Top Medical Technology Patent – Mesh network personal emergency response appliance – US7733224

U.S. Patent 7733224 was awarded to on 2010-06-08 and describes a “Mesh network personal emergency response appliance.” This patent has been cited 314 times by other U.S. patents which places it in the top 500 cited patents since 2010 according to our law firm research, and makes it of the most innovative medical technology patents in the field of instruments. The abstract states:

A monitoring system includes one or more wireless nodes forming a wireless mesh network; a user activity sensor including a wireless mesh transceiver adapted to communicate with the one or more wireless nodes using the wireless mesh network; and a digital monitoring agent coupled to the wireless transceiver through the wireless mesh network to request assistance from a third party based on the user activity sensor. Link: U.S. Patent 7733224

This patent was originally filed on 2006-06-30 which gives it a processing time of 1439 days, compared to an average processing time of 1338 in the field. has total patents. The first named inventor is Bao Tran of Saratoga Springs, NY. The primary examiner was Daryl Pope.

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Top IT Methods For Management Patent – Vehicle monitoring system – US8140358

U.S. Patent 8140358 was awarded to Progressive Casualty Insurance Company on 2012-03-20 and describes a “Vehicle monitoring system.” This patent has been cited 266 times by other U.S. patents which places it in the top 500 cited patents since 2010 according to our law firm research, and makes it of the most innovative it methods for management patents in the field of electrical engineering. The abstract states:

A data logging device tracks the operation of a vehicle or driver actions. The device includes a storage device, which may be removable or portable, having a first memory portion that may be read from and may be written to in a vehicle and a second memory portion that may be read from and may be written to in the vehicle. The second memory portion may retain data attributes associated with the data stored in the first removable storage device. A processor reads data from an automotive bus that transfers data from vehicle sensors to other automotive components. The processor writes data to the first memory portion and the second memory portion that reflect a level of risk or safety. A communication device links the storage device to a network of computers. The communication device may be accessible through software that allows a user to access files related to a level of risk or safety and other software that may be related to those files. Link: U.S. Patent 8140358

This patent was originally filed on 2008-06-03 which gives it a processing time of 1386 days, compared to an average processing time of 1470 in the field. Progressive Casualty Insurance Company has 23 total patents. The first named inventor is Robert John McMillan of Divide, CO. The assistant examiner was Robert Niquette.

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Top Measurement Patent – Method and system for associating content with map zoom function – US8504945

U.S. Patent 8504945 was awarded to on 2013-08-06 and describes a “Method and system for associating content with map zoom function.” This patent has been cited 248 times by other U.S. patents which places it in the top 500 cited patents since 2010 according to our law firm research, and makes it of the most innovative measurement patents in the field of instruments. The abstract states:

Various methods, systems and apparatus for displaying content associated with a point-of-interest (“POI”) in a digital mapping system, or a region within the digital map, are disclosed. One such method may include detecting a change in the zoom level of an electronic map displayed on a computing device, determining if the new zoom-level is at a pre-determined zoom level (e.g. at maximum zoom), identifying a POI on the map, retrieving content associated with the POI (“POI content”) and displaying the POI content. The method may further include detecting a change in the zoom, or pan, of the digital map while POI content is displayed, and removing the POI content in response. Link: U.S. Patent 8504945

This patent was originally filed on 2008-02-01 which gives it a processing time of 2013 days, compared to an average processing time of 1698 in the field. has total patents. The first named inventor is Gabriel Jakobson of Alamo, CA. The primary examiner was Phenuel Salomon.

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Top Measurement Patent – Displaying content associated with electronic mapping systems – US8490025

U.S. Patent 8490025 was awarded to on 2013-07-16 and describes a “Displaying content associated with electronic mapping systems.” This patent has been cited 249 times by other U.S. patents which places it in the top 500 cited patents since 2010 according to our law firm research, and makes it of the most innovative measurement patents in the field of instruments. The abstract states:

Various methods, systems and apparatus for displaying alternate content in a digital mapping system, are disclosed. One such method may include detecting a change in a zoom level of an electronic map displaying geographic content (e.g. tile-based digital map, satellite image, etc.) on a computing device (e,g. desktop/laptop, smart phone, etc, running Windows®, Linux®, Mac OS®, iOS®. Android®, etc.); determining a predetermined (eg. maximum) zoom level has been reached; retrieving alternate content, and displaying the alternate content in addition to, or in place of, some-or-all of the geographic content. The method may further include detecting a zoom-out command while the alternate content is being displayed, and in response, restoring the display of the geographic content (e.g. at the maximum zoom level and/or last state of the geographic content display prior to displaying the alternate content.) Alternate content may be associated with any portion of geographic content displayed (e.g. the portion of the geographic content visible at the maximum zoom level) and may be selected via various algorithms and be manipulate-able via map display application controls. Link: U.S. Patent 8490025

This patent was originally filed on 2009-12-02 which gives it a processing time of 1322 days, compared to an average processing time of 1461 in the field. has total patents. The first named inventor is Gabriel Jakobson of Alamo, CA. The primary examiner was Steven Sax.

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Top Measurement Patent – Method and system for displaying navigation information on an electronic map – US8032297

U.S. Patent 8032297 was awarded to on 2011-10-04 and describes a “Method and system for displaying navigation information on an electronic map.” This patent has been cited 269 times by other U.S. patents which places it in the top 500 cited patents since 2010 according to our law firm research, and makes it of the most innovative measurement patents in the field of instruments. The abstract states:

A mapping systems includes determining that a map object (“MO”) is outside the visible area of a map displayed; calculating the direction, distance and travel-time to the MO, creating an object vector indicator (“OVI”) and displaying the OVI on the map-display application. The OVI may be displayed on the periphery of the map-display and may be positioned in the general direction of the MO. The position of the electronic device is factored into the calculations and placement of the OVI. Link: U.S. Patent 8032297

This patent was originally filed on 2008-05-08 which gives it a processing time of 1244 days, compared to an average processing time of 1465 in the field. has total patents. The first named inventor is Gabriel Jakobson of Alamo, CA. The primary examiner was Tan Q Nguyen.

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