Royalty Report: Scientific & Technical Instruments, Security, Test/Monitoring – Collection: 26742

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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 10

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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 10

Primary Industries

  • Scientific & Technical Instruments
  • Security
  • Test/Monitoring
  • Defense/Military
  • Drugs
  • Diagnostic
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Diagnostic Substances
  • Electrical & Electronics
  • Oil & Gas Extraction
  • Specialty

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 26742

License Grant
The Company has the exclusive right from the University to the use the patented technology in the security market (including drugs/explosives and biohazard detection), in the hardware and software markets (including pattern detection process controls), and in the healthcare market (including human analyte quantification and detection), but not for monitoring the quality of lubricating fluids.  Exclusive license for the security, hardware, software, and healthcare fields was granted to develop and market a proprietary line of sensors to detect the presence of bio-terrorism threats, explosives and contraband narcotics. Licensee is a U.S. corporation, licensor a U.S. university.
License Property
The technology is in development stage with the development of a prototype for a handheld device that will detect anthrax spores in conjunction with a contract manufacturer that it plans to use to manufacture the product.  It is a noninvasive or remote mode of detection that provides an instantaneous response.

IPSCIO Record ID: 25897

License Grant
The Licensee, a fully owned Subsidiary, entered into a License Agreement with the Licensor, an Israeli based company. Pursuant to the Agreement, the Licensee, under certain terms and conditions as set forth within the Agreement, acquired an exclusive, worldwide, perpetual License to the patents and related know-how owned by the Licensor, which involves technology being developed to be used for the collection of explosive traces.  As a result of the Agreement, the Licensee is considered the successor entity of the Licensor. The Company is currently developing innovative security technologies and solutions for explosives detection, a growth segment of the US and global homeland security market.
License Property
The Company’s systems are designed to improve the screening and detection of explosives, narcotics, biological contaminants and other hazardous materials.
Field of Use
The rights granted apply to the security market.

IPSCIO Record ID: 6145

License Grant
The Company, a private nonprofit applied science and technology development company, hereby grants to Licensee the exclusive right and license to manufacture, use, sell or offer for sale Products in the Fields outlined in the Agreement. This grant includes the right to have manufactured for Licensee, and the further right to grant sublicenses to others of the same scope as the grant.

The Licensee has also been granted a 24-month right of first refusal to negotiate a patent license agreement with the Licensor for its proprietary technology relating to the detection of biological warfare agents in security applications, such as anthrax, cholera, ebola, plague, ricin, smallpox and tularemia.

License Property
Licensee licenses certain patent rights relating to the detection of unexploded ordnance, and in connection therewith, the Licensor has granted the Licensee the exclusive right to manufacture, use, sell, offer for sale and sublicense yet to be developed products incorporating the licensed patents, relating to all (a) chemical vapor detection and (b) the detection of unexploded ordnance, including bombs, grenades, rockets and other unexploded devices.

PROPRIETARY RIGHTS

5,445,008 Microbar Sensor

5,719,324 Improved Microbar Sensor

5,918,263 Microcantilever Detector for Explosives

6,545,495 Method and Apparatus for Self-Calibration of Capacitive Sensors

6,167,748 A Cacpacitively Readout Multi-Element Sensor Array with Common-Mode Cancellation

11/052,556/ 60/600,760 Non-Optical Explosive Sensor Based on a Two-Track Piezoresistive Microcantilever Design

S/N 11/059,170 Chemically-Functionalized Microcantilevers for Detection of Chemical, Biological, and Explosive, Material
11/152,627 Gold Thiolate And Photochemically Functionalized Microcantilevers Using Molecular Recognition Agents

Field of Use
'Field 1' shall mean chemical vapor detection for security applications (for example, detection of explosives for airport security).

'Field 2' shall mean detection of unexploded ordnance including bombs, grenades, shells, rockets and other explosive devices either placed as mines or fallen as projectiles whether buried or camouflaged.

'Field 3' shall mean detection of biological warfare agents in security applications. Examples of such biological agents are
|X|      Anthrax
|X|      Botulinum Toxins
|X|      Brucellosis
|X|      Cholera
|X|      Clostridium Perfringes Toxins
|X|      Congo-Crimean Hemorrhagic Fever
|X|      Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever
|X|      Plague
|X|      Q Fever
|X|      Ricin
|X|      Rift Valley Fever
|X|      Saxitoxin
|X|      Smallpox
|X|      Staphylococcal Enterotoxin B
|X|      Trichothecene Mycotoxins
|X|      Tularemia
|X|      Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis
devices.

IPSCIO Record ID: 6012

License Grant
Licensor, a private nonprofit applied science and technology development company, hereby grants to Licensee the sole commercial right and license to use, sell or offer for sale the Process or to manufacture, use, sell or offer for sale, or to have manufactured or distributed for Licensee, the Products in the field of use of Detection of unexploded ordnance including bombs, grenades, shells, rockets and other explosive devices either placed as mines or fallen as projectiles whether buried or camouflaged.
License Property
PROPRIETARY RIGHTS

1.   U.S. Patent Serial Number 5,445,008 entitled 'Microbar Sensor,'  issued on August 29, 1995.

2.   U.S. Patent Serial Number 5,719,324 entitled 'Microcantilever Sensor,' issued February 17, 1998.

3.   U.S. Patent Serial Number 5,918,263, entitled 'Microcantilever Detector for Explosives,' issued June 29, 1999.

Field of Use
The Products in the field of use of Detection of unexploded ordnance including bombs, grenades, shells, rockets and other explosive devices either placed as mines or fallen as projectiles whether buried or camouflaged.
This field of use shall not include explosives detection for security applications (for example, airport security).

IPSCIO Record ID: 26736

License Grant
Caltech hereby grants to Licensee the following licenses (a) an exclusive license under the Exclusively licensed Patent Rights to make, have made, import, use, sell, and offer for sale, licensed Products in the Field throughout the world; and (b) a nonexclusive, license under the Technology to make, have made, import, use, sell, offer for sale, reproduce, distribute, display, perform, create derivative works of, and otherwise exploit Licensed Products in the Field throughout the world.

Licensee also has the right to grant sublicenses to third parties.

License Property
The technology involves Bacterial Endospore Quantification using Lathanide Dipicolinate.  Other technology includes imaging bacterial spores using Tb-DPA luminescence assay and APS imaging; and lateral flow immunoassay for bacterial spore detection using Lanthanide Luminescence.  Bacterial spore detection / bio-terrorism detection technology – proprietary products, processes and services for use in the detection of pathogens, spores, and biological warfare agents.

Inventions described in CIT-3596 and CIT-3596-PCT that are not subject to this license
NPO 30444 117/2002 Live/Dead Assay for Bacterial Spores
NPO 30642 7/11/2002 Imaging Bacterial Spores Using Tb-DPA Luminescence Assay and APS Imaging
NPO 30684 9127/2002 Unattended Monitoring of Aerosolized Bacterial Spores
NPO 30469 11812002 Lateral Flow Immunoassay for Bacterial Spore Detection using Lanthanide Luminescence

Field of Use
Field means detection of pathogens, spores, and biological warfare agents.

IPSCIO Record ID: 2260

License Grant
Licensor hereby grants Vivid (i) a perpetual, exclusive, worldwide license to utilize the Base Technology, Patents and Know-how to design, develop, improve, enhance, manufacture, market and sell the Original Product and (ii) a perpetual, nonexclusive, worldwide license to utilize the Base Technology, Patents and Know-how to design, develop, improve, enhance, manufacture, market and sell the Additional Product.  Licensee may not use the Base Technology, Patents and Know-how for any other purpose.
License Property
'Product' shall mean collectively (i) any X-ray screening security system embodying the Base Technology and/or the Patents that is capable of screening luggage, cargo, parcels, mail, personal effects and other similar items for contraband, including without limitation explosives, drugs and currency (the 'Original Product'), or (ii) any X-ray screening system embodying the Base Technology and/or the Patents that is capable of being used for process control applications in the food and/or beverage industry (the 'Additional Product').
Field of Use
The Licensee whereby Licensee  obtained the license to utilize certain of the Licensor's QDR technology and patents for the sole purpose of developing baggage and inspection security systems for explosives, drugs, currency and other contraband (the Exclusive License).

IPSCIO Record ID: 4352

License Grant
As part of the settlement of this dispute, the Company entered into non-exclusive, non-sublicensable right and license agreement with the Licensor, a German-based competitor, for the use of U.S. Patent No. 5,654,498 issued August 5, 1997 and entitled Device for the Selective Detection of a Component in a Gas Mixture.
Field of Use
The Licensee is a global provider of rapidly deployable connected, intelligent gas detection systems that enable real-time safety and security threat detection.

IPSCIO Record ID: 256628

License Grant
LICENSOR, a not-for-profit corporation, hereby grants and agrees to grant to Canadian LICENSEE and LICENSEE an exclusive and nonassignable, except as hereinafter specified, license under the PATENT RIGHTS in the LICENSED FIELD to make, to have made, to Use and to Sell LICENSED PRODUCTS Class I in the country or countries in which the PATENT RIGHTS are or shall be in effect and in each such country's territories and possessions, to the full end of the term or terms for which the PATENT RIGHTS are or shall be issued, unless sooner terminated as hereinafter provided.
License Property
Patent pertains to certain invention or discovery entitled 'Ion Mobility Spectrometers'
Field of Use
'LICENSED FIELD' means the making, using and selling of an IMS Security Device or an IMS Security System, but in no event shall it include the Excluded Field.  The ion mobility spectrometry (IMS) analytical processes are for explosives detection and drug detection.

'IMS Security Device' means an ion mobility spectrometer specifically designed for and suitable for use as a security detection device for use at security check points, for example, at border stations by customs agents and others, at embassies, and at military installation and at airports and the like and which is suitable for detecting (I) explosive vapors (EGDN, DNT, NG, PETN, TNT, and RDX) , controlled substances (codeine, cocaine, heroin, opiates, antidepressants, and other related compounds).

IPSCIO Record ID: 7139

License Grant
Canadian Licensor hereby grants to Licensee a royalty bearing, exclusive license to develop and commercialize applications of the Licensed Products and improvements thereto in the United States of America as per the License Field.
License Property
Licensor owns and has the right to grant sub Licenses under certain patents, patent applications, technology, trade secrets, data, know-how and other intellectual property relating to electromagnetic signal detection and is willing to grant an exclusive sub-License for the development and commercialization of the Licensed Products in the United States of America

The assignment agreement further includes applicable technology and proprietary signal processing techniques resulting from specific research into the detection of reflected signals from explosive threats via the use of artificial electromagnetic (EM) field  and/or  electrostatic  (ES)  field  illumination  and  stimulation,  including  USPTO application number 81/331,696 and any subsequent patent applications that may be filed thereon.

Technology Suite
1.) Velocity compensated deferential electromagnetic sensor (linear line source & sensor) for electrodynamic anomaly detection at short standoff distances (<6');
2.) Pulsed differential electrostatic sensor (linear line source & sensor) for electrodynamic anomaly detection at short standoff distances (<6');
3.) RDS Gen. III miniature electromagnetometer / differential gradiometer for the sensing of weak low-frequency electromagnetic radiation / emissions;
4.) Intelligent pulsed electromagnetometer exciter module (point source) for near-field conductive surface stimulus;
5.) intelligent high-voltage gradient inducing exciter module (point source);
6.) Intelligent auto-biasing / balancing free-floating electrostatic gradiometer (point sensor);
7.) Several RDS proprietary high-speed and high-resolution (24 bits) analog to digital data acquisition front end modules/systems (including, Wi-Fi, Ethernet end optical communications links);
8.) Several RDS proprietary signal processing applications / suites (filtering, correlation, extraction, analysis & classification), software developed in C++, Dynamic C, Visual C++ and Labview etc.;
9.) Electrodynamic crimping technology for emergency electrodynamic capping of oil and gas pipes and wells utilizing enhanced zeta and theta pinch effects for annular wellbore / wellpipe closure;

Applications
The above technologies and techniques can be combined to provide for the following various Industry applications (development time frames range from 3 to 4 months per)
1.) EMRAC (Electromagnetic Radiation Analyzer & Classifier) system for the detection of illicit power usage/consumption, as well as the detection of marijuana grow operations, methamphetamine production labs, and DVD/CD counterfeiting operations, 3+7+8;( in production )
2.) Ground based mobile precious/base metal survey system, 3+4+5+6+7+8;
3.) Ground-based vehicle mounted mobile roadway / roadside IED detection system, 3+4+5+6+7+8;
4.) Portal-based person-borne IED (PBIED) detection system, 5+6+7+8
5.) Portal-based person-borne contraband detection system, 5+6+7+8;
6.) Wide-area person-borne IED (PBIED) and luggage concealed IED and contraband detection system, 5+6+7+8;
7.) Intelligent Field mill, for atmospheric and earthquake/volcano electric field research, 6+7+8;
8.) Inspection system for steel-cord reinforced conveyer belting, 1+2+7+8;
9.) Inspection system for bridge/overpass/foundation concrete reinforcing steel, 1+2+7+8;
10.) Inspection system for elevator/hoist wire ropes, 1-p2+7+8,
11.) Inspection system for ship hull weld seams, 1+2+7+8;
12.) Inspection system for airframes, 1+2+7+8;
13.) Inspection system for all tanks. 1+2+7+8;
14.) Inspection system for steel-cord radial tires, 1+2+7+8;
15.) High-speed inspection system for steel railroad rails, 1+2+7+8;
16.) Dielectric 3D gradiometer/Imaging system for human X-ray pre-screening, 5+6+7+8
17.) Human heartbeat sensing system for the detection of the presence of Live humans in disaster/rescue and hostage situations, 3+7+8;
18.) Dielectric gradiometer/Imaging system for crop growth stress evaluation, 5+6+7+8.
19.) Emergency prevention of run-away oil and gas pipeline leaks, 9

Field of Use
The License pertains to the EMRAC electromagnetic field (EMF)  vector gradiometer method and apparatus as disclosed in a pending US patent application and all copyrighted firmware and software associated therewith.

The License Field The exclusive application of the Licensed Product throughout and Improvement for Security; Police; Defense,; Military and Industrial use in the United States of America and its Territories.

IPSCIO Record ID: 256960

License Grant
The Licensor grants to the Licensee, to the extent of Licensed Field 1 and 2 and the Licensed Territory, a nonexclusive commercial license to make, have made, use, import and sell Licensed Products and Licensed Services and practice Licensed Processes in the field of fiber optic detection. License Includes US Patent 9,123,520 and 10,119,937.
In Licensed Field 3 and the Licensed Territory the Licenses is an exclusive commercial license to make, have made, use, import and sell Licensed Products and Services and practice Licensed Processes.
License Property
US Patent #9,123,520;10,119,937 for fiber-optic sensing technology.
Field of Use
FIELD 1 means and is limited to explosives detection when combined with a quadrupole or ion trap mass spectrometer, or with an ion mobility spectrometer.

FIELD 2 means and is limited to illicit drug detection when combined with a quadrupole or ion trap mass spectrometer, or with an ion mobility spectrometer.

FIELD 3 means and is limited to chemical warfare agent detection when combined with a quadrupole or ion trap mass spectrometer, or with an ion mobility spectrometer.

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