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Sharon A Keillor, Frederick Michael Weaver: Asset monitoring system and associated method. Orbital Sciences Corporation, Alston & Bird, June 29, 1999: US05917433 (225 worldwide citation)

The asset monitoring system and associated method includes an asset monitor for providing a remotely located central station with information relating to a container, such as a trailer, both during tethered periods in which the energy storage reservoir of the asset monitor is electrically connected ...


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Frederick Michael Weaver: Item monitoring system and methods. Intrinsic Marks International, September 1, 2009: US07584016 (18 worldwide citation)

An item monitoring system is provided which is operative at points of storage automatically to sense the presence, number of item(s) stored and relative location of items and to generate near real-time item and location data from storage locations so that time-related changes can be compared to dete ...


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Frederick Michael Weaver: Item monitoring system and methods. Intrinsic Marks International, Alston & Bird, Bank Of America Plaza, June 16, 2005: US20050131578-A1

An item monitoring system is provided which is operative at points of storage automatically to sense the presence, number of item(s) stored and relative location of items and to generate near real-time item and location data from storage locations so that time-related changes can be compared to dete ...


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Frederick Michael Weaver: Transaction originating proximate position unattended tracking of asset movements with or without wireless communications coverage. Frederick M Weaver, May 7, 2009: US20090115609-A1

An asset in a group is automatically tracked wherein each asset is tagged, and at least one transport means are associated with at least one Proximate GPS (PGPS) location devices each equipped with a sensor which is receptive to the presence of a known asset. The sensor is able to detect the type of ...


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Frederick Michael Weaver: Item tracking in storage drawers. Frederick Michael Weaver, February 3, 2011: US20110025503-A1

An item monitoring system for tracking and reporting absence of items such as tools from assigned storage locations. Non-contact sensors are used to capture a mosaic of sensed areas that are processed and compared to previous sensed areas identifying change in the presence or absence of items. When ...