Salamander

  • Accountability Patent #1 – No. 5,596,652:  Protects use of qualifications or certifications in machine-readable media (PDF417 barcode) on an ID tag for the purpose of assigning and accounting for personnel at an incident.
    http://www.google.com/patents/US5596652

  • Accountability Patent #2 – No. 5,793,882: Continuation-in-art of the above covering all machine-readable media (barcode, RFID, smartcard, etc.) that carries qualification information used for accountability (or site access…).
    http://www.google.com/patents/US5793882

  • Victim Tracking Patent – No. 6,761,312: Protects the use of a high-capacity ID tags to track victims where at least the person’s triage priority is contained in machine-readable media along with other demographic/victim info.
    http://www.google.com/patents/US6761312

  • rapidTAG™ Patent – No. 7,191,934: Protects a system whereby you strip data off of pre-existing identification cards (e.g. Driver’s Licenses) to create incident-specific credentials which are used for tracking personnel.
    http://www.google.com/patents/US7191934

  • Interlinking Electronic Identities – Patent Pending No. 13/256,378: Covers the use of cell-enabled devices as an identity/collector unit/management unit for personnel accountability during incidents. Rejection/response cycle with examiner.
    http://www.google.com/patents/US9497610

  • United States Patent – No. 8,995,946: System and method for accountability by interlinking electronic identities for access control and tracking of personnel during an incident or at an emergency scene.
    http://www.google.com/patents/US8995946

  • United States Patent – No. 9,497,610: System and method for accountability by interlinking electronic identities for access control and tracking of personnel during an incident or at an emergency scene.
    http://www.google.com/patents/US9497610

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  • Smartcard Accessed Dual Server Electronic Data Storage System – No. 8239627: A secure, electronic data maintenance system and associated removable memory storage devices (e.g., smartcards). The system includes a first remote server that stores card holder information associated with multiple card holders, and a second remote server that stores electronic data associated with the cardholders.
    http://www.google.com/patents/US8239627

  • Personal Health Card Accessed Secure Medical Data Storage System – No. 7424437: A system and method provides central storage of patient health records and allows for temporal access to be provided by the patient and other individual and healthcare providers.
    http://www.google.com/patents/US7424437

  • Secure Medical Records Maintenance System – No. 7092891: A secure medical records maintenance system including a first server that stores patient identification information indexed by patient identification numbers (PINs) and a second server that stores patient medical data indexed by medical record identification numbers.
    http://www.google.com/patents/US7092891

  • Personal Health Card Accessed Secure Medical Data Storage System – No. 2487232: A secure medical records maintenance system and associated removable memory storage devices referred to as a “personal health card” for accessing the system.


  • RFID Reporting Personal Health Card And Related Systems – No. 8066192: A personal healthcard that includes a smartcard with an RFID device that automatically reports certain RFID response information when illuminated by an interrogation signal from an RFID reader, such as an authorized first responder device issued to police, fire, lifeguard, or EMT personnel.
    http://www.google.com/patents/US8066192

  • Smartcard Reader And Charging Station – No. D656151: The ornamental design for a smartcard reader and charging station.
    http://www.google.com/patents/USD656151

  • Smartcard With iChip Contact Pad – No. D686214: The ornamental design for a smartcard with iChip contact pad.
    http://www.google.com/patents/USD686214

  • RFID Reporting Personal Health Card and Related Systems – No. 8800877: A personal healthcard that includes a smartcard with an RFID device that automatically reports certain RFID response information when illuminated by an interrogation signal from an RFID reader, such as an authorized first responder device issued to police, fire, lifeguard, or EMT personnel.
    http://www.google.com/patents/US8800877

  • Smartcard Reader – No. D667402: The ornamental design of a smartcard reader.
    http://www.google.com/patents/USD667402

  • Charger for Smartcard Reader – No. D667403: The ornamental design for a smartcard reader and charging station.
    http://www.google.com/patents/USD667403

  • Federated ID Secure Virtual Terminal Emulation Smartcard – No. 8678294: A smartcard using a combination of secure virtual terminal emulation implemented by the smartcard and Federated ID information stored on the smartcard (and optionally on a transaction processor server) to provide secure verification of the personal identity of the cardholder.
    http://www.google.com/patents/US8678294

  • Electronic Health Record System – File #28505-24869/PCT (PENDING): A system and method provides central storage of patient health records and allows for temporal access to be provided by the patient and other individual and healthcare providers.


  • Electronic Health Record System – File #28505-24869/US (PENDING): A system and method provides central storage of patient health records and allows for temporal access to be provided by the patient and other individual and healthcare providers.


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