Envisioning a user-centric future...
of smartly connected
people, things, and systems
Teleshuttle works as an innovation
developing / commercializing its innovations in
collaboration with strategic partners.
Much of Teleshuttle's
current work is pro-bono, with focus on FairPay:
FairPay - Digital commerce based on
customer dialogs about value
delight consumers with
a new twist of "the invisible hand."
FairPay is an entirely new concept of what a
price is and why -- an architecture for
efficiently pricing digital content/services in the context of an ongoing
Set prices made sense for 20th Century
mass retail, but not for infinitely reproducible digital offerings in a
FairPay shifts price setting
to buyers and develops a buyer
FairPay reputation based on Internet feedback. This enables sellers to
manage a cooperative process that goes beyond "freemium," to a far
more efficient and dynamically
adaptive hybrid of free and paid offerings.
FairPay can delight consumers -- and
sellers. It makes efficient value-based pricing work for consumers -- and
businesses that serve them.
FairPay can be applied to
digital content, software and/or services (as well as physical products) in
a wide variety of ways.
Teleshuttle is working on a
pro-bono basis with business and academic partners on research,
trials, and applications of FairPay,
and offers free consultation.
linking Web browsing and mobile devices to TV viewing
empower users with cross-screen
integration of phones/tablets and TVs.
offers rich multi-machine UI features such as screen-shifting (much
like Apple AirPlay and Google Chromecast).
exploits the fact that many users now watch TV on a large screen, while multitasking on a
"companion" device (tablet, phone, or laptop).
- CoTV patents also address
broader and more advanced services that are emerging, including
multi-machine UIs for integrating phones with smart watches and with
Fifteen Reisman CoTV patents
issued, and additional patents are pending on a wide range of advanced
services. These patents were licensed in 2015 through RPX Corporation to
many major companies in the TV/video and smartphone space.
and the Social Web and Semantic Web
improve search by applying user feedback and context.
feedback on which items are selected by others and what task/domain the
user seeks relevance to ("apple" for trees or computers or Beatles music).
- Seven patents relating to
search and the Social Web or "Social Search" and
to search and the "Semantic Web"
- This portfolio was
sold in 2009 to RPX Corporation, the first defensive patent
App stores, Internet
push distribution, and software update
and automate information distribution to smart devices.
- This technology relates to many Internet
push applications, such as app stores, content channels, offline browsing, RSS,
electronic software distribution, and webcasting, as well as aspects of
"smart-client" Web services, mashups, the mobile Web, and
portfolio was licensed to BTG for commercialization, and BTG's licensing efforts led to patent infringement suits
against Microsoft and Apple, ending
when BTG announced the sale of these patent rights for $35 million, plus
a share of future profits.
- These nineteen patents are controlled by
Intellectual Ventures, and
Teleshuttle continues to
assist in their development. In 2011, after licensing many
companies, including most major smartphone vendors,
Intellectual Ventures initiated a patent infringement suit against
Motorola Mobility, Inc.
Other developments in such areas as "Big
Data"/"The Internet of Things," Social Web collaboration, and digital media management are listed on
the Patents page.