Gentag and Altivera own 103 issued patents worldwide.
Gentag patented the NFC cell phone sensor platform technology in 2003 and 2004, over two years before the release of the first NFC cell phone in 2006 (Nokia 6131).
The company’s patents are available to selected companies to license, and Gentag is open to joint ventures. The IP is divided into three multi-billion dollar markets: (1) IoT sensors (2) wearables and (3) advanced diagnostics. NFC and Bluetooth patented areas include:
IoT / Cell Phone NFC Sensor Networks
- Food safety
- Consumer goods
- Pollution monitoring
Skin Patches / Wearables
- NFC diabetes skin patches
- Closed loop cell phone diabetes system
- NFC sun exposure and cosmetics skin patches
- Dehydration monitoring
- Drug delivery patches
- Skin infection monitoring patches
- Fever monitoring (licensed for hospitals)
- Cardiac monitoring
- Biomarkers (any condition, including pharmaceutical applications)
- Orthopedics (licensed)
- Asthma prevention
- Blockchain markets
Advanced Diagnostics and Point Of Care Tests for Cell Phones
- NFC lab-on-a-chip (proteins and DNA)
- NFC lateral flow immunoassays
Gentag has an extensive portfolio of patented NFC technologies.
Click on selected patent numbers below for additional information.
|Patent No.||Title||Issued Patents|
|US6031454A||Worker-specific exposure monitor and method for surveillance of workers|
|US7109859B2||Method and apparatus for wide area surveillance of a terrorist or personal threat||US7518504B2|
|US7148803B2||Radio frequency identification (RFID) based sensor networks||US7492254B2|
|US7969307B2||Diagnostic radio frequency identification sensors and applications thereof||US8077042B2, US9041538B2, US9470699B2, EP1709750B1 (30 countries), EP2843848B1|
|US7461972B2||One point calibration integrated temperature sensor for wireless radio frequency applications|
|EP2611042A1||Immunoassay test strip integrating radio frequency identification tags (RFID)|