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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 (9 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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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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Kolanparampil K Kuruvilla, Santhamma Kuruvilla: Automatic door warning system. David L Volk, November 16, 1999: US05986561 (8 worldwide citation)

An apparatus is provided for the automatic advance warning of imminent automatic door closure to passengers of public transportation vehicles. Comprised of a panel mounted above the automatic door, comprising an alarm light, a message display area, and a speaker capable of producing audible alarm wa ...


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Robert Lane: Bus side light system. Todd A Dawson, James D Hall, October 16, 1990: US04964022 (8 worldwide citation)

A lighting system mounted to public transportation vehicles which includes a multiple directional light positioned above the exit door of the vehicle so as to provide illumination for the ground or pavement in front of the exit door to aid and assist passengers entering or departing the vehicle.


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Herzig Hans Peter, Frank Rainer: Travel assistance method and device. Motorola, August 16, 2000: GB2346697-A (8 worldwide citation)

A travel assistance device 71 provides a user of the device with travel advice. The user inputs journey- related data, such as starting time (TS, fig. 1) starting location (L1), target destination (L4) and selects one or more public transportation system (S). From this data and time table, access po ...


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Michel Garrandes: Incident recording system in a public transportation vehicle.. Serel, June 3, 1994: FR2698596-A1 (8 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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Asai Goro, Igarashi Fusaki, Murata Kenichi, Hashimoto Takahiro, Kakihara Masaki: Route guiding apparatus. Toyota Motor, February 21, 2001: EP1077362-A1 (8 worldwide citation)

A route guiding apparatus provides information for a route using public transportation as an alternative to a vehicular route. In addition to searching for a vehicular route from a current location to a destination, it is determined whether the current location and the destination are within a zone ...


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Yanagisawa Yoshio: High speed mobile detection terminal control method and terminal for mobile communication. Nec Saitama, October 3, 2003: JP2003-284138 (8 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To simply and accurately discriminate high a speed movement of a terminal for mobile communication and to effectively limit operations such as call transmission and call termination without increasing a load on an exchange and a base station.SOLUTION: The mobile communication t ...


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Asai Goro, Igarashi Fusanori, Murata Kenichi, Hashimoto Takahiro, Kakihara Masaki: Route-guide apparatus and medium. Toyota Motor, May 11, 2001: JP2001-124569 (8 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a route utilizing public transportation facilities as a substitute route for a road in navigation. SOLUTION: Routes from the present position 100 to a destination 102 are searched for, and it is made sure whether the present position 100 and the destination 102 are z ...


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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 (7 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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