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IPSCIO Record ID: 7067
1. Electroluminescence Power Cell (for Lap-Top Computer)
2. Solenoid Pump
3. Solar Powered Fishing Tackle Box
4. Flasher Beacon
5. Electroluminescence Power Cell (for Portable T.V.)
6. Rapid-Hot Water Heater (120 volt)
7. Rapid-Hot Water Heater (12 volt)
8. Hydraulic Solenoid Solar-Powered Pump
9. Solar Powered Camping Lights
10. Solar Powered Survival Lantern With ELT
11. Solar Powered Lantern With Flashing Strobe
12. Solar Powered Barricade Light
13. Turbine Generator
14. Hydrogen Powered Generator System
15. Speedy Sputter with Solenoid Drive
16. Solenoid Pump for Diesel Motors
17. Flexible Socket Extension
18. Spring Loaded Magnetic Socket-wrench
All right, title and interest of the Company in and to that certain products referred to as the Inventions, together with all trademarks, patents, and all powers and privileges relating thereto, and any and all modifications, improvements, enhancements, variations, and alterations relating thereto. It is intended that this Agreement will cover all succeeding generations of this product. Licensee shall reserve the right to change the name or use it as they deem necessary.
All right title and interest of the Company in all existing and future marketing rights, lists of customers, accounts and sales leads, manufacturing processes, drawings, and expertise involved in connection with said Inventions.
Company owns certain technology, patents and intellectual property related to the development of small electricity generation devices to be incorporated into existing portable electronic devices including portable laptop computers, handheld devices, cellular phones, and other electronic devices.
IPSCIO Record ID: 28321
|Electroluminescence Power |D/D MO 01653276014-6/9/00 | |
|Cell (for all applications |HS00021-6/19/00 | |
|and devices generally and |Pat. App. 29/128,113-8/17/00 | |
|for lap-top computer | | |
|specifically) | | |
|Solenoid Pump | MO 02834596225-5/22/01 | |
| | (Refrig.-Solenoid Pump D/D | |
| | HS00036-2/26/01 | |
|Solar-Powered Utility Box | D/D 408427-11/26/96 refiled | |
| | 11/1/98 pending pat. app. | |
|Electroluminescence Power | | |
|Cell (for cell phone) | Pending – D/D | |
|Locator Flasher Beacon | Pat. App. 29/122,306-4/25/00 | Otis Sanders |
| | Pat. App. 29/100,667-2/16/99 | |
|Electroluminescence Power | | |
|Cell (for portable TV) | Pending – D/D | |
|Rapid-Hot Water Heater | D/D 47189098361 | Otis Sanders/ |
|(120-volt) | 432586-2/19/98 refile | |
|Rapid-Hot Water Heater | As above–voltage | Otis Sanders/ |
|(12 volt) | D/C 12V-1 amp. | |
| | D/D 408422 | |
| | MO 65340219453 | |
| | refile pending | |
|Hydraulic Solenoid Solar- | D/D pending waiting on art | Otis Sanders/ |
|Powered Pump | Work | |
|Solar-Powered Camping Lights| Free-lite retrofit chg. | |
| | D/D 433921 | |
| | M/O 6768249647 | |
| | Pat. App. 29/006,312 | |
|Solar-Powered Survival | Pat. App. 29/005,169-2/24/93 | |
|Lantern with ELT | Abd–Refile: Patent | |
| | issued 9/5/95 | |
| | Pat. Des. 362,078 | |
|Solar-Powered Lantern with | Pat. issued (same as above | |
|Flashing Strobe | only without ELT) | |
|Solar-Powered Barricade | Pat. App. 29/014,755-11/1/93 | |
|Light | Abd–refile | |
|Turbine Generator | Should re-file Pat. App. | |
| | within 60 days (no later | |
| | than Aug. 01) | |
| | Pat. App. 29/097,502-11/12/98 | |
| | D/D 447282 filed 7/11/98 | |
|Hydrogen-Powered Generator | Re-working D/D now. | |
|System | Will re-file with new specs | |
| | within 2 weeks | |
|Speedy-Spudder with | MO 47189098350 | |
|Solenoid Drive | | |
|Solenoid Pump for | Pending–re-pump spec | |
|Diesel Mo | (pressure) | |
|Flexible Socket Extension | 479153-8/30/00 | |
|Spring-Loaded Magnetic | | |
|Socket Wrench | 481486-10/20/00 | |
|Uninterruptable | | |
|Photovoltaic Generator | D/D 456720-5/17/99-refiled | |
| | Pat. App. 08/036,952 | |
| | Pat. App. 29/006,311 | |
|Rad Delineator Flasher | Class 026 29/019/648 | |
|Light Combo | D/D 408423 |
IPSCIO Record ID: 26599
IPSCIO Record ID: 27829
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: 230641
IPSCIO Record ID: 26768
IPSCIO Record ID: 28562
Licensor wishes to grant an exclusive license to Licensee and assign all right, title and interest in any domestic and foreign patents granted at a future date for this technology, subject to certain terms and conditions.
IPSCIO Record ID: 29317
â€œPatent Pendingâ€) means the patent application number 2,357,766 filed with the Canada Intellectual Property Office by John Salamon on September 4, 2001 and entitled â€œElectric Motor Generator (Box) Device for Electric Powerâ€ for protection of the design of the Products.
2,357,766: An electric motor generator (Box) device for internal and external electrical applications.
The device is expected to be able to provide electrical power needs of homes, offices, etc., on a small scale. The source of electric energy comes from the motor generator that is expected to re-charge itself, the (Box) device.
IPSCIO Record ID: 46156
US 8,622,056 Solar Energy Power Generation System
US 9,163,512 Bladeless Turbine
IPSCIO Record ID: 1600
IPSCIO Record ID: 2937
IPSCIO Record ID: 29125
IPSCIO Record ID: 4051
IPSCIO Record ID: 27318
IPSCIO Record ID: 28757
The Licensor agreed to grant to Licensee the exclusive license to use and sub-license the Technology and the Licensor Marks for the manufacture, marketing, distribution and sale of Products throughout the Territory, and, a patent application having been made, the parties desire to formalize that agreement.
Licensor Marks means all trademarks, service marks, logos, insignias, seals, designs and other symbols/devices created or developed by or on behalf of Licensor, now or in the future, with respect to the Invention and/or Technology.
Products means any and all products which may be manufactured, produced or otherwise derived, or are capable of being manufactured, produced or otherwise derived, using the Invention and/or all or some of the Technology, now or in the future.
Invention means the invention which is the subject of the United States provisional patent application entitled 'Sequential Pulse Method for Fast Battery Charging', filed July 19, 1999 on behalf of Licensor.
IPSCIO Record ID: 26729
The Licensor is currently developing a flat, flexible, screen-printed method of producing batteries to be incorporated into printed display applications utilizing screen-printed polymer lighting. This proprietary system will address the need for applications with limited space requiring increased flexibility such as printed ads.
IPSCIO Record ID: 3388
Licensor agrees to negotiate the grant of a non-exclusive license (without right to grant sublicenses; to the Company on commercially reasonable terms) to make or have made Fuel Cell components under Licensor Background IP as necessary for the Company to use and commercialize the Prefect IP in the Fuel Cell Field of Use.
IPSCIO Record ID: 26118
IPSCIO Record ID: 29055
IPSCIO Record ID: 4642
(a) technology to economically produce desalinated water from seawater or brackish water using solar energy (herein referred to as the 'H2ONOW Technology'), for which there is a patent pending';
(b) technology similar to the H2ONOW Technology that uses off the shelf solar collectors (herein referred to as the 'H2ONOW Modified Technology');
(c) technology related to the use of a solar dish with a MECH recuperator (herein referred to as the 'SDWATER Technology'); and
(d) technology relating to the collection of solar energy during the day and storage thereof for night time use (herein referred to as the 'SOLAWATT Technology'), as further particularized in U.S. Patent No. 6,223,743.
'Licensed Technology' means the following:
(a) the H2ONOW Technology, the H2ONOW Modified Technology, the SDWATER technology, and the SOLAWATT Technology;
The Modified H2ONOW technology system is the same as the H2ONOW Technology except that it uses standard off-the-shelf solar thermal collectors to produce the hot water rather than the SOLAWATT collector. As the energy storage capacity of such standard collectors is small, a storage tank is used to store the hot water overnight.
The SDWATER Technology is a system that uses a parabolic reflecting mirror (dish) to concentrate sunlight on a boiler that produces high-pressure steam, which turns a turbine. The turbine drives a pump that pumps seawater or brackish water into a reverse-osmosis unit to produce fresh water. A MECH recuperator is used to recover the energy of the brine effluent from the reverse-osmosis unit. The MECH recuperator consists of a MECH hydraulic motor connected to a MECH pump. The motor is driven by the high-pressure brine, and it drives the pump, which pumps additional seawater into the reverse-osmosis unit.