JERICHO, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Intellicheck Mobilisa, Inc. (NYSE MKT:IDN), a leader in identity authentication, verification and validation technology solutions, today announced that it has filed a lawsuit against Honeywell for infringing on several Intellicheck patents. The suit seeks a permanent injunction, treble damages, pre and post-judgment interest, attorney’s fees and costs from the Fortune 100 company for the unauthorized use of patented technology through the manufacture, use and sale of products and software that can read, analyze and verify encoded data in barcodes on government-issued IDs like driver licenses and passports as well as for the purposes of age-related activity. The lawsuit cites several Honeywell products including the Xenon 1900, Genesis 7580g, Vuquest 3310g, Stratos 2700, Voyager 1400g, and EasyDL software as examples of the unauthorized use of the Company's patented technology, which is prohibited by law.
"Our focus on and significant investment in innovation has been key to our achievements in the development of patented, leading identification authentication technology solutions. We are committed to taking every necessary action to protect our investments and achievements and to assure our shareholders get the value they deserve," explained Dr. William Roof, CEO of Intellicheck.
Dr. Roof said that he is following through on the commitment he made to investors to defend Intellicheck's intellectual property. "When I accepted the position of CEO, I promised our shareholders I would take every necessary action to protect these vital assets and that is exactly what I am doing. We are hoping to work with offending companies to resolve illegal violations of our patents in a fair manner. However, for those who choose to ignore the opportunity to work together toward an equitable resolution, we will be rigorous in pursuing the severe legal and financial ramifications that result from egregious patent violations. This is the first major step in that direction." Dr. Roof noted that Amber N. Davis and Terry M. Sanks from the law firm of Beusse Wolter Sanks Mora & Maire, PLLC are providing legal representation on a contingency basis because of the strength of the patent infringement case.
Intellicheck's significant portfolio of 25 patents includes many pertaining to identification technology. Its identity technology solutions support customers in the national defense, law enforcement, retail, hospitality and financial markets. The Company’s products scan, authenticate and analyze components of identity documents including driver licenses, military identification cards and other government forms of identification containing magnetic stripe, barcode and smart chip information. The information can be used to provide safety, security and efficiencies across markets. Unlike competitive products, Intellicheck's technology solutions are unique in their ability to provide accurate, real-time identification authentication and situational awareness on both mobile and existing fixed infrastructures that is fully regulatory compliant.
About Intellicheck Mobilisa
Intellicheck Mobilisa is an industry leader in identity authentication, verification and validation systems. Our technology makes it possible for our customers to enhance the safety and awareness of their facilities and people, improve customer service, and increase operational efficiencies. Founded in 1994, Intellicheck has grown to serve dozens of... for the full release click here - http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20160308005454/en/Intellicheck-Mobilisa-Sues-Honeywell-Infringement-Multiple-Patents
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