Royalty Report: Scientific & Technical Instruments, Test/Monitoring, Security – Collection: 291127

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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 17

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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 17

Primary Industries

  • Scientific & Technical Instruments
  • Test/Monitoring
  • Security
  • Semiconductors
  • Biological Materials
  • Detection
  • Electrical & Electronics
  • Energy & Environment
  • Energy Resources & Svcs
  • Unspecified
  • Material Composite
  • Defense/Military
  • Oil & Gas Extraction
  • Fiber Optics
  • Construction
  • Specialty

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 291127

License Grant
The Canadian University grants to Licensee the exclusive right and license in the Territory for the Field of Use to practice under the Patent Rights and Know-How, and to the extent not prohibited by other patents, to make, have made, use, maintain, execute, copy, market, lease and sell Licensed Products during the Agreement Term.
License Property
A patent application was filed for the Universal Gas Detector technology (priority claimed by United States Provisional Application 60/041,653).

Universal Gas Sensor Patent Application Filed Non-provisional United States patent application entitled A Universal Gas Sensor for the Selective Detection of Toxic Chemicals and Combustable Gases

Field of Use
The technology is intended to selectively detect any reducing gas or oxidizing gas and/or their vapors, and involves a detecting system that can be designed to use any commercially available sensor head.

The Licensee's sensors are used for detection of hydrogen, the most plentiful element on the earth. Hydrogen is one of two major elements of water, which covers over 60% of the planet.

IPSCIO Record ID: 27499

License Grant
The University hereby grants to the Licensee an exclusive license in the Field of Use, including the right to sublicense under the Patent Rights to make, have made, use, Sell, offer for Sale, import Licensed Products, and to practice the Licensed Method in the United States and in other countries where the University may lawfully grant such licenses.

The University also grant to the Licensee, so long as it retains exclusive rights under this Agreement, the right to issue Sublicenses.

License Property
Whereas, certain inventions are characterized as 'Chemical Nanowire Sensor Arrays' ('Invention');
Whereas, the Invention covered under UC Case Number 2004-177 ('Bio-receptor Embedded Conductive Polymer Nanowire Sensor Arrays');
Whereas, the Invention covered under UC Case Number 2007-108 ('Metal Nanoparticles Decorated Carbon Nanotubes for Gas Sensors');
Whereas, certain of the Inventions covered under UC Case Numbers 2010-170 ('Synthesis of Nanopeapods by Galvanic Displacement of Segmented Nanowires') and 2010-240 ('Metal and Metal Oxides Co-Functionalization SWNT's as High Performance Gas Sensors');

The License was granted within certain fields of use relating to “Bio-receptor Embedded Conductive Polymer Nanowire Sensor Arrays”, “Metal Nanoparticles Decorated Carbon Nanotubes for Gas Sensors”, the “Synthesis of Nanopeapods by Galvanic Displacement of Segmented Nanowires”, “Metal and Metal Oxides Co-Functionalization SWNT’s as High Performance Gas Sensors”, “Ultra-Sensitive Gas Sensors Based on Tellurium-Single Walled Carbon Nanotube Hybrid Nanostructures” and “Selective Nanoscale Asymmetric Gas Sensors”.

The license relates to patented and patent-pending sensor technologies based on nano materials that can detect airborne gases to the parts-per-billion (PPB) level.

'Patent Rights' means the University's interest in the Valid Claims of the United States patents and patent applications, corresponding foreign patents and patent applications and any reissues, extensions, substitutions, continuations, divisions, and continuation-in-part applications (but only those Valid Claims in the continuation-in-part applications that are entirely supported in the specification and entitled to the priority date of the parent application) based on the following

'Bio-receptor Embedded Conductive Polymer Nanowire Sensor Arrays' filed on October 25, 2005, United States Patent Application Serial Number 11/259,557, assigned to The Regents (UC Case Number 2004-177-2);
'Metal Nanoparticles Decorated Carbon Nanotubes for Gas Sensors' filed on September 11, 2007, United States Patent Application Serial Number 12/514,050, assigned to The Regents (UC Case Number 2007-108-2);
'Synthesis of Nanopeapods by Galvanic Displacement of Segmented Nanowires' to be filed shortly and assigned to The Regents (UC Case Number 2010-170); and
'Metal and Metal Oxides Co-Functionalization SWNT's as High Performance Gas Sensors' to be filed shortly and assigned to The Regents (UC Case Number 2010-240).

Field of Use
'Field of Use' means the use of the Licensed Products and the Licensed Methods for chemical detection using carbon nanotube-based sensory arrays. Any use of the Licensed Products for other than chemical detection is excluded from the Field of Use.

The Licensee will try to commercialize patented and patent-pending sensor technologies based on nano materials that can detect airborne gases to the parts-per-billion level to be used in air quality monitoring, explosives detection, industrial plant toxic gas detection, gaseous chemical warfare agent detection, food and agricultural safety hazard detection and other applications.

IPSCIO Record ID: 28458

License Grant
The exclusive license granted by Licensor to Licensee to use the Patents. The Licensor, an Individual hereby agrees to sell, assign, transfer and convey to the Canadian Company (Licensee), and Company hereby agrees to purchase and accept from Individual all rights and interest in the Intellectual Property, any applications derived there from, and all Intellectual Property Rights pertaining thereto.  Individual holds the legal and beneficial right title and interest in and to certain sensor detection technology and products which have been patented and/or have pending patents (collectively the Intellectual Property) and wishes to sell all of the interest in the Intellectual Property.
License Property
Patent Rights
U.S. Patent Number 6,661,346, titled Gas, fire and earthquake detector
Canadian Patent Number 2,170,561 titled Gas, fire and earthquake detector

Intellectual Property
Patent numbers for gas, fire and earthquake detection
Patent Canadian – 2170561
US – 08-811059
European – 97913052.3

Canadian patent for excess gas flow, earthquake, gas and smoke detection and shut off valve – 2308938.

Gas – There are four gas product models available. Here is a brief description of one of them
The 2000 Series Gas and Carbon Monoxide detector sends out a wireless RF signal to the valve if an alarm occurs. This signal format for the wireless valve is standardized with the Gas Guardianâ„¢ Gas Leak Protection System, which means that any sensor that works with the Gas Guardianâ„¢ Gas Leak Protection System is fully compatible with this wireless valve and can be easily added to the system.  The wireless valve is powered by an internal battery which will last more than 5-years under normal operating conditions.

Seismic –  There are three seismic products available. Here is brief description of one of them
QMI reduces the concern with the RF Quakeâ„¢ wireless system, designed to shut-off your gas in the event of an earthquake. Linked to a wireless gas valve, your gas system is automatically turned off when a dangerous earthquake is detected.

The RF Quakeâ„¢ system is a very low powered device, powered by a 9-volt wall adapter with internal battery backup, which insures that the RF Quakeâ„¢ will remain on guard of you even if the power goes off.  When a dangerous earthquake is detected, the RF Quakeâ„¢ sends a wireless RF signal to the valve, causing it to shutoff, preventing potential fires or explosions that could result from burst or damaged gas lines in the building.  This signal format for the wireless valve is standardized with the Gas Guardianâ„¢ Gas Leak Protection System, which means that any sensor that works with the Gas Guardianâ„¢ Gas Leak Protection System is fully compatible with this wireless valve and can be easily added to the system.  The wireless valve is powered by an internal battery which will last more than 5-years under normal operating conditions.

Field of Use
Field-Of-Use The vertical transportation industry, including, without limitation, elevators, escalators, moving walks, dumbwaiters and residential elevators.

IPSCIO Record ID: 3152

License Grant
Licensor and Licensor grant to Licensee of Ireland a limited, exclusive, non-transferable license to the Hydrogen Sensor Technology solely for use in the Technical Field, solely to the extent set forth and solely for the time period July 1, 2005 to June 30, 2006.

Licensor and Licensor grant to Irish Licensee a limited, non-exclusive, non-transferable license to the Hydrogen Sensor Technology solely for use in the Technical Field and solely for the time period from July 1, 2005 until this Agreement is terminated, except as otherwise provided.

License Property
ANI Hydrogen Sensor means a variable-range hydrogen sensor comprised of one or more fabricated palladium-silver nanowires and/or nanobumps on a suitable substrate with the performance.

Hydrogen Sensor Product means any product, including but not limited to software, which incorporates the use of the ANI Hydrogen Sensor.

Hydrogen Sensor Technology means certain proprietary technology and know-how and improvements and enhancements developed, licensed, and/or owned by Licensor and/or Licensor related to the manufacture and use of Hydrogen Sensors, which includes, but is not limited to, the inventions disclosed in U.S. Patent Application Publication No. 2004 / 0070006A1, published April 15, 2004 under U.S. Patent Application No. 10 / 651,220 filed August 28, 2003 (the Application), and any other applications, continuations and foreign counterparts that may issue claiming in whole or in part the priority date of the Application, as well as all other confidential and proprietary information and know-how related to the design, manufacture and use of Hydrogen Sensors which has been provided or may be provided by Licensor and/or Licensor to Licensee over the course of their relationship.

Field of Use
Technical Field means any instrumentation using in whole or in part the ANI Hydrogen Sensor for the measurement of the content of hydrogen in insulated fluids for power transformers.

The Licensee is an international company which operates primarily in the area of power products, transformer services, and emission monitoring products.

IPSCIO Record ID: 26139

License Grant
The University hereby grants to Company during the Term of this Agreement an exclusive license within the Territory, limited to the Field, with the right to sublicense, to make, modify, reproduce, have made, lease, use, distribute, market, promote, sell, offer for sale, license and otherwise dispose of and exploit the Products, practice the Processes, and offer the Services under the Technology, the Know-how and/or the Patents and Improvements.
License Property
“Technology” means MSU Invention Disclosure No. 05068 “Nanoporous Silicon-Based Electrochemical DNA Biosensor”.

“Patents” means any and all patent applications (including any amendments or extensions to the initial applications) filed in any country of the world by or on behalf of MSU claiming the Technology and/or any patents maturing from such patent applications. Patents and patent applications claiming the technology at the time of execution of this Agreement include, without limitation, United States provisional patent application 60/704,550 titled “Nanoporous Silicon-Based Electrochemical DNA Biosensor”, filed August 2, 2005.

Field of Use
“Field” means use of the Technology (and Know-how) limited to detection of Escherichia and Salmonella bacteria.

IPSCIO Record ID: 152

License Grant
Licensor hereby grants to Licensee an exclusive, non-transferable, world-wide, royalty-bearing license under the PointSource Intellectual Property Rights, for the Term.
License Property
The Licensed Products consist of any scattered-radiation-based products used to detect or classify microorganisms in water (including our BioSentry product) and any other product that is within the scope of the Licensed PointSource patents.

'LICENSED PRODUCT' shall mean any scattered-radiation-based product used to detect or classify microorganisms in water (including, without limitation, JMAR's BioSentry product and successors and replacements thereof) or any product that falls within the scope of, or utilizes any method or process which falls within the scope of, any of the claims of the licensed patents, or that incorporates, or is itself, the subject invention of any of the licensed patents, now or hereafter made or used, imported, leased, sold or otherwise disposed of, by or on behalf of JMAR (including any finished product and any finished product used in the manufacture of another product).

        TITLE                PATENT NO.          

'Identification of Particles in Fluid'       6,774,995
'Identification of Particles in Fluid'       6,519,033
'Particle Detection Beam'                    6,628,386
'Plano Convex Fluid Carrier For Scattering Correction' (Fluid  Carrier For Scatter Detection)                             6,573,992

'Flow Through LightScattering Device'        6,590,652                                  
'High Detection Rate Particle Identifier'       10/412,100  
'Unsupervised Learning  Detect New Class In Field'       6,819,421                                  
'Optical Sensor Module Tester'        10/394,986
'Particulate Info To Field Units'         10/393,459
'Holographic Spherical  Lenses'          6,760,107
'Solubilizer/Dispersant For Insoluble Organics That Is Harmless For  Bacteria'     60/572,937
'Automatic Adaption Of  Background Signature'      60/602,612
'Particle ID With  Narrow Angle Detectors'     10/834,516

IPSCIO Record ID: 211887

License Grant
Licensor, government organization, grants a nontransferable, limited nonexclusive right and license for Licensee to make, have made, and sell Licensed Product under one or more claims of Licensors Patent Rights in Field of Use No. 1; and for Licensees customers to use Licensed Product sold, leased or transferred by Licensee. At the end the term, Licensees right shall convert to a nonexclusive in all fields identified in Field of Use No. 1.

Licensee shall also have the right and license to make, have made, and sell Licensed Product under one or more claims of Licensors Patent Rights in Field of Use No. 2.

License Property
The licensed patent relates to a thin-film palladium-nickel alloy.  The licensed product shall mean any product that is, or is produced by a process that is, operated under any claim of Licensors Patent Rights.

The licensed product is for the use of thin film porous membranes on the Robust Hydrogen Sensor. These membranes impart additional chemical selectivity and durability to the sensors to prevent poisoning by sulfur. The sulfur shielding provided by the membrane will withstand the toxic environment of petrochemical processes and permit, for the first time, real-time, high reliability measurement of hydrogen gas throughout the facility.

The Robust Hydrogen Sensor technology was invented and patented (patent number 5,279,795) by the U.S. Department of Energy ('DOE') at Sandia in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The technology, an Applications Specific Integrated Circuit ('ASIC') for the U.S. Department of Defense for a classified nuclear weapons application.

The Robust Hydrogen Sensor technology consists of an array of two hydrogen- sensing elements palladium-nickel ('PdNi') gate CMOS field effect transistors ('FETs') and PdNi resistors. The threshold voltage of the FETs shifts in response to the concentration of hydrogen in the surrounding environment, detecting hydrogen in concentrations from approximately ten parts per million ('ppms') to one percent. The PdNi resistors also change their resistance in response to the concentration of ambient hydrogen, allowing sensing from about one percent to 100% concentration. The technology also includes a micro- thermometer (temperature diode) and micro-heaters for maintaining on-chip temperature control and other chip functions. In addition, the heaters are used to temporarily heat the chip to 'boil' off hydrogen molecules, which may stick to the palladium, thus freeing the sensor for repeated use.

Field of Use
The Field of Use No. 1 shall mean the fields of petroleum, energy, waste management, environmental and manufacturing.

The Field of Use No. 2 shall mean all other fields, not including those identified in the Field of Use No. 1 Field of Uses.

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: 5661

License Grant
The Company granted subsidiary an exclusive license to advertise, market and sell all manufacturing and marketing rights to the Company’s products and technologies in all commercial markets within the United States.
License Property
We are engaged in research and development of metal fatigue detection, measurement, and monitoring technologies.  The first is a small, extremely simple device that continuously integrates the effect of fatigue loading in a structural member, called a Fatigue Fuse.

The second is an instrument that detects very small cracks in metals, The Electrochemical Fatigue Sensor.  Another product currently under development is the Company’s Videoscope, which provides visual access and simultaneously, certain non-destructive test sensors to remote locations.  It comprises a video detecting element and light source together with a working channel, through which certain non-destructive test sensors such as ultrasound and/or eddy current devices can be passed, to inspect visually or manually inaccessible regions of structures such as the interior of jet turbine engines.

USP 4,590,804 Device for Monitoring Fatigue Life
USP 4,639,997 Method of Making a Device for Monitoring Fatigue Life
USP 5,237,875 Metal Fatigue Detector
USP 5,319,982 Device for Monitoring the Fatigue Life of a Structural Member and a Method of Making Same
USP 5,425,274 Device for Monitoring the Fatigue Life of a Structural Member and a Method of Making Same

Additional Patent Numbers Patents 6,012,337

Patent Applications

09/404,931

09/481,289

09/430,093

US99/22,155

005-723-300

60/003,640

60/050,268

60/004,217

60/084,248

60/081,158

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: 552

License Grant
The License Agreement provides for the transfer to licensee of certain trademarks and rights to certain designs and data related to the BioSentry product, plus the grant of an exclusive, perpetual, worldwide license to use certain technology covered in a pending utility patent application filed by licensor in January 2005 with the United States Patent & Trademark Office entitled Continuous On-Line Real-Time Surveillance System.
License Property
The License Agreement provides for the transfer of all rights of 1) the trademarks 'BioScanner,' 'BioSentry' and 'CORTS'; 2) their rights, if any, in JMAR’s license agreement with NASA; 3) designs, software, lab notebooks, drawings, notes, algorithms, data and other documents and information related to the CORTS (BioSentry) system.

CORTS (BioSentry) system is used for the detection of microorganisms in water.

Field of Use
The scope of this license is limited to the use of light scattering for detection of microorganism contamination and other particles in water.

IPSCIO Record ID: 27750

License Grant
University hereby grants to Licensee the non-exclusive right and license to make, have made, use, lease and sell the LICENSED PRODUCTS, and to practice the LICENSED PROCESSES throughout the world throughout the life of PROPRIETARY RIGHTS, with the right to sublicense, and subject to the terms and conditions contained in this Agreement.
License Property
PROPRIETARY RIGHTS' shall mean all of the following intellectual property United States patent No. 4,999,819.

'LICENSED PRODUCT' pertains to the design of its seismic hydrophone product.

Field of Use
Hydrophones are underwater sensors designed to produce an output signal in response to an acoustic pressure signal. They can be thought of as underwater microphones. The Licensee's hydrophone products are typically used in the offshore oil and gas exploration industry, where they listen to acoustic sound waves generated by the reflections of an acoustic signal as it bounces off of the various geological layers beneath the ocean floor. These data are used to generate information about the geological structure beneath the ocean as a means of locating promising oil and gas exploration sites. The Licensee's hydrophone product line is also used in military applications to listen for and detect submarines and other vessels under and on the surface of the ocean. Hydrophones may also be sold to research institutions for various applications such as listening to marine animals.

IPSCIO Record ID: 307435

License Grant
Pursuant to the agreement, the Canadian University sold, transferred, and assigned to the Licensee certain patents related to the University’s BOTDA dark-pulse technology (the Patents).  A Subsidiary of the Licensee was originally started as a technology spinout from the University.
License Property
The patented BOTDA dark-pulse sensor technology allows for the monitoring of highly dynamic environments due to its greater resolution and accuracy.  The security and monitoring systems will initially be delivered in applications for border security, pipelines, the oil and gas industry and mine safety.
Field of Use
Licensee is a technology-security company. Licensee is comprised of two security platforms Fiber and Ultra-High Sensitivity Sensors (UHSS).  Licensee provides its customers a comprehensive data stream of critical metrics for assessing the health and security of their infrastructure. Licensees comprehensive system provides for rapid, precise analysis and responsive activities predetermined by the end-user customer.

IPSCIO Record ID: 4038

License Grant
The Licensor grants to Licensee an exclusive license to make, have made, use and sell Licensed Products, with the right to sublicense.
License Property
“Patent Rights” means the United States patent applications identified below and any patent now issued or here­after issuing on any such patent applications, as well as continuations, divisions, continuations-in-part to the extent the claims are directed to subject matter specifically described in US Patents 6,399,939 and 7,075,424. Patent refers to invention(s) entitled Sensor Array System and System for Damage Location Using a Single Channel Continuous Acoustic Emission Sensor.
Field of Use
“Field” or “Field of Use” means the structural health monitoring of bridges and railroads application of the Subject Technology.

IPSCIO Record ID: 130441

License Grant
Hong Kong Licensee shall be appointed the exclusive authorized dealer and distributor of the Licensor Products for all sales to the Licensee Application Market in the People’s Republic of China ('Exclusive Territory').

Licensor hereby grants to the Hong Kong Licensee, a license to use the Licensor Sensor Technology solely to incorporate such Licensor Technology into any existing or future Licensee product manufactured or to be manufactured by Licensee or its designated supplier that incorporate Licensor Products.

Phase One shall commence as of the date hereof and shall continue until the completion of the activities of the validation of the merchantability of Licensor products to the Licensee Application markets.

Phase Two, upon the completion of Phase One and Phase One producing satisfactory results as agreed upon by both parties.  

It is understood that this Agreement shall remain nonexclusive until Licensee meets certain financial requirements.  In order to gain exclusivity, Licensee must meet its first year of royalty payments.

License Property
Licensor is a manufacturer of certain chemical sensors and analyzers and a Licensor of its patented chemical analysis technology.

LICENSOR’S PRODUCTS. The Licensor’s Products includes the MyDx Sensor and the MyDx Analyzer, an automated and portable electronic device and associated software and algorithms that can be used for the simultaneous extraction, separation, detection and reporting of compounds of interest that can be extracted from any sample and exposed to sensors for detection and analysis.

Field of Use
The Licensee Application Market shall be defined as any consumer testing application in the territory requiring the detection of Compounds of Interest, that may be found in food (OrganaDx), water (AquaDx) or air (AeroDx), without limitation to type or size or location.

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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