ProStar Is Awarded Key Canadian Patent for System and Method for Integration and Correlation of GIS Data
Wednesday, 14 February 2018 ProStar was issued a key Canadian patent that covers a computer implemented method for calculating tolerance zones for utility assets. The patented method helps to prevent damages to utilities and the environment during construction, maintenance and groundbreaking activities as well as severe conditions including weather, fires, and earthquakes.
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (PRWEB) February 14, 2018
A Canadian Patent No. 2846173, prepared by Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP, one of nation’s leading intellectual property law firms, has been granted. The patent covers a computer implemented method for calculating tolerance zones for utility assets. This method allows the user to receive data about an area related to a location of a utility asset within a region. The patented method helps to prevent damages to utilities and the environment during construction, maintenance and groundbreaking activities as well as severe conditions including weather, fires, and earthquakes.
“We are certainly excited to have played a significant role in the issuance of this Canadian patent for our client,” said Raymond R. Tabandeh, the LRRC partner who prosecuted the patent. Damages to buried utilities during excavation is a major problem in the U.S. and Canada, and in almost every case, it is caused by a lack of quality information. The damage is typically the result of the operators of the heavy equipment being unaware and uninformed of the location and proximity of buried utility lines relative to their digging operations.
ProStar‘s Chief Executive Officer, Page Tucker stated, “We are delighted to see this key patent issued, as it covers protecting buried assets during groundbreaking activities using our precision GPS, Mobile and Cloud technologies.” Today, ProStar’s Geospatial Intelligent Solutions™ utilize patented technologies and processes to provide the most advanced mobile mapping systems in the world. “Now with our ClickBeforeYouDig® software, mission critical location information will be made available in real-time at the fingertips of field personnel including excavators, so that better business decisions are made,” stated Mr. Tucker.· CLICKBEFOREYOUDIG is a registered trademark of Alberta One Call Corp.
About Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP
Ranked in the Top 50 Patent Firms in the US by Juristat, Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie’s patent attorneys have an undergraduate degree in science or engineering, and many of the attorneys have graduate degrees, enabling them to have a deeper understanding of clients’ technology. Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie serve clients along the full spectrum of disciplines mathematics, chemistry, physics, computer science, electrical engineering, even naval architecture. Extensive patent services include: Patent Prosecution, Patent Litigation, Design Patents, International Patent Protection, ITC Section 337 Litigation, Patent Opinions & Evaluations, Plant Variety, Prior Art Searches & Evaluations, and PTAB Proceedings.
About ProStar Geocorp
ProStar is a World Leader in developing Geospatial Intelligence Software. ProStar's flagship solution is Transparent Earth®, a natively Cloud and Mobile solution offered as Software as a Service. Transparent Earth is designed to improve asset management business practices by providing unprecedented geospatial intelligence and transparency. Transparent Earth enables real time access to critical information where and when it is most needed including in the office or out in the field. With Transparent Earth, companies can now streamline operations, monitor workflows, measure productivity and make more informed business decisions with a higher degree of confidence.
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