant
Licensor hereby grants Licensee a non-exclusive, world-wide, non-transferable License, without the right to subLicense, to make, have made, use, sell, offer for sale, import, reproduce, distribute, prepare derivative works and otherwise dispose of Microdisplay-Based Products. As to the PreExisting IP, this License will remain in effect for a period of five years from the effective date, with royalties to be paid.
License Property
'Microdisplay Device' means a device consisting exclusively of (a) a silicon backplane and liquid crystal material and/or (b) a formatter and/or (c) packaging and assembly for the purpose of operating said silicon backplane and liquid crystal material or said formatter. A 'formatter' is that part of control electronics that accepts a digital representation of a gray-scale and/or color image in pixel format and puts out digital signals controlling: (1) the temporal switching sequence of corresponding binary output pixels in a silicon backplane and liquid crystal material and/or (2) the temporal modulation of light by components of a display system other than the silicon backplane and liquid crystal material for the purpose of displaying the corresponding pixel intensity.

Microdisplays are used today primarily as electronic viewfinders in digital still cameras and video camcorders. Microdisplays are an emerging display technology that are magnified or projected through the use of optics. The microdisplays use proprietary ferroelectric liquid crystal on silicon, or FLCOS, technology, which offers an image quality in the viewfinder of digital still cameras and video camcorders. The licensed viewfinders have several advantages over standard optical viewfinders, including the ability to properly frame images on the viewfinder of a camera with high optical zoom. Additionally, the microdisplays incorporate proprietary controller and interface features that provide customers with a highly integrated microdisplay solution that is small in size, low in cost, low in voltage and shortens their product design times. Many of the leading digital still camera and video camcorder brands, including Concord Camera, Hewlett-Packard, JVC, Kyocera, Minolta and Sony, use or have used the licensed microdisplays in their electronic viewfinders.

IPSCIO Record ID: 27950

License Grant
Licensor hereby grants to Licensee a worldwide, irrevocable,non-exclusive license with the right to grant sublicenses upon terms and conditions consistent with this Agreement, under the Licensed Patents to make, have made, use, lease and sell Licensed Products.

Licensor hereby grants to Licensee a worldwide, irrevocable, exclusive license to make, have made, use and sell Exclusive Products. The exclusive license is subject to rights previously granted by Licensor with respect to Direct Drive Devices other than FLC on VLSI devices.

Licensor and Licensee entered into a worldwide non-exclusive license agreement for the FLC Technology patents in 1987  which was replaced in 1990 and 1993, and wish to replace the 1993 license agreement with this Agreement.

License Property
The Licensed Patents pertain to ferroelectric liquid crystal technology or FLC Technology.

The patents are United States Patent Nos. 4,367,924, 4,563,059, 4,813,767, 4,840,463, 4,958,916, 5,083,855 and 5,227,905, European Patent Specification Publication No. 32362,
Swiss Patent No. 647337, Japanese Laid Open Patent Application Nos. Sho 63-153521 and Hei 5-281580, and Japanese Published Patent No. Sho 63-22287 which registered as Japanese Patent No. 1555765, and Norwegian Patent No. 156,846 and all continuations, continuations-in-part, divisions and changes of application or vice versa of any of such applications for patent and all reissues, amendments, additions, extensions, and re-examinations of any such patents.

Field of Use
We, the Licensee, design, develop and market microdisplays used today primarily as electronic viewfinders in digital still cameras and video camcorders. Microdisplays are an emerging display technology based on very small display panels that are magnified or projected through the use of optics. Our microdisplays combine our proprietary ferroelectric liquid crystal, or FLC, chemical mixtures with commercially available silicon to create ferroelectric liquid crystal on silicon, or FLCOS, technology. The highly controllable optical properties of our FLC mixtures offer an image quality in the viewfinder of digital still cameras and video camcorders that we believe to be superior to other available electronic viewfinders. Our viewfinders also have several advantages over standard optical viewfinders, including the ability to properly frame images on the viewfinder of a camera with high optical zoom. Additionally, our microdisplays incorporate proprietary controller and interface features that provide our customers with a solution that is small in size, competitively priced, low in voltage, and our microdisplays are easy to use because they do not require external interface electronics. Many of the leading digital still camera and video camcorder brands use or have used our microdisplays in their electronic viewfinders, including Hewlett-Packard, Kodak, Kyocera and Sony. Our microdisplays are used only in the electronic viewfinders featured in our customers' products and not in the flat-panel displays that are included in most digital still cameras and video camcorders.

IPSCIO Record ID: 25893

License Grant
The agreement is directed toward inventions and discoveries relating to FLCs and FLC materials. The Licensee has an exclusive worldwide License to technology so developed and the University is entitled to royalties on sales of products and materials incorporating the Licensed technology.
License Property
The Licensee's microdisplays combine proprietary ferroelectric liquid crystal, or FLC, chemical mixtures with commercially available silicon to create ferroelectric liquid crystal on silicon, or FLCOS, technology. The highly controllable optical properties of the FLC mixtures offer an image quality in the viewfinder of digital still cameras and video camcorders that may be superior to other available electronic viewfinders.
Field of Use
The Licensee designs, develops and markets microdisplays used today primarily as electronic viewfinders in digital still cameras and video camcorders. Microdisplays are an emerging display technology based on very small display panels that are magnified or projected through the use of optics.

IPSCIO Record ID: 26302

License Grant
The amendment added the definition for Intellectual Property: (1) all knowledge and information, in whatever form or medium that may or may not be generally known, that gives to one the ability to produce or market something that one otherwise would not have known how to produce or market with the same accuracy or precision, including without limitation, techniques, concepts, ideas, algorithms, processes, procedures, improvements, discoveries, inventions and invention disclosure (whether patentable, unpatentable or reduced to practice); business, engineering and other plans; formulae, designs, masks, data, databases, writings and works of authorship regardless whether such is protected; all information in any form relating to the design, manufacture, production, operation, maintenance and utilization of any product; computer programs, including object codes and source codes; standard work procedures; bills of material; vendor information; parts, jig, fixture, tool and component lists; equipment information; test procedures; and operations, maintenance, user and service manuals and catalog data; (2) original works of authorship in any tangible medium of expression; and (3) any and all intellectual property rights known or hereafter arising or recognized in any jurisdiction in the world (regardless of whether such rights are registered or unregistered) relating the foregoing, including without limitation: (a) mask works rights (including, not limited to any rights arising under the United States Semiconductor Protection Act); (b) rights associated with works of authorship throughout the universe, including, but not limited to, copyrights and moral rights; (c) trademark, trade name or similar rights; (d) trade secret rights; (e) patent, invention, design, any other industrial rights; (f) all other intellectual property rights (of every kind and nature throughout the universe and however designated) whether arising by operation of law, contract, License, or otherwise; (g) all disclosures, applications, registrations, renewals, extensions, continuations, divisions, or reissues hereof now or hereafter in force (including any rights in any of the foregoing); and (h) the right to bring suit (under any of the foregoing rights) for monetary, injunctive or other relief against any past, present or future infringer.  Licensor hereby grants to Licensee a limited, non-transferable, non-exclusive license to use the Licensor's Intellectual Property to sell, offer to sell and import the PLPs (Private Label Products) under the terms of this Agreement. In addition, the Licensor hereby grants to Licensee a limited, non-transferable, non-exclusive license to make PLPs under the Restricted Patents under the terms of this Agreement.
License Property
Products shall mean all FLC (Ferroelectric Liquid Crystal) micro-display glass-on-silicon and glass-on-glass devices which are based on or incorporate or include Licensor Intellectual Property and all other products, if such products and devices are agreed to be incorporated into this Agreement by the parties, manufactured by or for Licensee for or on behalf of Licensor, from time to time. The Agreement shall not apply to any products or devices that are not manufactured by or for Licensee.
Field of Use
The Licensor designs, develops and markets microdisplays used today primarily as electronic viewfinders in digital still cameras and video camcorders. Microdisplays are an emerging display technology based on very small display panels that are magnified or projected through the use of optics. The microdisplays use the Licensor's proprietary ferroelectric liquid crystal on silicon, or FLCOS, technology, which offers an image quality in the viewfinder of digital still cameras and video camcorders that is superior to other available electronic viewfinders. The Licensor's viewfinders also have several advantages over standard optical viewfinders, including the ability to properly frame images on the viewfinder of a camera with high optical zoom. Additionally, the microdisplays incorporate proprietary controller and interface features that provide our customers with a highly integrated microdisplay solution that is small in size, low in cost, low in voltage and shortens their product design times. Many of the leading digital still camera and video camcorder brands, including Concord Camera, Hewlett-Packard, JVC, Kyocera, Minolta and Sony, use or have used the Licensor's microdisplays in their electronic viewfinders.

IPSCIO Record ID: 837

License Grant
Licensor hereby grants to Licensee, an Indian company, a non-transferable, worldwide, royalty-bearing right and license under the Patent Rights, the Trade Secrets, the Copyright Rights and other Licensor's Technology to manufacture, use, sell, and offer for sale Products or other Products that Licensor and Licensee may mutually agree upon in writing.
License Property
Licensor has developed and is the owner of technology variously protected by patents, patent applications, know-how and trade secrets, relating to thin flat Low Voltage Phosphor displays (Displays).

Title

Domestic Partners

Patent No.

Issue Date

Filing Date

Application No.

1. Thin Film Planar Edge Emitter

6,590,320

8-Jul-03

Feb. 23, 2000

09/511,437

Field Emission Flat Panel Display (54)*

2.  Field Emission  Display Based on

Lateral Electron Reflections (60B)

6,614,149

Sept. 2, 2003

Mar. 20, 2002

10/102,467

3. Field Emission Matrix Display

Based on Electron Reflections (60A)

6,674,242

Jan. 6, 2004

Mar. 20, 2002

10/102,450

4. Reflective Edge Field Transmission

Pixel and Associated Display (70)

6,693,386

Feb. 17, 2004

Sept. 20, 2002

10/243,894

5. Hybrid Active Matrix Thin Film

Feb. 19, 2004

10/782,580

Transistor Display (73)

6. Hybrid Active Matrix Thin Film

Oct. 27, 2004

10/974,311

Transistor Display (74)

7. Edge Emission Electron Source

Aug. 4, 2005

11/499,841

and TFT Pixel Selection (76)

8. ***

9. Flat Panel Display Incorporating

Mar. 17, 2006

11/378,105

Control Frame (79)

10. Low Volatage Phosphor with

Film Electrons Emitters Display Device (81)

May 4, 2006

11/417,631

Domestic Patents   Patent No.   Issue Date   Filing Date   Application No.
      
11.    Pixel Structure for an Edge-Emitter 7,129,626   Oct. 31, 2006   Mar. 20, 2002   10/102,472
Field-Emission Display (63)    
      
11A.   Pixel Structure for an Edge-Emitter    
Field-Emission Display (63A-CON))  Oct. 30, 2006    11/589,630
      
12. ***  ***    ***
      
13. Apparatus and Method for Evacuating    
a Field Emission Display (83)     Feb. 08, 2007    11/704,173
      
14. Rapid Sealing Method  Feb. 08, 2007    11/704,170
FED (84)      
      
15. Flat Panel Display having a Control Frame    Mar. 16, 2007   11/724,793
Pedestal and Method of Making Same (85)    
      
International Patents    
      
16. Flat Panel Display Incorporating Control      
Frame (79A)    July 11, 2006   PCT/US2006/026761
      
17.  Flat Panel Display Incorporating a Control      
Frame (78A)    August 4, 2006   PCT/US2006/026760
      
18. Edge Emission Electron Source and TFT      
Pixel Selection (76A)    August 4, 2006   PCT/US2006/030937

Field of Use
Licensor's Technology shall have the meaning set forth in the preamble, and shall include nanotube devices for use in displays, as well as thin film electron emitters and shall also include the technical information, know-how, manufacturing techniques, engineering data, specification of materials and other information in the possession of Licensor relating to or in respect of manufacture and use of the Products and all or part of which may be necessary to enable Licensee to manufacture the Products to a standard and quality similar to the standard and quality of Modules.

IPSCIO Record ID: 2169

License Grant
The Company entered into a sale and licensing of intellectual property rights related to the Electronic Film System (EFS).
License Property
EFS is designed to enable 35mm camera owners to shoot digital or traditional photography with equipment they currently own.  EFS is a proprietary digital photography system which includes a self-contained, compact, battery-powered cartridge that fits into the film cavity of a standard 35mm camera thus offering the flexibility to switch between conventional film and digital photography.
Field of Use
Licensee is developer in a variety of fields, including wireless infrared transmission, miniaturized sensors, image processing, digital photography and internet data transmission and switching.

IPSCIO Record ID: 2167

License Grant
The Licensor assigned to the Licensee exclusive rights to its LCD Technology pertaining to the structure, enhancing optics, driving schemes, and mechanical assembly for billboard applications.
License Property
This includes  the inventions and other ideas as set forth in United States Patent No. 5,469,187 and all divisions, continuations, continuation-in-parts, renewals, reissues, substitutes, and extensions thereof, and any related foreign patents and patent applications claiming any part or whole of the LCD Technology.

IPSCIO Record ID: 245970

License Grant
Licensor grants to Licensee an exclusive, non-revocable license to use the Technology to develop, manufacture, have manufactured, use, have used, market, distribute, and/or sell  Licensed Products and to otherwise exploit the Technology within the Licensed Territory and within the Licensed Field, and a non-exclusive, non-revocable license to use the Know-How to develop, manufacture, have manufactured, use, have used, market, distribute, and/or sell or have sold Licensed Products and to otherwise exploit the Know-How within the Licensed Territory and within the Licensed Field. The IP involves a 360 degree visible and infrared spectrum single lens camera platform.  Licensed Field means areas of, relating to or used in military and law enforcement applications.
License Property
Licensor is the sole and exclusive owner of all right, title, and interest in and to the technology  for or relevant to the 360 degree visible and infrared spectrum single lens camera platform.

Technology
All technology, information, intellectual property and other materials for or relevant to the 360 degree visible and infrared spectrum single lens camera platform, including without limitation, all business plans, technical plans, specifications, templates, demonstration versions, hardware, equipment, software, devices, methods, apparatus, and product designs.

Field of Use
“Licensed Field” means areas of, relating to or used in military and law enforcement applications.

The Licensee will be developing a next generation body and head camera that sees behind the user and presents a clear and wide field of view.

IPSCIO Record ID: 7363

License Grant
Licensor hereby grant to Licensee a perpetual sub-licensable, exclusive, worldwide license to make, have made, use, sell, offer for sale and import products and to practice any method under the Intellectual Property (as defined below) in the Markets (as defined below), including but not limited to the use of the Technology for the manufacture and distribution of products, and a non-exclusive license to the same in all other markets outside the Markets.
License Property
Licensor have developed expertise in the area of three-dimensional imaging (the “Field”) and have certain intellectual property, equipment and software in the Field (collectively, referred to as the “Technology”), that 3D-ID is interested in further developing.

The Licensor has developed innovative technologies and products for all aspects of imaging, including capture, processing, display, and enhancement. The Licensor's products range from 3D cameras to surveillance algorithms to integrated facial recognition systems.

Product Description

Shuttle X 3.01 GHZ mini Computer with an EuraCard frame grabber

3D FaceCam, model FACE CAM500-34

3D FaceCam (FC800-688-22651-38105-1279b)

Manfrotto Tripod

Belkin Power strip

WellCam system with monitor and power supply

WellCam camera

WellCam system in Pelican 1490 case

Pelican 1400 case

IMPERX IPX-4M15-L camera

CameraLink power supply

AXIS EVI-D30 12 variable zoom camera

Swann Security c500 CCD color camera

Color TFT LCD monitor

Micro compact KPC CCD camera lenses

Micro compact KPC CCD camera

Power supply adaptors

Network server case

More Power supply adaptors

Three level camera ring with 19 KPC-EX20H cameras

One level camera ring with 5 or 6 KPC-EX20H cameras

SOS-4 Vision system

SOS vision system (model IS 1)

Small Pelican case

AirPlus Xtreme G wireless router

Netgear Prosafe 8 port Gigabit switch (GS108)

More power supply adaptors

Battery Lithium MnO2 BA 5390/u

More power supply adaptors

Utilitech motion sensor control #182164

Sets of SOS cables

SOS power supply
DPTex Passive Infrared Detector CX-702

DS ATO Gateway

SH-5316-BZ Motion Sensor

Marshall Electronics V-LCD4-Pro-l High resolution 4” LCD monitor

Camera Ring mechanical structure for 8 sensors

S.BATT12.6 battery

Small Electronic chips

Archer Filed personal computer

STUDS SOS Vision Systems

Pelican 1150 cases

Genex camera system with two big grey cameras

Camera vision system with 3 KPC-EX20H cameras

AXIS 2120 Network Camera

IQeye3 Camera system from IQinVision

Software and Trademarks:
WellCam
STUDS
SOS
Cerberus
FaceCam
3D SketchArtist
3D FaceMap
3D FaceMatch
3D Enroll

Patent Title
Serial/Patent/

Registration Number

Method and Apparatus for High
6,064,423

Resolution Three Dimensional Display

Omni-Directional Cameras
D436,612

High Speed Three Dimensional
6,028,672

Imaging Method

Method and System for Three-Dimensional
6,700,669

Imaging Using Light Pattern Having

Multiple Sub-Patterns

Method And Apparatus for Omnidirectional
6,744,569

Three Dimensional Imaging

Face Recognition System and Method
7,221,809

A System and a Method for Three-Dimensional Imaging Systems
7,349,104

Method and Apparatus for an Interactive
7,098,872

Volumetric Three Dimensional Display

Face Recognition System and Method
7,876,931

Method and Apparatus for Omni-Directional
7,940,299

Video Surveillance System

A System and a Method for a
7,358,498

Smart Surveillance System

A High Speed Three Dimensional
6,147,760

Imaging Method

Method And Apparatus for Modeling Via a
6,819,318

Three-Dimensional Image Mosaic System

Method and System for a Three
7,804,997

Dimensional Facial Recognition System

Method and Apparatus for Omnidirectional
6,304,285

Three-Dimensional Imaging

Method and Apparatus for Generating Structural Pattern Illumination
6,937,348

Field of Use
The Licensee is a technology company that is focused on products, solutions, and services that have a need for biometric secure access control. The Licensee has three distinct lines of business that we believe will form our company: law enforcement; m-commerce; and biometric access control applications.
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