Patents by Inventor Brian Pemberton

Brian Pemberton 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).

  • Publication number: 20180074464
    Abstract: A wearable electronic device having at least one analog information indicator; a digital display for displaying information; at least one actuation mechanism, coupled to the at least one analog information indicator, for rotating the at least one analog information indicator in at least one of a clockwise and counterclockwise direction; and a controller, operatively coupled to the at least one actuation mechanism and the digital display, for coordinating the positioning of the at least one analog information indicator based on the information being displayed on the digital display. A method of facilitating the display of information on a digital display of a wearable electronic device is also provided.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 9, 2016
    Publication date: March 15, 2018
    Inventors: Thomas Essery, Brian Pemberton
  • Publication number: 20170181508
    Abstract: A device for carrying cordage includes a flexible, elongate and planar inner core having two opposite longitudinal sides and two opposite ends; and a cord wound around the two opposite longitudinal sides of the inner core along a longitudinal direction between the two opposite ends. The inner core and the wound cord together form an insert which has sufficient rigidity that facilitates full insertion of the insert into the sheath, strap, belt, or enclosure without bunching or kinking of the cord in a way that blocks a trailing portion of the cord from inserting into the sheath, strap, belt, or enclosure. A method for manufacturing the device is also disclosed.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 16, 2017
    Publication date: June 29, 2017
    Inventor: Brian Pemberton
  • Patent number: 9622552
    Abstract: A device for carrying cordage and survival tools including a flexible and elongate inner core, a cord wound around the inner core, and an outer sheath provided with an open end through which the inner core with the cord wound therearound is inserted. The outer sheath with the inner core and cord inside can be used as a watch strap for carrying thereon a watch case and a box disposed underneath the watch case for carrying survival tools. A method for manufacturing the device for carrying cordage and survival tools is also disclosed.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 16, 2016
    Date of Patent: April 18, 2017
    Assignee: Webbem Limited
    Inventor: Brian Pemberton
  • Publication number: 20160235168
    Abstract: A device for carrying cordage and survival tools including a flexible and elongate inner core, a cord wound around the inner core, and an outer sheath provided with an open end through which the inner core with the cord wound therearound is inserted. The outer sheath with the inner core and cord inside can be used as a watch strap for carrying thereon a watch case and a box disposed underneath the watch case for carrying survival tools. A method for manufacturing the device for carrying cordage and survival tools is also disclosed.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 16, 2016
    Publication date: August 18, 2016
    Inventor: Brian Pemberton
  • Patent number: 7904082
    Abstract: A system in a method are provided for sending and receiving messages between a point located on the ground and a point located on an aircraft via an Iridium Short Burst Data Service. The messages may conform to Airlines Electronic Engineering Committee (AEEC) Specification 618. The messages may be ground-to-air messages or air-to-ground messages. The messages may be ACARS messages and at least some of the messages may have a length exceeding a maximum payload of the Iridium Short Burst Data Service. ACARS messages, which exceed the maximum payload of the Iridium Short Burst Data Service may be segmented and each of the segments may be sent in respective Iridium Short Burst Data messages via the Iridium Short Burst Data Service. When the separate Iridium Short Burst Data messages are received, the segments may be combined to reconstruct the ACARS message for delivery to an intended destination.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 18, 2009
    Date of Patent: March 8, 2011
    Assignee: ARINC Incorporated
    Inventors: Debra J. Graves, Rolf Stefani, William Brian Pemberton, Alan Martin Williard, Ernest Joseph Siegrist
  • Patent number: 7904081
    Abstract: A system in a method are provided for sending and receiving messages between a point located on the ground and a point located on an aircraft via an Iridium Short Burst Data Service. The messages may conform to Airlines Electronic Engineering Committee (AEEC) Specification 618. The messages may be ground-to-air messages or air-to-ground messages. The messages may be ACARS messages and at least some of the messages may have a length exceeding a maximum payload of the Iridium Short Burst Data Service. ACARS messages, which exceed the maximum payload of the Iridium Short Burst Data Service may be segmented and each of the segments may be sent in respective Iridium Short Burst Data messages via the Iridium Short Burst Data Service. When the separate Iridium Short Burst Data messages are received, the segments may be combined to reconstruct the ACARS message for delivery to an intended destination.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 22, 2007
    Date of Patent: March 8, 2011
    Assignee: ARINC Incorporated
    Inventors: Debra J. Graves, Rolf Stefani, William Brian Pemberton, Alan Martin Williard, Ernest Joseph Siegrist
  • Publication number: 20100062761
    Abstract: A system in a method are provided for sending and receiving messages between a point located on the ground and a point located on an aircraft via an Iridium Short Burst Data Service. The messages may conform to Airlines Electronic Engineering Committee (AEEC) Specification 618. The messages may be ground-to-air messages or air-to-ground messages. The messages may be ACARS messages and at least some of the messages may have a length exceeding a maximum payload of the Iridium Short Burst Data Service. ACARS messages, which exceed the maximum payload of the Iridium Short Burst Data Service may be segmented and each of the segments may be sent in respective Iridium Short Burst Data messages via the Iridium Short Burst Data Service. When the separate Iridium Short Burst Data messages are received, the segments may be combined to reconstruct the ACARS message for delivery to an intended destination.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 18, 2009
    Publication date: March 11, 2010
    Applicant: ARINC Incorporated
    Inventors: Debra J. GRAVES, Rolf Stefani, William Brian Pemberton, Alan Martin Williard, Ernest Joseph Siegrist