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TORREY PINES RESEARCH

 


5973 Avenida Encinas, Suite 140
Carlsbad CA 92008

Tel: 760-929-4800
Fax: 760-931-1671

71 Perinton Parkway
Fairport, NY 14450

Tel: 585-288-7220
Fax: 585-678-9209

 Last Updated
03/03/2016

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Intellectual Property





Relative to intellectual property, TPR works with customers under one of three models. The approach chosen is whatever works best in the relationship. The approaches are as follows:

  • If the customer pays for exclusive development, the customer owns the IP
  • If exclusivity is not important, the IP can be shared by the customer and TPR
  • In some cases, TPR may retain IP rights and extend a license with royalties to the customer.

The approach taken is decided in advance of the proposed engagement.


The Torrey Pines Research name and logo are registered trademarks of TPR Group. Printer related test and development platforms referred to as PDLab TM are registered trademarks of TPR Group. The copyright for the book Inkjet Technology and Product Development Strategies by Stephen F. Pond, Ph.D. is owned by TPR Group. The name TPR Group is owned by TPR Group. All other named products profiled herein are trademarks of their respective companies.


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April 8, 2010: Richard Lux (currently TPR , formerly of Xerox Corporation) is awarded the prestigious "Chester F. Carlson Award" for outstanding work in the science or technology of electrophotography “for his innovation and leadership in the creation, incubation, development, and delivery of electrophotographic processes and products” by the Society for Imaging Science and Technology (IS&T).
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TPR announces the availability of iP_ANALYSIS
TPR’s Image Permanence Data Management System Software Package

TPR announces that that the latest version of the TEC Tribo Charge Analyzer TEC-2 is now shipping.

TPR Ozone Testing Facilities Description (PDF)

TPR has conducted an extensive test on the stability of photographic prints made from a variety of systems from multiple vendors. The report compares the performance of the various images under accelerated conditions to assess their respective permanence and to make life projections. this is available for download at Publications.


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