Our technology portfolio represents a demonstrated design capability in applications ranging from medical device technology to adaptive optics, automotive sensors and green energy solutions. This portfolio represents the more than three decades of engineering design experience spanning industry, government and academic institutions. This experience is reflected in the partial list of patents listed below:
- Patient Monitoring System Employing Array of Force Sensors on a Bedsheet or Similar Substrate: U.S. Patent Number 6,840,117 B2, January 2005.
- Patient Monitoring System Employing Array of Force Sensors on a Bedsheet or Similar Substrate: U.S. Patent Number 6,546,813 B2, April 15, 2003.
- In-Shoe Remote Telemetry Gait Analysis System: U.S. Patent Number 6,360,597 B1, March 2002.
- Sensor System and Method for Measuring Time-varying Stress Patterns over the Surface of a Body: U.S. Patent Number 6,223,606 May 1, 2001.
- Center of Weight Sensor: U.S. Patent Number 5,821,633 October 13, 1998.
- Center of Weight Sensor: U.S. Patent Number 6,223,606 B1 May 1, 2001.
- A Smart Skin Sensor for Real-Time Side Impact Detection and Off-Line Diagnostics: U.S. Patent Number 5,797,623 September 3, 1998.
- Wideband, Derivative-Matched, Continuous Aperture Acoustic Transducer: U.S. Patent Number 5,327,397 July 5, 1994.
- Active Mirror Assembly: U.S. Patent Number 5,159,498 October 27, 1992.
- Wavefront Sensing and Correction with Deformable Mirror: U.S. Patent Number 5,026,977 June 25, 1991.
- Pressure Distribution Characterization System: U.S. Patent Number 5,054,323 October 8, 1991.
- Real-Time Wavefront Sensor for Coherent Wavefront Characterization: U.S. Patent Number 4,935,614 June 19, 1990.
- Method and Apparatus Using a Piezoelectric Film for Active Control of Vibrations: U.S. Patent Number 4,565,940 January 21, 1986.
- Method and Apparatus for Active Control of Vibrations: U.S. Patent Number 4,626,730 December 02, 1986.