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Subject: Re: [emergency] Azos AI, LLC Patent

How cute!  Baby's first Patent Troll!

I guess I should be worried about someone trying to cash in on the  
multi-million dollar CAP industry, but this one is so absurdly off  
the mark I'm having trouble getting a proper grump on.

(Can't resist quoting from the sidebar on that very page of  

   Today In History 	
   Patent No. 382,280
   May 1, 1888)
   Nikola Tesla granted a patent for the "electrical transmission of  

I assume there's language on the OASIS site to the effect that  
assertions posted on that page are unverified and that their  
publication there neither establishes nor stipulates their validity?

- Art

On May 1, 2007, at 5/1/07 1:36 PM, Aymond, Patti wrote:

> While reviewing the EDXL-RM document, I found a surprising (to me,  
> anyway) comment on the EM-TC IPR page (http://www.oasis-open.org/ 
> committees/emergency/ipr.php):
> “Azos AI, LLC. (Azos) holds United States Patent Number 6,359,970  
> which we believe to be essential to the compliant implementation of  
> the Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information  
> Standards (OASIS) Common Alerting Protocol Committee Specification  
> Version 1.1 (the "Specification"). Azos is willing to offer  
> nonexclusive licenses under this issued patent, upon written  
> request from implementers wishing to pursue compliant  
> implementation of the Specification. These licenses will be  
> provided under reasonable and non-discriminatory terms and  
> conditions, in accordance with Azos' then current licensing  
> practices.”
> Someone seeing this may conclude that a license for Azos AI  
> technology is required for CAP compliance. Do we have any recourse  
> in removing the comment or at least refuting it on the EM-TC IPR page?
> Patti
> Patti Iles Aymond, PhD
> Senior Scientist, Research & Development
> Innovative Emergency Management, Inc.
> Managing Risk in a Complex World
> 8555 United Plaza Blvd.   Suite 100
> Baton Rouge, LA 70809
> (225) 952-8228 (phone)
> (225) 952-8122 (fax)
> http://www.iem.com/e_mail_confidentiality_notice.html

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