Rail Vision Patents – Key Insights and Stats

Rail Vision has a total of 55 patents globally, out of which 10 have been granted. Of these 55 patents, more than 78% patents are active. United States of America is where Rail Vision has filed the maximum number of patents, followed by China and Europe, it has generated an annual revenue of $15.5 billion in the year 2021. Parallelly, United States of America seems to be the main focused R&D center of Rail Vision. The IPO has been released on 31st March, 2022.

Rail Vision was founded in the year 2015 by Elen Katz. Company is doing business in train safety security maintenance and accident preventing on the rail track.

Do read about some of the most popular patents of Rail Vision which have been covered by us in this article and also you can find Rail Vision’s patents information, the worldwide patent filing activity and its patent filing trend over the years, and many other stats over Rail Vision’s patent portfolio.

How many patents does the founder and the CEO of Rail Vision have?

The founder, Elen Katz has 1 patents. The CEO, Shahar Hania has 5 patents.

How many patents does Rail Vision have?

Rail Vision has a total of 55 patents globally. These patents belong to 14 unique patent families. Out of 55 patents, 43 patents are active.

How Many Patents did Rail Vision File Every Year?

Rail Vision Patents Filing Trend

Are you wondering why there is a drop in patent filing for the last two years? It is because a patent application can take up to 18 months to get published. Certainly, it doesn’t suggest a decrease in the patent filing.

Year of Patents Filing or GrantRail Vision Applications FiledRail Vision Patents Granted
20146
2015
20161
201711
201881
2019221
202031
202146
20221

How many Rail Vision patents are Alive/Dead?

Worldwide Patents

Rail Vision Patents Portfolio

Patent Families

Rail Vision Patents

How Many Patents did Rail Vision File in Different Countries?

Rail Vision Worldwide Patents

Countries in which Rail Vision Filed Patents

CountryPatents
United States Of America12
China9
Europe9
Japan8
India6
Denmark1
Germany1
Hong Kong (S.A.R.)1

Where are Research Centers of Rail Vision Patents Located?

Research Centers of Rail Vision Patents

10 Best Rail Vision Patents

WO2020012475A1 is the most popular patent in the Rail Vision portfolio. It has received 8 citations so far from companies like Siemens and Chengdu China Rail Track Equipment.

Below is the list of 10 most cited patents of Rail Vision:

Publication NumberCitation Count
WO2020012475A18
CN112351928A2
CN110062727A2
CN108446643A2
WO2017130206A12
US10654499B21
CN105636853B1
WO2018073778A91
JP2019537534A1
JP2019503302A1

What Percentage of Rail Vision US Patent Applications were Granted?

Rail Vision (Excluding its subsidiaries) has filed 12 patent applications at USPTO so far (Excluding Design and PCT applications). Out of these 5 have been granted leading to a grant rate of 83.33%.

Below are the key stats of Rail Vision patent prosecution at the USPTO.

Which Law Firms Filed Most US Patents for Rail Vision?

Law FirmTotal ApplicationSuccess Rate
Pearl Cohen Zedek Latzer Baratz Llp1283.33%

List of Rail Vision Patents

Rail Vision PatentsTitle
US11242018B2System and method for multiple and dynamic meteorological data sources
US20220024501A1System and method for object and obstacle detection and classification in collision avoidance of railway applications
US20210279488A1Method and system for railway obstacle detection based on rail segmentation
US20210197875A1System and method for detection of defects in an electric conductor system of a train
US20210191729A1System and method for high throughput in multiple computations
US11021177B2System and method for object and obstacle detection and classification in collision avoidance of railway applications
US20210155273A1Light weight and low f number lens and method of production
US20210107536A1System and method for dynamic selection of high sampling rate for a selected region of interest
US10967891B2System and method for detection of defects in an electric conductor system of a train
US10942746B2System and method for high throughput in multiple computations
US20200413036A1System and method for built in test for optical sensors
US10654499B2System and method for utilizing an infra-red sensor by a moving train
EP3787953A4System and method for dynamic selection of high sampling rate for a selected region of interest
EP3759909A4System and method for built in test for optical sensors
EP3746414A4Light weight and low f-number lens and method of production
EP3027482B1System and method for obstacle identification and avoidance
EP3676710A4System and method for high throughput in multiple computations
EP3820760A1Method and system for railway obstacle detection based on rail segmentation
EP3673303A4System and method for multiple and dynamic meteorological data sources
EP3529123A4System and method for object and obstacle detection and classification in collision avoidance of railway applications
EP3408158A4System and method for detection of defects in an electric conductor system of a train
CN113788046ASystems and methods for detecting defects in electrical conductor systems of trains
CN112351928AMethod and system for railway obstacle detection based on rail segmentation
CN112118993ASystem and method for dynamic selection of high sampling rate for a selected region of interest
CN111919438ASystem and method for built in test for optical sensors
CN111757857ALight weight and low f-number lens and method of production
CN110062727ASystem and method for object and obstacle detection and classification in collision avoidance of railway applications
CN109070915ASystem and method for detection of defects in an electric conductor system of a train
CN108446643AMethod for obstacle identification
CN105636853BAnd for avoiding the obstacle recognition system and method
WO2020012475A1Method and system for railway obstacle detection based on rail segmentation
WO2019211848A1System and method for dynamic selection of high sampling rate for a selected region of interest
WO2019167044A1System and method for built in test for optical sensors
WO2019145961A1Light weight and low f-number lens and method of production
WO2018073778A9System and method for object and obstacle detection and classification in collision avoidance of railway applications
WO2019043710A1System and method for high throughput in multiple computations
WO2019038759A1System and method for multiple and dynamic meteorological data sources
WO2017130206A1System and method for detection of defects in an electric conductor system of a train
JP2021530388AMethod and system for detecting railway obstacles based on rail segmentation
JP2021517537ASystem and method for dynamic selection of high sampling rates for selected region of interest
JP2021515482ASystem and method for the built-in test of optical sensors
JP2021511550ALightweight and Low F Lens and Methods of Manufacturing Its
JP2020532795ASystems and methods for high throughput in multiple computations
JP2019537534ASystem and method for detecting and classifying objects and obstacles in collision avoidance for railway applications
JP2019503302ASystem and method for defect detection in train electrical conductor system
JP6466933B2Obstacle identification and avoidance system and method
DE602014080163T2System and method for identifying and avoiding obstacles
HK40001258ASystem and method for detection of defects in an electric conductor system of a train
DK3027482T3System and procedure for identifying and avoiding obstacle
IN202147004607AMethod and system for railway obstacle detection based on rail segmentation
IN202047051039ASystem and method for dynamic selection of high sampling rate for a selected region of interest
IN202047041181ASystem and method for built in test for optical sensors
IN202047036745ALight weight and low f-number lens and method of production
IN201947019530ASystem and method for object and obstacle detection and classification in collision avoidance of railway applications
IN201847032279ASystem and method for detection of defects in an electric conductor system of a train
Updated on March 31, 2022

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