Patents For Sale


“Attendance Tracking System” – US 8,353,705 B2

TransactionsIP LLC is pleased to present the exclusive patent for sale “Attendance Tracking System” which includes U.S. Patent US 8,353,705 B2 assigned to InCom Corp. The IP relates to systems and methods for tracking the location of individuals, such as students entering or leaving a classroom. 

The technology disclosed provides the following advantages,

  • The present system provides school administrators to keep accurate attendance records, to track the location of students as they move about the school campus, and to easily prepare reports for use by various governmental agencies.
  • The encrypted data which are in the student RFID tags does not provide usable information to other scanners, so that compatible scanners in department stores or other locations cannot read the student’s information. This helps protect the students’ privacy.
  • The attendance tracker can also correct the seating assignment as reflected on the provisional attendance report, if the actual seat assignment for any student has changed.
  • The present system feeds real-time attendance data to the teachers’ handheld computing device in order to ensure that the attendance records are accurate.
  • The monitoring will allow the school to correlate time away from class with school security problems, such as vandalism. This will also allow the school to track minutes in class, which must be tracked for certain special programs.

To receive a Brokerage Marketing Package, please contact Tom Major; [email protected], 480-231-6812.

“RFID Blocker” – 7 US Patents, 2 US Applications, and 1 EU Application

TransactionsIP LLC is pleased to present the exclusive patents for sale “RFID BLOCKER” which include U.S. Patents US7889056, US8102243, US8237549, US8305193, US9525510, US9870527, US9965714 and U.S. applications US 15/939,551 and 15/991,541 and a European application EP2987119 assigned to Curio Ltd. The IP relates to a method for enhancing protection against unauthorized interrogation of a RFID device. The inventions covered by the portfolio provide flexibility, portability and user controlled protection for the user’s RFID device. The technology disclosed provides the following advantages:

  • Provides personal and financial data information security.
  • Provides protection against unauthorized access.
  • Provides an RFID signal disruptor device to prevent data transfer between a nearby RFID interrogation device and RFID data storage devices. 
  • Blocking of unauthorized access by sending interfering signals with response of the user’s device.

Rising demand in protection against credit or debit card information, increased use of electronic purses and user friendly interface have contributed in growth of these markets.

This patent portfolio is being offered for sale for $275k.

To receive a Brokerage Marketing Package, please contact Tom Major; [email protected], 480-231-6812.