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James R Simms, Charles G Simms, Daniel D Moore Jr: Personal security system. Royal W Craig, August 2, 1994: US05334974 (661 worldwide citation)

A fully automatic personal security system which combines the advantages of worldwide LORAN-C or GPS navigation with the substantially worldwide communication capabilities of a cellular telephone or communication satellite. The security system comprises a mobile unit which communicates emergency dat ...


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Kenneth P Weiss, Sheldon Howard: Personal security system. Security Dynamics Technologies, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks, November 1, 1994: US05361062 (364 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus are provided for verifying the identity of a system user. Each user has a token which processes an inputted seed to generate a stored value which is either a current seed value or a function thereof. This value is then changed to generate a new current seed in response to each ...


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James Robert Simms, Charles Glenn Simms, Daniel Donnelly Moore Jr: Personal security system with remote activation. Simms Security, Law Offices of Royal W Craig, September 15, 1998: US05808564 (150 worldwide citation)

A fully automatic personal security system including a mobile unit which communicates emergency data including position coordinates, vehicle and personal data, and a central dispatch station which receives the emergency data and accurately displays all necessary emergency information superposed on a ...


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James A Morris, Terry F Morris, Frank O Birdsall: Personal security system. James C Wray, November 28, 1989: US04884132 (125 worldwide citation)

The personal security system transmits a picture of an object, such as a criminal suspect, and the identification of a portable transmitter, such as the social security number of the user, to a receiver at a remote location. Time of transmission is recorded. If a crime occurs, the time, picture of t ...


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Frank J Toner: Personal security system apparatus and method. Frank J Toner, Atlantic Coast Alarm, November 15, 1994: US05365217 (95 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for monitoring safety of persons within a predetermined area includes personal transmitters for wirelessly transmitting distress signals, stations for detecting transmission of any such distress signals and generating relay signals indicative of the transmitter of the distress ...


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Karl H Kostusiak, Daniel F Pedtke, Todd E Heckleman: Personal security system network. Detection Systems, May 19, 1992: US05115224 (75 worldwide citation)

A personal security system includes at least one movable transmitter adapted to produce an emergency signal transmission when activated and a plurality of transceivers adapted to receive emergency signal transmissions from the movable transmitter. The received strength of an emergency signal receive ...


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Edric Sizemore: Portable personal security system. Juettner Pyle Lloyd & Piontek, May 5, 1998: US05748089 (65 worldwide citation)

A battery powered portable personal alarm system is contained within a bag having a carrying theft-resistant strap to avoid theft of the alarm system while being carried. The bag houses a siren and a visual signal generator located proximate openings therein for generating a loud distinguishable noi ...


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Daniel F Pedtke: Personal security system with transmitter test mode. Detection Systems, J Addison Mathews, November 14, 1995: US05467074 (57 worldwide citation)

A portable transmitter produces an emergency signal including a personal identification number and an auxiliary code. The auxiliary code may be a test bit which, when set, indicates that the emergency signal was activated in a test mode and that an emergency condition did not exist. Activation of th ...


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Daniel F Pedtke: Personal security system with system wide testing. Detection Systems, J Addison Mathews, November 26, 1996: US05578989 (46 worldwide citation)

A personal security system with system wide testing includes a portable transmitter that produces an emergency signal including a personal identification number and an auxiliary code. The auxiliary code may be a test bit which, when set, indicates that the emergency signal was activated in a test mo ...


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Jean Marc Villevieille: Portable-mobile radiotelephone architecture and method for mobile personal security systems. Motorola, Nicholas C Hopman, September 14, 1999: US05953650 (45 worldwide citation)

A portable-mobile personal security system and method for a vehicle includes establishing a telephone call (407) from a portable radiotelephone (101) through a mobile radiotelephone (109). The telephone call established from the portable radiotelephone (101) is aborted (413) when a sensing device (1 ...