Patent Cases Available for Placement
June 14, 2019
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ELECTRIC / COMPUTER
A2373-1-P: LOCATABLE SPORTING GOODS DEVICE
Inventor, an avid sports fan, has spent his career implementing electronic technology and technological design to help businesses perform better has invented an improvement in tracking and locating sporting goods. The invention can be used across locator solutions and sports and is easier to use and less expensive than existing devices. Inventor is seeking to obtain a provisional patent.
A3520-1-P: PORTABLE NO-MESS PET CLEANING STATION
Inventor, a serial inventor, who uses the lean method of product development to determine product viability for any art field, has invented a portable no-mess pet cleaning station. Inventor researched different art fields and decided to innovate in the $17B commercial pet product industry. Inventor wanted to address a problem with cleaning up after washing a pet. Invention improves upon similar products as it is cheaper to manufacture, can be shipped at a low cost due to low weight and compactness, and permits the end user to wash and dry a pet in 2 minutes.
A3428-1-P: SECURITY DRONE
Inventor, an army veteran of 4 years, has invented an improvement to drone technology which monitors and secures transactions in commercial locations. Invention improves upon existing technologies by utilizing facial recognition, bar code scanning, label printing, and real-time video recording.
A3391-1-P: SANDAL SOCKS
Inventor, previously unable to wear sandals due to a medical condition, has invented a sock to wear with sandals. This invention improves upon known socks as the invention appears and feels as if the wearer is not wearing socks. Inventor has a working prototype.
A1304-4-P: PORTABLE LIFE PROTECTION DEVICE
Inventor, a registered nurse with experience working at Emory and Grady hospitals, has invented a portable life protection device. Inventor noticed the need for individuals to protect against firearms in a growing number of situations. Invention improves upon similar products because it allows users to respond to threats more quickly with greater protective capability.
A3448-2-P: IMPROVEMENT TO UTILITY GLOVES
Inventor, a single father of three young children, was tired of constantly having to take off his work gloves while doing jobs around the house. He has invented a glove which holds tools and improves free hand motion for the wearer while providing an apparatus to hold one or more tools.
A3459-1-P: IMPROVEMENT TO SHOE ATTACHMENT
Inventor, a 17 year old writer and motivational speaker who overcame learning challenges, has invented an improvement to a shoe attachment. The invention helps the wearer remember their goals and aspirations. It improves the art field by being reversible and customizable, and permits the user to memorialize their writings in a unique way.
A2097-1-P: CLOTHING ATTACHMENT FOR A WOMAN’S DAILY USAGE
Inventor, a mother of two, has invented an attachment to women's clothing for carrying contents that would typically reside in a purse. Inventor noticed that her purse was vulnerable to security threats when her purse was stolen from under her pew at church. The invention improves upon similar products as it is attachable and detachable, has greater capacity, is multi-functional and water resistant, while simultaneously providing greater security for a woman's belongings.
B1052-2-P: COLLAR PROTECTOR
Co-inventors, a deputy sheriff and spouse, have developed an invention to keep collars clean. The invention reduces the need to dry clean shirts saving time and money for the household or business owner in a uniform provided industry. Inventors have a provisional patent that expires in December, 2019.