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Arnaud Verger, Fran├žois Julien Vermersch, Samuel Solarski: Luminous glazing unit. SAINT GOBAIN GLASS FRANCE, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, February 14, 2017: US09568659 (15 worldwide citation)

A luminous glazing unit includes at least two glazing elements, for example at least two transparent glass sheets; optionally at least one lamination interlayer between the two glazing elements; at least one waveguide element, located on one face of the lamination interlayer and/or between the two g ...


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Richard M Leeds: Seating accessory. Nightgear, Gerald E Hespos, Anthony J Casella, December 9, 2008: US07461894 (14 worldwide citation)

A seating pad assembly is provided for use by travelers to increase the comfort for a seat on a public transportation vehicle or at a public transit terminal. The seating pad assembly includes a cushion formed from a viscoelastic foam and having dimensions substantially conforming to the dimensions ...


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Guimbal Jean C: Linear motor for guided transport - installation. Burns Robert E, Lobato Emmanuel J, April 9, 1974: US3802349 (14 worldwide citation)

A linear motor for a guided transport installation, notably public transportation systems on rail, which comprises a fixed field member or inductor carried by the track and a armature member carried by the vehicle or vehicles. It is characterized in that the inductor consists of a cylindrical or pri ...


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William E Long, Alan Chen, Rich Gibbons: Digital vehicle microphone system and method. Clever Devices, Dilworth & Barrese, February 18, 2003: US06522754 (13 worldwide citation)

According to the present disclosure, a digital vehicle microphone system for recording and playback of announcements pertaining to vehicle stops and route information is provided for use over public address systems installed on public transportation vehicles. The system includes a microphone apparat ...


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Barecki Chester J: Transit seat with contoured plastic shell. American Seating Company, July 24, 1973: US3747978 (12 worldwide citation)

A two-passenger seat for public transportation vehicle includes a frame of rectangular tubing with a recessed seat area for receiving a one-piece molded plastic shell which is provided with contoured seat and back areas for each of two side-by-side passengers. A single pedestal having a rectangular ...


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Herman Myburgh: Combination light fixture/HVAC duct/advertising card holder for mass transit vehicles. Richard C Litman, July 4, 2000: US06082879 (12 worldwide citation)

A combination light fixture/HVAC duct/advertising card holder for public transportation vehicles such as buses and trains. The light fixture includes a lens having a transparent bottom portion and ribbed side portions for directing light downward towards the passengers and diffusing light sideways t ...


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Steffi Scherzinger: Method and system for geographic search for public transportation commuters. Google, McDermott Will & Emery, December 3, 2013: US08600659 (12 worldwide citation)

Systems, methods, and machine-readable media for identifying points of interest are provided. The system may include an interface module, a route module, a search module, and a rank module. The interface module may be configured to receive a request to identify points of interest along a travel rout ...


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Vigbj o slashed rn Matre: Combined stairs and person hoist. Cushman Darby & Cushman L, May 27, 1997: US05632357 (12 worldwide citation)

A combined stairway and hoist so constructed that it can be adapted in many fields of use, especially for handicapped people in buildings and public transportation. The stairway together with the platform can be raised and lowered by means of parallel stays which at one end are pivotally connected t ...


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Lydia J Nord: Transformable infant transporter. Joseph H Taddeo, August 31, 2004: US06783135 (12 worldwide citation)

An improved lightweight two-wheeled infant conveyance for traveling with a child, that can be stored in a confining area or easily carried on a staircase, escalator, through revolving doors on an airliner or other public transportation. The present invention comprises an infant-chaise having a retra ...


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In Ki Kim: Personal rapid transit braking systems. Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher L, November 30, 1999: US05992575 (11 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a Personal Rapid Transit system for transporting passengers along a pre-set guideway, and more particularly relates to a future Personal Rapid Transit vehicle braking system. A conventional braking system can not provide the large braking force required for very shor ...



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