Royalty Report: Battery, Electrical & Electronics, Energy Resources & Svcs – Collection: 6234

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Created On: 2020-07-15, Record Count: 20

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This collection of transactions and supporting information was developed using our AI algorithm to curate similar royalty reports into a cohesive collection to support your licensing, transfer pricing or other transaction scenarios where documented royalty rates and/or deal terms are important.
Created On: 2020-07-15
Record Count: 20

Primary Industries

  • Battery
  • Electrical & Electronics
  • Energy Resources & Svcs
  • Transportation
  • Energy & Environment
  • Storage
  • Automotive
  • Alternative and Renewable Energy
  • Solar
  • Fabrication
  • Lithium

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 6234

License Grant
The Licensee entered into a five year exclusive worldwide technology agreement for the use of certain smart battery system technologies.
Field of Use
Licensee is engaged in the development of energy storage technology relating to bipolar cell and battery products.

IPSCIO Record ID: 26768

License Grant
The Company exercised its right to acquire a non-exclusive Licensing Agreement of thin-film battery technology.
License Property
The technology is for a battery that is lithium-based and manufactured to be thinner than common plastic wrap.  Like the larger, traditional lithium batteries that power laptops and cell phones, this lithium battery is also rechargeable. Unlike traditional lithium batteries, the thin-film battery is intended for small, hi-tech, low power applications, some of which have not yet been developed or brought to market. Current anticipated uses include 'smart' credit cards, security cards, wireless sensors, radio frequency identification tags, chip memory backup and advanced drug delivery devices.

IPSCIO Record ID: 230641

License Grant
The Company entered into an agreement with the Licensor granting the Company an exclusive license to commercialize its patented Internal Short Circuit technology.
License Property
The patented Internal Short Circuit (ISC) device, which causes predictable battery cell failures in lithium-ion batteries, making them easier to study and, therefore, safer. Lithium-ion batteries are the industry and consumer standard for portable power; billions of individual battery cells exist and billions more are planned for production. They provide power for everything from smart phones and laptops to electric cars and space crafts. But lithium-ion batteries fail, sometimes with catastrophic results. Due to the relative rarity of cell failures, scientists and researchers had been unable to reliably or accurately replicate latent defect cell failures in lab settings, impeding research into safer battery technology. In 2015, researchers developed and patented a device – the Internal Short Circuit – that creates these cell failures in predictable conditions.
Field of Use
This agreement pertains to the electronics industry relating to batteries.  The Company will market both ISC devices to battery cell manufacturers and ISC embedded battery cells to OEM manufacturers.

IPSCIO Record ID: 1600

License Grant
The Company acquired two technology license agreements consist of the rights to patented technology and related technical information for battery; rechargeable lithium batteries for use in a wide array of applications from an undisclosed Licensor.
Field of Use
The Company has been focusing on the commercialization of its advanced rechargeable batteries which are based on its proprietary lithium-ion solid-polymer technology and are integrated into consumer electronic applications such as portable computers and cellular telephones.

IPSCIO Record ID: 27829

License Grant
The Company entered into a License Agreement with the University whereby the Company will have a limited exclusive License to Integrated Power Source patents.
License Property
Two patents cover a compact power source that produces electricity from solar energy. Designed to be thin and extremely flexible, the self-contained power source can fit a variety of applications – even taking the shape of the device it powers.

The invention enables batteries in small electronic appliances to be charged and deliver power more effectively.  The patents are for the solar powered cell phone and iPod chargers.

IPSCIO Record ID: 203277

License Grant
Licensor grants a non-exclusive, worldwide, non-sublicensable, non-transferable license as to all Licensors New Intellectual Property to use such New Intellectual Property in connection with the development, marketing and sales of Grid Service Systems to Licensor and to Third Parties during the Initial Term and any extension.
License Property
The technology is for an energy storage system using Nanophosphate battery technology.
Field of Use
This agreement is for the energy storage industry.

IPSCIO Record ID: 26118

License Grant
The Japanese Licensor, an affiliate, entered into a Agreement that has made it possible for us to focus our technologies on the emerging large market for Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEV) power modules.
License Property
Under this Agreement, the Licensor ( 49% owned by Licensee) agreed to develop and License or sell to Licensee advanced Li-ion battery cell technology with high-rate capability and a highly automated, modular technique for manufacturing these battery cells.  To transfer the technology and know-how under PCT No. 030-536PCT (Patent Pending), together with detailed designs of pilot lines capable of producing 10,000 cells / month and complete mass production plan.
Field of Use
Licensee is interested in developing a pilot line using NanoEner’s Vapor Deposition and Solidification (VDS) process for high rate Li-Ion Battery technology for Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEV) power modules.

IPSCIO Record ID: 27318

License Grant
The Company has an exclusive license to use the patent rights for the purpose of manufacturing and marketing certain batteries and other products employing similar technology.  The Licensor granted to the Company exclusive worldwide rights to DEMI’s zinc-air battery patents and technology (including trade secrets) for all applications other than motor vehicles for so long as the Company wishes to use such licensed rights.
Field of Use
The Company was formed to develop and commercialize rechargeable zinc-air batteries for portable electronic products.

IPSCIO Record ID: 27150

License Grant
The New Zealand Company entered into an exclusive worldwide license for certain anode, cathode and electrolyte materials technologies developed by University.  This agreement was amended in December 1998, so that Licensee’s license for anode patents is now non-exclusive.
License Property
The Company is required to develop, working prototypes of lithium batteries for laptop computers and cellular telephones applications by January 2000, working prototypes of lithium batteries for electric vehicle applications by January 2004 and working prototypes of large energy storage systems or large energy leveling systems by January 1, 2008.

Patent Rights relating Case No. 7960, Glass Compositions for Anode Materials in Rechargeable Lithium Batteries; Case No. 7959, Solid Polymer Electrolyte Lithium Battery and Process of Manufacture; Case No. 7799, Mixed Ionic-Electronic Conducting Binder for Lithium Battery Electrodes; Case No. 7124, High Voltage Cathode Materials For Li Batteries (U.S. Patent Application filed 10/10/97 based on Provisional Patent Applications 60/028278 filed 10/11/96 and 60/053876 filed 7/28/97); Case No. 7054, Block Copolymer Electrolytes for Lithium Solid (U.S. Patent Application No. filed 10/10/97 based on Provisional Patent Application 60/028,341 filed 10/11/96) and Case No. 6774, Cathodes For Lithium Solid Polymer Electrolyte Batteries (U.S. Patent Application No. filed 10/10/97 based on Provisional Patent Application 60/08,342 filed 10/11/96).

Field of Use
Field shall mean all fields but excluded fields.  Excluded Fields shall mean batteries for military applications, and for aerospace applications such as satellites and space vehicles but not batteries that are essentially equivalent to those sold in commercial, mass-markets.

IPSCIO Record ID: 27033

License Grant
Canadian Licensor hereby grants to the Canadian Licensee a non-exclusive worldwide licence to use the NRC Base LI Technology for the Specified Uses with rights to sub-licence worldwide, on the terms stated herein.
License Property
Lithium Ion batteries offer several advantages not available from conventional battery technologies such as higher energy density, higher cell voltage and longer charge retention or shelf life.  As a result, these batteries have been marketed as a power source for consumer electronics such as cellular phones, camcorders and many other high drain applications.

1. Materials for Use as Cathodes in Lithium Ion Cells. Isobel J. Davidson,Roderick S. McMillan and John J. Murray. Assigned to NRC. Filed July 9,
1993; Issued 6 December,  1994. US Patent  #5,370,949.  Canadian patent application #2,163,265.

2. Method of Forming a Stable  Form of LiMnO2 as Cathode in Lithium  Cell. Isobel J.  Davidson,  Roderick S.  McMillan and John J.  Murray.  Filed April 26, 1995;  Issued April 9,1996.  US Patent  #5,506,078.  Canadian patent application #2,163,182.

3. Electrolyte for a Secondary Cell. Zhi X. Shu,  Roderick S. McMillan and John J. Murray.  Assigned to NRC. Filed April 15, 1994; Issued June 25, 1996. US Patent #5,529,859.

4. Electrolyte for a Secondary Cell. Zhi X. Shu,  Roderick S. McMillan and John J. Murray. Assigned to NRC. Filed October 6, 1995; Issued November 5, 1996. US Patent #5,571,635.

5. Method of Forming a Stable  Form of LiMnO2 as Cathode in Lithium  Cell. Isobel J.  Davidson,  Roderick S.  McMillan and John J.  Murray.  Filed
April 26, 1995; U.S. patent application #08/429,001.  One limited usage claim allowed and will issue in about 3 months.  CIP action in progress for broader usage claims.

Field of Use
'Energy Materials Field' means Technology related to a broad variety of battery formats, fuel cell formats, related materials (including, without limitation, separators, electrolytes, electrodes, packaging etc.) and associated production, processes and testing.

IPSCIO Record ID: 28723

License Grant
The Licensee entered into a Patent SubLicense Agreement with the Licensor, a Swiss corporation, as part of a settlement Agreement with Hydro-Quebec and the Board of Regents of the University of Texas System, on behalf of the University of Texas at Austin.
License Property
As partial consideration for the License grants by the Licensor, the Licensee will be required to pay royalties to the Licensor on a quarterly basis, based on a percentage of the Licensee's net sales of cells, electrode systems, and/or complex systems (plus such net sales attributed to any permitted subLicensees of the Licensee) during such quarterly period.
Field of Use
The Licensee develops and manufactures advanced Nanophosphate® lithium iron phosphate batteries and energy storage systems that deliver high power and energy density, long life, and excellent safety performance. The company’s technology enables customers to commercialize innovative products for the transportation, electric grid, commercial and government markets.

IPSCIO Record ID: 2866

License Grant
The Licensee, a Swiss company, shall receive an irrevocable, world-wide license, unlimited in time and with authority to issue sub-license, restricted to the use of the background know-how for micro passenger cars with hybrid power and four wheels.
License Property
The Licensor is experienced in the fields of engineering design, development and manufacturing of advanced valve regulated lead acid batteries, known as the Horizon battery. The Licensee desires to avail itself of the expertise and know-how of the Licensor in developing a new Battery Module and Pack based on the Horizon technology, specifically suited for the application of a small, light and inexpensive car.

IPSCIO Record ID: 125227

License Grant
The Licensor entered into a non binding Tri-Party Letter of Intent with the Chinese Licensees regarding the sale of Licensor’s PbC technology in China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau to Licensees, along with non-exclusive licensing rights in North America.
License Property
The IP package includes the sale of Licensor’s five PbC patents in China; nonexclusive license to its 15 PbC patents in the United States; and will give Licensees access to all of Licensor’s intellectual property rights to PbC technology for use in a wide variety of applications, from automotive to energy storage.

The patented PbC Battery stands as a leader in energy storage innovation. With its fast recharge, longer cycle life, string-stabilization and wide operating voltage window, this battery offers new energy storage solutions.  The patented lead carbon battery is the only advanced battery technology with an all carbon negative electrode.

Field of Use
The agreement pertains to technology relating to batteries and energy storage components and devices for use in a wide variety of applications, from automotive to energy storage.

IPSCIO Record ID: 4710

License Grant
The License to the Canadian Licensee will be exclusive and unconditional with the right to sub-license. The License shall include all the  Canadian Licensor's intellectual property pertaining to advanced light weight lead acid batteries and specifically the exclusive rights to develop, sell and sub-license products using PCT Patent Application # US02/30,607 and US Patent #6,060,198.
License Property
The Licensor will develop and commercialize the advanced performance battery technology concepts.
Field of Use
The existing advanced lightweight lead acid battery technology will be exclusively and unconditionally licensed to the Licensee.

IPSCIO Record ID: 2698

License Grant
We entered into a five-year know-how and Trademark License Agreement with Licensee whereby Licensee will manufacture C-Line(R), V-Line(R) and Velocity(TM) batteries and pay us royalties with respect to such products.

IPSCIO Record ID: 26959

License Grant
The Licensee executed an agreement whereby the Licensee obtained exclusive license and sublicense rights to use Licensor’s air electrode technology for its zinc-air batteries for portable computer products and non-exclusive license and sublicense rights for all other portable products.
Field of Use
The rights granted apply to the battery industry.

IPSCIO Record ID: 300746

License Grant
University grants a license under the patent rights to develop, make, have made, use, sell, offer to sell, lease, and import licensed products in the field in the territory and to develop and perform licensed processes in the field in the territory.
License Property
The licensed patents include:
Design And Manufacturing Process For Batteries,
Self-assembled Electrochemical And Bipolar Electronic Devices, and
Conductive Lithium Storage Electrode and Method of Making Same.

MIT Case 8700, USA Patent Application Serial No. 60/242124, Filed October 20, 2000, Entitled 'Microstructural Modeling Of Lithium Battery Electrodes'.

MIT Case 9101, USA Patent Application Serial No. APPL. FILED, Filed July 27, 2001, Entitled 'Self-organizing Structures And Associated Methods'.

Field of Use
The field shall mean batteries and power supplies, and components thereof.

IPSCIO Record ID: 27571

License Grant
The Singapore University hereby grants to Licensee a perpetual, exclusive worldwide, royalty- bearing license, with rights to sublicense as set forth herein, under the Licensed Technology to develop, have developed, manufacture, have manufactured, import, export, use, market, offer for sale, sell, have sold and otherwise commercialize and exploit the Licensed Products in the Field of Application in the Territory, and to use the Licensed Technology for such purpose.
License Property
The Licensed Technology relates to fast-charging lithium-ion batteries.

TD/119/13 : Synthesis of High Aspect Ratio Titanate Nanotubes and Its Environmental Applications As Free-Standing Multifunctional Membrane
TD/197/13 : Correlating Aspect Ratio Of Nanotubular Structures With Electrochemical Performance To Achieve Ultrafast-Charging Lithium-Ion Battery

Elongated Titanate Nanotube, Its Synthesis Method, And Its Use PCT PCT/SG2014/000435 16/09/2014

Synthesis Of High Aspect Ratio Titanate Nanotubes And Its Environmental Applications As Free- Standing Multifunctional Membrane US PRV 61/878,456 16/09/2013

Correlating Aspect Ratio Of Nanotubular Structures With Electrochemical Performance for High- Rate and Long-Life Lithium-Ion Battery US PRV 61/951,194 11/03/2014

Field of Use
“Field of Application” means applications in the field of (i) consumer electronics including without limitation, wearable electronics, mobile phones, smart devices and electric batteries, including rechargeable and non- rechargeable batteries; and (ii) electric vehicles.

IPSCIO Record ID: 27774

License Grant
The Canadian parties entered an agreement which granted a non-exclusive license to use Licensor's Lithium Ion Base   Technology for the research, development, manufacturing and marketing of batteries, with the right to sublicense such technology, and the exclusive right to use and/or license the Enhancements.
License Property
This license is pertaining to the development of a less costly rechargeable Lithium battery using Manganese in the system and an improved separator that could shut down the battery safely in the event of a malfunction.

IPSCIO Record ID: 2295

License Grant
Licensor has granted New Zealand Licensee a non-exclusive worldwide license to use Licensor’s thin film technology and manufacturing methods solely as it relates to lithium-ion batteries.
License Property
Licensed Patents are 4,794,059-Lightweight Solid Rechargeable Batteries, 5,006,431-Solid State Polymer Electrolyte for Batteries, etc.  Lightweight solid state rechargeable alkaline metal or alkaline earth metal batteries which includes a base current collector and carrier of carbon fiber construction.  A solid state polymer electrolyte which is formed by mixing an ultraviolet light or electronbeam curable epoxide based polymer with an electrolyte and curing the mixture whereby the polymer cross links and forms a solid state or semi-solid state electrolyte.
Field of Use
The rights granted apply to the battery market.
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