Adam Green 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).
Abstract: In aspects, indoor to outdoor wireless power delivery is described that provides continuous power through a building structure. A transmitter receives an indication of a required continuous power from a receiver, configures one or more settings to generate an electromagnetic field to transfer the required continuous power, and generates the electromagnetic field to transfer the required continuous power to the receiver. In other aspects of indoor to outdoor wireless power delivery, a transmitter and a receiver are aligned to provide continuous power through a building structure. The transmitter and the receiver enter an alignment mode, the transmitter produces an electromagnetic field to inductively transfer power to the receiver, and the receiver senses the electromagnetic field produced by the transmitter and provides an indication of an alignment of the transmitter and the receiver to a user of the system.
August 21, 2018
May 16, 2019
Peter J. Bevelacqua, Jacobi Colton Grillo, Ryan Kristopher Green, Daniel Adam Warren, Brian Mitchell Silverstein
Abstract: A user-friendly method for filtering LED products in order to identify a matching design ideal for a specific lighting application described by a user. The method includes first displaying a plurality of filter question, each associated with a plurality of answers. Next, a desired answer is received from a user account and is used to update an aggregate set of desired specifications with an at least one technical specification. The aggregate set of desired specifications is then compared against each of a plurality of LED designs in order to identify an at least one matching LED design. The aforementioned process is repeated as a plurality of iterations, with each iteration being associated with a filter question. Resultantly, the matching LED design of a last iteration is graphically displayed through a user computing device.
Abstract: In illustrative modes of practice, heliostat devices integrate light reflecting panels with a composite supporting structure that helps to provide the resultant assembly with structural integrity and stiffness. Light reflecting panels are coupled to the supporting, composite structure by a plurality of flexible connecting elements. Advantageously, the composite approach of the present invention effectively separates structural and thermal compensation functions. Specifically, the composite support structure helps to provide desired structural properties. In the meantime, the flexible connecting elements couple the top, light reflecting panel to the support structure in a manner that helps to isolate the top, light reflecting panel from thermal stresses that otherwise could cause undue slope errors.
April 28, 2016
May 10, 2018
Christian Gregory, Adam Green, Richard Ehrgott
Abstract: The present invention provides a thermal storage system that is easily integrated with a wide range of electric power systems. In particular, the principles of the present invention are easily implemented at a very large scale to integrate with larger scale grid systems. The thermal storage aspects of the present invention are cost effective to implement. Also, the manner in which the systems operate allow thinner, less expensive wiring to be used effectively. Because heavy wiring can be a significant part of startup expenses, the ability to use thinner gauge wiring provides significant cost savings. Further, the systems are quickly responsive to grid conditions and not only modulate energy storage but also modulate energy storage fast enough to respond to grid conditions in real time.