Parola Analytics is highlighting sports-related intellectual properties during this Summer Olympics season. We begin with patented designs for competitive swimming garments, meant to help athletes compete and train.
This patent application outlines a way to motivate and assist people in their workout via augmented reality, specifically through a virtually rendered fitness partner that reacts to a person’s actions during exercise.
Airbus, the largest aircraft manufacturer in the world, is patenting ways to improve planes’ fuel economy without modifying the vessels themselves. The European company says fuel savings can be achieved by simply having one aircraft flying behind another.
Inventors from Bank of America have come up with a solution for customers who struggle with finding the right credit or debit card in their wallet: a smart card that can answer when called upon.
Biomarkers for Down syndrome-associated conditions can be identified from blood samples, according to a recently published patent application that also details how such biomarkers can be used to develop specific treatments for affected individuals.
Computing giant IBM has come up with a system that enables “conversational agents” to automatically detect and correct unintended biases.
This 3D Innovations patent application features a method of manufacturing personalized surgical gloves, which maximize comfort.
A “pest detection system” described in a recently published patent application is claimed to provide localized extermination of bed bugs through mimicry of a human presence.
A recently published patent application from Virginia-based Alarm.com features a device with three major parts.
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