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Thinxtream’s patent portfolio is the result of our investment in our products business. As a non-practicing entity now, we continue to assiduously maintain and enhance our intellectual property (IP) portfolio. Today, Thinxtream® has a bouquet of granted US patents/pending applications across multiple domains with wide applicability across multiple industries.

Our patent portfolio is available for licensing, either on a royalty-basis or an outright sale basis. It can be leveraged by your organization to build upon and develop new technologies, and grow your business.

If desired, Thinxtream can assist you with cost-effective, high-quality engineering services to develop your offerings based on the patents.

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EVENT NARROWCAST MANAGEMENT


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Thinxtream’s Event Narrowcast Management patent portfolio comprises 4 US patents.

Dissemination of events to geographically relevant digital interfaces has tremendous potential in today’s connected world.

It finds relevance in diverse emergency and non-emergency applications across a wide range of industries.

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US Patent No. 8,917,176

APPARATUS AND METHODS FOR DISTRIBUTING AND DISPLAYING EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS


Abstract: Methods and systems are disclosed for event management, allowing authorized users or authorities to distribute and display emergency communications on digital displays. In one aspect, an emergency management communications system receives event data sent by an emergency detections system comprised of a network of sensors. The emergency management communications system processes the event data to determine an event perimeter, and then selects one or more digital displays based upon the event data or the determined event perimeter. Next, the emergency management communications system authors one or more emergency communications corresponding to the one or more digital displays and sends said one or more emergency communications to said one or more digital display, thereby allowing the one or more digital displays to display the corresponding one or more emergency communications to the affected populations.




US Patent No. 9,607,503

APPARATUS AND METHODS FOR DISTRIBUTING AND DISPLAYING EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS


Abstract: Methods and systems are disclosed for event management, allowing authorized users or authorities to distribute and display communications on digital displays. In one aspect, an event management communications system receives event data sent from a detection system comprised of a network of sensors. The event management communications system processes the event data to determine an event perimeter, and then selects one or more digital displays based upon the event data or the determined event perimeter. Next, the event management communications system authors one or more contextual communications corresponding to the one or more digital displays and sends said one or more authored communications to said one or more digital displays, thereby allowing the one or more digital displays to display the corresponding one or more communications to a relevant, identified audience.




US Patent No. 10,504,357

APPARATUS AND METHODS FOR DISTRIBUTING AND DISPLAYING EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS


Abstract: Methods and systems are disclosed for event management, allowing authorized users or authorities to distribute and display communications on digital displays. In one aspect, an event management communications system receives event data sent from a detection system comprised of a network of sensors. The event management communications system processes the event data to determine an event perimeter, and then selects one or more digital displays based upon the event data or the determined event perimeter. Next, the event management communications system authors one or more contextual communications corresponding to the one or more digital displays and sends said one or more authored communications to said one or more digital displays, thereby allowing the one or more digital displays to display the corresponding one or more communications to a relevant, identified audience.




US Patent No. 11,308,790

APPARATUS AND METHODS FOR DISTRIBUTING AND DISPLAYING EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS


Abstract: Methods and systems are disclosed for event management, allowing authorized users or authorities to distribute and display communications on digital displays. In one aspect, an event management communications system receives event data sent from a detection system comprised of a network of sensors. The event management communications system processes the event data to determine an event perimeter, and then selects one or more digital displays based upon the event data or the determined event perimeter. Next, the event management communications system authors one or more contextual communications corresponding to the one or more digital displays and sends said one or more authored communications to said one or more digital displays, thereby allowing the one or more digital displays to display the corresponding one or more communications to a relevant, identified audience.




US Patent Application No. 17/705417 (Pending)

APPARATUS AND METHODS FOR DISTRIBUTING AND DISPLAYING EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS

Abstract: Methods and systems are disclosed for event management, allowing authorized users or authorities to distribute and display communications on digital displays. In one aspect, an event management communications system receives event data sent from a detection system comprised of a network of sensors. The event management communications system processes the event data to determine an event perimeter, and then selects one or more digital displays based upon the event data or the determined event perimeter. Next, the event management communications system authors one or more contextual communications corresponding to the one or more digital displays and sends said one or more authored communications to said one or more digital displays, thereby allowing the one or more digital displays to display the corresponding one or more communications to a relevant, identified audience.




CONTEXTUAL SERVICE DELIVERY


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Thinxtream’s Contextual Service Delivery patent portfolio comprises 1 US patent and 3 US patent applications.

Contextual service delivery has tremendous potential, given the proliferation of mobile devices, the ubiquitousness of cloud computing and the growing trend towards self-service.

It finds relevance in diverse applications across a wide range of industries.

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US Patent No. 10,834,584

SYSTEM & METHOD FOR CONTEXTUAL SERVICE DELIVERY VIA MOBILE COMMUNICATION DEVICES


Abstract: A computer automated system and method comprising configuring a single or plurality of mobile devices over a network, validating the configured devices, and communicating contextual information to the configured devices. The devices are authenticated and the authentication is sent to a server over the network, when a contextual service, controlled/offered by the server through a contextual service point in communication with the server, is invoked by the configured mobile device in the vicinity of the contextual service point. The mobile device is then enabled to consume a contextual service, offered by and delivered at the contextual service point, either from within the mobile device or over the network.




US Patent Application No. 17/115784 (Pending)

SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR CONTEXTUAL SERVICE DELIVERY VIA MOBILE COMMUNICATION DEVICES

Abstract: A computer automated system and method comprising configuring a single or plurality of mobile devices over a network, validating the configured devices, and communicating contextual information to the configured devices. The devices are authenticated and the authentication is sent to a server over the network, when a contextual service, controlled/offered by the server through a contextual service point in communication with the server, is invoked by the configured mobile device in the vicinity of the contextual service point. The mobile device is then enabled to consume a contextual service, offered by and delivered at the contextual service point, either from within the mobile device or over the network.



US Patent Application No. 17/394402 (Pending)

SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR CONTEXTUAL SERVICE DELIVERY VIA MOBILE COMMUNICATION DEVICES

Abstract: A computer automated system and method comprising configuring a single or plurality of mobile devices over a network, validating the configured devices, and communicating contextual information to the configured devices. The devices are authenticated and the authentication is sent to a server over the network, when a contextual service, controlled/offered by the server through a contextual service point in communication with the server, is invoked by the configured mobile device in the vicinity of the contextual service point. The mobile device is then enabled to consume a contextual service, offered by and delivered at the contextual service point, either from within the mobile device or over the network.



US Patent Application No. 17/458554 (Pending)

SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR CONTEXTUAL SERVICE DELIVERY VIA MOBILE COMMUNICATION DEVICES

Abstract: A computer automated system and method comprising configuring a single or plurality of mobile devices over a network, validating the configured devices, and communicating contextual information to the configured devices. The devices are authenticated and the authentication is sent to a server over the network, when a contextual service, controlled/offered by the server through a contextual service point in communication with the server, is invoked by the configured mobile device in the vicinity of the contextual service point. The mobile device is then enabled to consume a contextual service, offered by and delivered at the contextual service point, either from within the mobile device or over the network.




HYBRID FORMAT CONVERSION


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Thinxtream’s Hybrid Format Conversion patent portfolio comprises 1 US patent and 1 US patent application.

Hybrid format conversion has tremendous potential, given the proliferation of mobile and connected devices, the limited processing power of these devices, and the demand for high-quality rendering of files/data with multiple formats on such devices for viewing, printing and other uses.

It finds relevance across multiple industries.

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US Patent No. 10,803,229

HYBRID SYSTEM & METHOD FOR DATA AND FILE CONVERSION ACROSS COMPUTING DEVICES AND PLATFORMS


Abstract: Embodiments disclosed include a computer-automated system including a processing unit coupled to a memory element and having instructions encoded thereon, the instructions cause the system to: via a network, receive a document in a first format, and via an assessment engine, determine the first format of the received document. The assessment engine is also configured to determine if the determined first format can be converted to a second desired format for printing or display, and if the determined first format can be converted to the second desired format, a conversion engine is caused to convert the received document to the second desired format. If the determined first format cannot be converted to the second desired format, a network routing engine routes the document over the network to a cloud-based conversion engine. Further, the cloud-based conversion engine is messaged over the network, wherein the message further incorporates an instruction to convert the routed document from the first format to the desired second format. The computer-automated system can then receive, over the network, from the cloud-based converter, the routed document, in the desired second format, and print or display the received routed document, in the desired second format.




US Patent Application No. 17/013579 (Pending)

HYBRID SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR DATA AND FILE CONVERSION ACROSS COMPUTING DEVICES AND PLATFORMS

Abstract: Embodiments disclosed include a computer-automated system and method to receive a document in a first format, and via an assessment engine, determine the first format of the received document. The assessment engine is also configured to determine if the determined first format can be converted to a second desired format for printing or display, and if the determined first format can be converted to the second desired format, a conversion engine is caused to convert the received document to the second desired format. If the determined first format cannot be converted to the second desired format, a network routing engine routes the document over the network to a cloud-based conversion engine. Alternatively, partial conversion is implemented by the conversion and cloud-based conversion engine. Further, the cloud-based conversion engine is messaged over the network, wherein the message further incorporates an instruction to convert the routed document from the first format to the desired second format. The computer-automated system can then receive, over the network, from the cloud-based converter, the routed document, in the desired second format, and print or display the received routed document, in the desired second format.




UNIVERSAL SECURE IMAGING


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Thinxtream’s Universal Secure Imaging patent portfolio comprises 2 US patents and 1 US patent application.

Universal secure imaging has tremendous potential, given the proliferation of connected devices, the demand for secure job submission and the challenge of device management in terms of deployment and timely/quick upgrades of different imaging devices, used for viewing, printing and other applications that match the job requirements and device capabilities.

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US Patent No. 11,368,600

UNIVERSAL SECURE IMAGING WORKFLOW


Abstract: Embodiments disclosed include systems and methods for computer automated print services control comprising authenticating a user credential input via a user device. The system and method includes generating, by a printer driver comprised in the user device, a user interface comprising features supported by a plurality of printing devices. Further, it includes receiving via the user device over the network, a print instruction comprising the features supported by the plurality of printing devices connected to the computer system over the network. And based on the print instruction, generating a print job in an embodiment. Further, based on the user authentication at one of the plurality of printing devices, converting via a gateway, the received print instruction into a format compatible with that printing device and releasing the generated print job for printing at that printing device, according to an embodiment.




US Patent No. 11,457,123

UNIVERSAL SECURE IMAGING WORKFLOW


Abstract: Embodiments disclosed include systems and methods for computer automated print services control comprising authenticating a user credential input via a user device. The system and method includes generating, by a printer driver comprised in the user device, a user interface comprising features supported by a plurality of printing devices. Further, it includes receiving via the user device over the network, a print instruction comprising the features supported by the plurality of printing devices connected to the computer system over the network. And based on the print instruction, generating a print job in an embodiment. Further, based on the user authentication at one of the plurality of printing devices, converting via a gateway, the received print instruction into a format compatible with that printing device and releasing the generated print job for printing at that printing device, according to an embodiment.




US Patent Application No. 17/947190 (Pending)

UNIVERSAL SECURE IMAGING WORKFLOW

Abstract: Embodiments disclosed include systems and methods for computer automated print services control comprising authenticating a user credential input via a user device. The system and method includes generating, by a printer driver comprised in the user device, a user interface comprising features supported by a plurality of printing devices. Further, it includes receiving via the user device over the network, a print instruction comprising the features supported by the plurality of printing devices connected to the computer system over the network. And based on the print instruction, generating a print job in an embodiment. Further, based on the user authentication at one of the plurality of printing devices, converting via a gateway, the received print instruction into a format compatible with that printing device and releasing the generated print job for printing at that printing device, according to an embodiment.




CONTEXTUAL COMMERCE SERVICE


Thinxtream Affiliate Taascom’s Contextual Commerce Service patent portfolio comprises 2 US patent applications.

Contextual commerce service has tremendous potential, given the proliferation of internet of things (IoT) in the consumer and industrial worlds.

It finds relevance in diverse applications across a wide range of industries.

US Patent Application No. 14/797091 (Pending)

COMPUTER NETWORK CONTROLLED DATA ORCHESTRATION SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR DATA AGGREGATION, NORMALIZATION, FOR PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS AND ACTION/DECISION MAKING

Abstract: Embodiments disclosed include a platform for collecting, normalizing, aggregating, and presenting/processing data over a wide range of devices, machines and applications in real-time, in a wired or wireless networked framework. An embodiment includes a computer automated system and method for aggregating data from a plurality of devices and applications. Embodiments disclosed further include a system and method for normalizing data from a plurality of devices and applications, for canonical-izing all normalized and aggregated data, and via a graphical user interface, combining the aggregated and normalized data, and displaying the combined data in a display compatible format. The computer system is further configured to abstract a plurality of classes of devices via a data modeling language comprised in the configuration of the computer system.



US Patent Application No. 15/151739 (Pending)

COMPUTER NETWORK CONTROLLED DATA ORCHESTRATION SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR DATA AGGREGATION, NORMALIZATION, FOR PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS AND ACTION/DECISION MAKING

Abstract: Embodiments disclosed include computer automated systems and methods for aggregating data from a plurality of data sources, such as proxy devices, legacy protocols, devices, applications, machines, sensors, things across locations and user types, or device clouds among devices and applications. The aggregated data is then normalized and the normalized data is analyzed. The analyzing is based on a correlated event or events, a correlated condition or conditions, and a correlated trend or trends across the plurality of data sources. And based on the analyzed data, relevant aggregated and normalized data is combined and displayed in a display compatible format. Additionally, user needs are determined based on the analyzed aggregated, normalized data. The user need comprises a need for an item or items comprising at least one of a service, a product, and an upgrade of hardware or software components. Further a provider from a plurality of providers is determined based on the determined user need, and finally a need fulfillment transaction between the user and the provider is initiated.

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