Patents Available for Acquisition

Siemens: Computer Location Bookmark Technology

US 7,010,748 (Method and system for displaying site-specific bookmarks on a computer) and active counterparts are available for immediate acquisition from Siemens AG. The invention relates to a method and system for displaying location dependent bookmarks on a computer or mobile device. A bookmark is the address of a network or internet site that you put into a list so that you can return to it easily.

Claim charts as the technology applies to Facebook and GoogleMaps are available under NDA. In addition to the available claim charts, the technology applies to stand-alone hand-held GPS navigation devices, automobile navigation systems, smart phone apps, and mobile computer (laptops/tablets) applications.

Siemens: Peer-to-Peer Networking Portfolio

IP Engineering Group Corporation is exclusively representing the sale of a Peer to Peer Networking portfolio containing 71 assets in 28 patent families. The portfolio is currently owned by Siemens AG. This patent portfolio is directed at solving problems related to decentralized networks such as peer-to-peer (P2P) and ad-hoc networks.

Siemens: Video Surveillance Portfolio

The Siemens Video Surveillance technology portfolio contains 25 assets in 13 patent families. The patents cover broad technology areas that are fundamental to modern industrial security systems. Much of the technology is being used in systems today.

Two of the patents (US 7,242,295 and US 7,342,489) have Evidence of Use claim charts. The technology in the portfolio applies to smart cameras and sensors, system controls and management, and alarm detection and location identification. 

H.264 Technology Patents

This portfolio includes two groups of patents for which there are commercially-important use cases in the streaming video market. Advances in computer networking, combined with powerful home computers and modern operating systems, made streaming media practical and affordable for ordinary consumers. The featured patent in this portfolio is believed to be essential to the H.264 AVC Standard (Annex G).