Recent patents issued in New Hampshire

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Published: 5/21/2017 10:30:18 PM

Recent patents issued to companies and individuals in New Hampshire include:

Ping4, Nashua, has been assigned a patent (9,648,455) developed by six co-inventors for a “method for optimizing mobile device region monitoring and region management for an anonymous mobile device.” The co-inventors are Rindress MacDonald, Hollis, Tatsuki Nakano, Nashua, Sett Paing Oo, Nashua, Dan Post, Tewksbury, Mass., Sean Roy, Stratham, and Mark Sexton, Merrimack. The patent application was filed on March 23, 2016 (15/078,888).

The University of New Hampshire, Durham, has been assigned a patent (9,647,949) developed by two co-inventors for “systems and methods for network transmission of big data.” The co-inventors are Elizabeth Varki, Lee, and Adam Villa, Abington, Mass. The patent application was filed on June 24, 2013 (13/925,029).

Near Field Magnetics, Milford, has been assigned a patent (9,647,729) developed by three co-inventors for a “system and method for data collection using near-field magnetic induction.” The co-inventors are David F. McManus, Milford, Jan H. Helbers, Marlborough, Mass., and Eric J. Roberts, Bedford. The patent application was filed on June 30, 2016 (15/198,039).

Fujifilm Dimatix, Lebanon, has been assigned a patent (9,647,195) developed by Arman Hajati, Santa Clara, California, for a “multi-frequency ultra wide bandwidth transducer.” The patent application was filed on May 28, 2014 (14/289,139).

Concrete Systems, Hudson, and Stable Concrete Structures, Anniston, Ala., have been assigned a patent(9,644,334) developed by two co-inventors for “methods of and systems for controlling water flow, breaking water waves and reducing surface erosion along rivers, streams, waterways and coastal regions.” The co-inventors are Raymond O’Neill, Spring Lake Heights, New Jersey, and Dennis Carr, Atkinson. The patent application was filed on Aug. 19, 2013 (13/969,699).

Hypertherm, Hanover, has been assigned a patent (9,643,273) developed by two co-inventors for “systems and methods for configuring a cutting or welding delivery device.” The co-inventors are Richard Adams, Norwich, Vermont, and Steve Bertken, Lees Summit, Missouri. The patent application was filed on Oct. 14, 2013 (14/053,078).

Shipston Aluminum Technologies (Michigan), Hampton, has been assigned a patent (9,643,246) developed by four co-inventors for a reverse casting process. The co-inventors are Marshall A. Klingensmith, New Kensington, Pennsylvania, Mark A. Ripepi, Harrison City, Pennsylvania, Rabindra K. Bhattacharyya, Export, Pennsylvania, and James T. Burg, Verona, Pennsylvania. The patent application was filed on Aug. 9, 2015 (14/821,749).

Coca-Cola, Atlanta, has been assigned a patent (9,646,314) developed by 10 co-inventors for “systems and methods for providing a promotion for a combined product dispensed from a product dispenser.” The co-inventors are William J. Moore, Lilburn, Georgia, C. Brad Green, Dacula, Georgia, David O. Slagley, Roswell, Georgia, David R. Newman, Atlanta, Gregg Carpenter, Marietta, Georgia, Gene Farrell, Duluth, Georgia, Eric L. Pribyl, Bedford, Michael Jason Goulet, Weare, Scott Cuppari, Smyrna, Georgia, and Cynthia D. Jones, Atlanta. The patent application was filed on April 20, 2012 (13/452,444).

Timken, North Canton, Ohio, has been assigned a patent (9,644,935) developed by three co-inventors for a “sensor system having independent hall effect sensor.” The co-inventors are Alfred J. Santos, Keene, Mark E. Lacroix, Winchester, and Lei Wang, Solon, Ohio. The patent application was filed on Oct. 25, 2012 (14/353,922).

Sonoco Development, Hartsville, S.C., has been assigned a patent (9,643,343) developed by two co-inventors for a “method for molding recycled EPS using powder adhesive and steam.” The co-inventors are Ajit Ranade, Naperville, Illinois, and Kate Piscopo, Bedford. The patent application was filed on March 11, 2014 (14/775,273).

Fluke, Everett, Wash., has been assigned a patent (9,645,346) developed by three co-inventors for “self-aligning doublet lens assembly.” The co-inventors are William Weidner, Dublin, Timothy Olsen, Milford, and William F. Jackson Jr., Keene. The patent application was filed on Nov. 11, 2014 (14/538,604).

Genband U.S., Plano, Texas, has been assigned a patent (9,648,467) developed by two co-inventors for group communication configuration. The co-inventors are Frederick C. Kemmerer Jr., Hollis, and Carroll L. Gray-Preston, Morrisville, North Carolina. The patent application was filed on Jan. 30, 2014 (14/168,943).

Physical Sciences, Andover, Mass., has been assigned a patent (9,647,414) developed by five co-inventors for an optically pumped micro-plasma. The co-inventors are W. Terry Rawlins, Reading, Mass., Steven J. Davis, Londonderry, Kristin Galbally-Kinney, Littleton, Mass., Jeffrey Hopwood, Needham, Mass., and Alan Hoskinson, Lexington, Mass. The patent application was filed on Jan. 30, 2014 (14/168,851).

Performance Indicator, Lowell, Mass., has been assigned a patent (9,645,552) developed by three co-inventors for a time validation indicator. The co-inventors are Louis Cincotta, Andover, Mass., Clifford Parker, New Ipswich, and Satish Agrawal, Concord, Mass. The patent application was filed on March 3, 2016 (15/059,866).

Allegro MicroSystems, Worcester, Mass., has been assigned a patent (9,644,999) developed by three co-inventors for a “magnetic field sensor and associated method that can establish a measured threshold value and that can store the measured threshold value in a memory device.” The co-inventors are Andrea Foletto, Annecy, France, Peter Cisar, Lenzkirch, Germany, and Eric Shoemaker, Pembroke. The patent application was filed on April 11, 2014 (14/250,574).

EMD Millipore, Billerica, Mass., has been assigned a patent (9,644,187) developed by four co-inventors for “methods of producing high titer, high purity virus stocks and methods of use thereof.” The co-inventors are Damon R. Asher, Jefferson, Mass., Amanda B. Katz, Windham, Navid Z. Khan, Tewksbury, Mass., and Ushma Mehta, North Chelmsford, Mass. The patent application was filed on April 8, 2011 (13/082,828).

Bose Corp., Framingham, Mass., has been assigned a patent (9,643,467) developed by two co-inventors for a “variable tracking active suspension system.” The co-inventors are Brian Alexander Selden, Concord, Mass., and James A. Parison, New Ipswich. The patent application was filed on Nov. 10, 2014 (14/537,261).

Veracode, Burlington, Mass., has been assigned a patent (9,645,800) developed by Mansi Sheth, Merrimack, for a “system and method for facilitating static analysis of software applications.” The patent application was filed on Dec. 19, 2014 (14/577,388).

G.I. Dynamics, Boston, has been assigned a patent (9,642,734) developed by five co-inventors for “anchors with biodegradable constraints.” The co-inventors are David A. Melanson, Hudson, Christopher Nutting, Newtonville, Mass., Barry Maxwell, Spencer, Mass., Peter Shank, Boylston, Mass., and John Panek, Peabody, Mass. The patent application was filed on Aug. 14, 2014 (14/459,612).

New Balance Athletics, Boston, has been assigned a patent (9,642,415) developed by nine co-inventors for “systems and methods for monitoring athletic performance.” The co-inventors are Ethan Pease, Concord, Mass., Klaus Renner, Hollis, Gordon Row, Groton, Mass., Kim B. Blair, Arlington, Mass., Christopher J. Wawrousek, Somerville, Mass., Sean B. Murphy, North Andover, Mass., Jean-Francois Fullum, North Reading, Mass., Katherine Petrecca, Waltham, Mass., and Trampas Tenbroek, North Andover, Mass. The patent application was filed on Feb. 7, 2012 (13/368,084).

Corvia Medical, Tewksbury, Mass., has been assigned a patent (9,642,993) developed by five co-inventors for “methods and devices for intra-atrial shunts having selectable flow rates.” The co-inventors are Edward McNamara, Chelmsford, Mass., Michael W. Sutherland, Pelham, Matthew J. Finch, Medford, Mass., Stephen J. Forcucci, Winchester, Mass., and John Mitzel, Chester. The patent application was filed on Dec. 24, 2012 (13/726,472).

OPKO Diagnostics, Woburn, Mass., has been assigned a patent (9,643,182) developed by three co-inventors for “systems and devices for analysis of samples.” The co-inventors are Vincent Linder, Tewksbury, Mass., David Steinmiller, Cambridge, Mass., and Jason Taylor, Windham. The patent application was filed on Nov. 26, 2014 (14/554,205).

Waters Technologies, Milford, Mass., has been assigned a patent (9,643,103) developed by seven co-inventors for a “process for preparing liquid mixtures of known pH and salt concentration.” The co-inventors are Richard W. Andrews, Rehoboth, Mass., John Heden, Hollis, Michael Jackson, Woonsocket, Rhode Island, John Lamoureux, Franklin, Mass., Guo-Zhong Li, Westborough, Mass., Barry Sunray, Northborough, Mass., and Thomas E. Wheat, Hopedale, Mass. The patent application was filed on May 24, 2011 (13/695,811).

MKS Instruments, Andover, Mass., has been assigned a patent (9,648,716) developed by two co-inventors for a “direct three phase parallel resonant inverter for reactive gas generator applications.” The co-inventors are Ken Tran, North Chelmsford, Mass., and Feng Tian, Salem. The patent application was filed on Sept. 2, 2015 (14/843,412).


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