911 Notify Campaign Targets Any Company Providing Enhanced Emergency Call Services
Nine new suits were filed in 911 Notify’s litigation campaign, which began in February 2013. Airbiquity, Automatic Labs, Avaya, Bay Alarm Company, Cisco, Integrity Tracking, Medical Guardian, Robert Bosch Healthcare, and Securus are the newly named defendants. 911 Notify’s campaign asserts a single patent, acquired from Boar’s Head Corporation in the same month that the campaign began (6,775,356). The patent relates to an enhanced 911 service that provides real time data to emergency service providers and can alert specified individuals when a user makes an emergency call. Defendants all make or sell emergency phone alert systems and those are the accused products in these suits. 911 Notify’s campaign has targeted companies in a variety of markets, all of which provide this kind of service. An IPR petition on the asserted patent was filed in March 2014 but in May the PTAB declined to institute a proceeding. 9/8, District of Delaware, 1:14cv01145, 1:14cv01146, 1:14cv01147, 1:14cv01148, 1:14cv01149, 1:14cv01150, 1:14cv01151, 1:14cv01152, 1:14cv01153
- 911 Notify LLC v. Airbiquity Inc.
- 911 Notify LLC v. Automatic Labs, Inc.
- 911 Notify LLC v. Avaya Inc.
- 911 Notify LLC v. Bay Alarm Company (Bay Alarm Medical)
- 911 Notify LLC v. Cisco Systems, Inc.
- 911 Notify LLC v. Integrity Tracking LLC
- 911 Notify LLC v. Medical Guardian LLC
- 911 Notify LLC v. Robert Bosch Healthcare Systems Inc. et al.
- 911 Notify LLC v. Securus Inc.