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1.

DIGITAL PHASE SHIFTER

      
Application Number 17224961
Status Pending
Filing Date 2021-04-07
First Publication Date 2021-10-07
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor Heuttner, Steven Edward

Abstract

Phase shifters such as networks that can be used in MMIC (Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuit) and hybrid digital phase shifters, for low loss, wide bandwidth, and high linearity. A digital phase shifter includes input port for receiving signals and output ports for transmitting the signals. Multiple transmission lines are arranged between the input and output ports of the phase shifter. The transmission lines are arranged in a ring with first pair of the transmission lines which are arranged in series in a first path and second pair of the transmission lines arranged in series in a second path. One of the transmission lines of the first and second pairs include quarter-wave hybrid coupled line with coupled-ports and through-ports terminated in short-circuit. Hybrid coupled line can be a Lange coupler with or without RF crossover.

IPC Classes  ?

2.

CUBEE

      
Application Number 1616209
Status Registered
Filing Date 2021-07-27
Registration Date 2021-07-27
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
NICE Classes  ? 42 - Scientific, technological and industrial services, research and design

Goods & Services

Providing temporary use of online non-downloadable computer chatbot software for simulating conversations; providing temporary use of online non-downloadable chatbot software using artificial intelligence for replying to questions from job seekers using an online career website, allowing job seekers to search open job positions, and suggesting open positions that the job candidate is qualified for based on their resume.

3.

UNIVERSAL LASERLESS TRAINING ARCHITECTURE

      
Application Number 16994345
Status Pending
Filing Date 2020-08-14
First Publication Date 2021-09-30
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor
  • Ferren, Bran
  • O'Connor, Colton
  • Liebersbach, Robert
  • Brooks, Julian
  • Hope, Clinton
  • Lichtenwalner, Jr., Houstin Lee

Abstract

A laserless combat simulation device includes at least one processing device and a memory device having instructions stored thereon that, when executed by the at least one processing device cause the at least one processing device to receive a trigger event from a weapon device. The instructions further cause the at least one processing device to receive image data from an optical sensor array of the weapon device of a field of view of the weapon device, receive position information and orientation information of the weapon device at the time of the trigger event, analyze the image data to determine an identity and location of a target, and calculate a ballistic outcome based at least in part on the position information and orientation information of the weapon device, the identity and location of the target, and ballistic characteristics of a simulated round fired from the weapon device.

IPC Classes  ?

  • F41G 3/26 - Teaching or practice apparatus for gun-aiming or gun-laying
  • G06T 7/70 - Determining position or orientation of objects or cameras
  • G06K 9/00 - Methods or arrangements for reading or recognising printed or written characters or for recognising patterns, e.g. fingerprints

4.

UV

      
Serial Number 97051995
Status Pending
Filing Date 2021-09-29
Owner Cubic Corporation ()
NICE Classes  ? 09 - Scientific and electric apparatus and instruments

Goods & Services

Computer software platforms for supporting the processing, recording, dissemination and display of streaming IP video and video-related metadata

5.

SHORT RANGE RADAR USE IN TRANSPORTATION ACCESS SYSTEMS

      
Application Number 17197880
Status Pending
Filing Date 2021-03-10
First Publication Date 2021-09-16
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor
  • Vilhelmsen, Tom
  • Rowlands, Richard
  • Barrack, Thomas
  • Reymann, Steffen

Abstract

A transportation system for identifying an object using a short range radar at a transportation gate. The transportation system includes one or more short range radars and a cloud server. The radars detect the object within a predetermined distance from the transportation gate and sense the object to generate a point cloud. An identification of the object is determined based on sensed data of the object using a machine learning algorithm from the cloud server. The identification is determined based on matching the point cloud with a plurality of profiles. The plurality of profiles includes matching information for a plurality of predetermined objects. The object is selected from the plurality of predetermined objects using the matching information. An authorization for the object is determined using another machine learning algorithm. Based on the authorization, either the passage through the transportation gate is authorized or the object is flagged as unauthorized.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G07C 9/10 - Movable barriers with registering means
  • G06N 20/00 - Machine learning
  • G06Q 50/30 - Transportation; Communications
  • G01S 13/89 - Radar or analogous systems, specially adapted for specific applications for mapping or imaging

6.

SHORT RANGE RADAR USE IN TRANSPORTATION ACCESS SYSTEMS

      
Application Number US2021021750
Publication Number 2021/183671
Status In Force
Filing Date 2021-03-10
Publication Date 2021-09-16
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor
  • Vilhelmsen, Tom
  • Rowlands, Richard
  • Barrack, Thomas
  • Reymann, Steffen

Abstract

A transportation system for identifying an object using a short range radar at a transportation gate. The transportation system includes one or more short range radars and a cloud server. The radars detect the object within a predetermined distance from the transportation gate and sense the object to generate a point cloud. An identification of the object is determined based on sensed data of the object using a machine learning algorithm from the cloud server. The identification is determined based on matching the point cloud with a plurality of profiles. The plurality of profiles includes matching information for a plurality of predetermined objects. The object is selected from the plurality of predetermined objects using the matching information. An authorization for the object is determined using another machine learning algorithm. Based on the authorization, either the passage through the transportation gate is authorized or the object is flagged as unauthorized.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G01S 13/88 - Radar or analogous systems, specially adapted for specific applications
  • G06Q 10/00 - Administration; Management
  • G06Q 50/30 - Transportation; Communications
  • G01S 7/00 - RADIO DIRECTION-FINDING; RADIO NAVIGATION; DETERMINING DISTANCE OR VELOCITY BY USE OF RADIO WAVES; LOCATING OR PRESENCE-DETECTING BY USE OF THE REFLECTION OR RERADIATION OF RADIO WAVES; ANALOGOUS ARRANGEMENTS USING OTHER WAVES - Details of systems according to groups , ,
  • G01S 7/41 - RADIO DIRECTION-FINDING; RADIO NAVIGATION; DETERMINING DISTANCE OR VELOCITY BY USE OF RADIO WAVES; LOCATING OR PRESENCE-DETECTING BY USE OF THE REFLECTION OR RERADIATION OF RADIO WAVES; ANALOGOUS ARRANGEMENTS USING OTHER WAVES - Details of systems according to groups , , of systems according to group using analysis of echo signal for target characterisation; Target signature; Target cross-section
  • G01S 13/87 - Combinations of radar systems, e.g. primary radar and secondary radar
  • G01S 13/89 - Radar or analogous systems, specially adapted for specific applications for mapping or imaging

7.

Miscellaneous Design

      
Application Number 018559496
Status Pending
Filing Date 2021-09-16
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
NICE Classes  ?
  • 09 - Scientific and electric apparatus and instruments
  • 41 - Education, entertainment, sporting and cultural services

Goods & Services

Downloadable software for education, teaching, and training via simulator systems. Educational services, namely, teaching and training provided via software simulator systems.

8.

MERLIN

      
Application Number 1611316
Status Registered
Filing Date 2021-07-06
Registration Date 2021-07-06
Owner Cubic Defense Applications, Inc. (USA)
NICE Classes  ? 09 - Scientific and electric apparatus and instruments

Goods & Services

Protected waveform being software-defined radio and antennas and radios that utilize the waveform; antennas; radios; portable communications equipment, namely, modems, radio receivers, transceivers, and waveforms being software-defined radio for use in air-to-air, air-to-ground secure communication networks; communications systems comprised of portable modems, radio receivers, transceivers, antennas, and waveform generators being signal generators for use in tactical, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance applications by military personnel; radio communication devices in the field of advanced military radios and waveforms being software-defined radio for use in military defense, tactical, and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) operations; electronic instruments in the nature of signal generators, namely, waveform generators; wireless electronic devices for wireless radio transmission and reception via electromagnetic radiation, namely, devices for processing and transmitting waveforms into the environment in the form of electromagnetic radiation.

9.

DVICE

      
Serial Number 90891403
Status Pending
Filing Date 2021-08-19
Owner Cubic Corporation ()
NICE Classes  ? 09 - Scientific and electric apparatus and instruments

Goods & Services

Downloadable software, namely, software for building and deploying virtual infrastructure in the field of communications

10.

DVICE

      
Serial Number 90891954
Status Pending
Filing Date 2021-08-19
Owner Cubic Corporation ()
NICE Classes  ? 09 - Scientific and electric apparatus and instruments

Goods & Services

Downloadable software, namely, software for building and deploying virtual infrastructure in the field of communications

11.

TRACKING TRANSPORTATION FOR HANDS-FREE GATE

      
Application Number 17159966
Status Pending
Filing Date 2021-01-27
First Publication Date 2021-08-12
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor Vilhelmsen, Tom

Abstract

A transit system including an access control point, a positioning system, a tracking system, and a server. The access control point provides a passage to a transit user for taking a trip through the transit system. The server receives a first location and visual cues of the transit user. The first location is determined using the positioning system and a mobile device. Candidate locations and visual cues of other transit users are obtained from the tracking system. The server correlates the first location to a candidate location and compares the visual cues of the transit user with the other transit users. A correlated location is determined and the first location and the visual cues of the transit user are verified. The server verifies terms of a transit pass of the transit user. Based on the verification, usage of the transit pass is allowed for passing through the access control point.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G07C 9/28 - Individual registration on entry or exit involving the use of a pass the pass enabling tracking or indicating presence
  • G07C 9/25 - Individual registration on entry or exit involving the use of a pass in combination with an identity check of the pass holder using biometric data, e.g. fingerprints, iris scans or voice recognition
  • G07C 9/29 - Individual registration on entry or exit involving the use of a pass the pass containing active electronic elements, e.g. smartcards
  • G07C 9/27 - Individual registration on entry or exit involving the use of a pass with central registration

12.

TRACKING TRANSPORTATION FOR HANDS-FREE GATE

      
Application Number US2021015268
Publication Number 2021/154840
Status In Force
Filing Date 2021-01-27
Publication Date 2021-08-05
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor Vilhelmsen, Tom

Abstract

A transit system including an access control point, a positioning system, a tracking system, and a server. The access control point provides a passage to a transit user for taking a trip through the transit system. The server receives a first location and visual cues of the transit user. The first location is determined using the positioning system and a mobile device. Candidate locations and visual cues of other transit users are obtained from the tracking system. The server correlates the first location to a candidate location and compares the visual cues of the transit user with the other transit users. A correlated location is determined and the first location and the visual cues of the transit user are verified. The server verifies terms of a transit pass of the transit user. Based on the verification, usage of the transit pass is allowed for passing through the access control point.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G06Q 50/30 - Transportation; Communications
  • G07C 9/28 - Individual registration on entry or exit involving the use of a pass the pass enabling tracking or indicating presence

13.

CUBEE

      
Application Number 213690700
Status Pending
Filing Date 2021-07-27
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
NICE Classes  ? 42 - Scientific, technological and industrial services, research and design

Goods & Services

(1) Providing temporary use of online non-downloadable computer chatbot software for simulating conversations; providing temporary use of online non-downloadable chatbot software using artificial intelligence for replying to questions from job seekers using an online career website, allowing job seekers to search open job positions, and suggesting open positions that the job candidate is qualified for based on their resume.

14.

SELF-LEARNING GATE PADDLES FOR SAFE OPERATION

      
Application Number 17152504
Status Pending
Filing Date 2021-01-19
First Publication Date 2021-07-22
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor
  • Smith, Gavin R.
  • Reymann, Steffen
  • Packham, Jonathan

Abstract

A system and method for self-learning operation of gate paddles is disclosed. Opening and closing of the gate paddles requires timing and other settings to avoid injury and fare evasion. Self-learning allows a machine learning model to adapt to new data dynamically. The new data captured at a fare gate improves the machine learning model, which can be shared the other similar fare gates within a transit system so that learning disseminates.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G06K 9/00 - Methods or arrangements for reading or recognising printed or written characters or for recognising patterns, e.g. fingerprints
  • G06N 3/08 - Learning methods
  • G06K 9/62 - Methods or arrangements for recognition using electronic means
  • G06Q 10/02 - Reservations, e.g. for tickets, services or events
  • G06Q 50/30 - Transportation; Communications

15.

AUTO-CALIBRATING RANGE SENSING GATE

      
Application Number 17152533
Status Pending
Filing Date 2021-01-19
First Publication Date 2021-07-22
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor
  • Packham, Jonathan
  • Reymann, Steffen

Abstract

A fare gate in a transportation system including a barrier, a sensor, and an actuator. The actuator moves the barrier from the open position into the closed position. The sensor is mounted on the barrier and in one position captures sensor data across an aisle formed by the fare gate. A transit user in front of the barrier in another position is identified by the sensor. The transit user passes through the fare gate using the aisle. The actuator moves the barrier from a closed position to an open position to clear passage through the aisle. Using the sensor, the aisle is scanned with a movement of the barrier. The sensor is calibrated based on a predetermined point with movement of the barrier to align the sensor and the predetermined point.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G07B 15/04 - Arrangements or apparatus for collecting fares, tolls or entrance fees at one or more control points taking into account a variable factor such as distance or time, e.g. for passenger transport, parking systems or car rental systems comprising devices to free a barrier, turnstile or the like
  • G01S 17/86 - Combinations of lidar systems with systems other than lidar, radar or sonar, e.g. with direction finders
  • G01S 17/89 - Lidar systems, specially adapted for specific applications for mapping or imaging

16.

AUTO-CALIBRATING RANGE SENSING GATE

      
Application Number US2021013981
Publication Number 2021/146720
Status In Force
Filing Date 2021-01-19
Publication Date 2021-07-22
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor
  • Packham, Jonathan
  • Reymann, Steffen

Abstract

A fare gate in a transportation system including a barrier, a sensor, and an actuator. The actuator moves the barrier from the open position into the closed position. The sensor is mounted on the barrier and in one position captures sensor data across an aisle formed by the fare gate. A transit user in front of the barrier in another position is identified by the sensor. The transit user passes through the fare gate using the aisle. The actuator moves the barrier from a closed position to an open position to clear passage through the aisle. Using the sensor, the aisle is scanned with a movement of the barrier. The sensor is calibrated based on a predetermined point with movement of the barrier to align the sensor and the predetermined point.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G01S 17/88 - Lidar systems, specially adapted for specific applications
  • G01S 17/08 - Systems determining position data of a target for measuring distance only
  • G01S 17/58 - Velocity or trajectory determination systems; Sense-of-movement determination systems
  • G01S 7/497 - Means for monitoring or calibrating
  • G01S 13/88 - Radar or analogous systems, specially adapted for specific applications
  • G01S 13/08 - Systems for measuring distance only
  • G01S 13/58 - Velocity or trajectory determination systems; Sense-of-movement determination systems
  • G01S 7/40 - Means for monitoring or calibrating
  • G01S 15/88 - Sonar systems specially adapted for specific applications
  • G01S 15/08 - Systems for measuring distance only
  • G01S 15/58 - Velocity or trajectory determination systems; Sense-of-movement determination systems
  • G01S 7/52 - RADIO DIRECTION-FINDING; RADIO NAVIGATION; DETERMINING DISTANCE OR VELOCITY BY USE OF RADIO WAVES; LOCATING OR PRESENCE-DETECTING BY USE OF THE REFLECTION OR RERADIATION OF RADIO WAVES; ANALOGOUS ARRANGEMENTS USING OTHER WAVES - Details of systems according to groups , , of systems according to group
  • G01D 5/20 - Mechanical means for transferring the output of a sensing member; Means for converting the output of a sensing member to another variable where the form or nature of the sensing member does not constrain the means for converting; Transducers not specially adapted for a specific variable using electric or magnetic means influencing the magnitude of a current or voltage by varying inductance, e.g. by a movable armature
  • G01P 15/125 - Measuring acceleration; Measuring deceleration; Measuring shock, i.e. sudden change of acceleration by making use of inertia forces with conversion into electric or magnetic values by capacitive pick-up
  • G07B 15/02 - Arrangements or apparatus for collecting fares, tolls or entrance fees at one or more control points taking into account a variable factor such as distance or time, e.g. for passenger transport, parking systems or car rental systems

17.

SELF-LEARNING GATE PADDLES FOR SAFE OPERATION

      
Application Number US2021013970
Publication Number 2021/146716
Status In Force
Filing Date 2021-01-19
Publication Date 2021-07-22
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor
  • Smith, Gavin R.
  • Reymann, Steffen
  • Packham, Jonathan

Abstract

A system and method for self-learning operation of gate paddles is disclosed. Opening and closing of the gate paddles requires timing and other settings to avoid injury and fare evasion. Self-learning allows a machine learning model to adapt to new data dynamically. The new data captured at a fare gate improves the machine learning model, which can be shared the other similar fare gates within a transit system so that learning disseminates.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G07B 15/04 - Arrangements or apparatus for collecting fares, tolls or entrance fees at one or more control points taking into account a variable factor such as distance or time, e.g. for passenger transport, parking systems or car rental systems comprising devices to free a barrier, turnstile or the like
  • G07C 9/10 - Movable barriers with registering means

18.

CHIRP SIGNAL FILTERING FOR DIGITAL GATEWAY

      
Application Number US2021012350
Publication Number 2021/142018
Status In Force
Filing Date 2021-01-06
Publication Date 2021-07-15
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor
  • Mansfield, Stephen, John
  • Nystrom, Neal, F.

Abstract

A system and method for filtering chirp noise as it passes through a Radio over Internet Protocol (RoIP) gateway in a communication network is disclosed. Radio signals often include a short burst of chirp noise. Incoming signals are buffered and any chirp noise is detected. A chirp filter performs the filtering operation to remove chirp signal while ensuring true audio is not clipped. Without audio clipping the integrity of the audio signals are preserved.

IPC Classes  ?

  • H04B 1/10 - Means associated with receiver for limiting or suppressing noise or interference
  • H04W 88/16 - Gateway arrangements
  • H04W 92/02 - Inter-networking arrangements
  • H04W 4/10 - Push-to-talk [PTT] or push-on-call services

19.

HALO

      
Application Number 1600404
Status Registered
Filing Date 2021-05-03
Registration Date 2021-05-03
Owner Cubic Defense Applications, Inc. (USA)
NICE Classes  ? 09 - Scientific and electric apparatus and instruments

Goods & Services

Digital beam-forming antennas.

20.

CHIRP SIGNAL FILTERING FOR DIGITAL GATEWAY

      
Application Number 17142955
Status Pending
Filing Date 2021-01-06
First Publication Date 2021-07-08
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor
  • Mansfield, Stephen J.
  • Nystrom, Neal F.

Abstract

A system and method for filtering chirp noise as it passes through a Radio over Internet Protocol (RoIP) gateway in a communication network is disclosed. Radio signals often include a short burst of chirp noise. Incoming signals are buffered and any chirp noise is detected. A chirp filter performs the filtering operation to remove chirp signal while ensuring true audio is not clipped. Without audio clipping the integrity of the audio signals are preserved.

IPC Classes  ?

  • H04L 29/06 - Communication control; Communication processing characterised by a protocol
  • H04W 88/16 - Gateway arrangements

21.

MERLIN

      
Application Number 213110600
Status Pending
Filing Date 2021-07-06
Owner Cubic Defense Applications, Inc. (USA)
NICE Classes  ? 09 - Scientific and electric apparatus and instruments

Goods & Services

(1) Protected waveform being software-defined radio and antennas and radios that utilize the waveform; antennas; radios; portable communications equipment, namely, modems, radio receivers, transceivers, and waveforms being software-defined radio for use in air-to-air, air-to-ground secure communication networks; communications systems comprised of portable modems, radio receivers, transceivers, antennas, and waveform generators being signal generators for use in tactical, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance applications by military personnel; radio communication devices in the field of advanced military radios and waveforms being software-defined radio for use in military defense, tactical, and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) operations; electronic instruments in the nature of signal generators, namely, waveform generators; wireless electronic devices for wireless radio transmission and reception via electromagnetic radiation, namely, devices for processing and transmitting waveforms into the environment in the form of electromagnetic radiation.

22.

BROADBAND ANTENNA ARRAY

      
Application Number 16076354
Status Pending
Filing Date 2018-06-19
First Publication Date 2021-07-01
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor
  • Jordan, Jared W
  • Vanhille, Kenneth J
  • Smith, Timothy A
  • Stacy, William
  • Cannon, Benjamin L
  • Sherrer, David W

Abstract

Antenna arrays, including a broadband single or dual polarized, tightly coupled radiator arrays.

IPC Classes  ?

  • H01Q 25/00 - Antennas or antenna systems providing at least two radiating patterns
  • H01Q 9/06 - Resonant antennas - Details
  • H01Q 21/24 - Combinations of antenna units polarised in different directions for transmitting or receiving circularly and elliptically polarised waves or waves linearly polarised in any direction
  • H01Q 21/06 - Arrays of individually energised antenna units similarly polarised and spaced apart
  • H01Q 21/00 - Antenna arrays or systems
  • H01Q 13/08 - Radiating ends of two-conductor microwave transmission lines, e.g. of coaxial lines, of microstrip lines

23.

HALO

      
Application Number 1599361
Status Registered
Filing Date 2021-04-30
Registration Date 2021-04-30
Owner Cubic Defense Applications, Inc. (USA)
NICE Classes  ? 09 - Scientific and electric apparatus and instruments

Goods & Services

Digital beam-forming antennas.

24.

THE HUB OF URBAN MOBILITY TECHNOLOGY

      
Serial Number 90801920
Status Pending
Filing Date 2021-06-29
Owner Cubic Transportation Systems, Inc. ()
NICE Classes  ? 42 - Scientific, technological and industrial services, research and design

Goods & Services

Software as a service (SAAS), namely, revenue management software for the management of complex, multimodal transportation networks while offering travelers a single account to manage travel needs

25.

HELIO

      
Serial Number 90774712
Status Pending
Filing Date 2021-06-15
Owner Cubic Transportation Systems, Inc. ()
NICE Classes  ? 42 - Scientific, technological and industrial services, research and design

Goods & Services

Software as a service (SAAS), namely, revenue management software for the management of complex, multimodal transportation networks while offering travelers a single account to manage travel needs

26.

RADIO GATEWAY TRANMISSION FAILURE NOTIFICATION

      
Application Number 17114208
Status Pending
Filing Date 2020-12-07
First Publication Date 2021-06-10
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor
  • Ball, Karen E.
  • Mansfield, Stephen J.

Abstract

Methods and systems for indicating an audio forwarding failure at a Radio-over-Internet-Protocol (RoIP) gateway device of a RoIP system is disclosed. In one step, audio communication is detected from a radio handset communicatively coupled with the RoIP gateway device and is buffered. When an error in forwarding the audio communication to at least a portion of devices connected to the RoIP system, an audio notification indicative of the error is sent to the radio handset after determining the audio communication from the radio handset has ended.

IPC Classes  ?

27.

RADIO GATEWAY TRANSMISSION FAILURE NOTIFICATION

      
Application Number US2020063613
Publication Number 2021/113818
Status In Force
Filing Date 2020-12-07
Publication Date 2021-06-10
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor
  • Ball, Karen E.
  • Mansfield, Stephen J.

Abstract

Methods and systems for indicating an audio forwarding failure at a Radio-over-Internet-Protocol (RoIP) gateway device of a RoIP system is disclosed. In one step, audio communication is detected from a radio handset communicatively coupled with the RoIP gateway device and is buffered. When an error in forwarding the audio communication to at least a portion of devices connected to the RoIP system, an audio notification indicative of the error is sent to the radio handset after determining the audio communication from the radio handset has ended.

IPC Classes  ?

  • H04W 4/06 - Selective distribution of broadcast services, e.g. multimedia broadcast multicast service [MBMS]; Services to user groups; One-way selective calling services
  • H04L 29/06 - Communication control; Communication processing characterised by a protocol
  • H04W 76/45 - Connection management for selective distribution or broadcast for push-to-talk [PTT] or push-to-talk over cellular [PoC] services
  • H04W 80/10 - Upper layer protocols adapted for session management, e.g. SIP [Session Initiation Protocol]

28.

HALO A O

      
Application Number 211938300
Status Pending
Filing Date 2021-05-03
Owner Cubic Defense Applications, Inc. (USA)
NICE Classes  ? 09 - Scientific and electric apparatus and instruments

Goods & Services

(1) Digital beam-forming antennas.

29.

HALO

      
Application Number 211827500
Status Pending
Filing Date 2021-04-30
Owner Cubic Defense Applications, Inc. (USA)
NICE Classes  ? 09 - Scientific and electric apparatus and instruments

Goods & Services

(1) Digital beam-forming antennas.

30.

HUMAN-AIDED GEO-RECTIFICATION OF GEOSPATIAL METADATA IN VIDEO USING A GRAPHICAL INTERFACE

      
Document Number 03063007
Status Pending
Filing Date 2019-11-26
Open to Public Date 2021-04-22
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor
  • Markovic, Milan
  • Cirkovic, Zoran
  • Grujic, Nemanja
  • Bussert, Dillon

Abstract

Embodiments disclosed herein provide a graphical user interface in which a user can quickly correct geospatial metadata accompanying a live video feed. More specifically, the graphical user interface can allow a user to quickly correlate one or more locations in the underlying video to one or more locations within the map data, thereby "anchoring" locations in the map data with locations in the video feed. These locations can then be used to correct the displayed alignment between the map information and video feed, as well as correct the geospatial metadata itself. Furthermore, tracking algorithms can be used to track the correlated locations, foregoing the need to provide manual correction for every frame of video.

IPC Classes  ?

  • H04N 21/84 - Generation or processing of descriptive data, e.g. content descriptors
  • G06F 16/29 - Geographical information databases
  • G06F 16/78 - Retrieval characterised by using metadata, e.g. metadata not derived from the content or metadata generated manually

31.

MULTI-ELEMENT ANTENNA CONFORMED TO A CONICAL SURFACE

      
Application Number 16997176
Status Pending
Filing Date 2020-08-19
First Publication Date 2021-04-22
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor
  • Jordan, Jared Williams
  • Smith, Timothy Amis
  • Pinero, Freddy
  • Kerrigan, Brian Michael

Abstract

Antenna integrated into a compact conical nosecone.

IPC Classes  ?

  • H01Q 1/28 - Adaptation for use in or on aircraft, missiles, satellites, or balloons
  • H01Q 13/10 - Resonant slot antennas

32.

ADAPTIVE TRANSIT RESOURCE ALLOCATION

      
Application Number 17074157
Status Pending
Filing Date 2020-10-19
First Publication Date 2021-04-22
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor
  • Kayhani, Niosha
  • Reymann, Steffen

Abstract

A method of providing adaptive transit resource allocation may include receiving journey planning information from a mobile device. The method may include generating one or more routes based on the journey planning information. The method may include providing the one or more routes and details associated with each of the routes to the mobile device. The method may include receiving a selection of one of the one or more routes from the mobile device. The method may include analyzing the selection and selected routes from a number of other mobile devices. The method may include adjusting an allocation of transit resources based on the analysis.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G01C 21/36 - Input/output arrangements for on-board computers
  • G01C 21/34 - Route searching; Route guidance
  • H04W 4/029 - Location-based management or tracking services

33.

UMO

      
Application Number 1587132
Status Registered
Filing Date 2021-02-25
Registration Date 2021-02-25
Owner Cubic Transportation Systems, Inc. (USA)
NICE Classes  ?
  • 09 - Scientific and electric apparatus and instruments
  • 42 - Scientific, technological and industrial services, research and design

Goods & Services

Recorded and downloadable computer software, mobile application software, computer hardware, computer operating systems and computer peripherals therefor for the enablement and management of public and private transportation, namely, trip planning and real-time passenger information with arrival alerts, customer rewards and loyalty incentives, advertising, analytics, fleet management, customer communications, mobility policy management, mobility intelligence, mobility marketplace, back office travel intelligence, fare policy, account-based ticketing with electronic fare validation, data and transaction management and analyses, financial settlement and clearing, tracking and influencing consumer behavior, tracking people's use of transportation and mass transit, customer relationship management, and delivering offers and marketing content to transit customers. Software as a service (SAAS) services featuring software for the enablement and management of public and private transportation, namely, trip planning and real-time passenger information with arrival alerts, customer rewards and loyalty incentives, advertising, analytics, fleet management, customer communications, mobility policy management, mobility intelligence, mobility marketplace, back office travel intelligence, fare policy, account-based ticketing with electronic fare validation, data and transaction management and analyses, financial settlement and clearing, tracking and influencing consumer behavior, tracking people's use of transportation and mass transit, customer relationship management, and delivering offers and marketing content to transit customers.

34.

ADAPTIVE TRANSIT RESOURCE ALLOCATION

      
Application Number US2020056335
Publication Number 2021/077089
Status In Force
Filing Date 2020-10-19
Publication Date 2021-04-22
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor
  • Kayhani, Niosha
  • Reymann, Steffen

Abstract

A method of providing adaptive transit resource allocation may include receiving journey planning information from a mobile device. The method may include generating one or more routes based on the journey planning information. The method may include providing the one or more routes and details associated with each of the routes to the mobile device. The method may include receiving a selection of one of the one or more routes from the mobile device. The method may include analyzing the selection and selected routes from a number of other mobile devices. The method may include adjusting an allocation of transit resources based on the analysis.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G01C 21/34 - Route searching; Route guidance
  • G08G 1/0968 - Systems involving transmission of navigation instructions to the vehicle
  • G08G 1/0969 - Systems involving transmission of navigation instructions to the vehicle having a display in the form of a map
  • G08G 1/01 - Detecting movement of traffic to be counted or controlled

35.

PROBABILISTIC LOW-POWER POSITION AND ORIENTATION

      
Application Number US2020046465
Publication Number 2021/071582
Status In Force
Filing Date 2020-08-14
Publication Date 2021-04-15
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor
  • Morinishi, Justin
  • Post, Karl
  • Shah, Sunita
  • Tsai, Yeunbin
  • Simmons, David

Abstract

A base station server of a combat simulation system includes, a communications interface, a processor and a memory. The memory has instructions stored thereon that, when executed by the processor, cause the processor to receive an indication of a trigger pull from a weapon device and receive a data packet from the weapon device. The data packet may include an orientation of the weapon device and a position of the weapon device. The instructions further cause the processor to determine a position and an orientation of a target and identify a ballistic path of a simulated projectile fired from the weapon device. The ballistic path may be based at least in part on the orientation and the position of the weapon device. The instructions further cause the processor to determine a ballistic outcome by identifying whether the ballistic path intersects with the position of the target.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G09B 9/00 - Simulators for teaching or training purposes
  • F41A 33/00 - Adaptations for training; Gun simulators
  • F41A 17/06 - Electric or electromechanical safeties

36.

UNIVERSAL LASERLESS TRAINING ARCHITECTURE

      
Application Number US2020046509
Publication Number 2021/071584
Status In Force
Filing Date 2020-08-14
Publication Date 2021-04-15
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor
  • Ferren, Bran
  • O'Connor, Colton
  • Liebersbach, Robert
  • Brooks, Julian
  • Hope, Clint
  • Lichtenwalner, Houstin Lee, Jr.

Abstract

A laserless combat simulation device includes at least one processing device and a memory device having instructions stored thereon that, when executed by the at least one processing device cause the at least one processing device to receive a trigger event from a weapon device. The instructions further cause the at least one processing device to receive image data from an optical sensor array of the weapon device of a field of view of the weapon device, receive position information and orientation information of the weapon device at the time of the trigger event, analyze the image data to determine an identity and location of a target, and calculate a ballistic outcome based at least in part on the position information and orientation information of the weapon device, the identity and location of the target, and ballistic characteristics of a simulated round fired from the weapon device.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G09B 9/00 - Simulators for teaching or training purposes
  • F41A 33/00 - Adaptations for training; Gun simulators
  • F41J 5/10 - Cinematographic hit-indicating systems
  • F41J 9/02 - Land-based targets

37.

ODIN

      
Serial Number 90630077
Status Pending
Filing Date 2021-04-07
Owner Cubic Defense Applications, Inc. ()
NICE Classes  ?
  • 09 - Scientific and electric apparatus and instruments
  • 38 - Telecommunications services
  • 42 - Scientific, technological and industrial services, research and design

Goods & Services

Communications equipment; downloadable computer software for protected communications Communications services Non-downloadable computer software for protected communications

38.

MISSION INSPIRED

      
Application Number 018427680
Status Registered
Filing Date 2021-03-15
Registration Date 2021-08-10
Owner GATR Technologies, Inc. (USA)
NICE Classes  ?
  • 09 - Scientific and electric apparatus and instruments
  • 12 - Land, air and water vehicles; parts of land vehicles
  • 38 - Telecommunications services
  • 40 - Treatment of materials; recycling, air and water treatment,
  • 42 - Scientific, technological and industrial services, research and design

Goods & Services

Computer hardware and software control system which provides control to an antenna for the purpose of locating and tracking particular objects that are airborne or traveling in space; dish antennas; antennas; apparatus for network communication; apparatus for transmitting or receiving sound, images or data via telephone networks; apparatus for connecting to wireless telecommunications networks; telecommunications apparatus for use with computers and computer networks; computer networking apparatus; modems; network routers; computer software for controlling computer networks and connections to telecommunications networks; computer software for measuring and optimizing data throughput in computer and telecommunications networks; metallized optical fibers; fiber optic cables; metallized optical fibers for use as a component in lasers, laser/receiver modules, integrated optic components, optical switches and other optoelectronic products and components; electrical components, namely, microwave and millimeter wave passive components for receiving, transmitting, splitting, coupling, generating, terminating, filtering, shifting and/or transforming microwaves and millimeter waves; telecommunications equipment, namely, telephones, personal digital assistants, electronic personal organizers, routers, multiplexers, isdn interfaces, gateway routers in the nature of computer control hardware, computer hardware and software for setting up and configuring wide area networks; secure telecommunications equipment, namely, telephones, personal digital assistants, electronic personal organizers, routers, multiplexers, isdn interfaces, gateway routers in the nature of computer control hardware, computer hardware and software for setting up and configuring wide area networks; secure telecommunications equipment incorporating discrete communications devices, namely, a network router and internet protocol link encryptor, namely, electronic encryption units for encrypting internet protocol link data; telecommunications equipment to provide satellite optimization by making accommodation for satellite delay and bandwidth restrictions, namely, network routers and multiplexers; multiplexers to provide baseband services over internet protocols in military and government networks; telecommunications interfaces, namely, tactical secure telephones for use over internet protocol-based wide area networks; telecommunications apparatus, namely, routers, multiplexers, isdn interfaces, gateway routers in the nature of computer control hardware, computer hardware and software for setting up and configuring wide area networks; telephone apparatus; radio-telephone apparatus; telecommunications software for setting up and configuring wide area networks; electronic encryption units for encrypting video and/or sound signals and/or data; radio frequency components, namely, radio frequency, microwave and extremely high frequency filters, radio frequency, microwave and extremely high frequency couplers, radio frequency, microwave and extremely high frequency transmission lines, transformer baluns; mechanical devices, namely, accelerometers, inertial measurement units, namely, accelerometers and gyroscopes, and electric relays; spring contactors and probes for testing integrated circuits and memory units; electronic and electromechanical arming devices for use in munitions and armaments; capacitors and inductors for electrical signals; micro electromechanical devices, namely, actuators and sensors for sensing electromagnetic effects, pressure, temperature, humidity, radiation, motion and sound in the environment for use by the aerospace and military, automotive, communications, electronics, information technology and biotechnology industries, and in the manufacture of industrial and consumer products; microchannels used for cooling or delivery of gas or liquid in a chip-based system; electronic control interface device to facilitate the secure data transfer from a network of a higher security classification to a network of a lower security classification level sold as an integral component of an apparatus for secure transmission of one way communications; computer software to enhance the audio-visual capabilities of multimedia applications, namely, for the integration of text, audio, graphics, still images and moving pictures; computer software for real-time video and image enhancement and analysis; computer software for 2-d mapping from full-motion video; computer software for forensic video and image enhancement for use in producing forensically-valid evidence for court; video redaction computer software; computer software platforms for supporting the processing, recording, dissemination and display of streaming ip video and video-related meta data; computer software for the retrieval, access, conversion, display, and navigation of high-resolution still or video image files for use in the digital imaging industry; computer software that allows users to access, view, and disseminate geospatial images; computer software that allows users to access, collate, organize, and disseminate wide area surveillance data gathered from space, airborne and ground-based sensors; computer software that allows users to store, retrieve, and stream video feeds; downloadable cloud-computing software for allowing consumers to ingest, process, extract, store, discover, retrieve and disseminate large geo-temporal datasets; downloadable computer software for enabling data interoperability between standard posix-based files systems and multiple cloud-based object storage solutions; software for enabling users to upload, patch, and update geospatial data within portable external media. Unmanned aerial vehicles. Providing user access to the internet; providing access to wireless telecommunication networks; providing telecommunications connections to a global computer network; providing information and advice relating to the aforesaid services. Custom manufacturing of products comprised of mechanical, electrical, optical or fluidic elements, or any combination thereof, namely, custom manufacture of micro-machined electrical and micro-mechanical devices, namely, inductors, microwave components, transformers, and coaxial cable components, gyroscopes, valves, bellows, and actuators. Technical consultation in the nature of research, engineering, testing, and design of unmanned aerial vehicles; research, engineering, testing and design services for others in the field of unmanned aerial vehicles; providing temporary use of a web-based software application for the processing, recording, dissemination, display, and archiving of streaming video and video related metadata for the field of video analysis; engineering and design services, namely, the design and engineering of high speed communication networks; designing receiving and transmitting antennas; engineering services, namely, performing structural analysis of satellite communications antennas and equipment; environmental testing, namely, performing analysis of winds, thermal energy, and other environmental testing; design and analysis of light weight optical elements and optical lenses; design and analysis of structures used in space composed of advanced materials; design of radar antennas to the specification of others; design and development of apparatus for connecting to telecommunications networks; installation, maintenance and repair of apparatus for connecting to telecommunications networks; computer consultancy services; consultancy in the field of apparatus for connecting to telecommunication networks; computer software development for the digital imaging industry, and computer code conversion for others in the digital imaging industry; providing temporary use of non-downloadable cloud-based software for allowing consumers to ingest, process, extract, store, discover, retrieve and disseminate large geo-temporal datasets; computer software development, computer programming and maintenance of computer software for the digital imaging industry; providing online non-downloadable computer software that allows users to visualize geospatial imagery, maps, and elevation data in the form of 2d flat maps or 3d globes; providing temporary use of non-downloadable commercial computer software that allows users to manage large volumes of geospatial data and disseminate geospatial images onto external storage media devices.

39.

SELF-INITIALIZING MACHINE VISION SENSORS

      
Application Number 16998230
Status Pending
Filing Date 2020-08-20
First Publication Date 2021-02-25
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor Kayhani, Niosha

Abstract

Techniques are disclosed for performing an initialization process for a set of FOV sensors using a set of initialization modules that are attachable to or integrated with the set of FOV sensors. A vertical distance associated with the set of FOV sensors is detected. An inter-module distance between a first initialization module and a second initialization module is detected. It is determined whether a placement of the second initialization module with respect to the first initialization module is acceptable based on the vertical distance and the inter-module distance. A feedback signal indicating whether the placement is acceptable is generated. The feedback signal is outputted at one or both of the first initialization module and the second initialization module.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G06T 7/80 - Analysis of captured images to determine intrinsic or extrinsic camera parameters, i.e. camera calibration
  • H04N 5/232 - Devices for controlling television cameras, e.g. remote control

40.

UMO

      
Application Number 210155000
Status Pending
Filing Date 2021-02-25
Owner Cubic Transportation Systems, Inc. (USA)
NICE Classes  ?
  • 09 - Scientific and electric apparatus and instruments
  • 42 - Scientific, technological and industrial services, research and design

Goods & Services

(1) Recorded and downloadable computer software, mobile application software, computer hardware, computer operating systems and computer peripherals therefor for the enablement and management of public and private transportation, namely, trip planning and real-time passenger information with arrival alerts, customer rewards and loyalty incentives, advertising, analytics, fleet management, customer communications, mobility policy management, mobility intelligence, mobility marketplace, back office travel intelligence, fare policy, account-based ticketing with electronic fare validation, data and transaction management and analyses, financial settlement and clearing, tracking and influencing consumer behavior, tracking people's use of transportation and mass transit, customer relationship management, and delivering offers and marketing content to transit customers. (1) Software as a service (SAAS) services featuring software for the enablement and management of public and private transportation, namely, trip planning and real-time passenger information with arrival alerts, customer rewards and loyalty incentives, advertising, analytics, fleet management, customer communications, mobility policy management, mobility intelligence, mobility marketplace, back office travel intelligence, fare policy, account-based ticketing with electronic fare validation, data and transaction management and analyses, financial settlement and clearing, tracking and influencing consumer behavior, tracking people's use of transportation and mass transit, customer relationship management, and delivering offers and marketing content to transit customers.

41.

SELF-INITIALIZING MACHINE VISION SENSORS

      
Application Number US2020047115
Publication Number 2021/035012
Status In Force
Filing Date 2020-08-20
Publication Date 2021-02-25
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor Kayhani, Niosha

Abstract

Techniques are disclosed for performing an initialization process for a set of FOV sensors using a set of initialization modules that are attachable to or integrated with the set of FOV sensors. A vertical distance associated with the set of FOV sensors is detected. An inter-module distance between a first initialization module and a second initialization module is detected. It is determined whether a placement of the second initialization module with respect to the first initialization module is acceptable based on the vertical distance and the inter-module distance. A feedback signal indicating whether the placement is acceptable is generated. The feedback signal is outputted at one or both of the first initialization module and the second initialization module.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G08B 13/196 - Actuation by interference with heat, light, or radiation of shorter wavelength; Actuation by intruding sources of heat, light, or radiation of shorter wavelength using passive radiation detection systems using image scanning and comparing systems using television cameras
  • G08B 29/22 - Provisions facilitating manual calibration, e.g. input or output provisions for testing; Holding of intermittent values to permit measurement
  • H04N 7/18 - Closed-circuit television systems, i.e. systems in which the signal is not broadcast
  • H04N 5/247 - Arrangement of television cameras
  • H04N 5/225 - Television cameras
  • G06T 7/70 - Determining position or orientation of objects or cameras

42.

PROBABILISTIC LOW-POWER POSITION AND ORIENTATION

      
Application Number 16994152
Status Pending
Filing Date 2020-08-14
First Publication Date 2021-02-18
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor
  • Morinishi, Justin
  • Post, Karl
  • Shah, Sunita
  • Tsai, Yeunbin
  • Simmons, David

Abstract

A base station server of a combat simulation system includes, a communications interface, a processor and a memory. The memory has instructions stored thereon that, when executed by the processor, cause the processor to receive an indication of a trigger pull from a weapon device and receive a data packet from the weapon device. The data packet may include an orientation of the weapon device and a position of the weapon device. The instructions further cause the processor to determine a position and an orientation of a target and identify a ballistic path of a simulated projectile fired from the weapon device. The ballistic path may be based at least in part on the orientation and the position of the weapon device. The instructions further cause the processor to determine a ballistic outcome by identifying whether the ballistic path intersects with the position of the target.

IPC Classes  ?

  • F41G 3/26 - Teaching or practice apparatus for gun-aiming or gun-laying
  • F41A 33/00 - Adaptations for training; Gun simulators
  • G09B 9/00 - Simulators for teaching or training purposes

43.

REAL-TIME MOBILITY POLICY ENGINE

      
Application Number US2020043522
Publication Number 2021/021639
Status In Force
Filing Date 2020-07-24
Publication Date 2021-02-04
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor
  • Levin, Zachary
  • Casto, Christiana

Abstract

A method of determining real-time tax and/or subsidy information includes obtaining, from an operator, trip-related information regarding a trip and determining a target objective associated with trip routing at a time of receipt of the trip- related information. The method includes obtaining additional information from one or more additional data sources based on the target objective and the trip-related information, determining, based on the trip-related information and the additional information, a tax or subsidy associated with the trip, and providing information indicative of the tax or subsidy to the operator.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G06Q 40/00 - Finance; Insurance; Tax strategies; Processing of corporate or income taxes
  • G06Q 50/26 - Government or public services

44.

Human-aided geo-rectification of geospatial metadata in video using a graphical interface

      
Application Number 16660229
Grant Number 10907977
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-10-22
First Publication Date 2021-02-02
Grant Date 2021-02-02
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor
  • Marković, Milan
  • Ćirković, Zoran
  • Grujić, Nemanja
  • Bussert, Dillon

Abstract

Embodiments disclosed herein provide a graphical user interface in which a user can quickly correct geospatial metadata accompanying a live video feed. More specifically, the graphical user interface can allow a user to quickly correlate one or more locations in the underlying video to one or more locations within the map data, thereby “anchoring” locations in the map data with locations in the video feed. These locations can then be used to correct the displayed alignment between the map information and video feed, as well as correct the geospatial metadata itself. Furthermore, tracking algorithms can be used to track the correlated locations, foregoing the need to provide manual correction for every frame of video.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G01C 21/32 - Structuring or formatting of map data
  • G06K 9/00 - Methods or arrangements for reading or recognising printed or written characters or for recognising patterns, e.g. fingerprints

45.

CUBEE

      
Serial Number 90494616
Status Pending
Filing Date 2021-01-28
Owner Cubic Corporation ()
NICE Classes  ? 42 - Scientific, technological and industrial services, research and design

Goods & Services

Providing temporary use of online non-downloadable computer chatbot software for simulating conversations; Providing temporary use of online non-downloadable chatbot software using artificial intelligence for replying to questions from job seekers using an online career website, allowing job seekers to search open job positions, and suggesting open positions that the job candidate is qualified for based on their resume

46.

REAL-TIME MOBILITY POLICY ENGINE

      
Application Number 16938506
Status Pending
Filing Date 2020-07-24
First Publication Date 2021-01-28
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor
  • Levin, Zachary
  • Casto, Christiana

Abstract

A method of determining real-time tax and/or subsidy information includes obtaining, from an operator, trip-related information regarding a trip and determining a target objective associated with trip routing at a time of receipt of the trip-related information. The method includes obtaining additional information from one or more additional data sources based on the target objective and the trip-related information, determining, based on the trip-related information and the additional information, a tax or subsidy associated with the trip, and providing information indicative of the tax or subsidy to the operator.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G06Q 40/00 - Finance; Insurance; Tax strategies; Processing of corporate or income taxes
  • G08G 1/01 - Detecting movement of traffic to be counted or controlled
  • G06Q 30/00 - Commerce, e.g. shopping or e-commerce
  • G06Q 50/26 - Government or public services

47.

MERLIN

      
Serial Number 90461674
Status Pending
Filing Date 2021-01-12
Owner Cubic Defense Applications, Inc. ()
NICE Classes  ? 09 - Scientific and electric apparatus and instruments

Goods & Services

Protected waveform being software-defined radio and antennas and radios that utilize the waveform; antennas; radios; portable communications equipment, namely, modems, radio receivers, transceivers, and waveforms being software-defined radio for use in air-to-air, air-to-ground secure communication networks; communications systems comprised of portable modems, radio receivers, transceivers, antennas, and waveform generators being signal generators for use in tactical, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance applications by military personnel; radio communication devices in the field of advanced military radios and waveforms being software-defined radio for use in military defense, tactical, and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) operations; electronic instruments in the nature of signal generators, namely, waveform generators; wireless electronic devices for wireless radio transmission and reception via electromagnetic radiation, namely, devices for processing and transmitting waveforms into the environment in the form of electromagnetic radiation

48.

HALO

      
Serial Number 90398581
Status Pending
Filing Date 2020-12-21
Owner Cubic Defense Applications, Inc. ()
NICE Classes  ? 09 - Scientific and electric apparatus and instruments

Goods & Services

Digital beam-forming antennas

49.

HALO

      
Serial Number 90337309
Status Pending
Filing Date 2020-11-23
Owner Cubic Defense Applications, Inc. ()
NICE Classes  ? 09 - Scientific and electric apparatus and instruments

Goods & Services

Digital beam-forming antennas

50.

MEDIA ENGAGEMENT VERIFICATION IN TRANSIT SYSTEMS

      
Application Number 16849088
Status Pending
Filing Date 2020-04-15
First Publication Date 2020-10-15
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor Smith, Gavin

Abstract

Embodiments disclosed herein address these and other concerns by providing for means by which a customer's level of engagement with media can be determined. In particular, media and questions regarding the content of the media may be sent to a ticketing device and provided to the customer. The ticketing device can further obtain the customer's answers to the questions, and send the answers to a server, which can determine a level of engagement can be assessed from the answers and issue a discounted ticket. The amount of the discount may be proportional to the level of engagement.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G06Q 30/02 - Marketing, e.g. market research and analysis, surveying, promotions, advertising, buyer profiling, customer management or rewards; Price estimation or determination
  • G06Q 30/04 - Billing or invoicing
  • G07F 17/42 - Coin-freed apparatus for hiring articles; Coin-freed facilities or services for ticket printing or like apparatus
  • G06N 5/04 - Inference methods or devices

51.

MISSION INSPIRED

      
Serial Number 90189603
Status Pending
Filing Date 2020-09-17
Owner GATR Technologies, Inc. ()
NICE Classes  ?
  • 09 - Scientific and electric apparatus and instruments
  • 12 - Land, air and water vehicles; parts of land vehicles
  • 38 - Telecommunications services
  • 40 - Treatment of materials; recycling, air and water treatment,
  • 42 - Scientific, technological and industrial services, research and design

Goods & Services

Computer hardware and downloadable software control system, namely, downloadable software for controlling an antenna for the purpose of locating and tracking particular objects that are airborne or traveling in space; Dish antennas; Antennas; apparatus for transmission of network communications; apparatus for transmitting and receiving of sound, images or data via telephone networks; apparatus for connecting to wireless telecommunications networks, namely, computer servers; telecommunications apparatus for use with computers and computer networks, namely, radios, data links, and satellite antennas; computer networking apparatus, namely, routers and switches; modems; network routers; Downloadable computer software for controlling computer networks connections to telecommunications networks; Downloadable computer software for measuring and optimizing data throughout computer and telecommunications networks; Metallized optical fibers; fiber optic cables; Metallized optical fibers for use as a component in lasers, laser receiver modules, integrated optic components, optical switches; Electrical components, namely, microwave and millimeter wave passive antennas, interconnects, filters, time delays, monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMIC), switches inductors and capacitors for receiving, transmitting, splitting, coupling, generating, terminating, filtering, shifting and transforming microwaves and millimeter waves; Telecommunications equipment, namely, telephones, personal digital assistants, electronic personal organizers, computer network routers, multiplexers, ISDN interfaces, gateway routers in the nature of computer control hardware, computer hardware and downloadable software for setting up and configuring wide area networks; secure telecommunications equipment, namely, telephones, personal digital assistants, electronic personal organizers, computer network routers, multiplexers, ISDN interfaces, gateway routers in the nature of computer control hardware, computer hardware and downloadable software for setting up and configuring wide area networks; secure telecommunications equipment incorporating discrete communications devices, namely, electronic encryption units for encrypting internet protocol link data; telecommunications equipment to provide satellite optimization by making accommodation for satellite delay and bandwidth restrictions, namely, network routers and multiplexers; multiplexers to provide baseband services over Internet protocols in military and government networks; telecommunications interfaces, namely, tactical secure telephones for use over Internet protocol-based wide area networks; telecommunications apparatus, namely, computer network routers, multiplexers, ISDN interfaces, gateway routers in the nature of computer control hardware, computer hardware and downloadable software for setting up and configuring wide area networks; telephone apparatus; radio-telephone apparatus; Downloadable telecommunications software for setting up and configuring wide area networks; electronic encryption units for encrypting video and sound signals and data; Electric radio frequency components, namely, radio frequency, microwave and extremely high frequency filters, radio frequency, microwave and extremely high frequency data couplers, radio frequency, microwave and extremely high frequency transmission lines being waveguides, and transformer baluns; mechanical devices, namely, accelerometers, inertial measurement units, namely, accelerometers and gyroscopes, and electric relays; spring contactors and probes for testing integrated circuits and memory units; electronic and electromechanical arming devices for use in munitions and armaments; capacitors and inductors for electrical signals; micro electromechanical devices, namely, actuators and sensors for sensing electromagnetic effects, pressure, temperature, humidity, radiation, motion and sound in the environment for use by the aerospace and military, automotive, communications, electronics, information technology and biotechnology industries, and in the manufacture of industrial and consumer products; Microchannel wafers used for cooling or delivery of gas or liquid in a chip-based system; Electronic control interface device, namely, cross domain transfer appliances to facilitate the secure data transfer from a network of a higher security classification to a network of a lower security classification level sold as an integral component of an apparatus for secure transmission of one way communications; Downloadable computer software to enhance the audiovisual capabilities of multimedia applications, namely, for the integration of text, audio, graphics, still images and moving pictures; Downloadable computer software for real-time video and image enhancement and analysis; Downloadable computer software for 2-d mapping from full-motion video; Downloadable computer software for forensic video and image enhancement for use in producing forensically-valid evidence for court; Downloadable video redaction computer software; Downloadable computer software platforms for supporting the processing, recording, dissemination and display of streaming IP video and video-related meta data; Downloadable computer software for the retrieval, access, conversion, display, and navigation of high-resolution still or video image files for use in the digital imaging industry; Downloadable computer software that allows users to access, view, and disseminate geospatial images; Downloadable computer software that allows users to access, collate, organize, and disseminate wide area surveillance data gathered from space, airborne and ground-based sensors; Downloadable computer software that allows users to store, retrieve, and stream video feeds; Downloadable cloud-computing software for allowing consumers to ingest, process, extract, store, discover, retrieve and disseminate large geo-temporal datasets; Downloadable computer software for enabling data interoperability between standard POSIX-based files systems and multiple cloud-based object storage solutions; Downloadable computer software for enabling users to upload, patch, and update geospatial data within portable external media unmanned aerial vehicles Providing multiple-user access to the internet; providing Internet access to wireless telecommunication networks; providing telecommunications connections to a global computer network; providing information and advice relating to the aforesaid services custom manufacturing of products comprised of mechanical, electrical, optical or fluidic elements, or any combination thereof, namely, custom manufacture of micro-machined electrical and micro-mechanical devices, namely, inductors, microwave components, transformers, and coaxial cable components, gyroscopes, valves, bellows, and actuators Technical consultation in the field of research, engineering, testing, and design of unmanned aerial vehicles; research, engineering, functional testing and design services for others in the field of unmanned aerial vehicles; providing temporary use of an online web-based software application for the processing, recording, dissemination, display, and archiving of streaming video and video related metadata for the field of video analysis; engineering and design services, namely, the design and engineering of high speed communication networks; designing of receiving and transmitting antennas; engineering services, namely, performing structural analysis of satellite communications antennas and equipment; environmental testing, namely, performing wind, and thermal energy analysis for others; design and scientific analysis of light weight optical elements and optical lenses; design and scientific analysis of structures used in space composed of advanced materials; design of radar antennas to the specification of others; design and development of apparatus for connecting to telecommunications networks, namely, mission systems and avionics comprised of multiple intelligence sensors and cryptographic security; installation, maintenance and repair of software for apparatus for connecting to telecommunications networks; consultancy in the field of apparatus for connecting to telecommunication networks, namely, consulting in the field of telecommunications technology; computer code conversion for others in the digital imaging industry; providing temporary use of non-downloadable cloud-based software for processing, extracting, storing, discovering, retrieving and disseminating large geo temporal datasets; Providing online non-downloadable computer software for visualizing geospatial imagery, maps, and elevation data in the form of 2D flat maps or 3D globes; Providing temporary use of non-downloadable commercial computer software for managing large volumes of geospatial data and disseminate geospatial images onto external storage media devices

52.

UMO

      
Serial Number 90141672
Status Registered
Filing Date 2020-08-27
Registration Date 2021-08-17
Owner Cubic Transportation Systems, Inc. ()
NICE Classes  ?
  • 09 - Scientific and electric apparatus and instruments
  • 42 - Scientific, technological and industrial services, research and design

Goods & Services

Recorded and downloadable computer software, mobile application software, computer hardware, computer operating systems and computer peripherals therefore for the enablement and management of public and private transportation, namely, trip planning and real-time passenger information with arrival alerts, customer rewards and loyalty incentives, advertising, analytics, fleet management, customer communications, mobility policy management, mobility intelligence, mobility marketplace, back office travel intelligence, fare policy, account-based ticketing with electronic fare validation, data and transaction management and analyses, financial settlement and clearing, tracking and influencing consumer behavior, tracking people's use of transportation and mass transit, customer relationship management, and delivering offers and marketing content to transit customers Software as a service (SAAS) services featuring software for the enablement and management of public and private transportation, namely, trip planning and real-time passenger information with arrival alerts, customer rewards and loyalty incentives, advertising, analytics, fleet management, customer communications, mobility policy management, mobility intelligence, mobility marketplace, back office travel intelligence, fare policy, account-based ticketing with electronic fare validation, data and transaction management and analyses, financial settlement and clearing, tracking and influencing consumer behavior, tracking people's use of transportation and mass transit, customer relationship management, and delivering offers and marketing content to transit customers

53.

ARTILLERY UNIT CONTROL PANEL EMULATOR INTEGRATION WITH TRAINING SYSTEM

      
Application Number US2019061904
Publication Number 2020/171862
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-11-18
Publication Date 2020-08-27
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor
  • Armstrong, Martyn
  • Smiles, Neale
  • Parkinson, Alastair
  • Gardiner, John
  • Mayo, Jason
  • Spriggs, Robert

Abstract

Systems and methods for interfacing an artillery unit control panel emulator with a collective training environment are disclosed. One method includes reading output data including one or more output data segments generated by the artillery unit control panel emulator. The method includes examining the output data to identify a trigger event in the one or more output data segments. The method includes extracting details regarding the trigger event from the one or more output data segments. The method includes creating a message indicative of the trigger event and including the details regarding the trigger event. The method includes sending, via a communication interface, the message to a device within the collective training environment.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G09B 9/00 - Simulators for teaching or training purposes
  • F41A 33/00 - Adaptations for training; Gun simulators

54.

RADIO OVER INTERNET PROTOCOL (ROIP) EXPANSION DEVICE

      
Application Number US2019065584
Publication Number 2020/139558
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-12-11
Publication Date 2020-07-02
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor
  • Wilson, Stephen
  • Morris, Ian

Abstract

A RolP expansion device (210) can be used to expand the amount of available radio ports (310) at a RolP gateway. The RolP expansion device (210) includes a microcontroller (340) for relaying audio and signaling information between the USB bus of a host device (e.g., a RolP gateway device or computer) and a plurality of radio ports (310). According to some embodiments, the RolP expansion device (210) may include serial (330) and/or general-purpose input/output (GPIO) ports (320) to provide additional functionality.

IPC Classes  ?

  • H04B 1/00 - TRANSMISSION - Details of transmission systems not characterised by the medium used for transmission
  • H04B 1/20 - Circuits for coupling gramophone pick-up, recorder output, or microphone to receiver
  • G06F 13/38 - Information transfer, e.g. on bus
  • G06F 13/42 - Bus transfer protocol, e.g. handshake; Synchronisation
  • H04W 92/02 - Inter-networking arrangements
  • H04M 3/42 - Systems providing special services or facilities to subscribers
  • H04L 29/06 - Communication control; Communication processing characterised by a protocol

55.

RADIO GATEWAY AUDIO PORT CONFIGURATION

      
Application Number US2019067189
Publication Number 2020/139661
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-12-18
Publication Date 2020-07-02
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor
  • Wilson, Stephen
  • Tidey, Estelle

Abstract

A Radio Over Internet Protocol (RoIP) device can be configured to provide automatic determination of input gain, output gain, external power, and COR signaling settings for an audio port via a guided step-by-step user experience. According to some embodiments, input settings can be calculated based on the user speaking into the device and output settings are configured by the user adjusting the volume of predetermined audio being played. According to some embodiments, users can then label the settings, so that they can be copied to other audio ports using the same type of radio. Among other things, the embodiments provided herein increase the speed and ease with which the optimum audio port settings can be configured on a RoIP gateway device

IPC Classes  ?

56.

RADIO-OVER-INTERNET-PROTOCOL (ROIP) GATEWAY TALK GROUP CONFIGURATION

      
Application Number US2019068564
Publication Number 2020/139935
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-12-26
Publication Date 2020-07-02
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor
  • Wilson, Stephen
  • Tidey, Estelle

Abstract

A Radio Over Internet Protocol (RoIP) device can efficiently create a talk group by utilizing a graphical user interface (GUI). Configuration information is obtained via user interaction with the GUI, which can lead the user through a logical series of screens to quickly and efficiently obtain the configuration information for the talk group. The configuration information may comprise audio port selection information, address-streaming information, Session Initiation Protocol information, and/or audio codec information. This the RoIP gateway device can then set up the talk group such as that communication between devices and the talk group occurs in accordance with the configuration information received by the user.

IPC Classes  ?

  • H04L 29/06 - Communication control; Communication processing characterised by a protocol
  • H04W 88/16 - Gateway arrangements

57.

UNIFIED DATA

      
Serial Number 90013863
Status Pending
Filing Date 2020-06-22
Owner GATR Technologies, Inc. ()
NICE Classes  ?
  • 09 - Scientific and electric apparatus and instruments
  • 42 - Scientific, technological and industrial services, research and design

Goods & Services

Recorded and downloadable computer software for supporting the processing, recording, dissemination and display of streaming IP video and video-related meta data; recorded and downloadable computer software for normalizing surveillance data generated by advanced sensor products; recorded and downloadable computer software which enables searching across sensor types using metadata, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Machine Learning (ML) to improve situational awareness; recorded and downloadable computer software for real-time video and image enhancement and analysis; computer software used for analysis of Ground Tracking Motion Indicator (GMTI) data, Air Motion Tracking Indicator (AMTI) data, Video Motion Tracking Indicator (VMTI) data, Signals Intelligence data, Electronic Warfare data, Tactical Data Link (TDL) data, Electro-Optical data, Synthetic Aperture RADAR data, Wide Area Motion Imagery (WAMI) data, National Technical Means (NTM) data, Full Motion Video (FMV) data, and Motion Imagery (MI) data Software as a Service (SaaS) services featuring software for supporting the processing, recording, dissemination and display of streaming IP video and video-related meta data; Software as a Service (SaaS) for normalizing surveillance data generated by advanced sensor products; Software as a Service (SaaS) services featuring software which enables searching across sensor types using metadata, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Machine Learning (ML) to improve situational awareness; Software as a Service (SaaS) services featuring software for real-time video and image enhancement and analysis; Software as a Service (SaaS) services featuring software for analysis of Ground Tracking Motion Indicator (GMTI) data, Air Motion Tracking Indicator (AMTI) data, Video Motion Tracking Indicator (VMTI) data, Signals Intelligence data, Electronic Warfare data, Tactical Data Link (TDL) data, Electro-Optical data, Synthetic Aperture RADAR data, Wide Area Motion Imagery (WAMI) data, National Technical Means (NTM) data, Full Motion Video (FMV) data, and Motion Imagery (MI) data

58.

AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE SMART PARKING TICKET

      
Application Number US2019060873
Publication Number 2020/102165
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-11-12
Publication Date 2020-05-22
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor
  • Smith, Gavin
  • Montalban, Marina

Abstract

An exemplary method may include receiving a parking space request to locate a nearby parking space for a CAV, searching, based on a location of the CAV, nearby parking facilities, locating at least a parking space, and sending the CAV to journey to the parking space. The method may also include receiving a request for payment of a parking ticket to be issued to a CAV for parking at the parking space, and determining an amount of payment for the requested parking ticket. The method may further include accessing a first account associated with the CAV and a second account associated with the parking facility where the CAV is parked, and conducting a transfer of value from the first account to the second account. The method may further include sending ticket payment information to the CAV. An exemplary parking system server may be configured to perform the exemplary method.

IPC Classes  ?

59.

AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE SMART PARKING TICKET

      
Application Number 16681369
Status Pending
Filing Date 2019-11-12
First Publication Date 2020-05-21
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor
  • Smith, Gavin
  • Montalban, Marina

Abstract

Methods and systems related to authenticating a parking ticket for parking by a connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV). An exemplary method may include receiving parking ticket information via wireless beacons broadcast by a smart parking ticket incorporated in a CAV, sending the received parking ticket information to a parking system server for authentication, and receiving a result of authentication from the parking system server. The parking ticket information may include identification information of the CAV, amount paid, time of purchase, and/or duration of parking. The method may further include displaying the result of authentication. An exemplary device may be configured to facilitate authentication of a parking ticket. An exemplary smart parking ticket may be configured to receive parking ticket information and provide proof of payment for authentication.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G07B 15/02 - Arrangements or apparatus for collecting fares, tolls or entrance fees at one or more control points taking into account a variable factor such as distance or time, e.g. for passenger transport, parking systems or car rental systems
  • G07C 5/00 - Registering or indicating the working of vehicles
  • H04W 4/80 - Services using short range communication, e.g. near-field communication [NFC], radio-frequency identification [RFID] or low energy communication
  • H04W 4/06 - Selective distribution of broadcast services, e.g. multimedia broadcast multicast service [MBMS]; Services to user groups; One-way selective calling services
  • H04W 4/40 - Services specially adapted for particular environments, situations or purposes for vehicles, e.g. vehicle-to-pedestrians [V2P]

60.

VENTIGATR

      
Serial Number 88882528
Status Registered
Filing Date 2020-04-22
Registration Date 2020-09-08
Owner GATR Technologies, Inc. ()
NICE Classes  ? 10 - Medical apparatus and instruments

Goods & Services

Medical ventilators

61.

Method and system to control traffic speed through intersections

      
Application Number 16592139
Grant Number 10878697
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-10-03
First Publication Date 2020-04-09
Grant Date 2020-12-29
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor
  • Vadlamani, Srikar
  • Davidson, Matthew

Abstract

A system includes sensors deployed along a vehicle pathway to detect the presence of a plurality of vehicles. An embodiment of a method for detecting speed may include generating from the sensors presence data of each of the plurality of vehicles and transmitting the detected presence data to a base station. The transmitting may include transmitting the detected presence data from the sensors to an access point and transmitting the detected presence data from the access point to the base station. The base station determines a speed of each of the plurality of vehicles. The speed may be determined at a periodic interval responsive to a predetermined distance between the sensors and a difference in the detection time of each of the plurality of vehicles at each of the sensors.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G08G 1/052 - Detecting movement of traffic to be counted or controlled with provision for determining speed or overspeed
  • H04W 4/46 - Services specially adapted for particular environments, situations or purposes for vehicles, e.g. vehicle-to-pedestrians [V2P] for vehicle-to-vehicle communication [V2V]
  • G08G 1/01 - Detecting movement of traffic to be counted or controlled

62.

METHOD AND SYSTEM TO CONTROL TRAFFIC SPEED THROUGH INTERSECTIONS

      
Application Number US2019054633
Publication Number 2020/072863
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-10-04
Publication Date 2020-04-09
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor
  • Vadlamani, Srikar
  • Davidson, Matthew

Abstract

A system includes sensors deployed along a vehicle pathway to detect the presence of a plurality of vehicles. An embodiment of a method for detecting speed may include generating from the sensors presence data of each of the plurality of vehicles and transmitting the detected presence data to a base station. The transmitting may include transmitting the detected presence data from the sensors to an access point and transmitting the detected presence data from the access point to the base station. The base station determines a speed of each of the plurality of vehicles. The speed may be determined at a periodic interval responsive to a predetermined distance between the sensors and a difference in the detection time of each of the plurality of vehicles at each of the sensors.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G08G 1/01 - Detecting movement of traffic to be counted or controlled
  • G08G 1/02 - Detecting movement of traffic to be counted or controlled using treadles built into the road
  • G08G 1/042 - Detecting movement of traffic to be counted or controlled using inductive or magnetic detectors
  • G08G 1/052 - Detecting movement of traffic to be counted or controlled with provision for determining speed or overspeed
  • G08G 1/056 - Detecting movement of traffic to be counted or controlled with provision for distinguishing direction of travel

63.

PHONIC FIRES TRAINER

      
Application Number US2019038418
Publication Number 2020/068202
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-06-21
Publication Date 2020-04-02
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor
  • Armstrong, Martyn
  • Smiles, Neale
  • Parkinson, Alastair
  • Spriggs, Robert
  • Mayo, Jason
  • Post, Karl

Abstract

A voice-controlled training unit (190) for conducting fire training and/or operation of an artillery unit (130) may include a communication interface, a memory, and a processing unit communicatively coupled with the communication interface and the memory. The processing unit may be configured to cause the voice-controlled training unit to detect spoken speech, and to determine that the spoken speech includes a command that is related to operation of the artillery unit. The processing unit may be further configured to cause the voice-controlled training unit to generate a message indicative of the command, in accordance with a protocol of a distributed computer simulation standard, and send, via the communication interface, the message indicative of the command to a remote simulation system.

IPC Classes  ?

  • F41A 33/00 - Adaptations for training; Gun simulators
  • F41G 3/26 - Teaching or practice apparatus for gun-aiming or gun-laying
  • G06F 3/16 - Sound input; Sound output
  • G09B 9/00 - Simulators for teaching or training purposes

64.

MARKERLESS HUMAN MOVEMENT TRACKING IN VIRTUAL SIMULATION

      
Application Number US2019052112
Publication Number 2020/061432
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-09-20
Publication Date 2020-03-26
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor
  • Doolittle, Keith
  • Hua, Lifan

Abstract

A simulation system is disclosed in which images are captured of one or more subjects within a simulation volume, the images are analyzed to determine 2D keypoints for each of subject (where the 2D keypoints for a subject collectively represent the body position and/or posture of the respective subject), and corresponding 3D keypoints (and thus a complete 3D skeletal pose of each subject) of each subject are created from the 2D keypoints. This can be done for multiple frames, and tracking can be performed by matching 3D keypoints of a subject from a first frame with corresponding 3D keypoints from a successive frame.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G06T 7/246 - Analysis of motion using feature-based methods, e.g. the tracking of corners or segments
  • G06T 7/292 - Multi-camera tracking

65.

ADAPTIVE GATELINE CONFIGURATION

      
Application Number US2019050176
Publication Number 2020/055730
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-09-09
Publication Date 2020-03-19
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor
  • Dyne, Mark
  • Reymann, Steffen

Abstract

A method of operating a gateline includes obtaining, at a computing device, information indicative of one or both of a current or predicted amount of throughput of transit users through the gateline and calculating, based at least in part of the information, a desired configuration of one or more fare gates in the gateline. The desired configuration is compared to a current gateline configuration. A command is sent to the gateline to adjust the current gateline configuration to match the desired configuration based on a determination that the desired configuration is different than the current gateline configuration.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G06Q 10/04 - Forecasting or optimisation, e.g. linear programming, "travelling salesman problem" or "cutting stock problem"
  • G06Q 50/30 - Transportation; Communications

66.

Adaptive gateline configuration

      
Application Number 16562115
Grant Number 10725455
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-09-05
First Publication Date 2020-03-12
Grant Date 2020-07-28
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor
  • Dyne, Mark
  • Reymann, Steffen

Abstract

A method of operating a gateline includes obtaining, at a computing device, information indicative of one or both of a current or predicted amount of throughput of transit users through the gateline and calculating, based at least in part of the information, a desired configuration of one or more fare gates in the gateline. The desired configuration is compared to a current gateline configuration. A command is sent to the gateline to adjust the current gateline configuration to match the desired configuration based on a determination that the desired configuration is different than the current gateline configuration.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G05B 19/4155 - Numerical control (NC), i.e. automatically operating machines, in particular machine tools, e.g. in a manufacturing environment, so as to execute positioning, movement or co-ordinated operations by means of programme data in numerical form characterised by programme execution, i.e. part programme or machine function execution, e.g. selection of a programme
  • G06F 16/2455 - Query execution
  • G07B 15/04 - Arrangements or apparatus for collecting fares, tolls or entrance fees at one or more control points taking into account a variable factor such as distance or time, e.g. for passenger transport, parking systems or car rental systems comprising devices to free a barrier, turnstile or the like

67.

CONNECTED AND AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE (CAV) BEHAVIORAL ADAPTIVE DRIVING

      
Application Number US2019047415
Publication Number 2020/046662
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-08-21
Publication Date 2020-03-05
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor
  • Light, David
  • Smith, Gavin
  • Reymann, Steffen

Abstract

The CAV may include one or more sensors, a communications interface, a driving control configured to be activated to cause a change in the operation of the CAV, and a processing unit communicatively coupled with the one or more sensors, the communications interface, and the driving control. The processing unit may be configured to cause the CAV to: obtain vehicle data regarding a vehicle using the one or more sensors; obtain, using the vehicle data, risk data via the communications interface, the risk data being indicative of a likelihood of an accident caused by the vehicle; determine a risk value based on the risk data regarding the vehicle, the risk value being indicative of a likelihood that the CAV may be involved in an accident; and responsive to determining the risk value is above a threshold level, activate the driving control to modify the operation of the CAV.

IPC Classes  ?

  • B60W 60/00 - Drive control systems specially adapted for autonomous road vehicles
  • B60W 30/09 - Taking automatic action to avoid collision, e.g. braking and steering
  • B60W 30/095 - Predicting travel path or likelihood of collision
  • G06Q 40/08 - Insurance, e.g. risk analysis or pensions
  • G08G 1/017 - Detecting movement of traffic to be counted or controlled identifying vehicles

68.

Miscellaneous Design

      
Application Number 018200838
Status Registered
Filing Date 2020-02-25
Registration Date 2020-06-24
Owner GATR Technologies, Inc. (USA)
NICE Classes  ? 09 - Scientific and electric apparatus and instruments

Goods & Services

Telecommunications equipment, namely, telephones, personal digital assistants, electronic personal organizers, routers, multiplexers, ISDN interfaces, gateway routers in the nature of computer control hardware, computer hardware and software for setting up and configuring wide area networks; secure telecommunications equipment, namely, secure telecommunications equipment, namely, telephones, personal digital assistants, electronic personal organizers, routers, multiplexers, ISDN interfaces, gateway routers in the nature of computer control hardware, computer hardware and software for setting up and configuring wide area networks; secure telecommunications equipment incorporating discrete communications devices, namely, a network router and internet protocol link encryptor, namely, electronic encryption units for encrypting internet protocol link data; telecommunications equipment to provide satellite optimization by making accommodation for satellite delay and bandwidth restrictions, namely, network routers and multiplexers; multiplexers to provide baseband services over Internet protocols in military and government networks; telecommunications interfaces, namely, military phones for use over Internet protocol-based wide area networks and telecommunications interfaces, namely, tactical secure telephones for use over Internet protocol-based wide area networks; telecommunications apparatus, namely, routers, multiplexers, ISDN interfaces, gateway routers in the nature of computer control hardware, computer hardware and software for setting up and configuring wide area networks; telephone apparatus; radio-telephone apparatus; optical fibers, optical fibers sold as a component of fiber optical cables; telecommunications software for setting up and configuring wide area networks; electronic encryption units for encrypting video and/or sound signals and/or data; structural parts and electric and/or electronic connection fittings for all the aforesaid goods.

69.

V

      
Serial Number 88804197
Status Registered
Filing Date 2020-02-20
Registration Date 2021-02-02
Owner GATR Technologies, Inc. ()
NICE Classes  ? 09 - Scientific and electric apparatus and instruments

Goods & Services

Telecommunications equipment, namely, telephones, personal digital assistants, electronic personal organizers, network and wireless routers, multiplexers, ISDN interfaces, gateway routers in the nature of computer control hardware, computer hardware and recorded software for setting up and configuring wide area networks; secure telecommunications equipment, namely, secure telecommunications equipment, namely, telephones, personal digital assistants, electronic personal organizers, network and wireless routers, multiplexers, ISDN interfaces, gateway routers in the nature of computer control hardware, computer hardware and recorded software for setting up and configuring wide area networks; secure telecommunications equipment incorporating discrete communications devices, namely, a network router and internet protocol link encryptor, in the nature of electronic encryption units for encrypting internet protocol link data; telecommunications equipment to provide satellite optimization by making accommodation for satellite delay and bandwidth restrictions, namely, network routers and multiplexers; multiplexers to provide baseband services over Internet protocols in military and government networks; telecommunications interfaces, namely, tactical secure voice, video and data military phones enabling communications through any IP device including computers and cell phones using analog radio interface/data routing capabilities for use over Internet protocol-based wide area networks and telecommunications interfaces; telecommunications apparatus, namely, routers, multiplexers, ISDN interfaces, gateway routers in the nature of computer control hardware, computer hardware and recorded software for setting up and configuring wide area networks; telephone apparatus; radio-telephone apparatus; optical fibers, optical fibers sold as a component of fiber optical cables; recorded telecommunications software for setting up and configuring wide area networks; electronic encryption units for encrypting video and sound signals and data; structural parts for all the aforesaid goods; electric and electronic connection fittings for all the aforesaid goods

70.

System and method of adaptive controlling of traffic using zone based occupancy

      
Application Number 16058343
Grant Number 10559198
Status In Force
Filing Date 2018-08-08
First Publication Date 2020-02-11
Grant Date 2020-02-11
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor
  • Price, Jeffery R.
  • Gee, Timothy F.

Abstract

Systems and methods for triggering changes to traffic signals based on the number and/or types of vehicles occupying a detection zone are disclosed. One aspect of the present disclosure includes a device with memory having computer-readable instructions stored therein and one or more processors. The one or more processors are configured to execute the computer-readable instructions to receive identification of zones and corresponding traffic light rules for a traffic intersection; and for each identified zone, detect a number of objects in the zone; based at least in part on the number of objects detected in the zone, determine if a corresponding condition is met; and upon determining that the corresponding condition is met for the zone, send a corresponding output signal to a traffic signal controller to change a traffic signal for the zone.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G08G 1/07 - Controlling traffic signals
  • G08G 1/01 - Detecting movement of traffic to be counted or controlled
  • G08G 1/04 - Detecting movement of traffic to be counted or controlled using optical or ultrasonic detectors

71.

Multi-wavelength Risley prisms for laser bore-sighting

      
Application Number 16515356
Grant Number 10571677
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-07-18
First Publication Date 2020-01-23
Grant Date 2020-02-25
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor
  • Maryfield, Tony
  • Roes, Michael
  • Dadkhah, Mahyar

Abstract

Techniques disclosed herein provide for substantially uniform steering of multiple laser beams of a laser rangefinder having different wavelengths, such as a rangefinder laser beam and a visible laser beam. This can allow a user of the laser rangefinder to use the visible laser beam to bore sight the range-finding laser beam to a weapon onto which the laser rangefinder is mounted. The uniform steering of the multiple laser beams can be done through the utilization of a Risley prism assembly with one or more Risley prisms having a center portion through which one laser beam travels and at least one annulus through which a second laser beam travels.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G01C 3/08 - Use of electric radiation detectors
  • G02B 23/14 - Viewfinders
  • F41G 3/32 - Devices for testing or checking
  • G02B 26/08 - Optical devices or arrangements using movable or deformable optical elements for controlling the intensity, colour, phase, polarisation or direction of light, e.g. switching, gating or modulating for controlling the direction of light
  • F41G 1/473 - Sighting devices for particular applications for lead-indicating or range-finding, e.g. for use with rifles or shotguns

72.

MULTI-WAVELENGTH RISLEY PRISMS FOR LASER BORE-SIGHTING

      
Application Number US2019042347
Publication Number 2020/018754
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-07-18
Publication Date 2020-01-23
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor
  • Maryfield, Tony
  • Roes, Michael
  • Dadkhah, Mahyar

Abstract

Techniques disclosed herein provide for substantially uniform steering of multiple laser beams of a laser rangefinder having different wavelengths, such as a rangefinder laser beam and a visible laser beam. This can allow a user of the laser rangefinder to use the visible laser beam to bore sight the range-finding laser beam to a weapon onto which the laser rangefinder is mounted. The uniform steering of the multiple laser beams can be done through the utilization of a Risley prism assembly with one or more Risley prisms having a center portion through which one laser beam travels and at least one annulus through which a second laser beam travels.

IPC Classes  ?

  • F41G 1/473 - Sighting devices for particular applications for lead-indicating or range-finding, e.g. for use with rifles or shotguns
  • G02B 5/04 - Prisms
  • G02B 26/08 - Optical devices or arrangements using movable or deformable optical elements for controlling the intensity, colour, phase, polarisation or direction of light, e.g. switching, gating or modulating for controlling the direction of light

73.

Dynamically responsive real-time positioning feedback system

      
Application Number 16421766
Grant Number 10634501
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-05-24
First Publication Date 2019-11-28
Grant Date 2020-04-28
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor
  • Kayhani, Niosha
  • Reymann, Steffen
  • Comber, Angus

Abstract

Systems, methods, and other techniques for providing dynamically responsive feedback to a transit user are disclosed. Location data regarding a plurality of locations of the transit user within a transit system may be detected by a tracking device. An intent to validate is received from the transit user. Based on the intent to validate, it is determined that a successful validation has occurred. Based on the location data, the plurality of locations are determined. Based on the plurality of locations, a location and a velocity of the transit user are determined. Instructions for a feedback signal are generated based on the location and the velocity. A feedback device positioned within the transit system is caused to output the feedback signal, indicating the successful validation.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G01C 21/16 - Navigation; Navigational instruments not provided for in groups by using measurement of speed or acceleration executed aboard the object being navigated; Dead reckoning by integrating acceleration or speed, i.e. inertial navigation
  • G01C 21/20 - Instruments for performing navigational calculations
  • G08B 5/36 - Visible signalling systems, e.g. personal calling systems, remote indication of seats occupied using electromagnetic transmission using visible light sources
  • G08B 3/00 - Audible signalling systems; Audible personal calling systems
  • G07B 15/02 - Arrangements or apparatus for collecting fares, tolls or entrance fees at one or more control points taking into account a variable factor such as distance or time, e.g. for passenger transport, parking systems or car rental systems
  • G07C 9/00 - Individual registration on entry or exit

74.

DYNAMICALLY RESPONSIVE REAL-TIME POSITIONING FEEDBACK SYSTEM

      
Application Number US2019033904
Publication Number 2019/226982
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-05-24
Publication Date 2019-11-28
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor
  • Kayhani, Niosha
  • Reymann, Steffen
  • Comber, Angus

Abstract

Systems, methods, and other techniques for providing dynamically responsive feedback to a transit user are disclosed. Location data regarding a plurality of locations of the transit user within a transit system may be detected by a tracking device. An intent to validate is received from the transit user. Based on the intent to validate, it is determined that a successful validation has occurred. Based on the location data, the plurality of locations are determined. Based on the plurality of locations, a location and a velocity of the transit user are determined. Instructions for a feedback signal are generated based on the location and the velocity. A feedback device positioned within the transit system is caused to output the feedback signal, indicating the successful validation.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G07B 15/02 - Arrangements or apparatus for collecting fares, tolls or entrance fees at one or more control points taking into account a variable factor such as distance or time, e.g. for passenger transport, parking systems or car rental systems
  • G07C 9/00 - Individual registration on entry or exit

75.

TACTICAL ENGAGEMENT SIMULATION (TES) ACOUSTIC ROCKET AND MISSILE OFFENSIVE SUPPORT SYSTEM (ARMOSS)

      
Application Number US2019032981
Publication Number 2019/222697
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-05-17
Publication Date 2019-11-21
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor
  • Armstrong, Martyn
  • Smiles, Neale
  • Parkinson, Alastair
  • Mayo, Jason

Abstract

Embodiments disclosed herein address these and other issues by enabling rocket/missile artillery unit integration into the TES environment without the need to incorporate anything into the existing fire control system of the rocket/missile artillery units. Embodiments include a vibration sensor, orientation sensors, and a military communications unit, where the vibration sensor detects the vibrational signature of the "ARM" switch of the artillery unit and informs the military communications device that the launcher is "engaged." The military communications unit can obtain orientation from the orientation sensors and pass engagement data (and orientation) to TES backend.

IPC Classes  ?

  • F41G 3/26 - Teaching or practice apparatus for gun-aiming or gun-laying
  • F41G 5/00 - Elevating or traversing control systems for guns
  • G09B 9/00 - Simulators for teaching or training purposes

76.

Tactical engagement simulation (TES) ground-based air defense platform

      
Application Number 16407390
Grant Number 10593224
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-05-09
First Publication Date 2019-11-14
Grant Date 2020-03-17
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor
  • Armstrong, Martyn
  • Smiles, Neale
  • Covil, Matt
  • Mcniff, Benedict Simon

Abstract

An aerial vehicle is described that is capable of interacting within a TES environment, and capable of acting as a Ground Based Air Defense (GBAD) platform to represent virtually any type of aircraft in the simulation. The aerial vehicle may include sensors for determining its own location and/or orientation, and may further carry a payload of components that can be assembled modularly to equipped the aerial vehicle with different types of functionality. Such functionality can include enabling the aerial vehicle to gather information regarding its surroundings, engage with other military entities within the TES environment, and/or enable other military entities within the TES environment to engage with it.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G09B 9/00 - Simulators for teaching or training purposes
  • B64C 39/02 - Aircraft not otherwise provided for characterised by special use
  • G01S 19/47 - Determining position by combining measurements of signals from the satellite radio beacon positioning system with a supplementary measurement the supplementary measurement being an inertial measurement, e.g. tightly coupled inertial
  • G05D 1/00 - Control of position, course, altitude, or attitude of land, water, air, or space vehicles, e.g. automatic pilot
  • G05D 1/10 - Simultaneous control of position or course in three dimensions

77.

TACTICAL ENGAGEMENT SIMULATION (TES) GROUND-BASED AIR DEFENSE PLATFORM

      
Application Number US2019031436
Publication Number 2019/217624
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-05-09
Publication Date 2019-11-14
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor
  • Armstrong, Martyn
  • Smiles, Neale
  • Covil, Matt
  • Mcniff, Benedict Simon

Abstract

An aerial vehicle is described that is capable of interacting within a TES environment, and capable of acting as a Ground Based Air Defense (GBAD) platform to represent virtually any type of aircraft in the simulation. The aerial vehicle may include sensors for determining its own location and/or orientation, and may further carry a payload of components that can be assembled modularly to equipped the aerial vehicle with different types of functionality. Such functionality can include enabling the aerial vehicle to gather information regarding its surroundings, engage with other military entities within the TES environment, and/or enable other military entities within the TES environment to engage with it.

IPC Classes  ?

  • F41G 3/02 - Aiming or laying means using an independent line of sight
  • F41G 3/04 - Aiming or laying means for dispersing fire from a battery
  • F41G 3/26 - Teaching or practice apparatus for gun-aiming or gun-laying
  • F41G 9/00 - Systems for controlling missiles or projectiles, not provided for elsewhere
  • G09B 9/00 - Simulators for teaching or training purposes

78.

Adaptive traffic control based on weather conditions

      
Application Number 16395079
Grant Number 10885779
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-04-25
First Publication Date 2019-10-31
Grant Date 2021-01-05
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor
  • Malkes, William A.
  • Overstreet, William S.
  • Price, Jeffery R.
  • Tourville, Michael J.

Abstract

A current or forecasted weather condition at an intersection or roadway may be identified using cameras and/or other weather sensors connected with traffic infrastructure installed at the intersection or roadway. Adverse traffic events typically associated with weather conditions of the same type as the identified weather condition may be determined, for example based on historical records of correlations between weather and traffic. The traffic infrastructure may adjust an option, for example by adjusting traffic signal timings, to mitigate the adverse traffic event in response to identifying the weather condition.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G08G 1/07 - Controlling traffic signals
  • G08G 1/01 - Detecting movement of traffic to be counted or controlled
  • G01W 1/10 - Devices for predicting weather conditions

79.

Adaptively controlling traffic movements for driver safety

      
Application Number 16395088
Grant Number 11107347
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-04-25
First Publication Date 2019-10-31
Grant Date 2021-08-31
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor
  • Malkes, William A.
  • Overstreet, William S.
  • Price, Jeffery R.
  • Tourville, Michael J.

Abstract

A camera whose field of view includes an intersection of thoroughfares captures images and/or video of the intersection. Based on the captured images and/or video, a computer system surveys vehicular traffic through the intersection visible and defines both a risk zone of the intersection and a safe zone associated with the intersection. The computer system identifies that an at-risk vehicle is present in the risk zone and automatically modifying a timing of a traffic signal indicator to allow the at-risk vehicle to pass through the risk zone into the safe zone, for example by extending a green or yellow light.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G08G 1/087 - Override of traffic control, e.g. by signal transmitted by an emergency vehicle
  • G08G 1/01 - Detecting movement of traffic to be counted or controlled
  • G08G 1/04 - Detecting movement of traffic to be counted or controlled using optical or ultrasonic detectors

80.

Correcting location data of connected vehicle

      
Application Number 16395807
Grant Number 10775473
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-04-26
First Publication Date 2019-10-31
Grant Date 2020-09-15
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor
  • Malkes, William A.
  • Overstreet, William S.
  • Price, Jeffrey R.
  • Tourville, Michael J.

Abstract

A vehicle and a traffic infrastructure device both determine their respective locations, at least one of which uses a positioning device to determine its location. At least one sends its respective location to the other, which compares the two locations, identifies a location difference, generates calibration information based on the location difference, and either calibrates the positioning device based on the calibration information or transmits the calibration information to the other device for the other device to calibrate the positioning device.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G01S 5/00 - Position-fixing by co-ordinating two or more direction or position-line determinations; Position-fixing by co-ordinating two or more distance determinations
  • G01S 5/02 - Position-fixing by co-ordinating two or more direction or position-line determinations; Position-fixing by co-ordinating two or more distance determinations using radio waves
  • G01S 7/40 - Means for monitoring or calibrating
  • G01S 19/49 - Determining position by combining or switching between position solutions derived from the satellite radio beacon positioning system and position solutions derived from a further system whereby the further system is an inertial position system, e.g. loosely-coupled

81.

LONG-RANGE OPTICAL TAG

      
Application Number US2019028837
Publication Number 2019/209901
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-04-24
Publication Date 2019-10-31
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor
  • Maryfield, Tony
  • Roes, Michael
  • Trissel, Richard

Abstract

Embodiments disclosed herein address these and other issues by providing for an optical tag that uses an optical assembly with beam splitters to allow for simultaneous detection and retro-modulation, as well as the use of a camera to facilitate alignment of the optical tag with a laser interrogator. Additional components may be used to allow for a large aperture to be used, to help maximize light received by the optical tag and minimize diffraction of retro-modulated light, which can significantly increase distances at which the optical tag can operate. Moreover, a beam splitter may further be used to balance the light directed toward an optical sensor and a retro-modulator, to help achieve optimal results.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G02B 27/14 - Beam splitting or combining systems operating by reflection only
  • H04B 10/11 - Arrangements specific to free-space transmission, i.e. transmission through air or vacuum
  • H04B 10/40 - Transceivers

82.

CORRECTING LOCATION DATA OF CONNECTED VEHICLE

      
Application Number US2019029706
Publication Number 2019/210314
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-04-29
Publication Date 2019-10-31
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor
  • Malkes, William, A.
  • Overstreet, William, S.
  • Price, Jeffery, R.
  • Tourville, Michael, J.

Abstract

A vehicle and a traffic infrastructure device both determine their respective locations, at least one of which uses a positioning device to determine its location. At least one sends its respective location to the other, which compares the two locations, identifies a location difference, generates calibration information based on the location difference, and either calibrates the positioning device based on the calibration information or transmits the calibration information to the other device for the other device to calibrate the positioning device.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G01S 7/40 - Means for monitoring or calibrating
  • G01C 21/28 - Navigation; Navigational instruments not provided for in groups specially adapted for navigation in a road network with correlation of data from several navigational instruments

83.

ADAPTIVELY CONTROLLING TRAFFIC MOVEMENTS FOR PEDESTRIAN SAFETY

      
Application Number US2019029719
Publication Number 2019/210316
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-04-29
Publication Date 2019-10-31
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor
  • Malkes, William, A.
  • Overstreet, Williams, S.
  • Price, Jeffery, R.
  • Tourville, Michael, J.

Abstract

The present disclosure is directed to methods and apparatus that monitor pedestrian traffic and that adjust the behavior of traffic signals at intersections and "walk" - "do not walk" indicators associated with particular crosswalks. Methods and apparatus consistent with the present disclosure may receive image or sensor data, may monitor the status of different traffic flow, and may adjust the timing of signal lights or walking indications as conditions change at an intersection. In certain instances, a traffic controller at one intersection may receive information collected by other traffic controllers along a set of streets that lead to a particular intersection. Traffic controllers that receive images of an intersection may identify partition the intersection into a set of safe and unsafe zones as those traffic controllers identify when pedestrians can safely cross an intersection.

IPC Classes  ?

  • B60Q 1/26 - Arrangement of optical signalling or lighting devices, the mounting or supporting thereof or circuits therefor the devices being primarily intended to indicate the vehicle, or parts thereof, or to give signals, to other traffic
  • B60Q 1/50 - Arrangement of optical signalling or lighting devices, the mounting or supporting thereof or circuits therefor the devices being primarily intended to indicate the vehicle, or parts thereof, or to give signals, to other traffic for indicating other intentions or conditions, e.g. request for waiting or overtaking
  • B60Q 1/52 - Arrangement of optical signalling or lighting devices, the mounting or supporting thereof or circuits therefor the devices being primarily intended to indicate the vehicle, or parts thereof, or to give signals, to other traffic for indicating other intentions or conditions, e.g. request for waiting or overtaking for indicating emergencies
  • G08G 1/16 - Anti-collision systems

84.

BROADCASTING DETAILS OF OBJECTS AT AN INTERSECTION

      
Application Number US2019029723
Publication Number 2019/210319
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-04-29
Publication Date 2019-10-31
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor
  • Malkes, William, A.
  • Overstreet, William, S.
  • Price, Jeffery, R.
  • Tourville, Michael, J.

Abstract

Methods and apparatus consistent with the present disclosure may receive different sets of image or sensor data that may be compared for inconsistencies. Each of these sets of received data may include images of a roadway or intersection that are processed to identify objects and object locations at or near the roadway/intersection. In certain instances data received from a camera at a traffic control system may be compared with data received from a computer at a vehicle. Alternatively or additionally, different sets of data acquired by a same or by different cameras may be compared for discrepancies. When one or more discrepancies are identified in different sets of received data, corrective actions may be initiated. In certain instances, such corrective actions may include recalibrating an image acquisition system or may include sending message to a vehicle computer that identifies the discrepancy.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G01S 1/00 - Beacons or beacon systems transmitting signals having a characteristic or characteristics capable of being detected by non-directional receivers and defining directions, positions, or position lines fixed relatively to the beacon transmitters; Receivers co-operating therewith
  • G07G 5/00 - Receipt-giving machines
  • G08G 1/00 - Traffic control systems for road vehicles

85.

MODIFYING OPERATIONAL SETTINGS OF A TRAFFIC SIGNAL

      
Application Number 16395033
Status Pending
Filing Date 2019-04-25
First Publication Date 2019-10-31
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor Overstreet, William S.

Abstract

The present disclosure is directed to methods and apparatus that manage the flow of traffic. Methods and systems consistent with the present disclosure may allow biometric information of individuals to be collected when access privileges associated with particular individuals are validated or updated. These methods may allow a supervisor to temporarily or permanently authorize certain employees to access components that are located within a traffic control cabinet and these methods may allow changes in traffic signal light timing to be authorized according to a set of rules. Such authorization rules may require proposed signal light timing changes to be approved by a supervisor before a proposed change is implemented. Methods and systems consistent with the present disclosure may also cause components within a control cabinet to be disabled or disconnected when a signal light control cabinet is accessed by unauthorized persons.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G08G 1/07 - Controlling traffic signals
  • G06F 21/32 - User authentication using biometric data, e.g. fingerprints, iris scans or voiceprints
  • G06F 21/62 - Protecting access to data via a platform, e.g. using keys or access control rules
  • G07C 9/00 - Individual registration on entry or exit

86.

Pedestrian walking routes using a smart traffic control system

      
Application Number 16395038
Grant Number 10629068
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-04-25
First Publication Date 2019-10-31
Grant Date 2020-04-21
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor
  • Malkes, William A.
  • Overstreet, William S.
  • Price, Jeffery R.
  • Tourville, Michael J.

Abstract

The present disclosure is directed to methods and apparatus for providing directions to user devices that belong to pedestrians or to individuals traveling on pedestrian pathways. Pedestrians or other users of user devices wishing to travel along pedestrian pathways toward a destination may be provided instructions according to a criterion, a basic assumption, or a rule. While commonly such criteria may relate to providing individuals with directions to walk from a current location to a specified destination in a minimal time, methods and apparatus consistent with the present disclosure may also allow for a user to specify other rules or criteria that are consistent with one or more objectives or parameters specified by that user. To accomplish this, information may be received from user devices and instructions may be sent to those user devices as users of those user devices progress toward respective destinations.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G08G 1/005 - Traffic control systems for road vehicles including pedestrian guidance indicator
  • H04W 4/02 - Services making use of location information
  • H04W 4/024 - Guidance services
  • G01C 21/34 - Route searching; Route guidance

87.

BROADCASTING DETAILS OF OBJECTS AT AN INTERSECTION

      
Application Number 16395137
Status Pending
Filing Date 2019-04-25
First Publication Date 2019-10-31
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor
  • Malkes, William A.
  • Overstreet, William S.
  • Price, Jeffery R.
  • Tourville, Michael J.

Abstract

Methods and apparatus consistent with the present disclosure may receive different sets of image or sensor data that may be compared for inconsistencies. Each of these sets of received data may include images of a roadway or intersection that are processed to identify objects and object locations at or near the roadway/intersection. In certain instances data received from a camera at a traffic control system may be compared with data received from a computer at a vehicle. Alternatively or additionally, different sets of data acquired by a same or by different cameras may be compared for discrepancies. When one or more discrepancies are identified in different sets of received data, corrective actions may be initiated. In certain instances, such corrective actions may include recalibrating an image acquisition system or may include sending message to a vehicle computer that identifies the discrepancy.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G08G 1/09 - Arrangements for giving variable traffic instructions
  • G08G 1/01 - Detecting movement of traffic to be counted or controlled
  • G06K 9/00 - Methods or arrangements for reading or recognising printed or written characters or for recognising patterns, e.g. fingerprints

88.

OPTIMIZING THE CONTENT OF A DIGITAL OMNIDIRECTIONAL IMAGE

      
Application Number 16395826
Status Pending
Filing Date 2019-04-26
First Publication Date 2019-10-31
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor
  • Gee, Timothy F.
  • Price, Jeffery R.

Abstract

Methods and systems of compression mapping for digital omnidirectional images are disclosed. A digital omnidirectional image may be captured and computationally resampled image in accordance with a reducing map. Such resampling may reduce the pixel density in image regions of non-interest and/or increase the pixel density in image regions of interest. Such resampled image may subsequently be compressed for transmission and other processing, which may further be based on the reducing map.

IPC Classes  ?

  • H04N 5/232 - Devices for controlling television cameras, e.g. remote control
  • G06T 9/00 - Image coding

89.

ADAPTIVELY CONTROLLING TRAFFIC MOVEMENTS FOR PEDESTRIAN SAFETY

      
Application Number 16395853
Status Pending
Filing Date 2019-04-26
First Publication Date 2019-10-31
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor
  • Malkes, William A.
  • Overstreet, William S.
  • Price, Jeffery R.
  • Tourville, Michael J.

Abstract

The present disclosure is directed to methods and apparatus that monitor pedestrian traffic and that adjust the behavior of traffic signals at intersections and “walk”-“do not walk” indicators associated with particular crosswalks. Methods and apparatus consistent with the present disclosure may receive image or sensor data, may monitor the status of different traffic flow, and may adjust the timing of signal lights or walking indications as conditions change at an intersection. In certain instances, a traffic controller at one intersection may receive information collected by other traffic controllers along a set of streets that lead to a particular intersection. Traffic controllers that receive images of an intersection may identify partition the intersection into a set of safe and unsafe zones as those traffic controllers identify when pedestrians can safely cross an intersection.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G08G 1/005 - Traffic control systems for road vehicles including pedestrian guidance indicator
  • G08G 1/01 - Detecting movement of traffic to be counted or controlled
  • G08G 1/16 - Anti-collision systems
  • G06T 7/70 - Determining position or orientation of objects or cameras
  • G06T 7/20 - Analysis of motion

90.

OPTIMIZING EMERGENCY SERVICES LOGISTICS USING DATA FROM A SMART TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM

      
Application Number 16395878
Status Pending
Filing Date 2019-04-26
First Publication Date 2019-10-31
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor
  • Malkes, William A.
  • Overstreet, Wlliam S.
  • Price, Jeffery R.
  • Tourville, Michael J.

Abstract

A method of determining optimal location for reaching destined locations by traversing traffic in a least time of determining is disclosed. Traffic information and incident information may be received using an input device. The traffic information and the incident information may be used to determine traffic and incidents associated with an area, and successively to determine a correlation score. The correlation score is calculated by analyzing the traffic information and the incident information. Further, an optimal location is determined based on the correlation score, for staging a first responder. Thus, the first responders could reach any of the destined locations in least time, when an incident occurs.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G06Q 50/26 - Government or public services
  • G08G 1/00 - Traffic control systems for road vehicles
  • G08G 1/087 - Override of traffic control, e.g. by signal transmitted by an emergency vehicle
  • G06Q 10/06 - Resources, workflows, human or project management, e.g. organising, planning, scheduling or allocating time, human or machine resources; Enterprise planning; Organisational models

91.

ADAPTIVELY CONTROLLING TRAFFIC MOVEMENTS FOR DRIVER SAFETY

      
Application Number US2019029710
Publication Number 2019/210315
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-04-29
Publication Date 2019-10-31
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor
  • Malkes, William, A.
  • Overstreet, William, S.
  • Price, Jeffrey, R.
  • Tourville, Michael, J.

Abstract

A camera whose field of view includes an intersection of thoroughfares captures images and/or video of the intersection. Based on the captured images and/or video, a computer system surveys vehicular traffic through the intersection visible and defines both a risk zone of the intersection and a safe zone associated with the intersection. The computer system identifies that an at-risk vehicle is present in the risk zone and automatically modifying a timing of a traffic signal indicator to allow the at-risk vehicle to pass through the risk zone into the safe zone, for example by extending a green or yellow light.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G08G 1/07 - Controlling traffic signals
  • B60Q 1/26 - Arrangement of optical signalling or lighting devices, the mounting or supporting thereof or circuits therefor the devices being primarily intended to indicate the vehicle, or parts thereof, or to give signals, to other traffic
  • B60Q 1/50 - Arrangement of optical signalling or lighting devices, the mounting or supporting thereof or circuits therefor the devices being primarily intended to indicate the vehicle, or parts thereof, or to give signals, to other traffic for indicating other intentions or conditions, e.g. request for waiting or overtaking
  • B60Q 1/52 - Arrangement of optical signalling or lighting devices, the mounting or supporting thereof or circuits therefor the devices being primarily intended to indicate the vehicle, or parts thereof, or to give signals, to other traffic for indicating other intentions or conditions, e.g. request for waiting or overtaking for indicating emergencies
  • G08G 1/095 - Traffic lights

92.

LONG-RANGE LASER RANGEFINDER

      
Application Number US2019026468
Publication Number 2019/199735
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-04-09
Publication Date 2019-10-17
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor
  • Maryfield, Tony
  • Dadkhah, Mahyar
  • Cugnetti, Christian

Abstract

A laser rangefinder system 110 utilizes a laser transmitter assembly with a fiber laser for generating a plurality of laser pulses 210 that are reflected off of a target 200 and received at a light receiver assembly that includes a light detector for detecting the reflected laser pulses 210. The plurality of reflected laser pulses are then used to determine an accurate distance from the laser rangefinder system 110 to the target 200. This can include taking an average of the distances calculated using each of the plurality of reflected laser pulses. Laser rangefinders 110 can be mounted to and used in conjunction with another apparatus, such as a weapon 120 and/or optical scope 130. This ensures the accuracy of range measurements taken by a laser rangefinder 110 with respect to the target 200. The laser rangefinder system 110 can additionally provide a ballistic solution. As such, environmental information is obtained from an environmental sensor and a ballistic solution is determined based on the determined distance from the target and on the information from the environmental sensor. The environmental sensor itself may comprise one or more types of sensors to sense one or more types of environmental factors. The environmental sensor may comprise an inclinometer, thermometer, barometer, humidity sensor, compass, wind sensor, or any combination thereof. A display of the laser rangefinder system 110 may show the ballistic solution.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G01S 17/88 - Lidar systems, specially adapted for specific applications
  • F41G 3/26 - Teaching or practice apparatus for gun-aiming or gun-laying

93.

Instrumented training mortar system

      
Application Number 16430112
Grant Number 10690446
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-06-03
First Publication Date 2019-09-19
Grant Date 2020-06-23
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor
  • Reymann, Steffen
  • Smith, Gavin

Abstract

A weapon training system including a magnetic sensor system is described. The magnetic sensor system is insertable into or integrated with a round of an indirect firing weapon and includes at least one magnetic sensor and a microcontroller communicatively coupled to the at least one magnetic sensor. The microcontroller is configured to perform operations including receiving at least one proximity signal from the at least one magnetic sensor indicating a proximity of at least one magnet of at least one charge to the at least one magnetic sensor, determining, based on the at least one proximity signal, that the at least one charge is removably attached to the round, generating an output signal indicating that the at least one charge is removably attached to the round, and wirelessly transmitting the output signal to an electronic device.

IPC Classes  ?

  • F41G 3/30 - Gun-laying apparatus
  • G01R 33/07 - Hall-effect devices
  • G01S 19/13 - Receivers
  • F42B 8/20 - Mortar grenades
  • F42B 30/10 - Mortar projectiles
  • F42B 30/12 - Mortar projectiles with provision for additional propulsive charges; with provision for varying the length
  • F41A 33/00 - Adaptations for training; Gun simulators
  • F41G 1/50 - Sighting devices for particular applications for trench mortars
  • F41G 3/26 - Teaching or practice apparatus for gun-aiming or gun-laying
  • G01S 5/00 - Position-fixing by co-ordinating two or more direction or position-line determinations; Position-fixing by co-ordinating two or more distance determinations
  • G01S 19/18 - Military applications
  • G01S 19/49 - Determining position by combining or switching between position solutions derived from the satellite radio beacon positioning system and position solutions derived from a further system whereby the further system is an inertial position system, e.g. loosely-coupled

94.

Integrated chip scale packages

      
Application Number 16433539
Grant Number 10553511
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-06-06
First Publication Date 2019-09-19
Grant Date 2020-02-04
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor Reid, J. Robert

Abstract

Chip scale package such as a chip scale package having a chip integrated therein to provide an integrated chip scale package.

IPC Classes  ?

  • H01L 23/13 - Mountings, e.g. non-detachable insulating substrates characterised by the shape
  • H01L 23/00 - SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES; ELECTRIC SOLID STATE DEVICES NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR - Details of semiconductor or other solid state devices
  • H01L 23/055 - Containers; Seals characterised by the shape the container being a hollow construction and having an insulating base as a mounting for the semiconductor body the leads having a passage through the base
  • H01L 21/48 - Manufacture or treatment of parts, e.g. containers, prior to assembly of the devices, using processes not provided for in a single one of the groups
  • H01L 21/52 - Mounting semiconductor bodies in containers
  • H01P 3/06 - Coaxial lines
  • H01L 23/66 - High-frequency adaptations
  • H01L 23/498 - Leads on insulating substrates

95.

Long-range optical tag

      
Application Number 16392873
Grant Number 10408935
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-04-24
First Publication Date 2019-09-10
Grant Date 2019-09-10
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor
  • Maryfield, Tony
  • Roes, Michael
  • Trissel, Richard

Abstract

Embodiments disclosed herein address these and other issues by providing for an optical tag that uses an optical assembly with beam splitters to allow for simultaneous detection and retro-modulation, as well as the use of a camera to facilitate alignment of the optical tag with a laser interrogator. Additional components may be used to allow for a large aperture to be used, to help maximize light received by the optical tag and minimize diffraction of retro-modulated light, which can significantly increase distances at which the optical tag can operate. Moreover, a beam splitter may further be used to balance the light directed toward an optical sensor and a retro-modulator, to help achieve optimal results.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G01S 17/02 - Systems using the reflection of electromagnetic waves other than radio waves
  • G01S 17/10 - Systems determining position data of a target for measuring distance only using transmission of interrupted, pulse-modulated waves
  • G06K 19/07 - Record carriers with conductive marks, printed circuits or semiconductor circuit elements, e.g. credit or identity cards with integrated circuit chips
  • G02B 26/08 - Optical devices or arrangements using movable or deformable optical elements for controlling the intensity, colour, phase, polarisation or direction of light, e.g. switching, gating or modulating for controlling the direction of light
  • G01S 7/484 - Transmitters

96.

TRANSIT GATELINE INCORPORATING DISPLAY-INTEGRATED BARRIERS

      
Application Number US2018062452
Publication Number 2019/160594
Status In Force
Filing Date 2018-11-26
Publication Date 2019-08-22
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor Sprogis, Robert

Abstract

Systems and methods for providing transit access using display-integrated barriers. One embodiment includes a gateline having a first display-integrated barrier configured to display a first visual message and to be moved to allow a holder of a portable electronic device to enter the transit system. The gateline may include a receiving antenna configured to receive a wireless electromagnetic signal transmitted by a portable electronic device. A transit server may transmit an inquiry signal regarding an aspect of the first visual message to the portable electronic device, receive a response signal, and analyze the response signal to determine that the response signal correctly verifies the aspect of the first visual message. The transit server may effect a transit data augmentation amount to an account associated with the portable electronic device.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G07B 15/04 - Arrangements or apparatus for collecting fares, tolls or entrance fees at one or more control points taking into account a variable factor such as distance or time, e.g. for passenger transport, parking systems or car rental systems comprising devices to free a barrier, turnstile or the like
  • G07C 9/02 - Turnstiles with registering means
  • G07C 9/00 - Individual registration on entry or exit
  • G06Q 30/02 - Marketing, e.g. market research and analysis, surveying, promotions, advertising, buyer profiling, customer management or rewards; Price estimation or determination

97.

DETECTION OF WIRELESS SIGNAL ABSORPTION USING POWER SENSING CIRCUITRY

      
Application Number US2019012470
Publication Number 2019/156762
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-01-07
Publication Date 2019-08-15
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor Fletcher, Graham

Abstract

Methods and devices for detecting wireless signal absorption using power sensing circuitry. One method includes receiving, by a receiving device having power sensing circuitry, a plurality of wireless signals from a plurality of transmitting devices. The power sensing circuitry may include a local oscillator, a mixer, and a band-pass filter. The method may also include detecting, by the power sensing circuitry, a plurality of power levels for the plurality of wireless signals, where each power level of the plurality of power levels corresponds one of the plurality of wireless signals. The method may further include analyzing, by one or more processors, the plurality of power levels to determine three characteristic power levels of the plurality of power levels. The method may further include calculating, by the one or more processors, an absorption amount based on the three characteristic power levels.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G01S 5/02 - Position-fixing by co-ordinating two or more direction or position-line determinations; Position-fixing by co-ordinating two or more distance determinations using radio waves
  • H04B 1/06 - Receivers

98.

Secondary card tap system

      
Application Number 16268140
Grant Number 10424037
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-02-05
First Publication Date 2019-08-08
Grant Date 2019-09-24
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor
  • Smith, Gavin
  • Vilhelmsen, Tom
  • Reymann, Steffen
  • Golding, Christopher

Abstract

A secondary validator includes a communications interface with a first antenna and a second antenna having a shorter signal range than the first antenna. The validator also includes a processor and a memory having instructions that, when executed by the processor cause the validator to receive, using the first antenna, vehicle information from a first vehicle that is within a signal range of the first antenna. The vehicle information includes route information associated with the first vehicle. The validator provides an indication for a passenger that has exited the first vehicle to check out, reads checkout information from a fare media using the second antenna, detects another vehicle present within a signal range of the first antenna, and provides the checkout information and at least a portion of the transit vehicle information to a primary validator positioned on the another vehicle for subsequent transmission to a transit system back office.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G06K 7/00 - Methods or arrangements for sensing record carriers
  • G06Q 50/30 - Transportation; Communications
  • H04W 12/00 - Security arrangements, e.g. access security or fraud detection; Authentication, e.g. verifying user identity or authorisation; Protecting privacy or anonymity
  • G06Q 20/10 - Payment architectures specially adapted for home banking systems

99.

SECONDARY CHECK OUT SYSTEM FOR TRANSIT MEDIA

      
Application Number US2019016639
Publication Number 2019/152984
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-02-05
Publication Date 2019-08-08
Owner CUBIC CORPORATION (USA)
Inventor
  • Smith, Gavin
  • Vilhemsen, Tom
  • Reymann, Steffen
  • Golding, Christopher

Abstract

A secondary validator includes a communications interface with a first antenna and a second antenna having a shorter signal range than the first antenna. The validator also includes a processor and a memory having instructions that, when executed by the processor cause the validator to receive, using the first antenna, vehicle information from a first vehicle that is within a signal range of the first antenna. The vehicle information includes route information associated with the first vehicle. The validator provides an indication for a passenger that has exited the first vehicle to check out, reads checkout information from a fare media using the second antenna, detects another vehicle present within a signal range of the first antenna, and provides the checkout information and at least a portion of the transit vehicle information to a primary validator positioned on the another vehicle for subsequent transmission to a transit system back office.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G07B 15/02 - Arrangements or apparatus for collecting fares, tolls or entrance fees at one or more control points taking into account a variable factor such as distance or time, e.g. for passenger transport, parking systems or car rental systems
  • G06Q 20/32 - Payment architectures, schemes or protocols characterised by the use of specific devices using wireless devices
  • G06Q 50/30 - Transportation; Communications
  • H04W 4/46 - Services specially adapted for particular environments, situations or purposes for vehicles, e.g. vehicle-to-pedestrians [V2P] for vehicle-to-vehicle communication [V2V]

100.

Crowd size estimation based on wireless signal absorption

      
Application Number 16225239
Grant Number 10374646
Status In Force
Filing Date 2018-12-19
First Publication Date 2019-08-06
Grant Date 2019-08-06
Owner Cubic Corporation (USA)
Inventor Fletcher, Graham

Abstract

Methods and devices for detecting wireless signal absorption using power sensing circuitry. One method includes receiving, by a receiving device having power sensing circuitry, a plurality of wireless signals from a plurality of transmitting devices. The power sensing circuitry may include a local oscillator, a mixer, and a band-pass filter. The method may also include detecting, by the power sensing circuitry, a plurality of power levels for the plurality of wireless signals, where each power level of the plurality of power levels corresponds one of the plurality of wireless signals. The method may further include analyzing, by one or more processors, the plurality of power levels to determine three characteristic power levels of the plurality of power levels. The method may further include calculating, by the one or more processors, an absorption amount based on the three characteristic power levels.

IPC Classes  ?

  • H04B 1/10 - Means associated with receiver for limiting or suppressing noise or interference
  • H04B 17/20 - Monitoring; Testing of receivers
  • H04B 1/16 - Circuits
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