Patents by Inventor Jr-Hui Hsieh

Jr-Hui Hsieh 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: 10488246
    Abstract: An escape system for a sinking car and an ultrasonic component thereof are illustrated. In the present disclosure, an ultrasonic signal transmitting unit capable of emitting ultrasonic is installed on the car. When the car falls into the water, based upon an acoustic resistance concept which the ultrasonic propagated in air collides and transmits into the water, a difference between a reflection or transmittance rate of the ultrasonic and a corresponding set value can be calculated, or alternatively, a difference between a reflection time deviation or a reflection distance of the ultrasonic and a corresponding set value can be calculated. Therefore, a warning signal indicating that the car falls into the water can be fast sent, and this makes sure that the rescue opportunity which the car falls into the water can be grasped to decrease the damage or death of the user.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 5, 2018
    Date of Patent: November 26, 2019
    Inventor: Jr-Hui Hsieh
  • Patent number: 10352086
    Abstract: An escape system for a sinking car and an optoelectronic component thereof are disclosed. The optoelectronic component includes a housing and an optoelectronic module. The escape system for a sinking car includes an optoelectronic component and a motherboard. A lighting unit of the escape system for a sinking car and an optoelectronic component thereof is installed on a car to emit light. After the car fell into water, by the characteristic that when light passes through a medium, the attenuation in light energy can be detected effectively because light is absorbed by that medium (such as liquid), the car sinking signal can be received and transmitted quickly, thereby actually taking the opportunities of rescue to reduce casualties.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 7, 2017
    Date of Patent: July 16, 2019
    Inventor: Jr-Hui Hsieh
  • Publication number: 20190004264
    Abstract: An escape system for a sinking car and an optoelectronic component thereof are disclosed. The optoelectronic component includes a housing and an optoelectronic module. The escape system for a sinking car includes an optoelectronic component and a motherboard. A lighting unit of the escape system for a sinking car and an optoelectronic component thereof is installed on a car to emit light. After the car fell into water, by the characteristic that when light passes through a medium, the attenuation in light energy can be detected effectively because light is absorbed by that medium (such as liquid), the car sinking signal can be received and transmitted quickly, thereby actually taking the opportunities of rescue to reduce casualties.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 7, 2017
    Publication date: January 3, 2019
    Inventor: JR-HUI HSIEH
  • Patent number: 10150439
    Abstract: An escape system for a sinking car and an ultrasonic component thereof are disclosed. The ultrasonic component includes a housing and an ultrasonic module. The escape system for a sinking car includes an ultrasonic component and a motherboard. An ultrasonic signal transmission unit of the escape system for a sinking car and an ultrasonic component thereof is installed on a car to emit an ultrasonic wave. After the car fell into water, by the characteristic that when an ultrasonic wave passes through a medium, the change in the speed of the ultrasonic wave can be detected effectively because the ultrasonic wave is accelerated due to the increase in the Stiffness of that medium (such as liquid), the car sinking signal can be received and transmitted quickly, thereby actually taking the opportunities of rescue to reduce casualties.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 7, 2017
    Date of Patent: December 11, 2018
    Inventor: Jr-Hui Hsieh