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Martin Nathanson, David Brown: Transportation dispatch and delivery tracking system. Automated Dispatch Services, Dickstein Shapiro & Morin, June 16, 1992: US05122959 (219 worldwide citation)

An integrated vehicle dispatch system that performs the management, coordination and communication functions for dispatching vehicles. The system include a plurality of microcomputers interconnected via a "BITBUS" network, such that a fully redundant capability is provided. Each of the workstations ...


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Donald R Gray, Lawrence R Green III, Robert L Gendler, John A Carrott: Security monitoring and tracking system. METS, Hoffman Wasson & Fallow, March 17, 1987: US04651157 (213 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for positively indicating the position of a land-based vehicle, a marine vessel or an aircraft, utilizing a security system provided in the secured mode of transportation monitored by a central station. Navigational information transmitted by LORAN-C transmitters or satellite ...


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James E White, Christopher S Helgeson, Douglas A Steedman: System and method for distributed computation based upon the movement, execution, and interaction of processes in a network. General Magic, Forrest E Gunnison, Skjerven Morrill MacPherson Franklin & Friel, February 11, 1997: US05603031 (211 worldwide citation)

A distributed computing environment in which agent processes direct their own movement through a computer network. Place processes provide a computing context within which agent processes are interpreted. An agent process controls its movement from one place process to another within the network by ...


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Paul Lum, Leslie A Leonard, Edward D Verdonk, Dominique M Freeman, Michael Greenstein, Catherine Keely Templin: Extraction and transportation of blood for analysis. Agilent Technologies, Philip S Yip, Gordon M Stewart, October 17, 2000: US06132449 (211 worldwide citation)

A device for sampling blood from the skin of a patient by puncture. The device includes one or more lancets for lancing the skin and a fluid-conducting plate unit for transporting blood from the lancing wound. The plate unit has one or more channels for conducting fluid to one or more target locatio ...


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Paul Lum, Leslie A Leonard, Edward D Verdonk, Dominique M Freeman, Michael Greenstein, Catherine Keely Templin: Extraction and transportation of blood for analysis. Agilent Technologies, Michael J Beck, April 2, 2002: US06364890 (208 worldwide citation)

A device for sampling blood from the skin of a patient by puncture. The device includes one or more lancets for lancing the skin and a fluid-conducting plate unit for transporting blood from the lancing wound. The plate unit has one or more channels for conducting fluid to one or more target locatio ...


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Michael L Obradovich, John D Pirtle, Steven W Schebesch: Technique for effective navigation based on user preferences. American Calcar, Kaye Scholer, April 1, 2003: US06542812 (202 worldwide citation)

In a navigation device, user profiles may be stored and used to navigate a user who may be driving in a vehicle, on foot, or in other mode of transportation. Each user profile corresponds to one of the user's personae. For example, the user business profile corresponding to the user's busi ...


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Robert Baseman, William Grey: Method for integrated supply chain and financial management. International Business Machines Corporation, Stephen C Kaufman, Whitham Curtis & Christofferson P C, December 30, 2003: US06671673 (201 worldwide citation)

A method to generate a strategic business plan to improve operations, and to closely monitor various performance measures of an enterprise. This is accomplished employing a more comprehensive approach to maximizing profitability, increasing revenue, and explicitly considering risk. In particular, th ...


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Leonard Kadlec, Daniel Tallman, Patrick Kilawee: Deodorizing and sanitizing employing a wicking device. Ecolab, Kinney & Lange P A, October 23, 2007: US07285255 (200 worldwide citation)

A device and method for sanitizing and deodorizing including the selective transportation of a sanitizing composition by the capillary action of a wick to an acidic composition which may be held in a reservoir, or which also may be selectively transported through the capillary action of a wick to th ...


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Stephen A Goldman, Nancy A Haynes, Todd L Mansfield, Manfred Plischke, Herbert L Retzsch, Trevor Walker, Gerald A Young: Absorbent members for body fluids having good wet integrity and relatively high concentrations of hydrogel-forming absorbent polymer. The Procter & Gamble Company, Eric W Guttag, Carl J Roof, E Kelly Linman, February 4, 1997: US05599335 (197 worldwide citation)

Absorbent members useful in the containment of body fluids such as urine, that have at least one region containing hydrogel-forming absorbent polymer in a concentration of from about 60 to 100% by weight and providing a gel-continuous fluid transportation zone when in a swollen state. This hydrogel- ...


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Marwan Hannon, Mark L Denekamp: Integrated cargo security system. David B Harrison, August 18, 1987: US04688244 (197 worldwide citation)

An integrated cargo transportation security system is provided for a fleet of enclosed cargo transportation containers. Each container includes a subsystem including a door sensor for sensing access door opening and closure, a module unit including a connecting frame for a removable module and cabli ...



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