Patents by Inventor David Reilly

David Reilly 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).

  • Patent number: 11109157
    Abstract: System, method, and apparatus including receiving an identification of content played by a playback system and an identification of location of the playback system. A playlist of content is associated with the location. A request is received to retrieve the playlist of content and the requested playlist of content is sent to a playback system.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 28, 2019
    Date of Patent: August 31, 2021
    Assignee: Sonos, Inc.
    Inventors: Mark Triplett, Jonathan P. Lang, Jonathon Reilly, David Taylor
  • Patent number: 8423670
    Abstract: A set of multiple servers in which each server (a) provides a service having a name or other identifier, and for which each server (b) has a network address that differs from the network addresses of the other servers in the set, and (c) is co-located with a resolution mechanism that maps a name or other identifier of the service that is received from a client to a network address that is local to the resolution mechanism. The resolution mechanisms are operated to enable a client to choose one of the servers as being currently operational and/or accessible to provide the service to the client, and to so choose the server without the client needing to first access the chosen server.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 25, 2006
    Date of Patent: April 16, 2013
    Assignee: Corporation for National Research Initiatives
    Inventor: Sean David Reilly
  • Publication number: 20080091142
    Abstract: An injector system includes a source of injection fluid, a pump device, a fluid path set disposed between the source of injection fluid and the pump device, a fluid control device operatively associated with the fluid path set and a hand held control device for controlling the flow rate of the injection fluid. The hand held control device includes a piston slideably disposed within a chamber and adapted to engage a switch that controls the flow rate of the injection fluid. The fluid control device is adapted to permit purging of air from the fluid path set and to stop flow of the injection fluid to a patient at substantially any pressure or flow rate generated by the pump device for delivering a sharp bolus of the injection fluid to the patient. The fluid control device is preferably part of the fluid path set between the source of injection fluid and the pump device.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 6, 2007
    Publication date: April 17, 2008
    Applicant: MEDRAD, INC.
    Inventors: Frederick Trombley, Robert Schmidt, David Reilly, Alan Hirschman, David Griffiths, Gerald Callan, Luis Pedraza, Jennie Kwo, Christopher Zirps, Roderick Beaulieu
  • Publication number: 20080071220
    Abstract: A fluid delivery system includes a fluid container, two or more pressurizing chambers in fluid connection with the fluid container, a drive mechanism in operative connection with the two or more pressurizing chambers to pump fluid from the fluid container and an outlet in fluid connection with the two or more pressurizing chambers. Each of the two or more pressurizing chambers is formed from a flexible, resilient material that is adapted to be compressed to pressurize fluid therewithin.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 20, 2007
    Publication date: March 20, 2008
    Applicant: MEDRAD, INC.
    Inventors: Edward Rhinehart, Dennis Hack, David Reilly, John Kalafut
  • Publication number: 20080071219
    Abstract: An injection system includes a fluid delivery system, a drive mechanism, a controller and a tubing set. The fluid delivery system includes a fluid container and a pumping mechanism having an inlet in fluid connection with the fluid container and an outlet. The tubing set is adapted to be placed in removable fluid connection with the outlet of the pumping mechanism and a patient. The drive mechanism is in operative connection with the pumping mechanism to pump fluid from the fluid container. First and second information stores, such as bar codes or RFID tags, are associated with the pumping mechanism and the tubing set, respectively. The controller is in operative connection with the drive mechanism and adapted to read the first information store and the second information store to at least partly control the operation of the drive mechanism based thereon.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 21, 2007
    Publication date: March 20, 2008
    Applicant: MEDRAD, INC.
    Inventors: Edward Rhinehart, Dennis Hack, David Reilly, John Kalafut
  • Publication number: 20070253713
    Abstract: Solar blind ultraviolet communication systems can provide short to medium range non line-of-sight and line-of-sight links which are covert and insensitive to meteorological conditions. Operation in the solar blind region provides zero background conditions and strong scattering interactions. Scattering provides the basis for transferring information when non line-of-sight conditions exist. Zero background conditions are a result of strong absorption of solar radiation in the upper atmosphere. These conditions make it possible to operate very sensitive wide field-of-view quantum noise limited photon counting receivers, and provide communication systems that perform very differently than free space optical systems that operate in other spectral regions. These systems may be compact and require very low primary power for operation. Non line-of-sight ultraviolet communication systems can provide reliable inter-nodal communications for unattended ground sensor networks.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 25, 2005
    Publication date: November 1, 2007
    Applicant: BAE SYSTEMS INFORMATION AND ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS INTEGRATION INC.
    Inventors: David Reilly, Daniel Moriarty, Warren Clark, John Maynard
  • Publication number: 20070197963
    Abstract: A combined fluid injection and inflation system is disclosed and includes a fluid delivery system including at least one pressurizing device, a fluid path, and a control unit. The fluid path is adapted to connect the pressurizing device to a patient via a catheter including a balloon and inserted in the patient. The control unit is operable to control the fluid delivery system. In operation, the control unit selectively actuates the fluid delivery system to operate in a fluid injection mode or in a balloon inflation mode. In the fluid injection mode the pressurizing device delivers fluid to the fluid path for a fluid injection procedure. In the balloon inflation mode, the pressurizing device delivers fluid to the fluid path for inflating the balloon associated with the catheter. An operator control may be connected to the control unit for controlling the fluid delivery system and may be a handheld device.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 21, 2006
    Publication date: August 23, 2007
    Inventors: David Griffiths, Rosemary Almon-Martin, Alan Hirschman, David Reilly, Mark Trocki, Frederick Trombley, Arthur Uber, Thomas Weich, William Jaecklein
  • Publication number: 20070106208
    Abstract: A system for injecting an injectate into patient includes a first pressurizable container for holding the injectate; a patient interface in fluid connection with the first pressurizable container, the patient interface being adapted to pass the injectate into tissue of the patient; a powered injector in operative connection with the first pressurizable container to pressurize the injectate; a controller system in operative connection with powered injector; and a stereotactic localization frame adapted to be placed in operative connection with the patient interface to assist in controlling localization of the patient interface. A system for processing cells (and/or other injectate components) includes a container and a plunger adapted to be slidably positioned within the container. The system includes at least one inlet port through which a fluid can enter the system and at least one effluent port through which an effluent can exit the system.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 28, 2006
    Publication date: May 10, 2007
    Applicant: MEDRAD, Inc.
    Inventors: Arthur Uber, Frederick Trombley, Eugene Gelblum, Edward Rhinehart, David Reilly, Page Cedarholm, Kevin Cowan, Mark Trocki, Alan Hirschman
  • Publication number: 20060211989
    Abstract: A fluid delivery system includes a container for fluid to be delivered to a patient, a continuous pump mechanism in non-removable fluid connection with the container, and an outlet in fluid connection with the pump mechanism.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 4, 2005
    Publication date: September 21, 2006
    Inventors: Edward Rhinehart, Dennis Hack, David Reilly, John Kalafut
  • Publication number: 20060184157
    Abstract: A syringe adapter, which permits use of syringes of various types and sizes to be used with a front-loading injector, includes a piston extension and an adapter face plate. The piston extension includes structure for connecting the piston extension to a drive piston of the injector and a plunger of the syringe. The adapter face plate includes a mounting device for attaching the adapter face plate to an injector and a recess for receiving the distal flange of the syringe. The adapter face plate may also include locking pivot arms for releasably engaging the syringe flange.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 22, 2006
    Publication date: August 17, 2006
    Inventors: Michael Spohn, Robert Ashcraft, Craig Bowser, P. Pavlik, Albert Yarzebinski, David Reilly, Joseph Havrilla
  • Publication number: 20060184124
    Abstract: An injector for injection a fluid into a patient, including: a first pressurizing mechanism adapted to operatively connect with a first fluid container to pressurize fluid therein; at least a second pressurizing mechanism to operatively connect with a second fluid container to pressurize a fluid therein; a single drive; and a transmission to control how power from the drive is distributed to the first pressurizing mechanism of the first container and to the second pressurizing mechanism of the second container to control injection of fluid from the first container and from the second container. The drive can, for example, be an electric motor or other drive.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 21, 2006
    Publication date: August 17, 2006
    Inventors: Kevin Cowan, David Reilly, Joseph Fularz, Paul Swartz, Mark Trocki, David Mishler
  • Publication number: 20060178632
    Abstract: An injector system includes a powered injector, a pressurizing chamber in operative connection with the powered injection, a fluid path in fluid communication with the pressurizing chamber, and a manual control in fluid connection with the fluid path. The manual control includes at least one actuator for controlling the injector through application of force by an operator. The actuator provides tactile feedback of pressure in the fluid path to the operator via a fluid connection therewith. An injection system for use in angiography includes a source of saline, a pump in fluid connection with the source of saline to pressurized the saline, a source of contrast, a contrast valve in fluid connection with the source of contrast, a powered injector in fluid connection with the contrast valve, and a pressure isolation mechanism.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 29, 2005
    Publication date: August 10, 2006
    Inventors: Frederick Trombley, Robert Schmidt, David Reilly, Alan Hirschman, David Griffiths, Gerald Callan, Luis Pedraza, Jennie Kwo, Christopher Zirps, Roderick Beaulieu
  • Publication number: 20060151775
    Abstract: Ionisation of one of a pair of dopant atoms (11, 12) in a substrate (13) creates a double well potential, and a charge qubit is realised by the location of one or more electrons or holes (14) within this potential. The dopant atoms may comprise phosphorous atoms, located in a silicon substrate. A solid state quantum computer may be formed using a plurality of pairs of dopant atoms (11, 12), corresponding gate electrodes (22, 23), and read-out devices comprising single electron transistors (24).
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 20, 2003
    Publication date: July 13, 2006
    Inventors: Lloyd Christopher Hollenberg, Andrew Dzurak, Cameron Wellard, Alexander Hamilton, David Reilly, Gerard Milburn, Robert Clark
  • Publication number: 20050063248
    Abstract: An adapter for use with a powered injector imparts agitating motion to a syringe, which is connectable to the powered injector. The powered injector includes a drive member to impart motion to a plunger slidably disposed within the syringe. The adapter includes an injector attachment mechanism to attach the adapter to the powered injector and a syringe interface to attach the syringe to the adapter. The adapter preferably further includes an intermediate drive member having a drive attachment to attach the intermediate drive member to the drive member of the powered injector and a plunger attachment member to attach the intermediate drive member to the syringe plunger. The intermediate drive member is operable to translate motion of the drive member of the powered injector to the syringe plunger. The adapter also includes at least one powered agitator to provide agitating motion the syringe interface.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 22, 2004
    Publication date: March 24, 2005
    Inventors: David Reilly, David Griffiths
  • Publication number: 20050059932
    Abstract: An injector system includes an injector and a syringe. The injector includes a housing having a front wall, a drive member moveable through the front wall of the housing, and a pressure jacket assembly for operably associating the syringe with the housing. The pressure jacket assembly includes a rearward end mounted on the front wall of the housing and a forward open end for receiving the syringe therethrough. The syringe includes a body having a main section, a conical section in fluid communication with the main section and a fluid discharge section in fluid communication with the conical section. The syringe further includes a plunger movably disposed in the body. The plunger includes one or more hook members extending rearward from the plunger for connecting the plunger to the drive member of the injector. The syringe also includes a protrusion for facilitating handling of the syringe. Preferably, the protrusion is operably associated with and extends forwardly from the conical section of the body.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 5, 2004
    Publication date: March 17, 2005
    Inventors: David Reilly, Eugene Gelblum
  • Patent number: 5989805
    Abstract: Method of propagating viruses that replicate in embryonated eggs or in primary cultures of chicken embryo cells on an immortal, virus-free, contact-inhibited, and non-oncogenic chicken embryo cell line. The method supports replication of avian viruses of the Birnaviridae, Coronaviridae, Herpesviridae, Orthomyxoviridae, Paramyxoviridae, Picornaviridae, Polyomaviridae, Poxviridae, and Reoviridae families. The immortal cell line of the present invention supports replication of swine influenza virus, for instance. The cell line is useful for virus isolation diagnostic assays and for propagating virus suitable for live or killed vaccines.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 10, 1997
    Date of Patent: November 23, 1999
    Assignee: Board of Trustees operating Michigan State University
    Inventors: John David Reilly, Daniel C. Taylor, Roger Maes, Paul M. Coussens
  • Patent number: 5874303
    Abstract: Chicken cell lines which contain Marek's Disease Virus (MDV) which is present as a non-lytic or a lytic infection of the cell line and method of production are described. Methods and vaccines against avian MDV prepared from the cell lines are also described.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 30, 1997
    Date of Patent: February 23, 1999
    Assignee: Board of Trustees operating Michigan State University
    Inventors: Paul M. Coussens, John David Reilly, Amin Abujoub
  • Patent number: 5833980
    Abstract: Chicken cell lines which contain Marek's Disease Virus (MDV) which is present as a non-lytic or a lytic infection of the cell line and method of production are described. Methods and vaccines against avian MDV prepared from the cell lines are also described.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 21, 1996
    Date of Patent: November 10, 1998
    Assignee: Board of Trustess operating Michigan State University
    Inventors: Paul M. Coussens, John David Reilly, Amin Abujoub
  • Patent number: D623884
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 6, 2010
    Date of Patent: September 21, 2010
    Inventors: Paul C. Reilly, Karen J. Reilly, Michael D. Reilly, David Reilly