1
Timothy Good: Omnidirectional laser scanning bar code symbol reader generating a laser scanning pattern with a highly non-uniform scan density with respect to line orientation. Metrologic Instruments, Summa Additon & Ashe P A, September 3, 2013: US08523076 (261 worldwide citation)

An improved laser scanning system is provided employing multiple off-center lasers and an irregular multi-sided scanning polygon, producing a laser scanning raster over a total sweep of approximately 180 degrees of polygon rotation (i.e. sweep), wherein the scanning region includes (i) a center scan ...


2
Timothy Good: Laser scanning assembly having an improved scan angle-multiplication factor. Metrologic Instruments, Summa Additon & Ashe P A, April 2, 2013: US08408469 (258 worldwide citation)

A laser scanning system for generating a laser scanning pattern in a scanning field, while amplifying the scan-angle multiplication factor of rotating mirrors employed therein. The laser scanning system employs rotatable laser scanning assembly having an axis of rotation and first and second rotatin ...


3
Tao Xian, Duane Ellis, Timothy Good, Xiaoxun Zhu: Bar code symbol reading system supporting visual or/and audible display of product scan speed for throughput optimization in point of sale (POS) environments. Metrologic Instruments, Summa Additon & Ashe P A, May 28, 2013: US08448863 (257 worldwide citation)

A POS-based bar code symbol reading system that reads bar code symbols on objects being passed through the 3D imaging or scanning volume supported by the system, and employs one or more object motion sensors (e.g. imaging based, IR Pulse-Doppler LIDAR-based, ultra-sonic energy based, etc.) to (i) me ...


4
Timothy Good: Bar code reader terminal and methods for operating the same having misread detection apparatus. Metrologic Instruments, Addition Higgins Pendleton & Ashe P A, March 11, 2014: US08668149 (256 worldwide citation)

Misreads in decodable indicia by terminals such as bar code scanners (e.g., laser, image sensors) can occur. Solutions can include increasing redundancy or screening out erroneous data. Embodiments of screening error reduction circuits, terminals, and/or methods for processing decodable indicia data ...


5
Charles Cunningham, Timothy Good, Sean Philip Kearney, Michael Miraglia, Thomas Amundsen, Patrick Giordano, Yujiun Paul Wang, Xiaoxun Zhu: Point of sale (POS) based checkout system supporting a customer-transparent two-factor authentication process during product checkout operations. Metrologic Instruments, Additon Higgins & Pendleton P A, March 10, 2015: US08976030 (201 worldwide citation)

A checkout system is provided for carrying out a two-factor authentication process where coded products are purchased and theft activity might be pursued. The system typically includes an identification code reader for reading product identification codes (e.g. UPC bar code symbols or EPC-encoded RF ...


6
Thomas Amundsen, Sean Philip Kearney, Shane Michael Edmonds, Ynjiun Paul Wang, Timothy Good, Michael Miraglia, Charles Joseph Cunningham IV, Xiaoxun Zhu, Patrick Anthony Giordano: Method of and system for detecting object weighing interferences. Metrologic Instruments, Additon Higgins & Pendleton P A, June 16, 2015: US09057641 (188 worldwide citation)

A POS-based checkout/scale system having (i) a bar code symbol reading subsystem for reading bar code symbols on products being purchased at a retail POS station, and (ii) a produce weigh scale having a weigh scale assembly for weighing one or more produce items on a weigh platter during produce wei ...


7
Erik Van Horn, Sean Philip Kearney, Patrick Anthony Giordano, Timothy Good, Chandler Dickinson, Ka Man Au, David Wilz Sr, John A Furlong, Benjamin Hejl, Joseph A Walczyk, Larry Coyle, James Rosetti, Thomas Haggerty: Multifunction point of sale system. Hand Held Products, Additon Higgins & Pendleton P A, August 9, 2016: US09412242 (128 worldwide citation)

A point of sale system capable of operating in an indicia-reading mode or a verification mode is disclosed. In the indicia-reading mode, the point of sale system configures its illumination, imaging, and processing to read indicia as part of a normal checkout process. If triggered by a user or by an ...


8
Frank Check, LeRoy Dickson, John Groot, Timothy Good: Bioptical holographic laser scanning system. Metrologic Instruments, Thomas J Perkowski Esq P C, July 6, 2004: US06758402 (108 worldwide citation)

A bioptical holographic laser scanning system employing a plurality of laser scanning stations about a holographic scanning disc having scanning facets with high and low elevation angle characteristics, as well as positive, negative and zero skew angle characteristics which strategically cooperate w ...


9
Timothy Good: Bioptical laser scanning system providing 360° of omnidirectional bar code symbol scanning coverage at point of sale station. Metrologic Instruments, Thomas J Perkowski Esq P C, November 20, 2007: US07296748 (91 worldwide citation)

A bioptical laser scanning system employing a plurality of laser scanning stations about a two independently controlled rotating polygonal mirrors. The system has an ultra-compact construction, ideally suited for space-constrained retail scanning environments, and generates a 3-D omnidirectional las ...


10
Timothy Good: Bioptical laser scanning system providing 360° of omnidirectional bar code symbol scanning coverage at point of sale station. Metrologic Instruments, Thomas J Perkowski Esq P C, September 5, 2006: US07100832 (76 worldwide citation)

A bioptical laser scanning system employing a plurality of laser scanning stations about a two independently controlled rotating polygonal mirrors. The system has an ultra-compact construction, ideally suited for space-constrained retail scanning environments, and generates a 3-D omnidirectional las ...