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Martin Nathanson, David Brown: Transportation dispatch and delivery tracking system. Automated Dispatch Services, Dickstein Shapiro & Morin, June 16, 1992: US05122959 (229 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 (220 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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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 (219 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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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 (215 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 (214 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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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 (213 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, Michael J Beck, April 2, 2002: US06364890 (212 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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Richard C Walker: Electrically controlled automated devices to control equipment and machinery with remote control and accountability worldwide. Kline and Walker, Irah H Donner, Hale and Dorr, November 11, 2003: US06647328 (209 worldwide citation)

This application describes completely in many unique ways and detail all the devices to reduce a vehicle's speed and/or reduce a machines RPMs and/or stop any piece of equipment's as well as guide it if mobile through automated controls. First to slow it down, and guide it and/or control i ...


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Marwan Hannon, Mark L Denekamp: Integrated cargo security system. David B Harrison, August 18, 1987: US04688244 (208 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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David C Gelvin, Lewis D Girod, William J Kaiser, William M Merrill, Fredric Newberg, Gregory J Pottie, Anton I Sipos, Sandeep Vardhan: Apparatus for internetworked hybrid wireless integrated network sensors (WINS). Sensoria Corporation, Shemwell Gregory & Courtney, November 30, 2004: US06826607 (204 worldwide citation)

The Wireless Integrated Network Sensor Next Generation (WINS NG) nodes provide distributed network and Internet access to sensors, controls, and processors that are deeply embedded in equipment, facilities, and the environment. The WINS NG network is a new monitoring and control capability for appli ...



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