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Norbert Ohlenbusch, Jesse Darley: Monitoring activity of a user in locomotion on foot. FitSense Technology, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, April 19, 2005: US06882955 (303 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment, a display unit to be mounted on a wrist of a user includes a display screen, a base, and at least one strap. The display unit is configured such that, when it is worn by the user, the display screen is oriented at an angle with respect to a surface of the user's wrist. In another ...


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Jesse Darley, Norbert Ohlenbusch: Monitoring activity of a user in locomotion on foot. FitSense Technology, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, April 5, 2005: US06876947 (264 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment, a method includes steps of: (a) identifying an average foot contact time of a user during a first outing; (b) identifying an average pace of the user during the first outing; (c) defining a relationship between foot contact times of the user and corresponding paces of the user, wh ...


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Norbert Ohlenbusch, Jesse Darley, Thomas P Blackadar, Paul J Gaudet: Monitoring activity of a user in locomotion on foot. Personal Electronic Devices, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, December 10, 2002: US06493652 (258 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment, a method involves, in response to movement of a user during at least one footstep taken by the user, generating a signal that experiences changes during a time period that the foot is airborne during the at least one footstep. At least one change in the signal generated after the ...


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Jesse Darley, Paul J Gaudet, Norbert Ohlenbusch, Thomas Blackadar: Monitoring activity of a user in locomotion on foot. Nike, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, April 3, 2007: US07200517 (247 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment, an apparatus comprises a mount, a housing, and a sensor. The mount is adapted to be disposed at least partially underneath a shoelace of a shoe. The housing is configured and arranged to be placed in at least first and second states in relation to the mount, wherein in the first s ...


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Jesse Darley, Paul J Gaudet, Sam Joffe, Norbert Ohlenbusch, John Costello, Mark Bates, Thomas Blackadar: Detachable foot mount for electronic device. Personal Electronic Devices, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, September 19, 2000: US06122340 (238 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment, an apparatus for monitoring locomotion of a person that can be secured to the person's shoe includes a mounting unit, a housing unit, and a motion-sensing device. The mounting unit is adapted to be secured to an outer surface of the shoe. The housing unit is adapted to releasably ...


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Jesse Darley, Paul J Gaudet, Sam Joffe, Norbert Ohlenbusch, John Costello, Mark Bates, Thomas Blackadar: Detachable foot mount for electronic device. Personal Electronics, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, March 19, 2002: US06357147 (220 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment, an apparatus comprises a mount, a housing, and a sensor, wherein the mount is adapted to be secured to a shoe, the housing is adapted to be releasably attached to the mount, and the sensor is supported by the housing such that the sensor remains supported by the housing when the h ...


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Jesse Darley, Paul J Gaudet, Sam Joffe, Norbert Ohlenbusch, John Costello, Mark Bates, Thomas Blackadar: Detachable foot mount for electronic device. Personal Electronic Devices, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, March 25, 2003: US06536139 (191 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment, an apparatus includes a mount, a housing, and a sensor. The mount is adapted to be disposed at least partially underneath a shoelace of a shoe, and the housing is adapted to be releasably attached to the mount. There is a tongue on one of the mount and the housing and a groove on ...


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Steven D Baker, Eric T McAdams, James P Welch, Norbert Ohlenbusch, Thomas P Blackadar: Body worn physiological sensor device having a disposable electrode module. Welch Allyn, Sonny Z Zhan, July 3, 2012: US08214007 (78 worldwide citation)

A body worn patient monitoring device includes at least one disposable module including a plurality of electrical connections to the body. The body worn patient monitoring device also includes at least one communication-computation module, the communication-computation module having at least one mic ...


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Norbert Ohlenbusch, Joseph Wronski, Paul J Gaudet, Thomas P Blackadar, Steven R Oliver: Intelligent data network with power management capabilities. FitSense Technology, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, March 6, 2007: US07187924 (26 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment, a method for implementing two-way communication between at least first and second devices comprises steps of: (a1) during finite time periods following transmission of respective first messages from the first device to the second device, using the first device to listen for second ...


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Steven D Baker, Eric T McAdams, James P Welch, Norbert Ohlenbusch, Thomas P Blackadar: Body worn physiological sensor device having a disposable electrode module. Welch Allyn, Hiscock & Barclay, January 14, 2014: US08630699 (17 worldwide citation)

A method for providing high voltage circuit protection for a patient monitor. The method includes providing a substrate that supports one or more electrical connections to a patient's body. The method further includes determining a print pattern and thickness of a first material having a first resis ...