Royalty Report: Electrical & Electronics, Energy Resources & Svcs, Battery – Collection: 26729


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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 8


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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 8

Primary Industries

  • Electrical & Electronics
  • Energy Resources & Svcs
  • Battery
  • Fabrication
  • Alternative and Renewable Energy
  • Solar
  • Advertising
  • Material Composite
  • Consumer Household Goods
  • Semiconductors
  • Lighting
  • Molecular

IPSCIO Report Record List

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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.

IPSCIO Record ID: 2295

License Grant
Licensor has granted New Zealand Licensee a non-exclusive worldwide license to use Licensor’s thin film technology and manufacturing methods solely as it relates to lithium-ion batteries.
License Property
Licensed Patents are 4,794,059-Lightweight Solid Rechargeable Batteries, 5,006,431-Solid State Polymer Electrolyte for Batteries, etc.  Lightweight solid state rechargeable alkaline metal or alkaline earth metal batteries which includes a base current collector and carrier of carbon fiber construction.  A solid state polymer electrolyte which is formed by mixing an ultraviolet light or electronbeam curable epoxide based polymer with an electrolyte and curing the mixture whereby the polymer cross links and forms a solid state or semi-solid state electrolyte.
Field of Use
The rights granted apply to the battery market.

IPSCIO Record ID: 6067

License Grant
The Licensor, a corporation 100% owned by the Licensee’s Chief Executive Officer,  has assigned to the Licensee the Patent and the inventions created using those rights pursuant to an Assignment.
License Property
Invention(s) means Substrate With Light Display; described in U.S. Patent Application No. 60/608,783, U.S. Patent Application No. 11/219,164 U.S. Patent Application No. 60/617,263 and U.S. Patent Application No. 60/804,224 and any related patents or patent applications. A display with light elements comprises a substrate layer and a display layer. The substrate layer comprises a power source, light elements interconnected to the power source, and a controller interconnected to both. The substrate layer may be formed of flexible material. The controller activates at least a first light element to a different illumination state relative to at least a second light element. The display layer covers a substantial portion of the substrate and contains text and/or graphics covering a portion thereof. The display layer may be formed of flexible material. The light elements are visible through the display layer. The power source may include a solar cell and/or a battery. When both a battery and solar cell are used the solar cell may recharge the battery to operate the light elements and controller in low light conditions.  The Company is developing solar and non-solar powered substrates that permit sign-quality graphics to be run through printers with electric lighting embedded in the substrate.

For example, retail establishments such as grocery stores and convenience stores generally use numerous different types of displays both for advertising and for conveying information. The displays may be shelf tags indicating a product and a price, floor displays, window displays, and numerous others. Similarly, posters may be used as displays for numerous types of establishments, including retail establishments, theaters, food service establishments, and many public or governmental displays to convey various types of information. Furthermore, numerous different types of vehicle-mounted displays exist, such as bumper stickers, window stickers, and others. Other types of vehicle-mounted displays include advertising displays mounted on the interior and/or exterior portions of vehicles, including taxi vehicles and public transit vehicles such as buses and trains. Displays may also be fixed to benches, buildings, street or lampposts, and hanging banners, to name but a few examples. [Para 4] Generally, such displays are static displays that are printed in a fixed manner. For example, a poster may have a printed display portion including text and/or graphics for use in an advertising promotion.

Field of Use
The Buyer is a Nevada corporation engaged in the business of providing energy-efficient and sustainable energy solutions by developing and implementing technology in three main areas  light emitting diode (LED) lighting, solar energy and infrared. Through its wholly-owned subsidiary, EvoLucia Lighting, Inc., the Company is developing and selling environmentally responsible, energy efficient lighting products that are based on the latest and most efficient light emitting diode (LED) technologies. The Company, through its wholly-owned subsidiary, has also developed technologies in the solar energy arena that improve the efficiency of solar energy production and delivery and have the potential for bringing solar power more quickly to grid parity.  The Company has also developed mercury cadmium telluride infrared cells that increase efficiencies in infrared technology and may provide opportunities for commercial applications of that technology.

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: 27829

License Grant
The Company entered into a License Agreement with the University whereby the Company will have a limited exclusive License to Integrated Power Source patents.
License Property
Two patents cover a compact power source that produces electricity from solar energy. Designed to be thin and extremely flexible, the self-contained power source can fit a variety of applications – even taking the shape of the device it powers.

The invention enables batteries in small electronic appliances to be charged and deliver power more effectively.  The patents are for the solar powered cell phone and iPod chargers.

IPSCIO Record ID: 219597

License Grant
Pursuant to the Joint Venture agreement, upon the Japanese Licensor granting of sublicense to the New Joint Venture relating to LEP Polymer or ink containing the LEP Polymer.
License Property
The Licensor owns or controls technology regarding devices and related materials related to Polymer Light Emitting Diodes (PLED) and wish to cooperate with Licensee in order to facilitate the development and commercialization of PLED Materials in connection with the early establishment of the PLED industry.

“PLED Materials” means light emitting materials, materials related to light emission and ink formulations thereof. The term PLED Materials includes, but is not limited to

light emitting polymers, dendrimers and hybrids;

hole transport materials;

interlayer materials and buffer layer materials; and

ink formulations thereof.

Licensor is the owner of certain inventions relating to dendrimer materials, in respect of which Licensor has obtained and made applications for patent protection in various countries.

Licensor has acquired the exclusive right to sub-license certain inventions relating to dendrimer materials, in respect of which patent protection has been obtained or applied for in various countries.

Dendrimer means a molecule comprising one light emitting core and at least one conjugated and branched chain.

The products mean Dendrimers, Hybrids, Blends, Polymer Metal Complexes, Light Emitting Metal Complexes and Special Blends.

Field of Use
This agreement is for the field of light emitting materials and devices where light Is used as a means of communicating information to a display medium and the production of light for general illumination or other light applications including photovoltaic and other non-display/lighting organic semiconductor applications.

Our P-OLED technology has the potential to drive OLED adoption by significantly lowering the cost of producing OLED displays. P-OLED materials are solution processable, which enables them to be deposited on panels using processes such as high precision ink jet printing.

P-OLED materials can form stable solutions in organic solvents, making inks which can be deposited in pixel patterns using ink-jet and other printing techniques. Low-cost spin-coating is also available for monochrome or area color displays.

P-OLEDs are part of the family of Organic Light Emitting Diodes, or OLEDs, which are matrixes of organic diodes that emit light when an electric current flows. OLEDs are thin, lightweight and power efficient devices used in flat panel displays, or FPDs, and other applications. P-OLEDs offer an enhanced visual experience compared with alternative FPD technologies, such as liquid crystal displays, or LCD.

IPSCIO Record ID: 5262

License Grant
Licensor, a New Zealand company grants to Licensee of New Zealand the sole and exclusive rights to exploit the Patents and the Products (Products comprising polymer compounds for use as electrolytes in battery applications) owned by Licensor or exclusively licensed or assigned to Licensor.
License Property
Products means the polymer products described in the Patents for use as electrolytes in battery applications which have been developed by or licensed or assigned to Licensor.  Lithium Conducting Electrolyte-Application No. PQ3895.
Field of Use
The rights granted apply for the use in battery applications.

IPSCIO Record ID: 1600

License Grant
The Company acquired two technology license agreements consist of the rights to patented technology and related technical information for battery; rechargeable lithium batteries for use in a wide array of applications from an undisclosed Licensor.
Field of Use
The Company has been focusing on the commercialization of its advanced rechargeable batteries which are based on its proprietary lithium-ion solid-polymer technology and are integrated into consumer electronic applications such as portable computers and cellular telephones.
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