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Juliana H J Brooks: Method and system for biometric recognition based on electric and/or magnetic characteristics. David A Greenlee, May 24, 2005: US06898299 (354 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for authenticating an individual living organism by recognizing a unique internal electric and/or magnetic and/or acoustic characteristic, which comprises a biometric signature, involve presenting a body part to a sensing device that senses the signature. The sensed presented ...


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Don E Casey: Subcutaneously implantable power supply. David A Greenlee, November 1, 2005: US06961619 (211 worldwide citation)

A subcutaneously implantable power supply is a device for powering implantable medical devices. The device has one or more thin photovoltaic cells contained in a case formed of a lamination of a plurality of thin plastic layers. Each layer is translucent in the area covering said cell, such that the ...


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H Gerald Gross: Emergency lighting strip. Wickes Manufacturing Company, David A Greenlee, July 14, 1992: US05130909 (130 worldwide citation)

An emergency aid, in the form of a lighting strip arranged along the floor of a predetermined escape route, is provided for guiding the escape of occupants from a confined area during conditions of severely reduced visibility. The strip comprises a plurality of spaced light-emitting elements, each b ...


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Juliana H J Brooks: Method and system for biometric recognition based on electric and/or magnetic properties. Quid Technologies, David A Greenlee, January 14, 2003: US06507662 (102 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for biometric recognition of an individual living organism uses electric and/or magnetic or acoustic energy. A biometric recognition system measures at least one bio-electrical and/or biomagnetic property to recognize of an individual living organism's identity. In one em ...


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Robert S Showghi, Scott Juds: Remote ordering system and method. I3E Holdings, David A Greenlee, July 19, 2005: US06920431 (100 worldwide citation)

A system and method for enabling patrons at large venues, such as spectator venues, convention halls, or airports, which have identifiable delivery locations, to utilize hand-held, wireless communication devices to self-order food, drink, souvenir items or services from remote order fulfillment loca ...


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Robert S Showghi, Scott Juds: Remote ordering system. David A Greenlee, October 29, 2002: US06473739 (81 worldwide citation)

A system and method for enabling patrons at large-scale spectator events at confined venues having identifiable seats utilizes conventional or special hand-held, wireless communication devices to self-order food, drink and souvenir items from remote order fulfillment locations within the venue for d ...


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Lee K Graves: Adjustable lumbar support. Wickes Manufacturing Company, David A Greenlee, November 14, 1989: US04880271 (71 worldwide citation)

A lumbar support for a motor vehicle seat or the like is provided. The support includes a pair of vertically mounted bands supported by an upper support band and a bracket, respectively. The vertical bands are bowed towards the front of the seat. An adjustment band is pivotably mounted to a rotatabl ...


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Roderick C Fischbach: Power convertible top with automatic top and tonneau sequencing. Wickes Manufacturing Company, David A Greenlee, November 26, 1991: US05067768 (64 worldwide citation)

A power actuating system automatically moves a convertible top and a tonneau in a sequence in which the tonneau is closed both when the top is raised and lowered and wherein the power actuating system includes plural power cylinders and a linkage mechanism for moving the convertible top and tonneau ...


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Carl L Shermer: Trailer drag reduction system. David A Greenlee, February 3, 2004: US06685256 (64 worldwide citation)

A system for reducing the drag on a trailer comprises a series of air ducts mounted beneath the trailer which each have an intake located beneath the trailer. The duct is connected to a plurality of vertical pipes, each having vertically-spaced pipes air discharge holes. Movement of the trailer forc ...


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Scott Juds: Collision avoidance system for vehicles. Auto Sense, David A Greenlee, October 31, 1995: US05463384 (62 worldwide citation)

A collision avoidance system includes an object detection module (50) mounted on a vehicle (54) for detecting the presence of an object (68) within a monitored zone of space (56) adjacent the vehicle (54). The detection unit (50) emits a plurality of beams (66) of infrared energy and detects the ref ...