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Timothy Michael Rothgeb, Kristina Marie Rohal Gansle, Jonathan Livingston Joyce, James Madison Jordan, Tedd Addison Rohwer, Randal Ray Lockhart, Christopher Lawrence Smith, Toan Trinh, Mark Gary Cipollone: Sensor device and methods for using same. Procter & Gamble Company, Sandia Corporation, C Brant Cook, Caroline Wei Berk, Kim W Zerby, October 25, 2005: US06958693 (35 worldwide citation)

A sensor device and method of employment is provided. More specifically, a sensor device adapted to detect, identify and/or measure a chemical and/or physical characteristic upon placement of the device into an environment, especially a liquid medium for which monitoring is sought is provided.


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Nancy Taylor Dempsey, Karen Coltharp McGinnis, Elizabeth Jane Wenzel, Mathias Amann, Jordan Todorov Bourilkov, Sergio Coronado Hortal, Jonathan Livingston Joyce, Faiz Feisal Sherman, Steven Jeffrey Specht: Systems and methods for remotely determining a battery characteristic. DURACELL U S OPERATIONS, Marshall Gerstein & Borun, August 8, 2017: US09726763 (4 worldwide citation)

Included are embodiments for remotely determining a battery characteristic. Some embodiments include searching for a first wireless signal that identifies the energy storage device and, in response to receiving the first wireless signal, determining a current charge level of the energy storage devic ...


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Nancy Taylor Dempsey, Karen Coltharp McGinnis, Elizabeth Jane Wenzel, Mathias Amann, Jordan Todorov Bourilkov, Sergio Coronado Hortal, Jonathan Livingston Joyce, Faiz Feisal Sherman, Steven Jeffrey Specht: Systems and methods for remotely determining a battery characteristic. DURACELL U S OPERATIONS, Marshall Gerstein & Borun, May 29, 2018: US09983312 (1 worldwide citation)

Included are embodiments for remotely determining a battery characteristic. Some embodiments include searching for a first wireless signal that identifies the energy storage device and, in response to receiving the first wireless signal, determining a current charge level of the energy storage devic ...


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Jonathan Livingston Joyce, Kelly Stewart Teegarden: Dispensing measurement device and method of measuring dispensing. The Procter & Gamble Company, Larry L Huston, Steven W Miller, Kim W Zerby, May 11, 2010: US07712359

A dispensing measuring device. The device correlates the relative proximity between a Hall effect sensor and a magnet. One is held stationary, while the other is movable in response to ordinary actuation which occurs during dispensing. Detection of changes in the proximity are correlated to the amou ...


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Jonathan Livingston Joyce, Kelly Stewart Teegarden: Dispensing measurement device and method of measuring dispensing. The Procter & Gamble Company, Larry L Huston, Leonard W Lewis, Steven W Miller, July 20, 2010: US07757567

A dispensing measuring device. The device correlates the relative proximity between a Hall effect sensor and a magnet. One is held stationary, while the other is movable in response to ordinary actuation which occurs during dispensing. Detection of changes in the proximity are correlated to the amou ...


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Timothy Michael Rothgeb, Kristina Marie Rohal Gansle, Jonathan Livingston Joyce, James Madison Jordan, Tedd Addison Rohwer, Randal Ray Lockhart, Christopher Lawrence Smith, Toan Trinh: Sensor device and methods for using same. The Procter & Gamble Co, The Procter & Gamble Company, December 11, 2003: US20030227394-A1

A sensor device and method of employment is provided. More specifically, a sensor device adapted to detect, identify and/or measure a chemical and/or physical characteristic upon placement of the device into an environment, especially a liquid medium for which monitoring is sought is provided.


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Jonathan Livingston Joyce, Kelly Stewart Teegarden: Dispensing measurement device and method of measuring dispensing. The Procter & Gamble Company, Intellectual Property Division West Bldg, June 26, 2008: US20080149663-A1

A dispensing measuring device. The device correlates the relative proximity between a Hall effect sensor and a magnet. One is held stationary, while the other is movable in response to ordinary actuation which occurs during dispensing. Detection of changes in the proximity are correlated to the amou ...


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Jonathan Livingston Joyce, Charles Thomas Goubeaux, Kelly Stewart Teegarden, Gregory Dean Sunvold, Yen Ping Chin Hsieh, Lee Ann Hagerty: Method of assessing the eating experience of a companion animal. The Procter & Gamble Company, Global Legal Department IP, December 30, 2010: US20100332140-A1

A method of assessing the eating experience of a companion animal. Further, a feeding device utilized in assessing the eating experience of a companion animal. Further, a method of modifying at least one attribute of a food product as a result of assessing the eating experience of a companion animal ...


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Jonathan Livingston Joyce, Kelly Stewart Teegarden: Dispensing measurement device and method of measuring dispensing. The Procter & Gamble Company, Global Legal Department IP, June 25, 2009: US20090158836-A1

A dispensing measuring device. The device correlates the relative proximity a Hall effect sensor and a magnet. One is held stationary, while the other is in response to ordinary actuation which occurs during dispensing. Detection of in the proximity are correlated to the amount of material dispensed ...