Royalty Report: Security, Electrical & Electronics, Test/Monitoring – Collection: 29239

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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 20

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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 20

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IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 29239

License Grant
The Licensee has entered into a License Agreement with our Chief Technology Officer and member of our Board of Directors, under which we have acquired exclusive rights to proprietary high technology intellectual properties invented and/or developed by the Licensor, that we will further develop and offer to our customers.
License Property
1 – Perimeter intrusion detection radars
Description
We will develop two radar systems for intrusion detection the first, called more properly GUIDAR is based on ranging leaky coaxial cable sensors and creates a volumetric protection zone; the second is a high performances free-space RADAR and creates a virtual barrier. Both systems are designed to detect moving targets.
The GUIDAR exploits the features of Ultra Wide Band (UWB) radar signal transmitted along a leaky coaxial cable and whose reflections, given by targets approaching the cable, are received by another leaky coaxial cable and then processed, detected, and classified by means of a complete and innovative Digital Signal Processing (DSP) system.
The leaky coaxial double cable can be installed, buried or not, along a generic path and protect a cylindrical volume around the double cable with a diameter of about 2 m along its entire length. Each digital processing system, able to detect the position and size of any target, can manage up to hundreds of meters of cable. More digital processing systems can be networked using standard Ethernet and then connected to a central managing system. This technology is generally classified as active, volumetric, terrain following, all-weather, and immune to vegetation and blowing debris.
We also developed a mono-static UWB electronic scanning radar (ESR) using a new antenna design and an advanced DSP system realizing a protection barrier. The processing unit is developed implementing a signal processing scheme able to precisely recognize the intruder radar cross section and position up to hundreds of meters distance from the antenna. More processing units can be networked using standard Ethernet and then connected to a central managing system. This technology is classified as active, volumetric, all-weather, ideal for low profile targets, and immune to vegetation and blowing debris.
Advantages
We will develop innovative cable geometry and innovative antennas that dramatically improve the performances of our systems in terms of ranging with respect to the existing products. Moreover we will adopt innovative UWB radar analysis software based on DSP architecture that permits us to reach very high detection capabilities and performances and to be highly resilient to the environment changes (nuisance).
Applications
These systems are ideal to protect military and operation plants, airports, borders, oil pipes, etc.

2 – EMSEC (protection and eavesdropping)
Description
Electronic equipment can emit unintentional signals from which eavesdroppers may reconstruct processed data at some distance.
We will develop a single pc/laptop active protection system based on the emission of correlated signals (innovative concept) that is intrinsically totally secure. Emitting a composite correlated protection signal the received spectrum is a non discernible mix of the signal to be protected and the protecting signal. This apparatus is low power, narrow band, impossible to violate and easy to be installed.
We will develop a high performances (large distance and through the wall) eavesdropping system on video display unit based on state-of-the-art digital signal processing. The system is an all-digital system implementing a fast AD conversion and digital front-end. Channel equalization, automatic choice of spectral harmonic, automatic extraction of vertical and horizontal synchronizations, and digital image enhancement permit to reach unprecedented performances in terms of readability.
Advantages
A completely and totally new concept is applied to the protection system and a totally digital system will be developed for eavesdropping permitting to reach unprecedented performances.
Application
The protection system can be applied in military installations, in governmental buildings, during tactical operations, etc.

3 – Real time positioning system
Description
Organizations need a system able to locate objects or people. A real time positioning system consists of a fixed infrastructure of base stations and associated hardware and software to enable accurate real-time tracking of small battery powered (active) tags, which can be attached to people or objects, within the area covered by the base stations infrastructure. Compared to Global Positioning Systems (GPS), this system provides greater accuracy (typically to a resolution of a few centimetres) and the ability to work in situations where GPS does not (such as inside buildings) and with very small devices (active tags) with very small batteries.
The sensors in each base station are very sensitive detectors for the low power pulses emitted by the tags and can distinguish between reflections and directly received signals. Each sensor independently determines the azimuth and elevation directions of arrival of the incoming signals using special antenna array and signal analysis. Sensors do not need to have optical line of sight contact with the tags since the signals go through walls and other objects. An infrastructure of base stations can be installed and networked using standard Ethernet and then connected to a central management system.
Advantages
New sensor antennas will be developed with improved performances. Innovative signal processing techniques will improve range and precision. The main advantages of such technologies are high precision, very good performance even in presence of obstacles or limited visibility, capability to work both outdoor and indoor, capability to work also with important metal obstacles using a suitable topology for the base stations, very high noise immunity, etc.
Applications
The system can be applied wherever is necessary to track in real time the position of people or objects, i.e. to associate the data from a bar code scanner with its position in a warehouse, to provide the position of a pallet of goods placed in a warehouse or a container in a storage area or airport, to automatically detect the proximity between objects, to determine if during an emergency procedure employees have all reached designated areas, etc.

4 – Image processing codecs
Description
This system is constituted of an off-the-shelf electronic board based on digital signal processors running state-of-the-art image processing software algorithms (embedded system). It gets an input from any video camera (or radar, or eavesdropping system) and gives alarm and other outputs. It will perform the following content video analyses motion detection, abandoned/removed object/vehicle detection, perimeter crossing detection, panic situation detection, people/vehicle counting and speed evaluation, PTZ camera tracking, plate recognition, behaviour analysis, face recognition.
Advantages
We are confident to reach incredible performances in terms of image resolution (> 1 mega-pixel) and video rate (> 25 frames per second).
Applications
The system is ideal to protect military and operation plants, airports, borders, vip houses, highways, cities, etc.

Field of Use
Licensee has the right to file patents on these technologies in the field of intrusion detection systems, radar systems for border and pipeline surveillance, and technologies for monitoring and surveillance systems, through our License Agreement with the Licensor.

IPSCIO Record ID: 2112

License Grant
The Licensor grants to the Licensee an Exclusive License to make, use and sell Licensed Products.
License Property
Fiber Optic Intelligent Detection System 'FOIDS(R)'.  Fiber optic based security system and components are used in the system that are immune to most external electronic impulses such as radio frequency emissions, static electricity (including lightning), and moisture and ambient temperature variations.  Digital processing minimizes nuisance alarms and permits the operator to set the desired probability of detection (i.e., sensitivity to certain conditions or intrusions).  The FOIDS(R) system can be fully integrated with a variety of digital security.

Fiber Optic Intelligence Detection Systems is a cost effective perimeter security system utilizing single mode fiber optic cable and highly sensitive interferometry technology for intrusion detection along fences and walls up to a zone length of 3.5 miles. FOIDS can secure virtually any size perimeter without electrical power or electronic components outside a central control room. FOIDS detects pressure changes along length of zone including climbing, lifting, or cutting of the fence.

The Licensed Products are covered by the Licensed U.S. Patents;

1. No.5,355,208, 'Distributed Fiber optic Sensor for Locating and Identifying Remote Disturbances'  
2. No.5,373,487, 'Distributed Acoustic Sensor'  
3. No.5,567,933 (issuing 10/22/96) 'Optical Fiber Detection System with Disturbance and Positive Cut-Loop Detection Capabilities'

IPSCIO Record ID: 2111

License Grant
The Company grants a nonexclusive and nontransferable licenses to make, have made, use, lease, sell offer for sale and import Optical Fiber Sensing Systems.
License Property
Optical Fiber Sensing System means any instrumentality or aggregate of instrumentalities of a type for sensing any intrusion into an Optical Fiber or a network of Optical Fiber and includes all auxiliary apparatus associated therewith and involved in performing the function thereof.  Fiber Optic Intelligent Detection System (FOIDS(R)). Fiber optic based security system and components are used in the system that are immune to most external electronic impulses such as radio frequency emissions, static electricity (including lightning), and moisture and ambient temperature variations. Digital processing minimizes nuisance alarms and permits the operator to set the desired probability of detection (i.e., sensitivity to certain conditions or intrusions). The FOIDS(R) system can be fully integrated with a variety of digital security. The FOIDS(R) and RDIDS systems can be combined to create an easily deployable single-mode optical fiber sensor incorporating the most recent developments in optical and electronic technologies to provide state-of-the-art security in tactical situations where temporary barrier security is required.

PATENT means U.S. Patent 4,904,050 and any reissue thereof. Optical Fiber means a filamentary body of optical transmission material of a design primarily adapted for transmitting electromagnetic Waves having a frequency in excess of three hundred (300) GHz, along a desired path extending longitudinally there through and to which such Waves are substantially confined by the refraction of reflection (or both) of such Waves.

OPTICAL FIBER SENSING SYSTEM means any instrumentality or aggregate of instrumentalities of a type for sensing any intrusion into an OPTICAL FIBER or a network of OPTICAL FIBER and includes all auxiliary apparatus associated therewith and involved in performing the function thereof.

Field of Use
The rights granted apply solely for the manufacture in Licensee's factories of Optical Fiber Sensing Systems and of maintenance parts therefor.

IPSCIO Record ID: 274537

License Grant
Under this Agreement the Assignor, an individual of the United Kingdom, conveys all rights, title and interest to the Assignee (the Assignment) to the several technologies set in the agreement which technologies were developed by the Assignor (the Technology).
License Property
The Assignor wishes to assign a certain partially developed set of technologies, in need of further development work, Border Sense, further disclosed and set forth (the “Technology” or “Border Sense” or “Smart Digital Barrier”) to the Assignee and the Assignee desires to use the Technology Assignment.
The Assignor has developed the Technology which is a unique and smart high-tech solution for the protection of a country’s border or any other perimeter, through the use of intelligent technologies.

The Technology or “Border Sense” or “Smart Digital Barrier”.

Technology includes the know-how, the blueprints, the mix of technologies including photonics (optical laser), PE (printed sensors on a PE substrate or other, software algorithm (the protected software formulae), and other sub parts including executable Nano sensors and MEMS sensors, and any related printed, electronic and online documentation and any other files that may accompany the product

Border Sense is a smart wall with inbuilt technology, including, in particular, for safeguarding country borders, prison perimeter walls or temporary walls for the US military when it goes to war need to construct adequate temporary housing facilities, generally known as a base or compound (depending on size).

Border Sense– The Smart Component of the Smart Digital Barrier
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Border Sense is a completely intelligent autonomous wall with inbuilt array of smart sensors which can monitor the entire surface in real time and provide meaningful real-time information.
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The top panels will be imbedded with micro touch sensors on polyethylene terephthalate (PET) triggered when physically touched.
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This is a matrix of invisible, and not discernible micro sensors.
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Border Sense will not require maintenance as this will be digitally protected against failure, damage or physical breaches.
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Smart – self managing barrier.
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Modular structure easily constructed repaired or upgraded.
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Self-powering modules through Thin Film Technology (TFT) photovoltaics.

GPR (Ground Penetration Radar)
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GPR sensing across the entire wall integrated within the infrastructure showing any breaches underground such as tunneling.

Physical Barrier – The Simple Component of the Smart Digital Barrier
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The Sensortecnics Physical Barrier (the wall) is estimated to cost considerably less than competitor walls as it does not need the height, the thickness or the material intensity. All of its capabilities will instead be enhanced by being linked in with the Sensortecnics Smart Digital Barrier.
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The wall would be constructed in smaller modular interchangeable units

The Extra layer
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Embedded within the wall will be a thin layer of graphene film. This super composite is 100 times stronger than steel and more conductive than gold. This will give the wall an inner strengthening of the steel making penetration almost impossible (optional extra)


Robotics – A sophisticated package of sensors positioned on a smart track.
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A robotic track with smart camera system with facial recognition capabilities will travel across the entire wall length scanning persons of interest within the perimeter mapped zone, facilitating rapid response. This is not available with currently contemplated alternative proposals.
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Modular units positioned at central points will ensure real-time coverage of entire length, again for rapid response.
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The intelligent camera system will record biometric data of persons of interest which is then fed directly to central servers – Homeland Security or military as applicable to use.
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Software algorithms will be specially developed into clean data which can then integrate with other US databases and with our allies to identify, monitor and track any person of interest picked up on sensors.
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Virtual wall sub sections specifically tailored where installing a physical wall is simply not feasible.

Drone Lock
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Portable drones situated at strategic points will be connected digitally. These are autonomous vehicles which will be activated as and when required to track persons of interest.
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Data will be immediately and automatically transmitted to central control.
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Drones will return to their secure self-charging stations automatically.


Big Data
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Specially designed software using AI (artificial intelligence)
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ML (Machine Learning)
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Seamless interface into immigration and police database systems, within bespoke parameters.


Border Police Notification System
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The system will monitor a range of critical data sets which will be transmitted in real time to different authorities, as predetermined.


Any potential breach of the barrier will send real time data with location information and images, including to the nearest border police unit. Low cost scalable TFT (thin film technology) sensors

Robotics based AV

Smart Drone tracking

Fully upgradable

Inbuilt multi-layered cyber-attack protocols.

Current status

Sensors TRL 6

Completed system TRL 2

Technology Readiness Levels (TRL) are a type of measurement system used to assess the maturity level of a particular technology. Each technology project is evaluated against the parameters for each technology level and is then assigned a TRL rating based on the projects progress. There are nine technology readiness levels. TRL 1 is the lowest and TRL 9 is the highest.  When a technology is at TRL 1, scientific research is beginning and those results are being translated into future research and development. TRL 2 occurs once the basic principles have been studied and practical applications can be applied to those initial findings. TRL 2 technology is very speculative, as there is little to no experimental proof of concept for the technology. When active research and design begin, a technology is elevated to TRL 3. Generally, both analytical and laboratory studies are required at this level to see if a technology is viable and ready to proceed further through the development process. Often during TRL 3, a proof-of-concept model is constructed. Once the proof-of-concept technology is ready, the technology advances to TRL 4. During TRL 4, multiple component pieces are tested with one another. TRL 5 is a continuation of TRL 4, however, a technology that is at 5 is identified as a breadboard technology and must undergo more rigorous testing than technology that is only at TRL 4. Simulations should be run in environments that are as close to realistic as possible. Once the testing of TRL 5 is complete, a technology may advance to TRL 6. A TRL 6 technology has a fully functional prototype or representational model. TRL 7 technology requires that the working model or prototype be demonstrated in a space environment. TRL 8 technology has been tested and “flight qualified” and it’s ready for implementation into an already existing technology or technology system. Once a technology has been “flight proven” during a successful mission, it can be called TRL 9.

Delivering the Border Sense (technologies) from a Border Sense integrated system CIPS™ (Critical TFT (Thin Film Technology)) Sensor platform to TRL level 6 “Prototype System Verified”. This research and development will enable the Assignee to integrate the IP directly into its customers’ blueprint end user design document. This will cover TRL level 7-9. In the alternative, at a smaller total cost, a scaled-back version to TRL level 3, would be accomplished by engaging the services of the Developer.

Field of Use
This agreement pertains to the defense / military industry.

The Border Sense solution offers the United States Government a sophisticated method to protect its borders far beyond the capabilities of a basic “wall.” Most significantly, the parties seek to enable the United States Government a cost-effective method to build the Border Sense System and innovative mechanisms to recover initial costs to ultimately cost the US taxpayer very little to nothing. For the United States Government, the Technology enables the parties to design a completely novel framework for a resilient low-cost Smart Digital Barrier to solve an age-old problem and resolve an important political issue, employing innovative technologies coupled with reconfigured and optimized existing security systems.

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: 7140

License Grant
Licensor hereby grants to Licensee an exclusive and non-exclusive sub-license to develop and commercialize applications of the Licensed Products as set forth and improvements thereto within the United States of America as per the License Field.  Licensor and Licensee are both subsidiaries of the same Parent.
License Property
Licensor owns and has the right to grant sub licenses wider certain patents, patent applications, technology, trade secrets, data, know-how and other intellectual property relating to electromagnetic signal detection.

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.

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, WiFi, 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 reenforced conveyer belting, 1+2+7+8;
9.) Inspection system for bridge/overpass/foundation concrete reenforcing 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 systern 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 Field
The exclusive application of the Licensed Product and Improvements for Military use in the United States of America and non-exclusive use in Territories in which the United States of America has military operations.

IPSCIO Record ID: 6963

License Grant
Licensor hereby grants to the Company a worldwide, exclusive License for the use of Proprietary Data and Intellectual Property to make, have made, use, Sell, and have sold, as well as the maintenance and repair of, the License Products for the Licensed Field. The Company shall not have the right to subLicense or otherwise transfer any of the rights granted pursuant to this Agreement without the prior written consent of Licensor.
License Property
Licensor has developed, at its own expense, Intellectual Property (as hereinafter defined) that is used to design and produce Infrared imaging systems applicable to many applications such as transportation (ground, sea, and air), medical, quality control, safety, security, and others.

Proprietary Property, Infrared Security System – All information contained, but not limited to Patent application 60/597,048, filed 11/07/2005.  Confirmation No. 5011;  All processes, formulae, writings, presentations, and other proprietary data of Licensor relating to Infrared Security System subject to Patent application 60/597,048 including future claims and amendments.

Intellectual Property – Licensor is involved in the conceptual design of Infrared Technology in many applications in commercial and non-commercial fields.  The work product of these efforts takes the form of ideals, disclosures, designs, mathematical descriptions, and other forms of creation that illustrate and embody the unique and proprietary information.

All of these constitute the body of Intellectual Property, regardless of the application or field of use.  This body of works includes any materials identified as Proprietary that do not apply to Infrared Security System, directly or indirectly.

Licensed Products shall mean any product or portion thereof which embodies any Licensor Proprietary Data and/or Intellectual Property.

The infrared security system (ISS) product is based upon a unique concept that we believe is proprietary. The ISS utilizes two or more infrared cameras directed at a common surveillance area. The locations of the cameras and their optical fields of view are pre-established and stored in a central computer database. Computer programs harmonize the information into a three dimensional grid, and camera processors perform image processing on the surveillance area to detect moving objects. Information is transmitted to the central computer, and compared to information in the database for pre-defined threats. Alarm criteria can be based on object size, location, and movement over time. We believe this system has a powerful threat detection capability that inherently rejects false alarms and which will separate our ISS from those of our competitors.

60/597,048 An infrared (IR) security system and method is disclosed comprising two or more IR cameras directed upon a common surveillance area. Locations of the cameras and their optical fields of view are pre-established and stored in a central computer database. Computer programs harmonize the information into a 3D grid. The camera processors perform image processing on the surveillance area to detect moving objects. Object angular position, size, aspect ratio, and radiometric intensity are simultaneously transmitted to the central computer. The grid position, physical size, and inherent electro-magnetic contrast of the objects are computed. These IR signatures are then compared to the target definitions in the database of IR signatures on pre-defined threats. Alarm criteria can be based on object size, location, and movement over time. When a threat is determined, the user is notified by text message, image or video.

Field of Use
Licensed Field shall mean the commercial sale to any customer for use in Security Applications.

IPSCIO Record ID: 7142

License Grant
Canadian Licensor hereby grants to Licensee of the United  Kingdom a royalty bearing, exclusive license to develop and commercialize applications of the Licensed Products as set forth in Schedule A and improvements thereto within the License Field.
License Property
Licensor owns and has the right to grant sub licenses wider certain patents, patent applications, technology, trade secrets, data, know-how and other intellectual property relating to electromagnetic signal detection and hereafter referred to collectively as the Licensed Products.

The technology suite incorporated under the 'Jun 26 th, 2010 Amended' assignment agreement encompasses the root 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.

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, WiFi, 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 reenforced conveyer belting, 1+2+7+8;
9.) Inspection system for bridge/overpass/foundation concrete reenforcing 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 systern 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

IPSCIO Record ID: 27022

License Grant
The Licensee entered into a technology license agreement with an Alberta, Canada Licensor.  The license agreement provides us with the exclusive rights to all procedures, practices and intellectual property related to American Infrared’s technologies and applications known as infrared technology.
License Property
We provide consumer electronic products that target the home health and safety markets.

We have developed a portable infrared sensor security system that can function at a distance of up to 75 feet and under varying light exposures.  Our products are designed to achieve optimum performance under battery power allowing for complete, wireless portability.

The Safety Beam alerts users to movements within a monitored zone by emitting an alarm, and can be used indoors or outdoors functioning as

1. A safety alert while traveling, at home or at the office; and
2. An area alarm for children, pets and outdoor locations.

We also offer the following products

1. STM Personal Alarm – a personal alarm that can be activated under distress emitting a 130 decibel pulse tone, as well as an additional emergency alert with a high- intensity, flashing red light;
2. Cupboard Light – a supplemental lighting device to be installed in low light areas such as a cupboard, tool boxes, fishing tackle boxes and other portable containers;
3. Garage Parking Wand – a wand that stands upright with a sensor section to notify the driver that he/she has reached their desired stop point, avoiding collision with other objects;
4. Electronic Peep-Hole – a 180 degree spherical sensor that detects the presence of an individual at the door, which utilizes a heat sensing device, and indicated by a glowing LED; 5. GP Sensor – detector units to be utilized in the garage to monitor and identify an incoming vehicle with a loud chirp;
6. Vent Sense – a smoke and carbon monoxide sensor that once installed, would shut down heating/AC duct systems upon fire detection; and
7. Silent Call – a two-unit system, made up of a telephone connector and pager units, that vibrates and flashes a pleasant green light to alert the user of incoming calls.

IPSCIO Record ID: 5019

License Grant
The Licensor grants to the Japanese Licensee a limited non-transferable, non-exclusive license to utilize the Licensor's Technology and all Intellectual Property Rights related thereto for the design, development, manufacture and sale to User Licensee of the Products for User Licensee’s Authorized Electronic Movie Distribution and Exhibition System (EMDES) Applications, solely in Japan.
License Property
EMDES applications; proprietary video and audio scrambling technology used to scramble and protect video and audio signals from unauthorized access, which technology.

The 'Products' shall mean those products, including, but not limited to, the encoder, the decoder, software control system and card authorization system, set forth on Appendix 1 hereto, to be developed hereunder by Technology Licensee, utilizing the Licensor Technology and the Resulting Technology, as defined herein, for decoding EMDES video signals that have been scrambled using the Licensor Technology.  

'PhaseKrypt” shall mean Licensor’s proprietary video and audio scrambling technology used to scramble and protect video and audio signals from unauthorized access, which technology has been granted United States Patent No. 5,058,175, and 5,438,620 pending United States Patent Application No. 08-145066.

The “Anti-Copying Process” (“ACP”) shall mean Licensor’s proprietary process of modifying a video signal by (i) the addition of a plurality of unipolar pulses and bipolar pulse pairs in and around the vertical blanking interval; and (ii) by pseudo randomly phase modulating the color bursts, which process is protected by the United States Patents Nos.  4,631,603, 4,577,216 and 4,819,098. Japanese Patent number 1,925,090 is the Japanese equivalent of US Patent no. 4,631,603.

IPSCIO Record ID: 2901

License Grant
The respective Boards of Directors of Licensee and Licensor and the Members of Licensor have adopted resolutions pursuant to which Licensee shall buy and Licensor shall sell all right, title and interest in and to the Licensor Technology as defined herein and related technologies and rights of every kind and nature.
License Property
CEC instrument An operational instrument that will function as a capillary electrophoresis analysis system suitable for general commercial laboratory use. The system will consist minimally of an autosampler, injector, detector, high voltage power supply and controlling firmware and software. The primary application is for the detection of low concentrations of metal ions in power plant cooling water feeds.

VUV40 A UV-visible scanning detector based on modulated signal. This instrument is a chromatography detector that shall provide full spectral information.

The Licensor Technology allows researchers to accurately analyze chemical formulations for their composition and identity.  Technology is comprised of all intellectual property, technique and know-how, trade secrets, drawings, plans, specifications, trademarks, internet domain names and other related intellectual property associated with U.S. Patents solely owned by Licensor.  U.S. patents 6,530,286; 5,969,812; 5,699,156; 5,694,215, and all related patent applications, continuation applications and divisional applications in process (Licensor Patents).  Patented technologies allow researchers to accurately analyze chemical formulations for their composition and identity.

Field of Use
Pursuant to this agreement, the Company obtained all right, title and interest in and to the Licensor Technology and the Licensor Technology.  The rights granted apply to a line of chemical detection instruments that are used in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and homeland security markets.

IPSCIO Record ID: 203978

License Grant
The Canadian Licensor grants to Licensee an exclusive, worldwide license, with the right to grant and authorize sublicenses, to Licensors entire interest in and to the Licensed Patents within the Field to make, have made, use, import, have imported, sell, offer for sale and otherwise exploit and distribute Licensed Products within the Field, and practice any method, process or procedure included within the Licensed Patents in the Field.
License Property
The licensed patents are for Two-Dimensional and Three-Dimensional Digital Ultrasound Tracking Systems for surgery.  The Licensed Product means a product within the scope of one or more Valid Claims of the Licensed Patents in the country of manufacture or sale;  produced, processed or otherwise manufactured by a process or method within the scope of one or more Valid Claims of the Licensed Patents in the country of such manufacture; or; used in a process and/or method within the scope of one or more Valid Claims of the Licensed Patents in the country where such product is made or sold.
Field of Use
The Field shall mean use of any medical device and procedure applications in and on the heart that utilize essentially real-time triangulation algorithms to determine the three-dimensional position of transducers, excluding procedures solely and directly related to heart valve surgery.

IPSCIO Record ID: 164164

License Grant
Licensor grants to Licensee a license to make, have made, use, sell and/or have sold Licensed Products which incorporate or embody, or are covered or claimed by, or are based on one or more of the Licensed Patents and/or Licensed Technology. The License shall be exclusive as against all others for the  manufacture,  use and sale of Licensed Products in the Market throughout the World.
License Property
Licensed Product shall mean a specific hearing product embodying, employing, based on or derived from all or part of the Licensed Patents and/or the Licensed Technology. This agreement includes headset and headphone technology patents and patents pending.  Licensor is engaged in the  development of Active Wave Management and related technologies that have been applied to various fields and industries, and is the owner of certain United States and foreign patents covering various aspects of such technologies, which both parties believe can be applied to hearing products.
Field of Use
Licensee is engaged in the design, development, manufacture and marketing of headset, headphone and other hearing  products for various markets around the world.

IPSCIO Record ID: 7363

License Grant
Licensor hereby grant to Licensee a perpetual sub-licensable, exclusive, worldwide license to make, have made, use, sell, offer for sale and import products and to practice any method under the Intellectual Property (as defined below) in the Markets (as defined below), including but not limited to the use of the Technology for the manufacture and distribution of products, and a non-exclusive license to the same in all other markets outside the Markets.
License Property
Licensor have developed expertise in the area of three-dimensional imaging (the “Field”) and have certain intellectual property, equipment and software in the Field (collectively, referred to as the “Technology”), that 3D-ID is interested in further developing.

The Licensor has developed innovative technologies and products for all aspects of imaging, including capture, processing, display, and enhancement. The Licensor's products range from 3D cameras to surveillance algorithms to integrated facial recognition systems.

Product Description

Shuttle X 3.01 GHZ mini Computer with an EuraCard frame grabber

3D FaceCam, model FACE CAM500-34

3D FaceCam (FC800-688-22651-38105-1279b)

Manfrotto Tripod

Belkin Power strip

WellCam system with monitor and power supply

WellCam camera

WellCam system in Pelican 1490 case

Pelican 1400 case

IMPERX IPX-4M15-L camera

CameraLink power supply

AXIS EVI-D30 12 variable zoom camera

Swann Security c500 CCD color camera

Color TFT LCD monitor

Micro compact KPC CCD camera lenses

Micro compact KPC CCD camera

Power supply adaptors

Network server case

More Power supply adaptors

Three level camera ring with 19 KPC-EX20H cameras

One level camera ring with 5 or 6 KPC-EX20H cameras

SOS-4 Vision system

SOS vision system (model IS 1)

Small Pelican case

AirPlus Xtreme G wireless router

Netgear Prosafe 8 port Gigabit switch (GS108)

More power supply adaptors

Battery Lithium MnO2 BA 5390/u

More power supply adaptors

Utilitech motion sensor control #182164

Sets of SOS cables

SOS power supply
DPTex Passive Infrared Detector CX-702

DS ATO Gateway

SH-5316-BZ Motion Sensor

Marshall Electronics V-LCD4-Pro-l High resolution 4” LCD monitor

Camera Ring mechanical structure for 8 sensors

S.BATT12.6 battery

Small Electronic chips

Archer Filed personal computer

STUDS SOS Vision Systems

Pelican 1150 cases

Genex camera system with two big grey cameras

Camera vision system with 3 KPC-EX20H cameras

AXIS 2120 Network Camera

IQeye3 Camera system from IQinVision

Software and Trademarks
WellCam
STUDS
SOS
Cerberus
FaceCam
3D SketchArtist
3D FaceMap
3D FaceMatch
3D Enroll

Patent Title
Serial/Patent/

Registration Number

Method and Apparatus for High
6,064,423

Resolution Three Dimensional Display

Omni-Directional Cameras
D436,612

High Speed Three Dimensional
6,028,672

Imaging Method

Method and System for Three-Dimensional
6,700,669

Imaging Using Light Pattern Having

Multiple Sub-Patterns

Method And Apparatus for Omnidirectional
6,744,569

Three Dimensional Imaging

Face Recognition System and Method
7,221,809

A System and a Method for Three-Dimensional Imaging Systems
7,349,104

Method and Apparatus for an Interactive
7,098,872

Volumetric Three Dimensional Display

Face Recognition System and Method
7,876,931

Method and Apparatus for Omni-Directional
7,940,299

Video Surveillance System

A System and a Method for a
7,358,498

Smart Surveillance System

A High Speed Three Dimensional
6,147,760

Imaging Method

Method And Apparatus for Modeling Via a
6,819,318

Three-Dimensional Image Mosaic System

Method and System for a Three
7,804,997

Dimensional Facial Recognition System

Method and Apparatus for Omnidirectional
6,304,285

Three-Dimensional Imaging

Method and Apparatus for Generating Structural Pattern Illumination
6,937,348

Field of Use
The Licensee is a technology company that is focused on products, solutions, and services that have a need for biometric secure access control. The Licensee has three distinct lines of business that we believe will form our company law enforcement; m-commerce; and biometric access control applications.

IPSCIO Record ID: 28559

License Grant
The University hereby grants to the Licensee a nontransferable, nonexclusive, royalty-bearing license under The University Licensed Patents to make, have made, use, lease, and sell the Licensed Product(s) in the Territory as limited for the term.
License Property
Patents relate to certain 'pulse-echo,' 'ultra-wideband' radar technology for use in the following passenger vehicle applications intelligent cruise control, airbag crash systems, and occupant sensors (the 'LLNL Radar'). This type of radar sends out from one to two million short radio impulses every second to a distance of 5 to 10 meters, each lasting a billionth of a second. These short impulses enable the radar to operate across a wider and lower band of radio frequency, making it less likely to suffer from interference from other radar signals, and allowing it to penetrate dirt, snow and ice.

The Licensed Patents are as follows
IL-909lA, 'Ultra-Wideband Receiver,' (U.S. Patent No. 5,345,471), issued on 9/6/94, by Thomas Edward McEwan
IL-909lB, 'Ultra-Wideband Receiver,' (CIP of IL-909lA, U.S. Patent No. 5,523,760), issued on 6/4/96, by Thomas Edward McEwan
IL-9092, 'Ultra-Wideband Radar Motion Sensor,'(U.S. Patent No. 5,361,070), issued on 11/1/94, by Thomas Edward McEwan
IL-9197, 'Impulse Radar Stud Finder,' (CIP of IL 9091A, U.S. Patent No. 5,457,394), issued on 10/10/95, by Thomas Edward McEwan
IL-9318, 'Two Terminal Micropower Radar Sensors,' (U.S. Patent No. 5,465,094), issued on 11/7/95, by Thomas Edward McEwan
IL-9426, 'Electromagnetic Hidden Object Detector,' (CIP of IL- 9197, U.S. Patent No. 5,512,834), issued on 4/30/96, by Thomas Edward McEwan
IL-9514, 'Range-gated field disturbance sensor with range-sensitivity compensation,' (U.S. Patent No. 5,521,600), issued on 5/28/96, by Thomas Edward McEwan
IL-9515, 'Micropower RF Transponder,' (U.S. Patent Application), by Thomas Edward McEwan
IL-9516, 'Time-of-Flight Radio Location System,' (CIP of IL-9197 which is CIP of 9091A, U.S. Patent No. 5,510,800), issued on 4/23/96, by Thomas Edward McEwan
IL-9547, 'Electronic Multi-Purpose Material Level Sensor,' (U.S. Patent No. 5,609,059), dated 3/11/97, by Thomas Edward McEwan
IL-9567, 'Short Range, Ultra-Wideband Radar with High Resolution Swept Range Gate,' (CIP of IL-9516, U.S. Patent Application), by Thomas Edward McEwan
IL-9567B, 'Short Range, Ultra-Wideband Radar with High Resolution Swept Range Gate with Damped Transmit and Receive Cavities,' (CIP of IL-9567, U.S. Patent Application), by Thomas Edward McEwan
IL-9595, 'Range Gated Strip Proximity Sensor,' (U.S. Patent No. 5,581,256), dated 12/3/96, by Thomas Edward McEwan
IL-9613, 'Micropower Material Sensor,' (U.S. Patent Application), by Thomas Edward McEwan
IL-9648, 'Phase-Coded, Micro-Power Impulse Radar Motion Sensor,' (U.S. Patent No. 5,519,400), dated 5/21/96, by Thomas Edward McEwan
IL-9649, 'Light Beam Range Finder,' (CIP of IL-9567, U.S. Patent Application), by Thomas Edward McEwan
IL-9650, 'Narrow Field Electromagnetic Sensor System and Method,' (CIP of IL-9516, U.S. Patent No. 5,576,627), dated 11/19/96, by Thomas Edward McEwan
IL-9727, 'Short Range Radio Locator System,' (CIP of IL-9516, U.S. Patent No. 5,589,838), dated 12/31/96, by Thomas Edward McEwan
IL-9772, 'Precision Digital Pulse Phase Generator,' (U.S. Patent No. 5,563,605), issued on 10/8/96, by Thomas Edward McEwan
IL-9779, 'Window-Closing Safety System,' (CIP of IL-9547, U.S. Patent Application), by Thomas Edward McEwan
IL-9797, 'Ultra-Wideband Directional Sampler,' (CIP of IL-909lB, U.S. Patent No. 5,517,198), issued on 5/14/96, by Thomas Edward McEwan
IL-9798, 'High Accuracy Electronic Materials Level Sensor,' (CIP of IL-9547, U.S. Patent No. 5,610,611), dated 3/11/97, by Thomas Edward McEwan
IL-9340, 'Body Monitoring and Imaging Apparatus and Method,' (U.S. Patent No. 5,573,012), issued on 11/12/96, by Thomas Edward McEwan (Additional to Medical and Voice Recognition Fields of Use Only)

Field of Use
Application Under the Field of Use Licensed Herein
I.   The 'Field-of-Use' Licensed under this license shall mean the Field of Use of the Licensed Patents and the Licensed Product(s) for

Transportation
II.  This License excludes the following fields of use for all Licensed Patents and Licensed Product(s)
a.   medical;
b.   voice recognition equipment;
c.   security and energy conservation;
d.   residential, commercial, and industrial automation;
e.   entertainment;
f.   material evaluation;
g.   tools;
h.   communications;
i.   underground detection;
j.   buried military mine and ordnance detection;
k.  military, other than buried mine and ordnance detection;
l.   radar camera;
m. other fields of use not expressly.

IPSCIO Record ID: 28985

License Grant
We entered into a license agreement with the University. Under the agreement, we have been granted an exclusive, worldwide license, with a right to grant sublicenses, to make, have made, use, sell and lease any product that incorporates knowledge, information, know-how, software and devices, whether patentable or not, in the possession of the University and related to a video vehicle detection system developed by the University solely or jointly with us, including certain improvements made to this technology.
License Property
The United States patent for some aspects of the technology underlying Autoscope system was issued in 1989 to the University .

The Autoscope system converts video images of a traffic scene into digitized traffic data that may be transmitted to local or remote locations for real-time traffic management or stored for later analysis. The Autoscope system is modular, flexible and expandable and has a variety of applications in intersection control, freeway traffic management and traffic data collection. The system can be used by traffic managers for traffic control, management, planning, research and other applications and ultimately can help reduce traffic congestion, improve roadway planning and increase cost efficiencies in traffic management and control.

The Autoscope System
Automated vehicle detection for traffic management traditionally has been performed with inductive wire loops buried in the pavement. However, embedded loop detectors are difficult to install and maintain, are destructive to road surfaces, and are not capable of wide-area vehicle detection without the use of many loops. The Autoscope system is easier to install and maintain than embedded loop detectors, is non-destructive to road surfaces, and is capable of wide-area vehicle detection with a single camera, thus enabling one camera to do the work of many loops. We believe that the Autoscope system's range of applications and its ability to support new applications for advanced technology solutions to traffic management problems make it superior to loop detectors and most other commercially available vehicle detection systems.

The Autoscope system permits users to draw detection zones on a video screen displaying the traffic scene and to derive traffic data from the portion of the image specified by the detection zones displayed on the screen. The system analyzes virtual detection zones that appear only on the video screen, not on the roadway. Each detection zone represents an area in the field of view of the camera that the system user wishes to analyze for determining the presence of vehicles or extracting other pertinent traffic data. More than 50 detection zones can be programmed per camera. The system user determines the detection zones by drawing them on a video monitor with a mouse. Different types of detection zones can be selected and may be placed anywhere in any orientation within the field of view of the cameras using the system's unique interactive graphics. The detection zones can be changed easily by using the mouse to resize, reshape or relocate the detection zones on the video monitor.

IPSCIO Record ID: 355

License Grant
Licensor grants the Licensee a worldwide non-exclusive License to make, use, offer to sell, sell, and import geolocation equipment under the patents and patent applications and under all geolocation patents which may issue at any time as a result of any patent application filed by the Licensor within one year of January 16, 2004, including all divisionals, reissues, continuations in part, continuations, and foreign counterparts of such patents. The Licensee shall have no right to sub-License, except that Licensee may subLicense its carrier end user customers to facilitate their operation of E-911 hardware or systems they purchase from Licensee.
License Property
6,184,829 B1

Calibration for Wireless Location System

6,266,013 B1

Architecture for a Signal Collection System of a Wireless Location System

6,091,362

Bandwidth Synthesis for a Wireless Location System

6,172,644 B1

Emergency Location Method for a Wireless Location System

6,097,336

Method for Improving the Accuracy of a Wireless Location System

6,115,599

Directed Retry Method for Use in a Wireless Location System
6,281,834 B1

Calibration for Wireless Location System

6,351,235 B1

Method and System for Synchronizing Receiver Systems of a Wireless Location System

6,317,081 B1

Internal Calibration Method for Receiver System of a Wireless Location System

6,388,618 B1

Signal Collection System for a Wireless Location System

6,317,604 B1

Centralized Database System for a Wireless Location System

6,285,321 B1

Station Based Processing Method for a Wireless Location System

6,400,320 B1

Antenna Selection Method for a Wireless Location System

6,492,944 B1

Internal Calibration Method for Receiver System of a Wireless Location System

6,463,290 B1

Mobile-assisted network based techniques for improving accuracy of wireless location system

6,519,465 B2

Modified transmission method for improving accuracy for E-911 calls

IPSCIO Record ID: 6458

License Grant
Licensor hereby grants to Licensee the exclusive, irrevocable, worldwide, transferable, sublicensable License of all rights of any kind conferred by the Patents to communication technology in the Personal Emergency Response System.
License Property
Patent or Application No. Country Issue Date Title of Patent

6,044,257  United States  March 28, 2000   Panic Button Phone
6,636,732  United States  October 21,2003  Emergency Phone with Single Button Activation
6,226,510  United States  May 1, 2001      Emergency Phone for Automatically Summoning Multiple Emergency Response Services
7,092,695  United States  August 15, 2006  Emergency Phone with Alternate Number Calling Capability
7,251,471  United States  July 31, 2007    Emergency Phone with Single Button Activation

Field of Use
The rights granted apply to the communication industry.

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: 137003

License Grant
The German Licensor grants to the Licensee of Puerto Rico and its Affiliates, a non-exclusive, non-transferable, non-assignable without the right to sublicense worldwide license under the licensed patents, to make, have made, use, import, export, distribute, sell, offer for sale, develop and advertise licensed products. In addition, Licensor hereby grants to the Licensee Third Parties a non-exclusive, non-transferable, non-assignable without the right to sublicense worldwide license under the licensed patents, to make, have made, use, import, export, distribute, sell, offer for sale, develop and advertise licensed products only.
License Property
The US patents are for wireless building controls.

The License owned by Seller relates to patents of Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, EPO, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Mexico Netherlands, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom and the United States.

Field of Use
The patented wireless building control systems and devices would be used in the construction industry for building management and protection.
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