Substantial evidence supported the Patent Trial and Appeal Board’s finding that an inter partes review petitioner failed to show that a patent owned by Thales Visionix—claiming a method for tracking motion relative to a moving platform—was not obvious over a prior art patent combined with two additional references, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has held. (Elbit Systems of America, LLC v. Thales Visiounix, Inc., February 6, 2018, Wallach, E.).

Case date: 06 February 2018
Case number: No. 2017-1355
Court: United States Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit

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