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Curtis A Vock, Burl W Amsbury, Eric R Edstrom, Robert Muir Holme, Paul Jonjak, Adrian F Larkin, Perry Youngs: Movement and event systems and associated methods. Apple, Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel, December 1, 2009: US07627451 (152 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a smart sensor (10) in the form of an adhesive bandage (32). The sensor (12) sticks to people and objects and wirelessly communicates with remote receivers (24). Internal detectors (12) sense conditions associated with movement or the environment of the sensor. Typically, sens ...


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John A Hanpeter, Seth A Eisen, Michael F Gard: Medication compliance monitoring device having conductive traces upon a frangible backing of a medication compartment. The United States of America represented by the Administrator of Veterans Affairs, Browdy and Neimark, October 7, 1986: US04616316 (112 worldwide citation)

A medication compliance monitoring system consisting of a blister pack having an array of plastic blisters defining compartments for medication, with a frangible non-conductive backing sheet having conductive traces behind the compartments which are respectively ruptured when the medication doses ar ...


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Ivan Osorio, Naresh C Bhavaraju, Thomas E Peters, Mark G Frei, Jonathan C Werder: Synchronization and calibration of clocks for a medical device and calibrated clock. Medtronic, Banner & Witcoff, July 18, 2006: US07079977 (106 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and method support the synchronization and calibration of a plurality of clocks in a medical device system that may provide treatment to a patient with a nervous system disorder. The plurality of clocks, which may be located at different components of the medical device system, includes a ...


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Mark R Dee, James J Richard: Electronic module for conventional parking meter. MeterVision Com, Mario D Theriault, January 20, 1998: US05710743 (85 worldwide citation)

An electronic module for enhancing an operation of a conventional parking meter. The electronic module comprises a shell defining a hollow conformation and being attachable to a conventional parking meter, in substitution to an upper housing portion of that conventional parking meter. The electronic ...


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Steven W Worrell, Steven K Rogers, Matthew Kabrisky, Philip Amburn: Message and user attributes in a message filtering method and system. Qualia Computing, Stevens & Showalter, August 17, 2004: US06778941 (75 worldwide citation)

A method and system for filtering messages where the importance of a message is determined by analyzing the message body in conjunction with message attributes. Message body refers to the text in the body of the message, whereas message attributes convey information about the message. In another emb ...


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Ferenc Fekete, Kai Chung Ho, Norma Rosenhain: Speed indicating ball. Creata, Gifford Krass Groh Sprinkle Patmore Anderson & Citkowski, June 11, 1996: US05526326 (74 worldwide citation)

A speed indicating ball includes a timer, which is activated upon throwing of the ball, and deactivated upon catching of the ball, for measuring the ball's time of flight. The timer is connected to a display which provides a direct read out which is inversely proportional to the time of flight of th ...


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Mark R Dee, James J Richard: Electronic module for conventional parking meter. Metervision com, Seed IP Law Group PLLC, November 6, 2001: US06312152 (73 worldwide citation)

An electronic module for enhancing an operation of a conventional parking meter. The electronic module comprises a shell defining a hollow conformation and being attachable to a conventional parking meter, in substitution to an upper housing portion of that conventional parking meter. The electronic ...


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Lutgard C De Jonghe, May Ying Chu: Electrochemical timer. PolyPlus Battery Company, Beyer Weaver & Thomas, March 6, 2001: US06198701 (72 worldwide citation)

An electrochemical timer is described that is compact, lightweight, inexpensive to manufacture, and simple to use in which the consumption of reactive materials in an electrochemical reaction provides a visual indication of the passage of time. In one embodiment, the electrochemical timer includes a ...


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Robert F Bradley, Lindell P Bradley: Timer and storage condition indicator. Micro Circuits Co, Marmaduke A Hobbs, Raymond W Campbell, October 11, 1983: US04408557 (59 worldwide citation)

A timer and storage conditions indicator for indicating the passage of a predetermined length of time under predetermined ambient physical environmental conditions, in which a carrier mixture is contained in a relatively confined area above a base layer. An absorptive layer is disposed on the base l ...


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Louis R Jackson, Randy W Hostettler: Real time event logging system. Honeywell International, Ingrassia Fisher & Lorenz P C, January 27, 2009: US07483810 (56 worldwide citation)

A method for monitoring a system operating in real-time includes monitoring the system for a triggering event or events, recording data about the system to a first memory in real time prior to and/or for a set time subsequent to when the triggering event occurs, and sending the stored data from the ...