Category Archives: Patents
Patent Awarded for System and Method for Automatically Determining Purpose Information for Travel Behavior
On June 2, 2015, the United States Patent Office awarded Patent No. 9,047,384, System and Method for Automatically Determining Purpose Information for Travel Behavior to a team of researchers from the National Center for Transit Research (www.nctr.usf.edu) and College of Computer Science … Continue reading
United States Patent 8924536 | Issue Date of U.S. Patent December 30, 2014 A distributed and decentralized location-aware system that includes a number of peers, each in communication with other peers and adapted to communicate PING, PONG, and ALERT messages. … Continue reading
System And Method For Spatial Point-Of-Interest Generation And Automated Trip Segmentation Using Location Data
United States Patent 8843315 | Issue Date of U.S. Patent September 23, 2014 This invention is a spatial data processing system and method that allows the automatic, rapid, scalable analysis and transformation of large amounts of travel behavior data (e.g., … Continue reading
USF’s recent partnership with EmergenSee, which licensed mobile alert technology developed by researchers at the Center for Urban Transportation Research and the Department of Computer Science & Engineering, was featured on Bay News 9. Click here to see the video.
USF recently licensed U.S. Patent # 8,045,954 – Wireless Emergency-Reporting System to EmergenSee, a leading provider of mobile apps for personal safety and security. EmergenSee is the only live-streaming video security system on the market. Read more in the Tampa Bay … Continue reading