TODAY’S PATENT – EMBEDDABLE WIRELESS SENSOR
Revolutionize data monitoring with the Embeddable Wireless Sensor – a groundbreaking invention designed to gather real-time data from within objects, enabling remote monitoring, optimized performance, and even predictive maintenance. Officially granted on January 10, 2023, under patent number USD974924S1, in U.S, this design patent represents a leap forward in the world of wireless sensor technology.
The visionary inventors behind this patent are Pouria Ghods from Gloucester, Rouhollah Alizadeh, Mustafa Salehi, and Sarah De Carufel from Nepean, and Andrew Fahim from Ottawa. The assignee of this patent is Giatec Scientific Inc., a Canadian-based company headquartered in Nepean, a developer and manufacturer of non-destructive testing quality control, and condition assessment devices for the construction industry.
This design patent focuses on the ornamental design of the Embeddable Wireless Sensor, showcasing its aesthetic appeal while emphasizing its advanced functionality.
As of now, the patent is active, ensuring the continued protection of this groundbreaking technology, promising years of innovation and advancement in the field of wireless sensing technology. The Embeddable Wireless Sensor by Giatec Scientific Inc. is more than just a device; it’s a testament to the potential of real-time data gathering and predictive maintenance.