U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has granted MSHIPCO a patent for its Rapid Empirical Innovation (REI®) process including model testing method, platform structure and data acquisition systems.
SAN DIEGO , CA. — The United States Patent and Trademark Office re-certified United States Patent No. 6,250,245 for M Ship Co.'s basic M Shaped boat hull technology. Through the reexamination process, the Patent Office has further strengthened the M-Hull patent by affirming its validity over all available prior art.
M Ship Granted European Patent for M-Hull Technology, Enters Collaborative Research Aggreement With SPAWAR
SAN DIEGO, CALIF. — The European Patent Office has granted M Ship Co., LLC, a patent for its revolutionary M-hull technology. The maritime research and design firm also has entered into a Collaborative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SPAWAR) in San Diego.
Newport Beach, Calif. - Duffy's latest zero-emissions bay and lake cruiser is bound to make a huge splash. The M240 Hybrid is a sleek, sporty-looking electric pontoon-style craft with a patented M-shaped hull.
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA - M Ship Co.’s patented M-hull is providing the platform and design for a new model boat being introduced by the Duffy Electric Boat Company in the fall of 2007. The M240 is 24 feet in length, the largest in the Duffy fleet, and it is powered by twin electric motors.
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA - M Ship Co. announced today that it has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against ICE Marine Ltd., a UK company, in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida, to enforce M Ship Co.’s patent rights covering its M-hull boat technology. The lawsuit alleges that ICE Marine has infringed M Ship Co.’s U.S. Patent No. 6,250,245, entitled “M-Shaped Boat Hull,” and has induced others to infringe the patent in the United States.
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA - M Ship Co. today (May 9, 2006) announced the U.S. Navy’s Office of Naval Research has awarded the firm a $750,000 contract, including options, to validate the potential of the innovative M-hull technology.
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