US Patent #10,059,437
Issued 8.28.18 for the
"Multi-Rotor Safety Shield"
August 28, 2018 Robert (Bob) Stanley Cooper was issued USPTO # 10,059,437 titled MULTI-ROTOR SAFETY SHIELD.
The USPTO published our first ever patent. Rotor Shield LLC has filed for expanded scope to include various payloads and composition materials.
Rotor Shield Company LLC is looking for financial backing. If interested, email Bob Cooper @ email@example.com.
This PATENT ISSUE marks the beginning of a new era for Rotor Shield. The MULTI-ROTOR SAFETY SHIELD was filed January 8, 2015. After 43 months we have an issued Patent.
We have been working with Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU). Discussions at ERAU have centered around the possibility that the Multi-Rotor Safety Shield may mitigate current safety issues facing the VTOL and sUAV industries. It appears that the MRSS may provide relief from the 14 CFR Part 107 restriction of use indoors, at stadiums, and around crowds.
IN THE NEWS:
Rotor Shield received this recommendation from a Member of the Alliance for System Safety of UAS through Research Excellence (ASSURE) Committee.
"I am writing this letter in support of Mr. Bob Cooper’s Rotor Shield to obtain funding to support his business and the MRSS product.
Mr. Cooper’s MRSS design mitigates serious safety issues that are prone with small UAS that are operated by both hobbyists and commercial professionals over. This is an important problem because current FAA rules prohibit operation over populated areas without a waiver. ERAU has been approached by Mr. Cooper to collaborate on design, construction, and testing."
Richard S. Stansbury, PhD
ASSURE FAA Center of Excellence for UAS, ERAU Principal Investigator
Associate Professor, Computer Engineering and Computer Science
Department of Electrical, Computer, Software, and Systems Engineering, Daytona
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Daytona Beach, FL
From the CEO:
It has been quite a while since I updated the site. We have had a tremendous upsurge in site visits since I received the patent.
We recently notified Amazon that the Air Hogs Star Wars XI Millennium Falcon Drone violates our patent. By notifying Amazon all sales nationally have been suspended. We are looking to Air Hogs and Disney to engage in licensure of the technology.
Patent assignment has been moved from my personal name to the Rotor Shield Company, LLC. This puts the patent under control of the LLC. Rotor Shield has begun working with Shape-Masters on a final production model of the "MRSS-667." We will be sending product to Beta Test sites soon.
Rotor Shield became a member of the ERAU Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University MicaPlex Business Incubator in April 2017
"Be first, be best, be safe."