Trover Group and its sister company alleged the global video surveillance products manufacturer infringed a patent relating to detection of changes in image pixilation.
SSI Staff · October 21, 2015
USPTO invalidates key claims in Alarm.com patent over mobile devices in a security and home automation ecosystem. Icontrol awarded new patent for integrating smart home systems with SHaaS (smart home as a service) platforms, central monitoring stations and mobile devices.
Julie Jacobson · September 23, 2015
The litigation covers surveillance used to monitor secure areas for real-time threat assessments, including the protection of government assets and officials.
SSI Staff · May 19, 2015
Allure Energy alleges that Honeywell infringed on patents related to smart thermostats, specifically technology pertaining to geo-fencing through GPS smart phones.
Julie Jacobson · February 05, 2015
In settling with Lutron on three patent-infringement claims, home automation giant Crestron will pay royalties on past and future sales of Infinet lighting controls.
By Julie Jacobson · March 11, 2014
Home automation and security service providers Alarm.com, iControl, Telguard and FrontPoint Security have dropped their lawsuits and negotiated cross-licensing agreements.
January 15, 2014
iControl Networks, a connected home technology provider, has filed a lawsuit against Alarm.com, claiming that the company’s interactive home security system infringed upon iControl’s patented technologies.
July 10, 2013
Following a year-long legal battle, ObjectVideo (OV) has dropped its patent infringement case with the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) against Samsung Techwin and Samsung Opto-Electronics America.
July 22, 2012
Video analytics provider ObjectVideo (OV), has filed a complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) against Sony, Samsung and Bosch, alleging that the companies infringed upon OV's patented technologies. OV filed a similar complaint against the same companies with Virginia's Eastern District Court in April.
Ashley Willis · July 06, 2011
Ending a near two-year patent infringement lawsuit, 2GIG Technologies will pay an undisclosed amount to license technology under Honeywell's so-called 148 Patent.
June 01, 2011