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Times Three Wireless Files Six New Patent Applications
Times Three Wireless Inc. (TSX VENTURE:TTW) ("Times Three" or the "Company") announced today that it has filed six new US patent applications related to its wireless location tracking and wireless data communication technologies.
Times Three's new patent applications cover communications protocols and devices, including the Company's new hybrid beacon designs, that provide location tracking assisted by GPS technology for applications in automotive monitoring, remote utility meter reading, intelligent traffic signs, road condition telemetry, vending machine reporting, road construction equipment reporting and smart grids. These important technologies are expected to become pervasively adopted in the future, involving significant numbers of wireless devices.
"We are continuing our efforts to develop and enhance Times Three's existing fundamental patent portfolio by filing these applications. We are pleased to have filed for a total of nineteen new patents over the past 10 months," said William Middleton, Times Three's CEO.
About Times Three
Times Three, originally founded in 1995 as Cell-Loc Inc., is a technology innovation and licensing company based in Calgary with offices in Toronto, Austin and Dallas. It has a long history of innovation and successful product development in wireless location technologies and continues to build and license its portfolio of important patents and intellectual property. The Company's current patent portfolio now consists of over 26 issued and pending patents in the USA and Japan.
The Company's proprietary narrow band location and telemetry technology has been successfully implemented in a 1500 square kilometer wireless network in São Paulo, Brazil.