The complaint seeks an exclusion order and a cease and desist order barring the importation, sale for importation or sale after importation of infringing Pelco products manufactured outside of the United States
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ObjectVideo announced June 28 it has filed a complaint with the United States International Trade Commission requesting an investigation of certain Pelco Sarix® technology products, including, but not limited to, Sarix® IDE10DN-0 and Sarix® IEE10DN-0 network cameras. The complaint seeks an exclusion order and a cease and desist order barring the importation, sale for importation or sale after importation of infringing Pelco products manufactured outside of the United States.
ObjectVideo is simultaneously involved in an ongoing USITC investigation of certain Bosch and Samsung hardware and software product lines. Impacted Bosch products include certain VG4, VG5, AutoDome Junior HD, Dinion, Extreme and FlexiDome embedded network camera products; VideoJet X, VideoJet X SN and VIP series encoder products; and Bosch’s Intelligent Video Analysis software. Samsung products under investigation include certain analog camera products and A1, SV-V and WiseNet network camera products such as SCB-4000, SNB-3000 and SNV-5010. The trial is scheduled to begin on July 18, 2012 at the United States International Trade Commission.
Earlier this year, ObjectVideo entered into portfolio-wide global patent licensing agreements with Tyco Security Products’ American Dynamics business unit, Sony Corporation and VIVOTEK. To date, ObjectVideo holds 47 United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and International patents, along with 49 USPTO and international patents pending, all in the field of computer vision.
ObjectVideo is represented by Martin R. Lueck and J. Scott Culpepper of the law firm Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi LLP.