A patent portfolio relating to filtering objectionable content in messages or posts prior to transmission. This portfolio is extremely important to today’s social media platforms.
A patent portfolio relating to media clip creation and distribution.
A foundational patent portfolio (with a priority date of 9-23-2002) relating to mobile ordering, via an app on a mobile computing device, and geo-location, which is ubiquitous in today’s wireless world.
A patent portfolio generally related to obtaining and managing metadata residing in multiple information sources.
An international patent portfolio generally related to securing transactions necessary for e-commerce such as payment services. The patented technologies provide secure transactions by establishing trusted communication paths between correspondents and verification of displayed watermarks.
Patent portfolio for a social platform allowing real-time location and engagement information-sharing. The Portfolio describes a mobile communication system that provides information to the user from other users and integrated alert/reporting services to allow users to submit real-time information that informs other users. This technology was designed to allow companies to easily track, analyze, notify, and interact with their mobile users. The Portfolio provides technology in four key areas:
• User tracking
• Local intelligence
• Hyperlocal push notifications
• User-generated content
Patent portfolio of 50 issued US patents and 17 pending US patent applications relating to RFID and location-based technologies.
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A patent portfolio related to video scanning technologies, including for inventory identification and quantification. More specifically, the Portfolio discloses technologies for inventory identification using a portable computing device having a camera. A video stream of a physical inventory is captured using the camera and a set of tracking points appearing in both frames is identified. Using the tracking points, inventory items are identified and quantified. This technology turns any device with a camera into a data-capture tool and provides bulk barcode scanning as well as object scanning that can be performed at any location such as at a Point of Sale or warehouse.
A patent related to integrated building management systems (IBMS). The patented technology provides a method and system for monitoring a building by taking into account data from various sources. These sources may include internal sensors in the building and outside factors such as weather, energy pricing, status of sensors from surrounding buildings, and human input data such as vacant spaces or construction work in the building.
A patent portfolio related to storage and distribution of electric energy, including transportable charging stations and batteries for electric vehicles, power grids, or any other electricity consuming device or system. The patented technologies provide for more rapid charging stations and transportable batteries or energy generating modules with fuel chambers that are configured to be placed at different locations within the energy generating module.
This patent generally relates to computer graphics for computer-simulated environments, such as virtual reality (VR) environments or any other graphics data capable of being presented on a display. In particular, the patented technology addresses a VR positioning system that calculates movement while wearing a VR headset and allows for the projection of the graphics according to the movement measured.
A patent portfolio related to inventory management and manufacturing quality control using radio frequency identification (RFID) detection systems. Such systems may be in the form of, for example, a phased array antenna-based RFID detection system to track and manage material storage and flow in a manufacturing process, warehouse, factory, or plant.
A patent relating to augmented reality (AR) collaboration, specifically providing real-time manipulation of objects within multiple dynamic and augmented video streams. The patented technology supports simultaneously synchronizing an augmented video stream with the video streams from other users. In other words, a participant of an AR collaboration system would be able to connect with users of a second AR system and share their augmented video streams with those users to enhance the AR experience from one participant to many. This approach allows real time manipulation of objects within multiple dynamic and augmented video stream in an AR space.
At this time, the patent is being offered to numerous companies that may have an interest in acquiring the patent and/or exploring a strategic partnership with Zugara.
Patents relating to e-commerce augmented reality technologies that provide users with an interactive digital mirror or virtual dressing room. The patented technologies can be used with a wide variety of video feeds taken from PCs, tablets, smartphones, depth-sensing cameras (e.g. Kinects), IPTV, kiosks, and even eyewear (e.g. Google Glass).
Patent portfolio relating to systems and methods for utilizing inputs and outputs for purposes of controlling equipment (e.g., semiconductor process equipment), industrial machinery, processing lines and the like, and more particularly to input and output control systems and methods utilizing distributed input/output modules and integral interlocks.
A patent relating to vehicle communications/advertising, in which an image is displayed on the vehicle window, which can be used for advertising or messaging.
Patent related to personal safety technology that signals an alert upon encountering an emergency situation. A specific embodiment is “yank” technology, which sends an alert when the connection of a peripheral device (such as headphones or a dongle) is terminated, such as when the headphones are removed from a personal emergency device (such as a smartphone), whether on purpose or by force.