Cleartronic, Inc. has been issued patent #8, 135,001 by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, which sees confirmation of the company’s key technologies. The multi ad hoc interoperable communication networks patent will allow Cleartronic Inc. to integrate multi-band and multi-channel radio environments with other audio communication devices.
According to Kent Swan, Chief Technology Officer of Cleartronic, this patent will help further technology to allow the company to apply for additional patents that protect intellectual property.
Cleartronic’s interoperable communication systems and products have been deployed worldwide on university campuses, international airports, mining operations and government, oil and electric utilities to provide voice and alerting systems and communication for other incompatible devices where only 2-way radios would be used. Their systems allow PC and telephone systems to be integrated to enable instant personnel contact in time-sensitive operations.
“This patent is important in advancing Audiomate360 technology with third parties who wish to strategically partner with the company,” said Michael Gutowski, the company’s Vice-President of Product Development. He elaborated that the patent allows a licensing program for their hardware and software products which will help advance Audiomate360 to existing and future partners.
Cleartronic, Inc. creates and acquires subsidiary business enterprises that help develop, manufacture and sell consumer products and services in technology. The holding company’s central mission is to apply underlying core technology and push it to high-growth market applications that include large domestic and global markets in consumer products.
Cleartronic is currently considering investment and growth opportunities in cloud communications, machine-to-machine applications and in managing energy consumption. The company operates under the VoiceInterop (News - Alert) brand name in installing unified group communication solutions, and is also developing a hosted solution that will see its enterprise level customers enjoy better voice interoperability with their devices.
Edited by Braden Becker