Invention Enables Navigation Systems to Determine Fastest Lane on Multi-Lane Highway
Suffern, N.Y. – March 9, 2017 – A recently issued U.S. Patent covers a revolutionary concept that enables navigation systems to find not just the fastest route to a destination, but to actually direct the driver to the fastest-moving lane on a multi-lane highway! U.S. Patent No. 9,053,636 for a “Management Center Module for Advanced Lane Management Assist for Automated Vehicles and Conventionally Driven Vehicles” and U.S. Patent No. 9,286,800 for a “Guidance Assist Vehicle Module” cover a breakthrough technology that uses data from transportation management centers to direct the driver of a car to the fastest lane of the multi-lane highway to which that driver’s GPS navigation system sent him or her.
According to Alec Schibanoff, Vice President of IPOfferings LLC, the patent brokerage firm that represents the inventor, the inventions covered by this patent portfolio create two significant opportunities. “First of all, it will give the navigation services company that acquires this technology a valuable added feature it can offer its customers, giving that company a critical competitive advantage. Second,” Mr. Schibanoff continues, “this technology will open up a new market for navigation services when drivers who know where they are going and do not need directions will subscribe to a navigation service so they will be able to take the fastest lane when driving on multi-lane highways.”
U.S. Patent Nos. 9,053,636 and 9,286,800 are available for acquisition directly from the inventor. Both patents are unlicensed and unencumbered. The inventor is represented by IPOfferings, a leading patent brokerage and IP consulting services firm. IPOfferings offers a Brokerage Marketing Package that contains complete information on the patent portfolio including market data. For more information, e-mail patents@IPOfferings.com or call 845-337-6911.