Sensor and RFID Technology Patents Available on Ocean Tomo Bid-Ask™ Market

Thu, 10/5/2017 - 4:00PM — KRISTI L. STATHIS

Using Ocean Tomo Bid-Ask™ Market, Ocean Tomo Transactions, LLC will auction over 1000 HP Inc. patents through October 20, 2017 including patents from Lot 43, focusing on sensor and RFID technologies.

Lot 43 consists of patents related to thermal and flow sensors, media stack control, temperature monitoring system, variable signal range, secure currency, tailored content response based on product identifier method and apparatus among others.

The patents in this lot have been cited in over 95 subsequent patent filing by over 40 companies inventing in these technology areas.

The HP auction will be in both English and Mandarin and feature voice brokers from both the United States and China. Payments will be accepted via USD or RMB. Ocean Tomo Bid-Ask representatives will manage the requests and needs of buyers in their local time zones and using their native languages.

For further information on the HP assets for sale and to request bidding information please contact HPAuction@OceanTomo.com.

 

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Kristi L. Stathis is the Marketing Director for Ocean Tomo and serves on the board for the Center for Applied Innovation, a Chicago-based non-profit organization created to manage education, public policy outreach and related economic activity around applied technology and intellectual property (IP) rights in the State of Illinois and around the world. She is the co-creator of the Center for Applied Innovation’s Invent for Humanity™ Technology Transfer Exchange Fair, a community, marketplace and event facilitating Appropriate Technology transfer for the betterment of mankind. She also serves on the board of The Children’s Research Fund, principal benefactor of the Stanley Manne Children’s Research Institute, the research arm of Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, having served as the annual campaign co-chair in 2013.

Contact: KristiStathisBlogs@OceanTomo.com

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