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Koji Kato: Communications system and program. Denso Corporation, Posz Law Group, July 3, 2007: US07239252 (31 worldwide citation)

A communications system in a first vehicle sends departing information indicating that the first vehicle is about to depart from a parking space along with the vehicle information of the first vehicle when a door is unlocked, a key is inserted, and an engine is started. When the sent departing infor ...


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Naohiko Ishiguro, Mitsuhiro Kikuta, Yoshiaki Maekubo: Airbag device. Toyoda Gosei, Posz Law Group, January 1, 2008: US07314228 (31 worldwide citation)

An airbag device according to the present invention includes an airbag folded and housed in the shape of folded-up body, and an airbag wrapping member for keeping the folded-up configuration of the airbag. The folded-up body is formed by bringing both ends of the airbag close to a base line, such th ...


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Marc A Norton, Daniel J Roelker: Systems and methods for dynamic threat assessment. Sourcefire, Posz Law Group, December 25, 2007: US07313695 (31 worldwide citation)

The threat probability of events generated by a security device on a computer network is assessed by comparing the threat probability to a global threat probability. An abstract data type is used to describe how the events are combined to form a threat. If an event matches an unpopulated member of a ...


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Daniel J Roelker, Marc A Norton: Intrusion detection strategies for hypertext transport protocol. Sourcefire, Posz Law Group, February 24, 2009: US07496962 (30 worldwide citation)

A hypertext transport protocol (HTTP) inspection engine for an intrusion detection system (IDS) includes an HTTP policy selection component, a request universal resource identifier (URI) discovery component, and a URI normalization module. The HTTP policy selection component identifies an HTTP intru ...


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Naoki Hotta, Yoshio Mizuno, Atsushi Nagata, Hiroki Tanaka: Knee-protecting airbag device. Toyoda Gosei, Posz Law Group, October 14, 2008: US07434837 (30 worldwide citation)

The knee-protecting airbag device includes an airbag that protrudes rearward from a housing and deploys upward when fed with inflation gas. The airbag includes an upstream part located toward lower end of the completely inflated airbag and located upstream of inflation gas, and a downstream part loc ...


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Kazuhiro Sakai, Teiyuu Kimura, Katsuyoshi Nishii, Kazuya Inokawa, Tetsuya Nakashima: Portable biological information monitor apparatus and information management apparatus. DENSO CORPORATION, Posz Law Group, March 24, 2009: US07507207 (30 worldwide citation)

In a portable biological information monitor apparatus, a pulse wave detection signal obtained by light emission from a green LED and a body motion detection signal obtained by light emission from an infrared LED are detected as biological information. This biological information is analyzed to comp ...


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Hiromichi Tanaka, Tadashi Kamada: Driving assistance apparatus. DENSO CORPORATION, Posz Law Group, June 19, 2012: US08204642 (30 worldwide citation)

A driving assistance apparatus that performs accurate driving assistance in accordance with actual road environment is provided. An electronic control unit (ECU) acquires shape information and vehicular swept path information about a subject vehicle and a nearby vehicle, representing vehicles and mo ...


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Keisuke Hachisuka, Takayuki Shibata, Ryoichi Sugawara: Communications apparatus. DENSO CORPORATION, Posz Law Group, June 18, 2013: US08467742 (30 worldwide citation)

An electrode group is provided in a portable terminal carried by a human body for transmitting a transmission signal to the human body functioning as a transmission medium. The electrode group contains three electrodes arranged respectively at three vertices of an equilateral triangle. Three types o ...


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Hiroto Nakatani, Noriyuki Ozaki, Kenichi Yanai: Breath monitor. DENSO CORPORATION, Posz Law Group, December 11, 2007: US07306564 (30 worldwide citation)

A breath monitor includes: a plurality of sensors for detecting a load derived from a human lying on a bed and for outputting a sensor signal corresponding to the load; and breath signal computation means. The sensors are disposed under the human with a predetermined arrangement. The breath signal c ...


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Martin Roesch, Ronald A Dempster, Judy Novak: Systems and methods for determining characteristics of a network. Sourcefire, Posz Law Group, September 21, 2010: US07801980 (29 worldwide citation)

A packet transmitted on a network is read and decoded. A network device and its operating system are identified by analyzing the decoded packet. If more than one operating system is identified from the decoded packet, the operating system is selecting by comparing confidence values assigned to the o ...