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Keith Alter, Andrew Kevin Barrows, Chad Jennings: Handheld synthetic vision device. Honeywell International, Ingrassia Fisher & Lorenz P C, June 15, 2010: US07737965 (104 worldwide citation)

A handheld synthetic vision system includes a display, a sensor suite and a computer all housed in a handheld unit. The system enhances normal vision by displaying to a user actual or digitally created visual scenes of objects and information that may or may not be perceptible to unaided human sense ...


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Keith Alter, Andrew Kevin Barrows, Chad Jennings, Carlo Tiana: Real-time, three-dimensional synthetic vision display of sensor-validated terrain data. Morrison Ulman, April 1, 2008: US07352292 (33 worldwide citation)

A terrain database that is rendered in three-dimensional perspective on a Synthetic Vision display in a moving vehicle is updated in real-time in response to data from a ranging sensor. The updated database may be stored and shared with users of displays in other vehicles.


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Mark Davis, Edwin Booth, Chad Jennings: Automated telephone conferencing method and system. Palm, Kacvinsky, November 13, 2007: US07295852 (31 worldwide citation)

A computer implemented method of conducting a teleconference is disclosed. The method includes selecting a group of potential conferees using a graphical user interface tool displayed on a display screen, automatically setting up the teleconference by accessing telephone numbers for each conferee of ...


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Mark Davis, Edwin Booth, Chad Jennings: Automated telephone conferencing method and system. Palm, Kacvinsky Daisak PLLC, January 4, 2011: US07865180 (9 worldwide citation)

A computer implemented method of conducting a teleconference is disclosed. The method includes selecting a group of potential conferees using a graphical user interface tool displayed on a display screen, automatically setting up the teleconference by accessing telephone numbers for each conferee of ...


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Keith Alter, Andrew Kevin Barrows, Chad Jennings, Carlo Tiana: Real-time, three-dimensional synthetic vision display of sensor-validated terrain data. Morrison Ulman, Woodside Ip Group, July 26, 2007: US20070171094-A1

A terrain database that is rendered in three-dimensional perspective on a Synthetic Vision display in a moving vehicle is updated in real-time in response to data from a ranging sensor. The updated database may be stored and shared with users of displays in other vehicles.


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Mark Davis, Edwin Booth, Chad Jennings: Automated telephone conferencing method and system. Wagner Murabito & Hao, February 28, 2008: US20080049921-A1

A computer implemented method of conducting a teleconference is disclosed. The method includes selecting a group of potential conferees using a graphical user interface tool displayed on a display screen, automatically setting up the teleconference by accessing telephone numbers for each conferee of ...


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Keith Alter, Andrew Kevin Barrows, Chad Jennings, Carlo Tiana: Real-time, three-dimensional synthetic vision display of sensor-validated terrain data. Mercury Computer Systems, Aireyes, Honeywell International, February 12, 2009: US20090040070-A1

A terrain database that is rendered in three-dimensional perspective on a Synthetic Vision display in a moving vehicle is updated in real-time in response to data from a ranging sensor. The updated database may be stored and shared with users of displays in other vehicles.


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Keith Alter, Andrew Kevin Barrows, Chad Jennings: Handheld synthetic vision device. Nav3d Corporation, Honeywell International, November 26, 2009: US20090293012-A1

A handheld synthetic vision system includes a display, a sensor suite and a computer all housed in a handheld unit. The system enhances normal vision by displaying to a user actual or digitally created visual scenes of objects and information that may or may not be perceptible to unaided human sense ...


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NICK LUDLUM , KAIGANI TURNER , CHAD JENNINGS : [en] Business card with associated digital content. MOO PRINT  , February 21, 2018: GB2552931-A

[en] A method and apparatus for sharing contact information. The business card (100, Fig 1) is wirelessly enabled (102, Fig 1) and when brought close to a user device allows the user to personalise the unique URL of the card with information that they have preloaded onto their account 508, 510. The ...


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NICK LUDLUM , KAIGANI TURNER , CHAD JENNINGS : [en] Business cards and digital services. MOO PRINT  , February 21, 2018: GB2552932-A

[en] A method of delivering a service over a digital communications network to a user device 5 is described, the method using a business card 1 with a digital memory. A data connection is established between the business card and the user device. The digital memory comprises a data structure to enab ...