U.S. Patent No. 11,591,076 (Inflatable drone with shape memory alloy wires) was assigned to Toyota Motor Engineering Manufacturing North America, Inc.
Dallas-Fort Worth ranked No. 11 for patents out of 250 metros. Patents granted include: Adaptive 3D and UT Systems' vat resin for 3D stereolithography printing, American Airlines' mobile ground equipment location monitoring, Brightplus Ventures's image enhanced liquid crystal display devices, CBN Nano Technologies' mechanosynthesis, Halo Microelectronics Co.'s wireless charging transmitter system , IBM's historical augmentation of electronic maps, Mirelz's real-time virtual try-on item modeling, Neurolens' measuring binocular alignment, RealPages' interaction-driven AI system and uses for same, including travel or real estate related contexts, Toyota's inflatable drone with shape memory alloy wires, and more.