Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 5
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IPSCIO Record ID: 2694
IPSCIO Record ID: 27070
The Gripper is a product worn on hands and feet to enable the user to climb or traverse any steel surface. It is a lightweight magnetic device (each Gripper weighs only 1.5 pounds) that attaches to any ferromagnetic material, such as iron, steel, or their alloys. It fastens smoothly to a surface and can be attached or detached with only one hand or foot. Using a set of four Grippers on the hands and feet the user can climb a vertical surface, releasing and repositioning the Grippers as he ascends. Wearing Grippers, a person can move up, down, or sideways.
'Patent Rights' means the Universityâ€™s rights arising from U.S. Patent Application Serial Number 07/870,965, filed April 20, 1992, Magnetic Gripper Device, now U.S. Patent 5,192,155, issued March 9, 1993, including any continuing-applications thereof including divisions and reissues (but not including continuations-in-part); any patents issuing on the applications or continuing applications; and any corresponding foreign patents or patent applications.
IPSCIO Record ID: 25970
IPSCIO Record ID: 25833
The new Agreement expanded the scope and territory of the Company's rights to permit the Company to sell turnkey AGV systems to end users on a worldwide basis, and continues its rights to sub-License the technology to OEMs in North America but on a non-exclusive basis. The 2000 License Agreement continues to allow the Company to distribute the Licensor laser technology as described above in North America.
AGV systems are Automatic Guided Vehicle Systems AGVs are computer-controlled, driverless vehicles that are programmed to transport materials through designated pickup and delivery routines within a particular facility (usually a manufacturing or distribution facility) and to transmit system status, inventory tracking and control and other information.
Its specialty is to integrate Tailor-Made Automatic Guided Vehicles (AGVs) with other types of automation equipment, particularly loading, unloading and packaging technologies, to provide a unique, integrated, automation solution. It sells these systems directly to end-users and also as a subcontractor to suppliers of larger automation solutions.
IPSCIO Record ID: 1478