A federal district court did not err in finding that a “cow monitoring system” developed by Netherlands-based Agis Automatisering did not infringe the “rumination” and “estrus” patents held by VocalTag Ltd. and SCR Engineering Ltd., respectively, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has ruled. The district court’s grant of summary judgment to Agis was therefore affirmed (VocalTag Ltd. v. Agis Automatisering B.V., September 1, 2016, Stoll, K.).

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