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James M Janky, Eric A Klein, John F Schipper: Vehicle route and schedule exception reporting system. Trimble Navigation, George M Steres, May 12, 1998: US05751245 (253 worldwide citation)

A route exception reporting apparatus is mounted in a mobile shipping vehicle having a predetermined geographic route. The shipping vehicle may be a self-propelled vehicle containing cargo or may also be a separable self-contained shipping container carried on a transportation vehicle. At least a po ...


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William H Whitted, Gerald Aigner: Modular data center. Google, Jung hua Kuo, October 9, 2007: US07278273 (196 worldwide citation)

Modular data centers with modular components suitable for use with rack or shelf mount computing systems, for example, are disclosed. The modular center generally includes a modular computing module including an intermodal shipping container and computing systems mounted within the container and con ...


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Christopher J Lasher, Dennis Wayne Rice, Michael Joseph Szesko, Frank Modrowsky, James McErlean, Michael Kennedy, Paul Thomas Shupert: Automatic prescription filling, sorting and packaging system. Merck Medco Managed Care, Lane Aitken & McCann, June 30, 1998: US05771657 (180 worldwide citation)

In an automated prescription dispensing and packing system, empty prescription bottles are labeled and loaded in assigned locations in carriers. Pills are automatically dispensed into the prescription bottles in the carriers. Ranks of carriers containing filled prescription bottles are assembled at ...


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John R Tuttle: Anti-theft method for detecting the unauthorized opening of containers and baggage. Micron Communications, David J Paul, April 11, 1995: US05406263 (137 worldwide citation)

A simple trip-wire or magnetic circuit associated with a shipping container monitors continuity, which is detected electrically. Simply, if continuity is disabled by a forced entry of the container, electrical detection means, such as a radio-frequency-identification (RFID) tag, will alert the owner ...


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Micha Auerbach, Rony Cohen, Eli Golan, Alex Isenberg, Arcadi Genin, Ran Sender, Shmuel Blum: Smart container monitoring system. Hi G Tek, Ladas & Parry, June 22, 2004: US06753775 (125 worldwide citation)

A remotely monitorable shipping container including a shipping container body having associated therewith at least one door and at least one door latch having a latch locking element arranged for locking engagement with a door mounted locking element, at least one wireless communicator mounted in a ...


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John R Tuttle: Anti-theft method for detecting the unauthorized opening of containers and baggage. Micron Communications, David J Paul, Robert J Stern, July 8, 1997: US05646592 (124 worldwide citation)

A simple trip-wire or magnetic circuit associated with a shipping container provides continuity, which is detected electrically. Simply, if continuity is disabled by a forced entry of the container, electrical detection means, such as a radio-frequency-identification (RFID) tag, will alert the owner ...


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Brian D Johnson, Glen V Thorne: Collapsible portable containerized shelter. Weatherhaven Resources, Klarquist Sparkman Campbell Leigh & Whinston, June 9, 1998: US05761854 (112 worldwide citation)

Currently portable industrial camp shelters will be either wood frame construction or fabric tents. The former have restriction on size and require special skills and equipment to install on site. The latter require plumbing and electrical installation to be installed on site. The present invention ...


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Bernard B LaFleur: Portable interactive kiosk. Robert E Bushnell Esq, September 11, 2001: US06289326 (112 worldwide citation)

A portable kiosk configured to function as an architectural component of a exhibition and present a variable visual display to customer traffic while accommodating hands-on interaction with the customers during the exhibition and serve as a housing for the electronic components of the display during ...


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Anthony J Leone: Container with lid. October 26, 1976: US03987829 (101 worldwide citation)

A lightweight shipping container of thin tough plastic material which consists of a one-piece receptacle having an open mouth bounded by an upwardly facing mouth rim surface with spaced high and low areas each having an inwardly facing abutment surface and a one-piece lid having an outer continuous ...


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John R Tuttle: Anti-theft method for detecting the unauthorized opening of containers and baggage. Micron Communications, David J Paul, Robert J Stern, November 3, 1998: US05831531 (87 worldwide citation)

A simple trip-wire or magnetic circuit associated with a shipping container provides continuity, which is detected electrically. Simply, if continuity is disabled by a forced entry of the container, electrical detection means, such as a radio-frequency-identification (RFID) tag, will alert the owner ...



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