In Second Campaign, Secure Cam Targets Facial and License Plate Recognition Technology

  • April 20, 2018
  • Consumer Electronics and PCs, New Patent Litigation

Secure Cam, LLC, a recently formed Wyoming NPE, quickly followed up its first lawsuit—targeting video baby monitors—with a separate campaign asserting four patents in separate cases against Anviz Global (3:18-cv-02407) and USA Vision Systems (3:18-cv-01002). The patents in this campaign, also received from Intellectual Ventures LLC (IV), generally relate to automatically categorizing images captured by a digital camera. The NPE accuses these defendants of infringement through the provision of face recognition readers and license plate recognition cameras, calling out more specifically, Anviz’s FacePass Pro Standalone Facial Recognition System and USA Vision Systems’s Face Recognition Reader GV-FR2020 and License Plate Recognition Camera GV-LPR1200.


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