Patent Cases Available for Placement
April 19, 2019
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ELECTRIC / COMPUTER
A2497-1-P: Inventory Management System
Inventor, formerly in the hotel management industry, observed costly inefficiencies in inventory management systems. After learning how to program neural networks, Inventor developed an inventory management system. Unlike others on the market, the invention has machine learning capabilities, may integrate into existing systems' infrastructure, and possesses dynamic predictive functions to anticipate real-time events.
A2373-1-P: Locatable Sporting Goods Device
Inventor, is an avid sports fan, has spent his career implementing electronic technology and technological design to help businesses perform better. The invention is 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.
A3505-1-P: Method for Soluble 3D Printed Nails
Inventor, a recent Georgia Tech Industrial Engineering Graduate, has invented a unique manufacturing process for creating finger nails. Invention improves upon similar products with regards to health, convenience, customization. Invention uses known machinery and material in an interesting way to produce biodegradable and non-toxic nails at comparable prices to the consumer. Provisional patent expiration date: 02/28/2020.
A3351-1-P: Device for Washing Hair
Inventor, a registered nurse and single mother of 3 daughters, has invented a device which makes the process of washing children's hair easier and more comfortable. The invention improves upon others hair washing devices in that it is lightweight, portable, less bulky, and more comfortable for both the washer and the individual whose hair is being washed.
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.
A3387-1-P: System for Mounting Fabric onto Wall
Inventor, a patentee who helped establish his art field, has invented an improvement to his previously patented invention. The prior invention was directed to securing fabric to a wall for soundproofing and decorating. The current invention improves upon the traditional use of track systems for this field. This improvement makes the product cheaper and faster to make and easier for the end-user to install.
A1327-4-P: Boot Extension
Inventor, who teaches pre-K, has invented a more convenient way to change the style of a shoe and height of a shoe. Invention is more economical and has more features and options than similar items.
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.
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.
A3345-1-P: Wearable Feminine Hygiene Product
Inventor, HBCU Alumnus and creator of a non-profit to help parents of school children, has invented an improvement to a wearable feminine hygiene product. Unlike similar products, this invention is reusable and less bulky.