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Richard D Craft, Frank Bascas, Teodulo Ceballos Jr, Joseph Rafac, Jonathan Roy Wren: Lightweight seat assembly for public transportation vehicle. Transportation Seating, Cort Flint, McNair Law Firm P A, May 20, 2003: US06565152 (10 worldwide citation)

A lightweight reinforced seat assembly for a transportation vehicle is disclosed which includes a molded seat shell having a shell exterior and a shell interior. The seat shell includes a seat section and a back section joined together by a generally curved section. A plurality of seats is formed in ...


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Ralph F Osterhout, John D Haddick, Robert Michael Lohse, John N Border, Nima L Shams: Content presentation in head worn computing. Osterhout Group, GTC Law Group PC & Affiliates, February 21, 2017: US09575321 (9 worldwide citation)

A method includes receiving a personally selected geo-spatial location from a sender of digital content for the presentation of the digital content in a recipient's head-worn see-through display, and presenting, based on data indicative that the user is near the geospatial location, the digital cont ...


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Richard M Leeds: Seating accessory. Nightgear, Gerald E Hespos, Michael J Porco, September 7, 2010: US07789461 (9 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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Kyle R Bowers, Benjamin P Lee, Parag N Shah, Kenneth J Gray, Benjamin M Lawler: Techniques and apparatus for controlling the temperature of a personal communication structure (PCS). Civiq Smartscapes, Goodwin Procter, April 11, 2017: US09622392 (9 worldwide citation)

Techniques for operating a personal communication structure (PCS) are described. In particular, a temperature control system for controlling the temperature of a PCS is described. The temperature control system may include a ribbed heat sink and first and second air circulation controllers. The heat ...


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Bradley Neville Cotier, Jarnail Singh Chudge, Matthew Robin Farmer, Michael James Belfield Parker, Robert John Wilcox: Use of beacons for assistance to users in interacting with their environments. Microsoft Technology Licensing, Rainier Patents P S, May 16, 2017: US09652124 (9 worldwide citation)

Beacon-based guidance functionality is described herein that assists the user in navigating over a desired route within an environment, or otherwise interacting with the environment. The environment, in turn, is populated with a plurality of beacons having, in one implementation, respective non-over ...


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Jerry Farrar, Dale Carson: Quick change window assembly. Transit Care, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, March 22, 2005: US06869128 (9 worldwide citation)

A window assembly for a public transportation vehicle that permits rapid removal and replacement is disclosed. The vehicle has a sidewall with a window opening. One or more frame members are attached within the window opening. The frame members are adapted to comprise one or more apertures. One or m ...


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Garrandes Michel: Incident recording system in a public transportation vehicle.. Serel, June 8, 1994: EP0600818-A1 (9 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a safety system for a vehicle for carrying persons, such as a taxi, comprising a camera (10) for taking images of the persons carried, a data processing device (14) connected to the camera and including a microcontroller and a memory intended to record the images coming from ...


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Harris Arlene J: A cellular mobile radio credit card system.. Harris Arlene J, April 20, 1988: EP0264023-A2 (9 worldwide citation)

Cellular mobile telephone stations which are intended for installation and use in public transportation facilities, e.g., taxicabs, limousines, rental cars, etc. are equipped to support credit card billing of transient customers for use of the station services. The cellular pay stations, from the vi ...


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Jerry Farrar, Dale Carson: Quick change window assembly. Jeffer Mangels Butler & Marmaro, July 25, 2006: US07080874 (8 worldwide citation)

A window assembly for a public transportation vehicle that permits rapid removal and replacement is disclosed. The vehicle has a sidewall with a window opening. One or more frame members are attached within the window opening. The frame members are adapted to comprise one or more apertures. One or m ...


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Richard M Leeds: Seating accessory. Nightgear, Gerald E Hespos, Michael J Porco, June 8, 2010: US07731282 (8 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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