Blue Spike Sues Seven More Companies over Biometric Software Solutions

  • February 6, 2013

Blue Spike filed seven separate suits against AgnitioCognitec SystemsEnswersEntropicInfinisourceVisible World, and Zvetco alleging that the defendants’ facial and voice recognition and fingerprint-based biometric software solutions and systems infringe four patents related to monitoring and analyzing signals (7,346,472; 7,660,700; 7,949,494; and 8,214,175). Since August 2012, Blue Spike has filed infringement lawsuits against more than 100 defendants, a large number of which were targeted over the past few months. Just last week, Blue Spike sued five other providers of biometric software solutions. The patents-in-suit were invented by Blue Spike’s founder Scott Moskowitz, and were assigned to Blue Spike in November 2011. 2/6, Eastern District of Texas, 6:13cv00124; 6:13cv00125; 6:13cv00126; 6:13cv00127; 6:13cv00128; 6:13cv00129; 6:13cv00130.


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