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8742 results about "Motorized vehicle" patented technology

A motor vehicle, also known as motorized vehicle or automotive vehicle, is a self-propelled vehicle, commonly wheeled, that does not operate on rails (such as trains or trams) and is used for the transportation of people or cargo.

Apparatuses, methods, and computer programs for displaying information on vehicles

InactiveUS6850209B2Flexible and effective and profitable usageCathode-ray tube indicatorsOptical signallingInformation controlMobile vehicle
A system for publicly displaying messages includes elements carried by an automotive vehicle. In some embodiments the vehicle carries a publicly visible electronic display; a sensor for sensing the brightness of light in the vicinity of the display; and illumination varying circuitry for varying the brightness of light generated by the display in response to brightness detected by the sensor. In some embodiments the vehicles carries a publicly visible display formed by ganging together a plurality of displays, each having at least 640×480 pixels; and video drive circuitry for causing images to be shown on the ganged display with different portions of individual images being shown on each of the individual displays. In some embodiments the vehicle has an automotive electrical system and carries a publicly visible high-bright display, capable of providing over 1000 NITS illumination and having 640 by 480 or greater pixel resolution; and video drive circuitry causing images to be shown on the display. In some embodiments the vehicle carries a publicly visible electronic display and a computer. The computer has video drive circuitry for causing images to be shown on the display, a memory device capable of storing representations of animated display images represented in vector-based form; and programming for enabling the computer to generate animated images from the vector-based animation representations. In some embodiments the vehicle receives commands and/or information controlling what it is to display via a wireless transceiver.

Electronic data gathering for emergency medical services

An apparatus for capturing and storing medical emergency information under the adverse circumstances of the emergency scene, without relying on multiple computers and remote communications for support during use. To accomplish data capture and storage, use of a single ruggedized hand held computer with a graphical user interface employing a touch sensitive display screen, and pen stylus for simplifying documentation of patient demographic, history and medications data, focal patient complaints and problems, vital signs, physical exam findings, medication administration, routes and quantities, motorized vehicle crash history, case disposition, emergency crew, and case review and notes. Collection of focal patient complaints and problems is simplified through a body graphical user interface. Easily accessed reference databases for drugs and protocols support the emergency medical technician. Handwriting recognition, signature capture and numerical data entry enable obtaining of necessary crew and patient signatures and other data, including patient refusal of care. Through the use of a variety of secure communication interfaces, printing or transfer of all data collected is provided to other systems. Full compliance with NHTSA and Utstein minimal data reporting set requirements.
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