Patents by Inventor Robert Eisenman

Robert Eisenman has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

Panic Device with 2-Way Communication

Publication number: 20170061780

Abstract: A panic device operable in conjunction with a local device is configured to unlock a locking mechanism. The panic device can take the form of an electronic key fob, a key shaft, or a key holder. A first trigger on the panic device triggers a local alarm that is on-board or off-board the panic device. A second trigger on the panic device can activate an alarm circuitry that utilizes a local device to provide position information to a distant dispatch station. The local device uses a GPS-aware circuitry or other non-GPS means such as triangulation to determine the position information. The position information can then be sent to the distant dispatch station with or without the aid of the local device.

Type: Application

Filed: November 14, 2016

Publication date: March 2, 2017

Inventor: Robert Eisenman

Panic device with 2-way communication

Patent number: 9495850

Abstract: A panic device operable in conjunction with a local device is configured to unlock a locking mechanism. The panic device can take the form of an electronic key fob, a key shaft, or a key holder. A first trigger on the panic device triggers a local alarm that is on-board or off-board the panic device. A second trigger on the panic device can activate an alarm circuitry that utilizes a local device to provide position information to a distant dispatch station. The local device uses a GPS-aware circuitry or other non-GPS means such as triangulation to determine the position information. The position information can then be sent to the distant dispatch station with or without the aid of the local device.

Type: Grant

Filed: February 17, 2015

Date of Patent: November 15, 2016

Assignee: Global Life-Line, Inc.

Inventor: Robert Eisenman

Identification Card Holder With Personal Locator

Publication number: 20160240075

Abstract: An ID card and/or cell phone holder provides position identification, 2-way communication, and panic control features for emergency communication. Contemplated holders include those configured as a wallet, arm band, belt clip, or money clip, and can additionally or alternatively be adapted for use with a key ring, lanyard, or other carrying adapter. Position identification circuitry, the communication circuitry, and the panic control interface can be physically distributed between or among at least first and second cards or other components.

Type: Application

Filed: February 18, 2015

Publication date: August 18, 2016

Inventor: Robert Eisenman

Panic device with local alarm and distal signaling capability

Patent number: 9142110

Abstract: A panic device operable in conjunction with a local device is configured to unlock a locking mechanism. The panic device can take the form of an electronic key fob, a key shaft, or a key holder. A first trigger on the panic device triggers a local alarm that is on-board or off-board the panic device. A second trigger on the panic device can activate an alarm circuitry that utilizes a local device to provide position information to a distant dispatch station. The local device uses a GPS-aware circuitry or other non-GPS means such as triangulation to determine the position information. The position information can then be sent to the distant dispatch station with or without the aid of the local device.

Type: Grant

Filed: May 4, 2010

Date of Patent: September 22, 2015

Assignee: Global Life-Line, Inc.

Inventors: Robert D. Fish, Robert Eisenman

Panic device with local alarm and distal signaling capability

Patent number: 9142109

Abstract: A panic device operable in conjunction with a local device is configured to unlock a locking mechanism. The panic device can take the form of an electronic key fob, a key shaft, or a key holder. A first trigger on the panic device triggers a local alarm that is on-board or off-board the panic device. A second trigger on the panic device can activate an alarm circuitry that utilizes a local device to provide position information to a distant dispatch station. The local device uses a GPS-aware circuitry or other non-GPS means such as triangulation to determine the position information. The position information can then be sent to the distant dispatch station with or without the aid of the local device.

Type: Grant

Filed: July 15, 2008

Date of Patent: September 22, 2015

Assignee: Global Life-Line, Inc.

Inventors: Robert D. Fish, Robert Eisenman

Panic device with local alarm and distal signaling capability

Patent number: 9087442

Abstract: A panic device operable in conjunction with a local device is configured to unlock a locking mechanism. The panic device can take the form of an electronic key fob, a key shaft, or a key holder. A first trigger on the panic device triggers a local alarm that is on-board or off-board the panic device. A second trigger on the panic device can activate an alarm circuitry that utilizes a local device to provide position information to a distant dispatch station. The local device uses a GPS-aware circuitry or other non-GPS means such as triangulation to determine the position information. The position information can then be sent to the distant dispatch station with or without the aid of the local device.

Type: Grant

Filed: June 3, 2014

Date of Patent: July 21, 2015

Assignee: Global Life-Line, Inc.

Inventor: Robert Eisenman

Panic Device For Communication with Dispatcher

Publication number: 20150161879

Abstract: A panic device operable in conjunction with a local device is configured to unlock a locking mechanism. The panic device can take the form of an electronic key fob, a key shaft, or a key holder. A first trigger on the panic device triggers a local alarm that is on-board or off-board the panic device. A second trigger on the panic device can activate an alarm circuitry that utilizes a local device to provide position information to a distant dispatch station. The local device uses a GPS-aware circuitry or other non-GPS means such as triangulation to determine the position information. The position information can then be sent to the distant dispatch station with or without the aid of the local device.

Type: Application

Filed: February 17, 2015

Publication date: June 11, 2015

Inventor: Robert Eisenman

Panic Device with 2-Way Communication

Publication number: 20150161878

Abstract: A panic device operable in conjunction with a local device is configured to unlock a locking mechanism. The panic device can take the form of an electronic key fob, a key shaft, or a key holder. A first trigger on the panic device triggers a local alarm that is on-board or off-board the panic device. A second trigger on the panic device can activate an alarm circuitry that utilizes a local device to provide position information to a distant dispatch station. The local device uses a GPS-aware circuitry or other non-GPS means such as triangulation to determine the position information. The position information can then be sent to the distant dispatch station with or without the aid of the local device.

Type: Application

Filed: February 17, 2015

Publication date: June 11, 2015

Inventor: Robert Eisenman

Panic Device With Local Alarm And Distal Signaling Capability

Publication number: 20140285321

Abstract: A panic device operable in conjunction with a local device is configured to unlock a locking mechanism. The panic device can take the form of an electronic key fob, a key shaft, or a key holder. A first trigger on the panic device triggers a local alarm that is on-board or off-board the panic device. A second trigger on the panic device can activate an alarm circuitry that utilizes a local device to provide position information to a distant dispatch station. The local device uses a GPS-aware circuitry or other non-GPS means such as triangulation to determine the position information. The position information can then be sent to the distant dispatch station with or without the aid of the local device.

Type: Application

Filed: June 3, 2014

Publication date: September 25, 2014

Applicant: Global Life-Line, Inc.

Inventor: Robert Eisenman

Panic device with local alarm and distal signaling capability

Patent number: 8742924

Abstract: A panic device operable in conjunction with a local device is configured to unlock a locking mechanism. The panic device can take the form of an electronic key fob, a key shaft, or a key holder. A first trigger on the panic device triggers a local alarm that is on-board or off-board the panic device. A second trigger on the panic device can activate an alarm circuitry that utilizes a local device to provide position information to a distant dispatch station. The local device uses a GPS-aware circuitry or other non-GPS means such as triangulation to determine the position information. The position information can then be sent to the distant dispatch station with or without the aid of the local device.

Type: Grant

Filed: July 26, 2013

Date of Patent: June 3, 2014

Assignee: Global Life-Line, Inc.

Inventor: Robert Eisenman

Panic Device With Local Alarm And Distal Signaling Capability

Publication number: 20140028455

Abstract: A panic device operable in conjunction with a local device is configured to unlock a locking mechanism. The panic device can take the form of an electronic key fob, a key shaft, or a key holder. A first trigger on the panic device triggers a local alarm that is on-board or off-board the panic device. A second trigger on the panic device can activate an alarm circuitry that utilizes a local device to provide position information to a distant dispatch station. The local device uses a GPS-aware circuitry or other non-GPS means such as triangulation to determine the position information. The position information can then be sent to the distant dispatch station with or without the aid of the local device.

Type: Application

Filed: July 26, 2013

Publication date: January 30, 2014

Inventor: Robert Eisenman

Panic Device With Local Alarm And Distal Signaling Capability

Publication number: 20100216423

Abstract: A panic device operable in conjunction with a local device is configured to unlock a locking mechanism. The panic device can take the form of an electronic key fob, a key shaft, or a key holder. A first trigger on the panic device triggers a local alarm that is on-board or off-board the panic device. A second trigger on the panic device can activate an alarm circuitry that utilizes a local device to provide position information to a distant dispatch station. The local device uses a GPS-aware circuitry or other non-GPS means such as triangulation to determine the position information. The position information can then be sent to the distant dispatch station with or without the aid of the local device.

Type: Application

Filed: May 4, 2010

Publication date: August 26, 2010

Inventors: Robert D. Fish, Robert Eisenman

Panic Device With Local Alarm And Distal Signaling Capability

Publication number: 20090021370

Abstract: A panic device operable in conjunction with a local device is configured to unlock a locking mechanism. The panic device can take the form of an electronic key fob, a key shaft, or a key holder. A first trigger on the panic device triggers a local alarm that is on-board or off-board the panic device. A second trigger on the panic device can activate an alarm circuitry that utilizes a local device to provide position information to a distant dispatch station. The local device uses a GPS-aware circuitry or other non-GPS means such as triangulation to determine the position information. The position information can then be sent to the distant dispatch station with or without the aid of the local device.

Type: Application

Filed: July 15, 2008

Publication date: January 22, 2009

Inventors: Robert D. Fish, Robert Eisenman

SafeKey was invented when a victim was immobilized and suddenly realized he was in real trouble, and needed real help, right now, right at his fingertips. His car keys were in his hand.