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CRC Industries Awarded Patent For Innovative GDI Cleaning Technology

U.S. Patent No. 10,267,227 fortifies CRC’s intellectual patent portfolio.

Mitchell Granted Patent Covering Mitchell Diagnostics By United States Patent and Trademark Office

The patent protects Mitchell’s system for diagnostic data and document workflow in collision repair and auto claims processing.

Avoiding Global Patent Wars In Autonomous And Connected Vehicles With PatentBooks

Global Business Professor’s latest Audio Interview features Art Nutter, global patent and technology expert, speaking about “Avoiding Global Patent Wars in Autonomous and Connected Vehicles with PatentBooks.” Presents Early Adopter Roundtable On Geolocation And Autonomy Patents

The early adopter roundtable invitation is extended to the world’s top companies that own U.S. patents and/or are developing autonomous vehicles products and services to encourage open communication.

Bridgestone Recognizes Inventors At Annual Awards Dinner

This year, 156 Bridgestone inventors, representing 102 patents and 16 trade secrets designated in 2016, were honored.

Patents: Obstacles Or Opportunities For Worldwide Autonomous Vehicles?

In this 16-minute audio interview from Global Business Professor, Art Nutter discusses and answers questions regarding how patents will be used in autonomous vehicle businesses, intellectual property rights and how patents can help or hurt a business.

CRC GDI IVD Intake Valve & Turbo Cleaner Technology Gets Published With US Patent And Trademark Office

CRC states that a single application has been proven to remove up to 46 percent of carbon deposits in the first 60 minutes.

Dana Achieves Innovation Milestone Of 10,000 Patents

To support continued innovation, Dana operates 16 technical centers around the world that are strategically located to serve customers.

Rotary Receives Additional Patent On Trio Three-Stage Lift Arms

Trio Arms feature a proprietary three-stage design in a two-piece package that allows technicians to choose from a wide range of easily adjusted adaptors for any application.

Continental Enforces REDI-Sensor TPMS Patents

Hamaton and JohnDow will discontinue the manufacture and sale of their current multi-application TPMS sensors by March 30, and will pay Continental an undisclosed sum of money.