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Recent patents issued in N.H.

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Published: 2/26/2017 10:33:33 PM

BAE Systems Information and Electronic Systems Integration, Nashua, has been assigned a patent (9,571,078) developed by two co-inventors for “modified flying adder architecture.” The co-inventors are Steven Turner of Nashua and Michael Anthony of Andover, Mass. The patent application was filed on July 24, 2015 (14/808,653).

XCube Research and Development, Nashua, has been assigned a patent (9,569,312) developed by Mikael Taveniku of Nashua for a “system and method for high-speed data recording.” The patent application was filed on Sept. 24, 2012 (13/625,553).

Scenera Technologies, Portsmouth, has been assigned a patent (9,569,072) developed by David Lection of Raleigh, N.C., for “methods, systems, and computer readable media for controlling presentation and selection of objects that are digital images depicting subjects.” The patent application was filed on Jan. 8, 2016 (14/991,318).

Aavid Thermalloy, Laconia, has been assigned a patent (9,568,257) developed by Marco Moruzzi of Vergato, Italy, for a “thermal transfer device with spiral fluid pathways.” The patent application was filed on March 7, 2011 (14/003,511).

TomTom North America, Lebanon, has been assigned a patent (9,566,982) developed by Christopher Kenneth Hoover Wilson of Emerald Hills, Calif., for “methods and systems for generating a horizon for use in an advanced driver assistance system (ADAS).” The patent application was filed on Feb. 15, 2016 (15/043,630).

Fujifilm Dimatix, Lebanon, has been assigned a patent (9,566,810) developed by three co-inventors for a “fluid ejection module mounting aligning method.” The co-inventors are Kevin Von Essen, San Jose, Calif.; Paul Hoisington, Hanover; and Michael Rocchio, Hayward, Calif. The patent application was filed on June 6, 2016 (15/174,138).

Equioxer, Dover, has been assigned a patent (9,566,536) developed by Andrea Manley of Dover for a “variable length oxer and method of using same.” The patent application was filed on Aug. 14, 2014 (14/459,981).

Felton, Londonderry, has been assigned a patent (9,565,925) developed by five co-inventors for a “flexible strip brush, flexible belt brush, and method for manufacturing the same.” The co-inventors are Donald James Marler III, Emmaus, Pa.; Marc Godin, Pittsfield; Lawrence Nieder, Concord; Matt Gorham, Hampstead; and Roy Wirth, Northfield. The patent application was filed on June 7, 2010 (12/795,248).

Boston Scientific Scimed, Maple Grove, Minn., has been assigned a patent (9,566,126) developed by six co-inventors for “direct drive endoscopy systems and methods.” The co-inventors are Barry Weitzner, Acton, Mass.; Paul Smith, Smithfield, R.I.; John Golden, Norton, Mass.; Brian Intoccia, Nashua; Naroun Suon, Lawrence, Mass.; and William Shaw, Cambridge, Mass. The patent application was filed on Sept. 13, 2011 (13/231,410).

Encore Health, Roanoke, Va., has been assigned a patent (9,567,314) developed by four co-inventors for “dithiol compounds, derivatives, and uses therefor.” The co-inventors are William Garner, Eastport, Maine; Margaret Garner, Eastport, Maine; George Minno, Windham; and David Gooden, Durham, N.C. The patent application was filed on March 11, 2016 (15/067,935).

Dell Products, Round Rock, Texas, has been assigned a patent (9,569,297) developed by two co-inventors for “seamless method for booting from a degraded software raid volume on a UEFI system.” The co-inventors are Ahmad A.J. Ali of Austin, Texas, and Charles Rose of Nashua. The patent application was filed on July 16, 2014 (14/333,232).

Texas Instruments, Dallas, has been assigned a patent (9,568,509) developed by Jean Picard of Hooksett for “devices and methods for detecting USB devices attached to a USB charging port.” The patent application was filed on Oct. 31, 2014 (14/530,295).

N-Dia, Boston, has been assigned a patent (9,568,479) developed by eight co-inventors for “devices and methods for detecting amniotic fluid in vaginal secretions.” The co-inventors are Boris Fuks, Billerica, Mass.; Dmitrii Dmitrievich Petrunin, Moscow; Evgeny Il'ich Zaraisky, Moscow; Marina Nikolayevna Boltovskaya, Moscow; Svetlana Vladimirovna Nazimova, Moscow; Nelly Andronikovna Starosvetskaya, Moscow; Alexandr Konstantinov, Nashua; and Margarita Igorevna Marshiskaia, Moscow. The patent application was filed on Nov. 13, 2012 (13/675,613).

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