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Assured Information Security is awarded its 22nd patent

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ROME, N.Y. — The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has recently issued Assured Information Security (AIS) a new patent for a new method of determining the location of radio-frequency (RF) emitters including Wi-Fi routers, wireless laptops, walkie-talkies, garage-door openers, and more.

This latest patent raises AIS’s total number of patents to 22 with multiple others pending, the company announced in a news release.

“Expanding our patent portfolio is pivotal in our mission to introduce groundbreaking technologies to the market,” COO Scott Robidoux said. While the new location determination method “may not be a routine concern for the average individual, it poses significant challenge for law enforcement and investigative agencies. Existing methods for locating emitters require extensive computational resources, often leading to compromises in accuracy due to impractical computing demands. This patent addresses this issue by enhancing emitter localization with optimized resource utilization, facilitating more precise results.”

The invention is credited to Jason Eric Smith.

The patent, U.S. Patent Number 11,899,122, was issued on Feb. 13.

AIS, headquartered in Rome, provides cybersecurity and information-security services, products, and operations to commercial and government customers. With multiple offices around the U.S., the company employs more than 220 people. 

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