Patents by Inventor Matthew Daniel Fuchs

Matthew Daniel Fuchs 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: 10335677
    Abstract: A system and method of operation of an augmented reality system includes: a position sensor for calculating a current location; an orientation sensor, coupled to the position sensor, for calculating a current orientation; and a control mechanism, coupled to the position sensor, for presenting a system object based on the current location, the current orientation, an object location, an object orientation, an access right, a visibility, and a persistence.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 10, 2015
    Date of Patent: July 2, 2019
    Inventor: Matthew Daniel Fuchs
  • Publication number: 20160180602
    Abstract: A system and method of operation of an augmented reality system includes: a position sensor for calculating a current location; an orientation sensor, coupled to the position sensor, for calculating a current orientation; and a control mechanism, coupled to the position sensor, for presenting a system object based on the current location, the current orientation, an object location, an object orientation, an access right, a visibility, and a persistence.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 10, 2015
    Publication date: June 23, 2016
    Inventor: Matthew Daniel Fuchs
  • Patent number: 8959196
    Abstract: A market making node in a network routes machine readable documents to connect businesses with customers, suppliers and trading partners. The self defining electronic documents, such as XML based documents, can be easily understood amongst the partners. Definitions of these electronic business documents, called business interface definitions, are posted on the Internet, or otherwise communicated to members of the network. The business interface definitions tell potential trading partners the services the company offers and the documents to use when communicating with such services. Thus, a typical business interface definition allows a customer to place an order by submitting a purchase order or a supplier checks availability by downloading an inventory status report.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 11, 2013
    Date of Patent: February 17, 2015
    Assignee: Red Hat, Inc.
    Inventors: Bart Alan Meltzer, Terry Allen, Matthew Daniel Fuchs, Robert John Glushko, Murray Maloney
  • Patent number: 8375116
    Abstract: A market making node in a network routes machine readable documents to connect businesses with customers, suppliers and trading partners. The self defining electronic documents, such as XML based documents, can be easily understood amongst the partners. Definitions of these electronic business documents, called business interface definitions, are posted on the Internet, or otherwise communicated to members of the network. The business interface definitions tell potential trading partners the services the company offers and the documents to use when communicating with such services. Thus, a typical business interface definition allows a customer to place an order by submitting a purchase order or a supplier checks availability by downloading an inventory status report.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 23, 2009
    Date of Patent: February 12, 2013
    Assignee: Red Hat, Inc.
    Inventors: Bart Alan Meltzer, Terry Allen, Matthew Daniel Fuchs, Robert John Glushko, Murray Maloney
  • Patent number: 8006177
    Abstract: Machine readable documents connect businesses with customers, suppliers and trading partners. The self defining electronic documents, such as XML based documents, can be easily understood amongst the partners. Definitions of these electronics business documents, called business interface definitions, are posted on the Internet, or otherwise communicated to members of the network. The business interface definitions tell potential trading partners the services the company offers and the documents to use when communicating with such services. Thus, a typical business interface definition allows a customer to place an order by submitting a purchase order or a supplier checks availability by downloading an inventory status report. Also, composition of the input and output documents, coupled with interpretation information in a common business library, programs the transaction in a way which closely parallels the way in which paper based businesses operate.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 16, 1998
    Date of Patent: August 23, 2011
    Assignee: Open Invention Network, LLC
    Inventors: Bart Alan Meltzer, Terry Allen, Matthew Daniel Fuchs, Robert John Glushko, Murray Maloney
  • Publication number: 20100100814
    Abstract: A market making node in a network routes machine readable documents to connect businesses with customers, suppliers and trading partners. The self defining electronic documents, such as XML based documents, can be easily understood amongst the partners. Definitions of these electronic business documents, called business interface definitions, are posted on the Internet, or otherwise communicated to members of the network. The business interface definitions tell potential trading partners the services the company offers and the documents to use when communicating with such services. Thus, a typical business interface definition allows a customer to place an order by submitting a purchase order or a supplier checks availability by downloading an inventory status report.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 23, 2009
    Publication date: April 22, 2010
    Applicant: Open Invention Networks, LLC
    Inventors: Bart Alan Meltzer, Terry Allen, Matthew Daniel Fuchs, Robert John Glushko, Murray Maloney
  • Patent number: 7660874
    Abstract: A market making node in a network routes machine readable documents to connect businesses with customers, suppliers and trading partners. The self defining electronic documents, such as XML based documents, can be easily understood amongst the partners. Definitions of these electronic business documents, called business interface definitions, are posted on the Internet, or otherwise communicated to members of the network. The business interface definitions tell potential trading partners the services the company offers and the documents to use when communicating with such services. Thus, a typical business interface definition allows a customer to place an order by submitting a purchase order or a supplier checks availability by downloading an inventory status report.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 7, 2000
    Date of Patent: February 9, 2010
    Assignee: Open Invention Network, LLC
    Inventors: Bart Alan Meltzer, Terry Allen, Matthew Daniel Fuchs, Robert John Glushko, Murray Maloney
  • Patent number: 6542912
    Abstract: Machine readable documents connect businesses with customers, suppliers and trading partners. The self defining electronic documents, such as XML based documents, can be easily understood amongst the partners. Definitions of these electronics business documents, called business interface definitions, are posted on the Internet, or otherwise communicated to members of the network. The business interface definitions tell potential trading partiers the services the company offers and the documents to use when communicating with such services. Thus, a typical business interface definition allows a customer to place an order by submitting a purchase order or a supplier checks availability by downloading an inventory status report. Also, composition of the input and output documents, coupled with interpretation information in a common business library, programs the transaction in a way which closely parallels the way in which paper based businesses operate.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 10, 2002
    Date of Patent: April 1, 2003
    Assignee: Commerce One Operations, Inc.
    Inventors: Bart Alan Meltzer, Terry Allen, Matthew Daniel Fuchs, Robert John Glushko, Murray Maloney
  • Publication number: 20020165872
    Abstract: Machine readable documents connect businesses with customers, suppliers and trading partners. The self defining electronic documents, such as XML based documents, can be easily understood amongst the partners. Definitions of these electronics business documents, called business interface definitions, are posted on the Internet, or otherwise communicated to members of the network. The business interface definitions tell potential trading partners the services the company offers and the documents to use when communicating with such services. Thus, a typical business interface definition allows a customer to place an order by submitting a purchase order or a supplier checks availability by downloading an inventory status report. Also, composition of the input and output documents, coupled with interpretation information in a common business library, programs the transaction in a way which closely parallels the way in which paper based businesses operate.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 10, 2002
    Publication date: November 7, 2002
    Inventors: Bart Alan Meltzer, Terry Allen, Matthew Daniel Fuchs, Robert John Glushko, Murray Maloney
  • Patent number: 6226675
    Abstract: Participant servers in a network of customers, suppliers and other trading partners exchange machine readable documents. The participants in the network use self defining electronic documents, such as XML based documents, which can be easily understood amongst the partners. Definitions of the electronic business documents, called business interface definitions, are posted on the Internet, or otherwise communicated to members of the network. The business interface definitions tell potential trading partners the services the company offers and the documents to use when communicating with such services. Thus, a typical business interface definition allows a customer to place an order by submitting a purchase order or a supplier checks availability by downloading an inventory status report.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 16, 1998
    Date of Patent: May 1, 2001
    Assignee: Commerce One, Inc.
    Inventors: Bart Alan Meltzer, Andrew Everett Davidson, Matthew Daniel Fuchs, Robert John Glushko, Kenneth Persson, Kelly Lane Schwarzhoff
  • Patent number: 6125391
    Abstract: A market making node in a network routes machine readable documents to connect businesses with customers, suppliers and trading partners. The self defining electronic documents, such as XML based documents, can be easily understood amongst the partners. Definitions of these electronic business documents, called business interface definitions, are posted on the Internet, or otherwise communicated to members of the network. The business interface definitions tell potential trading partners the services the company offers and the documents to use when communicating with such services. Thus, a typical business interface definition allows a customer to place an order by submitting a purchase order or a supplier checks availability by downloading an inventory status report.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 16, 1998
    Date of Patent: September 26, 2000
    Assignee: Commerce One, Inc.
    Inventors: Bart Alan Meltzer, Terry Allen, Matthew Daniel Fuchs, Robert John Glushko, Murray Maloney