Royalty Report: Scientific & Technical Instruments, Test/Monitoring, Construction – Collection: 5661

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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 15

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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 15

Primary Industries

  • Scientific & Technical Instruments
  • Test/Monitoring
  • Construction
  • Energy Resources & Svcs
  • Oil & Gas Extraction
  • Metals & Metal Products
  • Chemicals
  • Security
  • Electrical & Electronics

IPSCIO Report Record List

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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: 26504

License Grant
The Company has entered into a license agreement with the University regarding the development and marketing of the EFS.
License Property
The EFS is designed to measure electrochemically the state of fatigue damage in a metal fatigue member.

The Electrochemical Fatigue Sensor has demonstrated in the laboratory that it can detect cracks as small as 10 microns (0.0004 inches), which is smaller than any other practical technology.  The EFS functions by treating the location of interest (the target) associated with the structural member as an electrode of an electrochemical cell.  By imposing a constant voltage-equivalent circuit as the control mechanism for the electrochemical reaction at the target surface, current flows as a function of stress action.  The EFS is always a dynamic process; therefore stress action is required, e.g. to measure a bridge structural member it is necessary that cyclic loads be imposed, as normal traffic on the bridge would do.  The results are a specific set of current waveforms and amplitudes that characterize and indicate fatigue damage i.e., fatigue cracks.

Field of Use
The Company is in the final stage of developing the EFS.  The EFS is a device that employs the principle of electrochemical/mechanical interaction to find cracks.  It is an instrument that detects very small cracks and has the potential to determine crack growth rates.

IPSCIO Record ID: 6170

License Grant
The Licensor granted the Licensee, a non-exclusive License to use, distribute, and sell the Intellectual Property.
License Property
Intellectual Property (i) Fatigue Fuse,(a nondestructive crack inspection technology, used to determine if actively growing fatigue cracks are present on a bridge or metal structure and (ii) Borescope (an optical device consisting of a rigid or flexible tube with an eyepiece on one end, an objective lens on the other linked together by a relay optical system in between, used for inspection work where the area to be inspected is inaccessible by other means).

IPSCIO Record ID: 6820

License Grant
Licensor hereby grants Licensee, a newly formed corporate subsidiary of the Licensor, an exclusive license to use and practice the Proprietary Rights in the Technology in the Territory.
Field of Use
The rights granted apply to proprietary technology for detecting metal fatigue and measuring metal stress, including products in the development stage known as the fatigue fuse, electrochemical fatigue sensor and the borescope.

IPSCIO Record ID: 6120

License Grant
Sublicensor agrees to grant to Sublicensee, a non-exclusive sub-license to make, have made, use and sell use, distribute, and sell the Licensed Product,  which is a device that employs the principle of electrochemical/mechanical interaction to find cracks in a metal structural member.  The original License agreement is between the Licensor and a University.
Field of Use
The rights granted apply to metal structural member.

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: 163

License Grant
Canadian Licensor granted to Licensee the exclusive right and License, within the Licensed territory, to make, have made, use, offer, and sell the Licensed Products during the Term commencing on the effective date and ending on the first anniversary of the effective date.

This grant of license shall include the right to use any existing or hereafter-acquired trademark of Licensor (whether registered or not), or any packaging trade dress of Licensor, in connection with the promotion, marketing, offer, or sale of Licensed Products in the Licensed Territory.

License Property
Intellectual Property Rights means patent rights, copyrights, trade secret rights, trademark rights and all other intellectual and industrial property rights of any sort relating to tank measurement via acoustic sensor devices, internal measurement devices, other external devices, manual or mechanical measurement devices.

Licensor owns or has the right to grant licenses covering certain patents, patent applications, technology, trade secrets, data, know-how and other intellectual property relating to tank monitoring apparatuses and techniques to remotely measure and report tank levels via its acoustic sensor technology.

“Licensed Technology” means inventions (whether patented or not), ideas, designs, processes, know-how, documents, records, scientific and engineering information and data, literature, plans and specifications (whether reduced to writing or not), and any manifestations or embodiments thereof and Intellectual Property Rights therein, used or owned by or licensed or otherwise properly available to Licensor that relate to tank measurement via acoustic sensor devices, internal measurement devices, other external devices, manual or mechanical measurement devices.

Field of Use
The Licensee has monitored the field testing of Licensor's products and is convinced of the accuracy, reliability and durability of the Licensor's patented ultrasonic and its potential for widespread global market applications in propane, gasoline, ammonia, diesel and other chemical storage tanks.

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: 29232

License Grant
In the 2007 acquisition of NATI, the Licensee, a company that uses technology to monitor metal fatigue, entered into a license agreement to develop and market the patented process known as Nondestructive evaluation and stimulate industrial innovation.

Under the terms of the non-exclusive license with Licensor, the Licensee is required to develop products for sale in the commercial market and to provide the Licensor with a development plan and bi-annual development report until the first commercial product sale. The Company has the right to sublicense the patented process to third companies.

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

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: 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: 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: 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: 27906

License Grant
The University grants to Licensee for the term of this Agreement an exclusive, world-wide right and license, with the right to grant sublicenses, to make, have made, use and sell Penn Licensed Products(S) (EFS -Electrochemical Fatigue Sensors)  in the Field of Use.
License Property
University is the sole and exclusive owner and proprietor of certain inventions and improvements together with technical information and proprietary rights relating to electrochemical methods and devices to determine metal fatigue.

The trademark Cyclops 2000-3D and any derivatives thereof

Field of Use
Field of Use means the field of the use or application of Penn Patent Rights or Penn Technical Information to obtain electrochemical data on metals to determine the fatigue status of such metals.

IPSCIO Record ID: 7749

License Grant
The Company has an agreement with the former owner of the Licensor regarding net revenue earned from certain microwave-based products.

The contingent liability arose as a result of an acquisition of the Licensor.

License Property
Microwave products are used to prepare chemical compounds for analyses. Markets for the microwave digestion equipment include environmental, biological, metallurgical, geological, and industrial. Applications include acid digestion of aqueous inorganic samples in accordance with proposed U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and other defined methods. Organic sample matrices such as oil, sludge, solvents, and hazardous wastes are also handled by these microwave products.
Field of Use
The field of use relates to chemical compounds.  Licensee designs, manufactures, markets, and services analytical, monitoring, and sample preparation products, components, and systems used to detect, measure, and analyze chemical compounds.

The Licensee designs, manufactures, markets, and services products primarily for specialized applications in the analytical instruments markets, including sample preparation, detection, measurement, and monitoring instruments used to analyze chemical compounds.  Licensee provides innovative products for chemical analysis. The Company's products perform detection, analysis, measurement, and monitoring applications in food, beverage, pharmaceutical, semiconductor, power generation, chemical, petrochemical, and chemical treatment and security industries.

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