Royalty Report: Electrical & Electronics, Lighting, Consumer Household Goods – Collection: 26364


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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 6


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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 6

Primary Industries

  • Electrical & Electronics
  • Lighting
  • Consumer Household Goods
  • Consumer Electronics
  • Energy Resources & Svcs
  • Battery

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 26364

License Grant
The current Licensee acquired the license through an acquired subsidiary.  The Licensor (University) grants an exclusive license to market products using EL technology (Electroluminescent Technology).
License Property
The technology works by encasing phosphor powder in a polyester film.  When an electrical current is applied to the film, the phosphor molecules emit a light that is brighter than neon but generates virtually no heat. By adding pigments to the phosphor powder, different colors of light can be created.  The resulting lamp is flexible and thin as paper and can be made in virtually any size or shape, making it adaptable to a wide variety of applications.  The proprietary products use battery-powered EL panels and strips that emit a high-intensity light but are cool to the touch.  Applications for this technology include products designed to enhance the safety of bicyclists, construction workers and emergency service personnel.  In addition, because of its bright, cool light, EL is ideal for applications where other light sources might create a fire hazard such as backlighting wristwatches and instrument panels in cars, boats and airplanes.

IPSCIO Record ID: 7713

License Grant
Licensor hereby grants to the Canadian Licensee under all Licensed Patents, an exclusive, irrevocable, non-transferable, and non-assignable right and license within the Territory, for Licensee and its Approved Affiliates to make, use, sell, offer for sale, and import the Covered Products and Services in the Electroluminescent field.
License Property
Licensor is the owner of all right, title, and interest in the Licensed Patents regarding  next-generation electroluminescent lighting technology. The patented technology enables thin, flexible, crushable, water resistant lighting systems to be incorporated into product applications across multiple markets.

“Licensed Patents” means 5,856,030 Elastomeric Electroluminescent Lamp

Field of Use
The Licensee is an Investment and consulting firm.

IPSCIO Record ID: 4666

License Grant
On the Confirmation Date, under the settlement agreement, the Debtors shall grant an exclusive license agreement for the geographic region of Canada to Company with respect to the Elastolite Patents that are owned by the Debtor. The license agreement shall be consistent with reasonably commercial terms, and shall be governed by Canadian law.
License Property
The Debtor is a developer of electroluminescent lighting technology. ELastoLite®, enables thin, flexible, crushable, water resistant lighting systems to be incorporated into  product applications across multiple markets.

Elastolite® was created to replace conventional EL with a highly malleable, flexible, and economical elastomeric EL lamp technology that could be applied directly to fabrics for safety purposes. This concept required lamps that were ultra-thin, extremely flexible, washable, crushable, formable, elastic, and heat resistant. To accomplish this formidable goal, the ink formulas and manufacturing processes of conventional EL would need to be restructured.

IPSCIO Record ID: 2933

License Grant
The Company and Boston University entered into a Settlement and License Agreement with the Licensee, in which the parties agreed to settle their pending patent infringement litigation and to dismiss all claims and counterclaims in the suits. As part of the settlement, the Company granted the Licensee a License to the Company and University patents at issue in the litigation.  The Licensee is required to purchase a certain portion of its LED chip requirements from the Company beginning July 1, 2010 through the end of the term of the Agreement.
License Property
Our LED chip products include blue and green devices made from GaN and related materials. LED chips or die are solid-state electronic components used in a number of applications and are currently available in a variety of brightness levels, wavelengths (color) and sizes. We use our LED chips in the manufacturing of our LED components. Our customers use our blue and green high-brightness LED chips in a variety of applications including video screens, gaming displays such as pachinko, function indicator lights and automotive backlighting.  Some of our customers combine our blue LED chips with phosphors to create white LEDs, which are used in various applications for indoor and outdoor illumination, and backlighting, including the backlight for full-color display screens, LCD backlighting, white keypads and the camera flash function.
Field of Use
The rights granted apply to the use of the LED chips in the manufacturing of the LED components in a variety of applications.

IPSCIO Record ID: 2792

License Grant
The undisclosed Licensor has granted a nonexclusive right to use its patented phosphor in the manufacture and distribution of certain white light LED lighting devices.

IPSCIO Record ID: 26729

License Grant
The Licensor (Norway) hereby grants to Licensee an exclusive, right and license under the Subject Technology to make, use, market, sell and offer for sale Licensed Products in the Territory to be defined by the parties.
License Property
The Licensor is a technology company developing proprietary methods of producing flat, flexible, fluorescent lighting, light emitting polymer displays and flat flexible batteries.  This process eliminates the need for mercury vapor, enabling an inexpensive, safer, environmentally friendly replacement for the current fluorescent lighting used in computers, television and industrial applications, to deliver higher brightness, longer life, flexibility, and energy efficiency. Market demand at present is being met by, tubular fluorescent lighting, tubular neon lighting, and light emitting diode signs.  

The Licensor is currently developing a flat, flexible, screen-printed method of producing batteries to be incorporated into printed display applications utilizing screen-printed polymer lighting.  This proprietary system will address the need for applications with limited space requiring increased flexibility such as printed ads.

Field of Use
The exclusive rights granted apply  in computers, television and industrial applications.
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