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S Lee Hancock, Peter H Dana, Scott D Morrison: Internet based geographic location referencing system and method. GO2 Systems, Lyon & Lyon, March 13, 2001: US06202023 (467 worldwide citation)

A system and method for automatically providing services over a computer network, such as the Internet, for users in a mobile environment based on their geographic location. A client computer system is equipped with a local storage device, a wireless transceiver, an input device, an output device an ...


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S Lee Hancock, Peter H Dana: Geographic location referencing system and method. Go2 Systems, Lyon & Lyon, March 12, 2002: US06356834 (83 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for defining grid and proprietary addresses of selected locations within a geographical area is described, characterized in that the grid addresses are defined in relation to a grid and can be easily converted to global coordinates defined in relation to a known global referen ...


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S Lee Hancock, Peter H Dana: Geographic location referencing system and method. GO2 Systems, Farjami & Farjami, January 15, 2002: US06339744 (53 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for defining grid and proprietary addresses of selected locations within a geographical area is described, characterized in that the grid addresses are defined in relation to a grid and can be easily converted to global coordinates defined in relation to a known global referen ...


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S Lee Hancock, Peter H Dana: Geographic location referencing system and method. GO2 Systems, Lyon & Lyon, April 24, 2001: US06223122 (52 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for defining grid and proprietary addresses of selected locations within a geographical area is described, characterized in that the grid addresses are defined in relation to a grid and can be easily converted to global coordinates defined in relation to a known global referen ...


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S Lee Hancock, Peter H Dana: System and method for locating points of interest. Go2 Systems, Farjami & Farjami, October 29, 2002: US06473692 (40 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for defining grid and proprietary addresses of selected locations within a geographical area is described, characterized in that the grid addresses are defined in relation to a grid and can be easily converted to global coordinates defined in relation to a known global referen ...


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S Lee Hancock, Peter H Dana: Geographic location referencing system and method. Go2 Systems, Lyon & Lyon, October 11, 2001: US20010029426-A1

A method and apparatus for defining grid and proprietary addresses of selected locations within a geographical area is described, characterized in that the grid addresses are defined in relation to a grid and can be easily converted to global coordinates defined in relation to a known global referen ...


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S Lee Hancock: Nesting grid structure for a geographic referencing system and method of creating and using the same. Go2 Systems, Farshad Farjami Esq, Farjami & Farjami, February 20, 2003: US20030036842-A1

A nested grid structure of a geographical referencing system includes one or more regional grids generally centered on one or more respective grid origins, each regional grid including a plurality of cells. One or more local cities are located at least partially within the one or more regional grids ...


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Hancock Lee S, Hastings Jordan, Morrison Scott D: Unified geographic database and metod of creating, maintaining and using the same. Go2 Systems, FARSHAD Farjami, August 15, 2002: WO/2002/063853

The present inveiton invloves a Universal Geographic Database ('UGD'). The UGD is an automated, central or distributed, registry of real-world locations and locations-related information for business and other entities, analogous to the registry of domain manes for Internet and web sites. By this ce ...


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Hancock S Lee, Dana Peter H, Morrison Scott D: Internet based geographic location referencing system and method. Go2 Systems, Hancock S Lee, Dana Peter H, Morrison Scott D, FARJAMI Farshad, August 31, 2000: WO/2000/050844

A system and method for automatically providing services over a cmputer network, such as the Internet, for users in a mobile environment based on their geographic location. An application program is installed on a client computer system that prompts the user to input information. The application pro ...


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