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Michael K Dempsey, Mark S Kotfila, Robert J Snyder: Flexible patient monitoring system featuring a multiport transmitter. Hewlett Packard Company, Mark Z Dudley, November 18, 1997: US05687734 (533 worldwide citation)

A flexible patient monitoring system which interfaces a telemetry subsystem with a network by way of a telemetry transmission receiving system and a network controller. The telemetry subsystem includes one or more monitoring instruments, a multiport transmitter, a telemetry subsystem interface, a ba ...


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Michael K Dempsey, Mark S Kotfila, Robert J Snyder: Dynamic control of a patient monitoring system. Hewlett Packard Company, Mark Z Dudley, December 3, 1996: US05579775 (224 worldwide citation)

A flexible patient monitoring system which interfaces a telemetry subsystem with a network by way of a telemetry transmission receiving system and a network controller. The telemetry subsystem includes one or more monitoring instruments, a multiport transmitter, a telemetry subsystem interface, a ba ...


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Michael K Dempsey, Mark S Kotfila, Robert J Snyder: Paging-based backchannel in a medical telemetry system. Hewlett Packard Co, Mark Z Dudley, November 26, 1996: US05579001 (200 worldwide citation)

A flexible patient monitoring system which interfaces a telemetry subsystem with a communications network by way of a telemetry transmission receiving system and a network controller. The telemetry subsystem includes one or more monitoring instruments, a multiport transmitter, a telemetry subsystem ...


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Alex Holtz, David E Buehnemann, Gilberto Fres, Harrison T Hickenlooper III, Charles M Hoeppner, Kevin K Morrow, Bradley E Neider, Loren J Nordin III, Todd D Parker, Robert J Snyder: Real time video production system and method. Parkervision, September 17, 2002: US06452612 (96 worldwide citation)

An integrated, fully automated video production system that provides a video director with total control over all of the video production devices used in producing a show. Such devices include, but are not limited to, cameras, robotic pan/tilt heads, video tape players and recorders (VTRs), video se ...


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Robert J Snyder, Alex Holtz, David E Buehnemann, Gilberto Fres, Harrison T Hickenlooper III, Charles M Hoeppner, Kevin K Morrow, Bradley E Neider, Loren J Nordin III, Todd D Parker: System and method for real time video production and multicasting. Thomson Licensing, Joseph S Tripoli, Joseph J Laks, Robert B Levy, April 4, 2006: US07024677 (87 worldwide citation)

An integrated, fully automated video production system provides a video director with total control over all of the video production devices used to produce and broadcast a show. Such devices include, but are not limited to, cameras, robotic pan/tilt heads, video tape players and recorders (VTRs), v ...


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Alex Holtz, William H Couch, Robert J Snyder: Interactive tutorial method, system, and computer program product for real time media production. Thomson Licensing, Joseph S Tripoli, Harvey D Fried, Robert B Levy, June 21, 2005: US06909874 (71 worldwide citation)

A tutorial system and method is provided to send online media production lessons and other data to one or more students over a computer network, such as the global Internet or an organization's intranet. A tutorial management server communicates with a plurality of student workstations, instructor w ...


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Robert J Snyder, Alex Holtz, John R Benson, William H Couch, Marcel Larocque, Richard Todd, Charles M Hoeppner, Keith Gregory Tingle, Kevin K Morrow: Director interface for production automation control. Thomson Licensing, Robert D Shedd, Robert B Levy, November 16, 2010: US07835920 (57 worldwide citation)

A director control interface is provided to extract production information from a newsroom information management system and populate a production control system. The director control interface enables the director to build a show, but mitigate errors and check for conflicts during the building proc ...


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Alex Holtz, David E Buehnemann, Gilberto Fres, Harrison T Hickenlooper III, Charles M Hoeppner, Kevin K Morrow, Bradley E Neider, Loren J Nordin III, Todd D Parker, Robert J Snyder: System and method for real time video production and distribution. Thomson Licensing, Joseph S Tripoli, Joseph J Laks, Robert B Levy, October 4, 2005: US06952221 (56 worldwide citation)

A production system automates the control of production devices used to produce and broadcast a show. The system automation allows a video director to pre-produce, preview, and produce the live show from a single user interface. In an embodiment, a processing unit displays graphical controls for the ...


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Alex Holtz, David E Buehnemann, Gilberto Fres, Harrison T Hickenlooper III, Charles M Hoeppner, Kevin K Morrow, Bradley E Neider, Loren J Nordin III, Todd D Parker, Robert J Snyder: Real time production system and method. Thomson Licensing, Joseph J Laks, Robert B Levy, November 27, 2007: US07302644 (19 worldwide citation)

An integrated, fully automated video production system that provides a video director with total control over all of the video production devices used in producing a show. Such devices include, but are not limited to, cameras, robotic pan/tilt heads, video tape players and recorders (VTRs), video se ...


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Robert J Snyder, John R Benson, Kevin K Morrow, Alex Holtz, William H Couch, Richard Todd, Maurice Smith: Building macro elements for production automation control. Thomson Licensing, Robert D Shedd, Robert B Levy, June 16, 2009: US07549128 (15 worldwide citation)

A macro element template is replicated to build a macro element library. A macro element is associated with executable instructions for controlling a plurality of production devices to produce a special effect or segment of a media production. One or more automation control objects are positioned on ...