Open Innovation & Collaboration Engine, Protected Open Source
We invite you to a discussion on Open Innovation and Collaboration Engine, Protected Open Source. As you may know, Open Innovation has become increasingly popular in recent years, and companies are constantly seeking ways to collaborate and innovate with others.
In this discussion, we will focus on how Protected Open Source can be used as a tool for Open Innovation and collaboration. Protected Open Source enables companies to share their innovations with the wider community while retaining control over how they are used. This approach can lead to faster and more efficient innovation while also building trust and collaboration among stakeholders.
Our discussion will cover a range of topics related to Protected Open Source, including its benefits, challenges, and how it can be used to facilitate Open Innovation. We will also explore best practices for implementing Protected Open Source in your organization, and discuss real-world examples of companies that have successfully leveraged this approach.
We hope that you will be able to join us for what promises to be a fascinating and thought-provoking discussion on the future of Open Innovation and collaboration. OU812 – OU812 Open Innovation Engine (gitbook.io)
Carlos R. Villamar
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Friday February 24th 7PM
Presenters Name and Email:
Carlos R. Villamar
Veteran, patent attorney, inventor and human being 🙂
The OU812 Open Innovation Engine utilizes cutting-edge, patent-pending blockchain technology to drive sustainable innovation in a variety of fields. From alternative energy sources and food security systems to digital software and hardware, mechanical and electromechanical systems, and healthcare and medicine, this powerful engine drives the development of systems, methods, and technologies to improve our world.
Innovative Asset Monetization Strategy
The OU812 Open Innovation Engine is the perfect solution for startups, SMEs, universities, and independent inventors looking to monetize their innovations. By utilizing cryptocurrency that is backed by intellectual property (IP) assets, this engine enables innovators to pool and share their resources, leading to increased monetization potential. With the OU812 Open Innovation Engine, teams of innovators can work together to bring their ideas to fruition and see a tangible return on their investment.
The OU812 community, comprising of over 300 innovators from around the globe and specializing in 29 different areas ranging from machine learning to sustainable food systems, has made the assets available for personal and educational use. These assets, deemed as Protected Open Source, can also be monetized for corporate usage or for launching startups, SMEs, products and/or services, ultimately benefiting the innovators.
Videos and Links
Discover the reasons behind the creation of the OU812 Open Innovation Engine and gain an understanding of its functionality through the following videos and links. These resources will provide a high-level overview of the engine and its capabilities.
Carlos R. Villamar, J.D., M.S.E.E., B.S.E.E.
Carlos R. Villamar is a founding partner of Villamar & Guiliana LLP.*
Areas of Practice: Patents, Trademarks, Copyrights, Licensing.
*Mr. Villamar is licensed to practice US state law in Virginia and the District of Columbia.
Mr. Villamar is a patent attorney with broad experience assisting clients with foreign and domestic patent application preparation and prosecution, opinion work, litigation, and IP counseling.
Mr. Villamar’s expertise covers a wide variety of technologies, including wired, wireless, optical, terrestrial broadcast and satellite communications, neural networks, fuzzy logic and artificial intelligence, encryption, digital signal processing, speech recognition and language understanding, sound and image processing, video processing, medical imaging, video games, on-line gaming, gaming engines, physics engines, 3D graphics, virtual worlds, Digital Rights Management, e-commerce, cloud computing, military technologies, radar, sonar, fighter aircraft, missiles, ground guidance, heads-up displays, computers and architectures, computer networks and security, semiconductors, device manufacturing, nanotechnology, oil and gas exploration, renewable energy, electrical, solar, thermal and wind power, aquaculture, aquaponics systems, recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS), Black Soldier Fly (BSF) composting systems, solar greenhouse systems, automotive technologies, health equipment technologies, and electromechanical technologies.
Prior to founding The Villamar and Guiliana LLP, Carlos gained extensive experience in numerous aspects of intellectual property law as an attorney in large, national general practice and IP boutique law firms and as a patent examiner in the Speech Signal Processing Group of the U.S. Patent Trademark Office.
As an electrical engineer, Mr. Villamar has over nine years of commercial experience, including production design and testing for the Standard Missile Program at the General Dynamics Corporation Missile Systems Group (purchased by Raytheon), high-speed digital logic and computer design for the Advanced Tactical Fighter Program at the Hughes Aircraft Company Radar Systems Group (purchased by Raytheon, and IR&D and design of high-speed digital signal processing and communications systems at the Hughes Aircraft Company Advanced Circuits Technology Center (purchased by Raytheon, spun off as TelASIC and then purchased by MTI).
Education: J.D., The George Washington University Law School (1998); M.S.E.E., California State University, Long Beach, emphasis in Digital Signal Processing & Neural Networks, (1992); and B.S.E.E., California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, emphasis in Digital Signal Processing, (1987).
Admitted: Virginia, the District of Columbia, the United States Supreme Court, the Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, the Virginia Supreme Court, and the District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. Served on the Board of Directors of the Federal Circuit Bar Association.