Inventec had two patents in batteries during Q4 2023. The patent filed by Inventec Corp in Q4 2023 describes a charging and patrol replacement system for air-land unmanned aerial vehicles. The system involves an unmanned aerial vehicle detecting low battery power and sending a signal to an unmanned ground vehicle for guidance to a power supply vehicle for charging. Another unmanned aerial vehicle is then activated to take over patrol duties, improving sustainability and synergy of the vehicles. GlobalData’s report on Inventec gives a 360-degreee view of the company including its patenting strategy. Buy the report here.

Inventec grant share with batteries as a theme is 0% in Q4 2023. Grant share is based on the ratio of number of grants to total number of patents.

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Application: Charging and patrol replacement system for air-land unmanned aerial vehicles and method thereof (Patent ID: US20230322119A1)

The patent filed by Inventec Corp. describes a charging and patrol replacement system for air-land unmanned aerial vehicles, where a flying unmanned aerial vehicle continuously monitors its battery power and, upon reaching a low threshold, sends a signal to an unmanned ground vehicle. The ground vehicle then guides the aerial vehicle back to a power supply vehicle for charging and activates another aerial vehicle for patrol, ensuring continuous operation and synergy among the vehicles. The system aims to enhance the sustainability and efficiency of air-land unmanned vehicles by automating the charging and patrol replacement process.

The system consists of multiple unmanned aerial vehicles equipped with detection, transceiver, navigation, and synchronization modules, along with an unmanned ground vehicle with control and transmission modules. The ground vehicle selects and activates aerial vehicles, transmits control signals, and coordinates charging. Additionally, backup power-supply vehicles are deployed in patrol areas to provide charging support if needed. The charging module includes wireless charging platforms and magnetic charging components for efficient and automated charging processes. The method involves continuous monitoring of battery power, return-to-home signals, coordination between ground and aerial vehicles, and data synchronization for seamless patrol replacement, ensuring uninterrupted operation and optimized resource utilization in air-land unmanned vehicle systems.

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