New Hampshire Companies Issued Patents

HALO Maritime Defense Systems is one of many New Hampshire companies recently reciving patents from the Untied States Patent Office.

Halo Maritime Defense Systems of Newton has been assigned a patent (9,394,660) developed by three co-inventors for “energy absorption management for marine barrier and gate systems.” The co-inventors are Justin Bishop of West Caldwell, N.J., Judson DeCew of Rochester and Eric Johnson of Danvers, Mass. The patent application was filed on Nov. 26, 2014 (14/554,233).
Standex International of Salem has been assigned a patent (9,398,645) developed by Terry Gray of McKinney, Texas, for “current detecting and switching apparatus.” The patent application was filed on Jan. 16, 2014 (14/156,634).
VXI of Dover has been assigned a patent (9,398,361) developed by five co-inventors for a “headset system with user-configurable function button.” The co-inventors are David Jaques of Durham, Kevin Batson of Durham, William Blank Jr. of Hampton, David Geno of Rochester and Thomas Terrien Jr. of Portsmouth. The patent application was filed on Feb. 20, 2015 (14/627,106).
Plexxi of Nashua has been assigned a patent (9,397,747) developed by Denis deRuijter of Harvard, Mass., for a “method and apparatus for connectivity control in a data center network.” The patent application was filed on Dec. 4, 2013 (14/096,497).
Anar Solar of Derry has been assigned a patent (9,397,608) developed by three co-inventors for a “highly adjustable and adaptable exterior panel racking system.” The co-inventors are James Mandry of North Andover, Mass., Mark Pelletier of Derry and Raymond Matthew Bourque of Bristol. The patent application was filed on Jan. 7, 2015 (14/591,059).
Nanocomp Technologies of Merrimack has been assigned a patent (9,396,829) developed by four co-inventors for “carbon nanotube-based coaxial electrical cables and wiring harness.” The co-inventors are Jennifer Mann of Chichester, David Lashmore of Lebanon, Brian White of Manchester and Peter Antoinette of Nashua. The patent application was filed on Aug. 29, 2014 (14/472,850).
Hypertherm of Hanover has been assigned a patent (9,395,715) developed by two co-inventors for “identifying components in a material processing system.” The co-inventors are Aaron Brandt of Grantham and E. Michael Shipulski of Etna. The patent application was filed on Jan. 5, 2015 (14/589,270).
Laser Light Engines of Salem has been assigned a patent (9,395,597) developed by Ian Turner of Stratham for a “color-based stereoscopic projection system and method.” The patent application was filed on March 4, 2014 (14/195,910).
Dartmouth College of Hanover has been assigned a patent (9,395,425) developed by three co-inventors for a “method and apparatus for magnetic susceptibility tomography, magnetoencephalography, and taggant or contrast agent detection.” The co-inventors are Solomon Diamond of Hanover, Broc Burke of St. Louis and Bradley Ficko of West Lebanon. The patent application was filed on Aug. 23, 2013 (14/420,828).
KD&E Dynamics of Manchester has been assigned a patent (9,395,136) developed by Paul Kovalov, Manchester for a “flexible monocore baffle apparatus and related methods.” The patent application was filed on Jan. 16, 2015 (14/598,746).
DEKA Products of Manchester has been assigned a patent (9,393,131) developed by 12 co-inventors for an arm prosthetic device. The co-inventors are Christopher Evans of Amherst, N. Christopher Perry of Manchester, Dirk Albertus van der Merwe of Canterbury, Christopher Langenfeld of Nashua, John Matthew Kerwin of Manchester, Stewart Coulter of Bedford, Stanley Smith III of Raymond, Keith David Violette of Sandown, Steven Nickson of Derry Thomas Schnellinger of North Andover, Mass., Alexander Muller of Manchester and Gerald Michael Guay of Greenville. The patent application was filed on May 24, 2013 (13/902,123).
Bauer Hockey of Exeter has been assigned a patent (9,392,840) developed by four co-inventors for a “skate boot having an inner liner with an abrasion resistant overlay.” The co-inventors are Gaetan Champagne of St-Colomban, Canada, Jean-Marie Bidal of St-Jerome, Canada, Donald Nault of St-Jerome, Canada, and Stephane Chalifoux of Blainville, Canada. The patent application was filed on Sept. 30, 2013 (14/041,784).
Parker-Hannifin of Cleveland has been assigned a patent (9,394,896) developed by four co-inventors for a “pressure sensing apparatus including a plurality of electroactive polymer strips.” The co-inventors are Jason Dunn of Minneapolis, Mario Calvo of Minneapolis, Andrew Brenner of Pembroke and Kenji Kingsford of Tucson, Ariz. The patent application was filed on Sept. 24, 2012 (14/346,826).
Dell Products of Round Rock, Texas, has been assigned a patent (9,396,200) developed by two co-inventors for an “auto-snapshot manager analysis tool.” The co-inventors are Robert Jacoby of Merrimack and Jill Leslie Manfield of Merrimack. The patent application was filed on Feb. 14, 2014 (14/180,742).
Elbit Systems of America of Fort Worth, Texas, has been assigned a patent (9,395,542) developed by two co-inventors for “projecting synthetic imagery and scenic imagery using an optical component comprising a diffractive optical element pattern.” The co-inventors are Michael Tilleman of Brookline, Mass., and Jon Lyford of Londonderry. The patent application was filed on Nov. 7, 2012 (14/356,801).
General Dynamics C4 Systems of Scottsdale, Ariz., has been assigned a patent (9,398,564) developed by four co-inventors for the “channel selection in a wireless network.” The co-inventors are Gary Matulis of Chester, Magued Barsoum of Framingham, Mass., Owais Hassan of Andover, Mass., and John Pacheco of Merrimack, N.H. The patent application was filed on Feb. 24, 2012 (13/404,693).
The University of Florida Research Foundation of Gainesville, Fla., has been assigned a patent (9,399,756) developed by eight co-inventors for “functionalized fullerenes as a biomass stimulant and a life extension agent.” The co-inventors are Jie Gao of Oak Ridge, Tenn., Vijay Krishna ofGainesville, Fla., Wei Bai of Gainesville, Fla., Benjamin Koopman of Gainesville, Fla., Brij Moudgil of Gainesville, Fla., Paul Anthony Indeglia of Amherst, Kevin Michael Folta of Gainesville, Fla., and Angelina Tsenova Georgieva of Gainesville, Fla. The patent application was filed on April 7, 2011 (13/638,054).
DAK Americas of Charlotte, N.C., has been assigned a patent (9,399,700) developed by three co-inventors for “ultra-high IV polyester for extrusion blow molding and method for its production.” The co-inventors are Helen Codd of Wilmington, N.C., George Rollend of Amherst and Norman Lisson of Mount Pleasant, S.C.