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Wesley Stuart Jones, Timothy Cotton, Robert Victor Holland: Voice over internet protocol telephone system and method. Motorola, Heather L Creps, October 31, 2000: US06141341 (399 worldwide citation)

An Internet Protocol telephone system and method uses a telephone (26) to place and receive voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)-based telephone calls and public switched telephone network (PSTN)-based telephone calls. An off-hook condition with the telephone (26) is detected and a sequence of signal ...


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Timothy Cotton, Jonathan Andersen, Kurt Lessard, Ben Wieberdink: Vehicle restraint with bi-directional sensor. Rite Hite Holding Corporation, Hanley Flight & Zimmerman, December 31, 2013: US08616826 (7 worldwide citation)

A vehicle restraint restricts the movement of a vehicle at a loading dock by engaging the vehicle's RIG (rear impact guard). The vehicle restraint includes a barrier carried by a vertically translatable track follower, the barrier being driven by a motor or some other type of power unit. A RIG senso ...


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Jonathan Andersen, Timothy Cotton, Norbert Hahn, Joseph A Manone, Kyle E Nelson, Reinhard E Sander: Manual wheel chocks with automatic positive locking. Rite Hite Holding Corporation, Hanley Flight & Zimmerman, November 26, 2013: US08590673 (4 worldwide citation)

A wheel restraint includes a wheel chock that is manually movable between a retracted position clear of a wheel of a vehicle at a loading dock and an operative position to block the path of the wheel. In the retracted position, the chock can be manually moved freely along a track that is mounted to ...


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Andrew Brooks, Benjamin Wieberdink, Bradley J Stone, Kurt Lessard, Norbert Hahn, Timothy Cotton: Manual wheel chocks with enhanced bracing upon deployment. Rite Hite Holding Corporation, Hanley Flight & Zimmerman, August 6, 2013: US08499897 (4 worldwide citation)

An example wheel restraint includes a wheel chock that is manually movable between a retracted or release position clear of a wheel of a vehicle at a loading dock and an operative position to block the path of the wheel. In the release position, the chock can be manually moved freely along a track t ...


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Jonathan Andersen, Ben Wieberdink, Timothy Cotton, Pamala Pietrangelo, Kurt Lessard, Norbert Hahn, Henk De Lang: Support frame vehicle restraints. Rite Hite Holding Corporation, Hanley Flight & Zimmerman, March 29, 2011: US07914042 (3 worldwide citation)

A vehicle restraint restrains a vehicle at a loading dock by engaging a rail that is part of the vehicle's support frame, wherein the rail is normally used for adjusting the position of the vehicle's rear wheels. In a preferred embodiment, the restraint includes an adjustable-length arm attachable b ...


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Jonathan Andersen, Timothy Cotton, Kurt Lessard, Benjamin Wieberdink: Loading dock wheel restraint comprising a flexible elongate member. Rite Hite Holding Corporation, Hanley Flight & Zimmerman, August 30, 2011: US08006811 (3 worldwide citation)

A wheel restraint for restraining a vehicle at a loading dock includes a flexible elongate member with one end that can be manually wrapped at least partially around at least one of the vehicle's wheels. The other end of the elongate member is connected to an anchor that is generally fixed relative ...


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Jonathan Andersen, Eric D Bublitz, Timothy Cotton, Kurt Lessard, Pamala Pietrangelo, Benjamin Wieberdink: Restraining arms for wheel chocks. Rite Hite Holding Corporation, Hanley Flight & Zimmerman, June 18, 2013: US08464846 (2 worldwide citation)

Wheel restraints for restraining vehicles at loading docks are described herein. An example wheel restraint includes a restraining arm to anchor a wheel chock to a fixed point at the dock. When in a blocking position, the chock rests directly upon the dock's driveway without the chock having to enga ...


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Andrew Brooks, Ben Wieberdink, Bradley J Stone, Timothy Cotton: Vehicle restraints with stop mechanisms. RITE HITE HOLDING CORPORATION, Hanley Flight & Zimmerman, September 29, 2015: US09145273 (2 worldwide citation)

Some example vehicle restraints that include a movable barrier for selectively blocking a vehicle's RIG (Rear Impact Guard) near the dock face of a loading dock also include a spring loaded brace that helps hold the barrier in its blocking position, even when the RIG separates from the barrier. To h ...


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Andrew Brooks, Ben Wieberdink, Bradley J Stone, Timothy Cotton: Vehicle restraints with stop mechanisms. RITE HITE HOLDING CORPORATION, Hanley Flight & Zimmerman, October 6, 2015: US09150367 (2 worldwide citation)

Some example vehicle restraints that include a movable barrier for selectively blocking a vehicle's RIG (Rear Impact Guard) near the dock face of a loading dock also include a spring loaded brace that helps hold the barrier in its blocking position, even when the RIG separates from the barrier. To h ...



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