Carl Freer And His InventionsPosted by: custom | Posted on: March 29, 2018
While he is known for being a multi-billionaire entrepreneur, one of the other skills that a successful one must have is being innovative. Being innovative entails coming up with brand new ideas, some of which revolutionalize the way in which we do things. To prevent these from getting copied, and for you to lay claim on your inventions, you have to patent them, and Inventor Carl Freer, apart from being a successful businessman, knows the importance of this very well. Below are some of the inventions he has made with patents filed to and granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office, or the USPTO.
Spray-On Burn Dressing
Carl Freer has managed to work with a medical company, and hence it comes as no surprise that the first innovation of his on this list has something to do with it. The Spray-On Burn dressing, filed in October 20, 2014 and published September 1, 2016 is made of metal oxide particles and a film-forming polymer and other medications to help heal burns faster and relieve the patient from the pain. It comes in either an aerosol or a manual pump spray.
Wireless Platform System and Method for Multimedia Content Distribution
Filed on August 11, 2005 and published on April 6, 2006, this system is an embodiment that’s illustrative, and comes with a memory for both storing and receiving multimedia content. It also has a controller, as well as functions to playback the content received. CDMA, or Code Division Multiple Access, Global Packet Radio Service, could be used to transmit data. GPS could also be used for data transportation from one area to another. All-in-all, this is an applet that allows its users to be more systematic in terms of transferring and distributing the data they would want to.