Today's Paper Search Latest Core values App Traffic map In the news #Gazette200 Listen Digital FAQ Weather Newsletters Obits Puzzles/Games Archive

U.S. patents awarded to Arkansans

Sept. 17, 2019

Patent 10,413,096 B2. Trash Bin Cabinet for a Checkout Station. Issued to Yurgis Mauro Bacallao of Centerton. Assigned to Walmart Apollo LLC of Bentonville.

Patent 10,414,137 B2. Lightweight, Insulated, Weather-Resistant Building Products, Methods and Structures Using the Same. Issued to Scott W. Eichhorn, Elton D. Culwell, Daniel L. Culwell, and Timothy L. Culwell, all of Rose Bud. Assigned to Rhino Building Products of Rose Bud.

Patent 10,414,993 B2. Methods and Compositions for Vapor Suppression. Issued to James Leonard Rice of Malvern and Chad James Unrau of The Woodlands, Texas. Assigned to NanoVapor Inc. of The Woodlands, Texas.

Patent 10,415,882 B2. Bin System and Method of Regulating Particulate Flow from Bins. Issued to Gregory Howard O'Gary of Benton.

Patent 10,415,892 B2. Heat Exchange Tubes and Tube Assembly Configurations. Issued to Hari Krishna Kanagala and Ken Frederick, both of Fort Smith, and Darrell Binz of Charleston. Assigned to Rheem Manufacturing Co. of Atlanta, Ga.

Patent 10,416,784 B2. Systems and Methods for Detecting Traffic in a Shopping Facility. Issued to Nicholaus A. Jones of Fayetteville, Robert J. Taylor and Aaron J. Vasgaard, both of Rogers, and Matthew A. Jones of Bentonville. Assigned to Walmart Apollo LLC of Bentonville.

Patent 10,417,891 B2. Detecting Fraudulently Deactivated Security Devices for Asset Protection. Issued to Stephen Tyler Caution of Bentonville and Yurgis Mauro Bacallao of Centerton. Assigned to Walmart Apollo LLC of Bentonville.

Patent 10,419,572 B2. Caching System and Method. Issued to John Randy Frerking of Prairie Grove and Richard Jackson of Bella Vista. Assigned to Walmart Apollo LLC of Bentonville.

SundayMonday Business on 09/22/2019

Print Headline: PATENTS


Sponsor Content

COMMENTS - It looks like you're using Internet Explorer, which isn't compatible with the Democrat-Gazette commenting system. You can join the discussion by using another browser, like Firefox or Google Chrome.
It looks like you're using Microsoft Edge. The Democrat-Gazette commenting system is more compatible with Firefox and Google Chrome.