Federal Circuit finds motion-sensor patents valid under Alice, in Thales Visionix v United States
The Federal Circuit has upheld patents disclosing a system of sensors affixed to a helmet under Section 101, in its Thales Visionix v United States ruling
The Federal Circuit on March 8 ruled in favour of Thales
Visionix in a suit it brought against the US government,
overturning the Claims Court’s decision. Thales,
represented by Meredith Addy of Tebet DiVito & Rothstein,
claimed that the system...
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