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Adapt IP was retained by a leading global IT consulting company to monetize their patent portfolio including over 100 assets related to wireless technologies and with coverage in the U.S., EP, China and India. Representative concepts include wireless technologies including LTE networks, small cell deployments, network traffic management, hand-off management, local resource management, wireless channel access, and coordinating inter-cell interference.
The Hybrid Electric Vehicle Patent relates to a “front-loaded” hybrid propulsion system set to develop and manage driving and control profiles for switching from battery operated to a second propulsion source (e.g., combustion engine, fuel cell, etc.). Profiles can be based on driving habits, distance traveled and the hybrid cruising range. The invention factors these driving patterns into the control of a hybrid vehicle system. As such, the present invention “front loads” the electrical power draw on the hybrid propulsion system so that greater amounts of stored electrical power are drawn down in the early operation of the vehicle. Operation in this mode enhances overall fuel economy while preserving the capability of achieving a realistic driving range. This patent is available for acquisition.
Adapt IP’s client, a Portugal-based technology development company, sold their Crowd-sourced Mapping patent. The patent focuses on the ad-hoc creation of points of interest having defined positions. Users can seamlessly establish “anchor” points that ultimately support the facilitation of a crowd-sourced LBS/navigation ecosystem.
Adapt IP Ventures has been retained by a major UK-based research and commercial organization to market its electronic fuse patent portfolio for acquisition. The patented technology generally relates to e-fuses or circuit breakers which can be line powered, reset remotely, and implemented entirely in solid state electronics. The patented technology offers international coverage on products with little to no service or maintenance and can be integrated seamlessly into existing market leading circuit breaker products. Contact us for more information.