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Robert M Vashisth

from Salt Lake City, UT
Age ~52

Robert Vashisth Phones & Addresses

  • 3786 S 2000 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84109 (801) 272-8272
  • Holladay, UT
  • Kingsville, TX
  • Arlington, VA

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Robert Vashisth Photo 1

Founder/ Ceo Tridex Solution, Inc At

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Location:
Greater Salt Lake City Area
Industry:
Computer Software
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Robert Vashisth

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Location:
Greater Salt Lake City Area
Industry:
Information Services

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Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Mr. Robert Vashisth
VP of Operations
LemonLearn eServices Inc.
Computers - Service & Repair
525 E 100 S STE 275, Salt Lake City, UT 84102
(302) 397-3331
Robert Vashisth
VP of Operations
LemonLearn eServices Inc
Computers - Service & Repair
525 E 100 S STE 275, Salt Lake City, UT 84102
(302) 397-3331
Mr. Robert Vashisth
VP of Operations
LemonLearn eServices Inc.
Computers - Service & Repair
525 E 100 S STE 275, Salt Lake City, UT 84102
(302) 397-3331

Publications

Us Patents

Gps-Enhanced System And Method For Automatically Capturing And Co-Registering Virtual Models Of A Site

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US Patent:
RE41175, Mar 30, 2010
Filed:
Jun 30, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/480248
Inventors:
Robert M. Vashisth - Salt Lake City UT,
James U. Jensen - Salt Lake City UT,
James W. Bunger - Salt Lake City UT,
Assignee:
Intelisum, Inc. - Salt Lake City UT
International Classification:
G01S 5/14
G06T 15/00
G09G 5/00
H04N 5/225
US Classification:
34235713, 345419, 345629, 3482181
Abstract:
A system for capturing a virtual model of a site includes a range scanner for scanning the site to generate range data indicating distances from the range scanner to real-world objects. The system also includes a global positioning system (GPS) receiver coupled to the range scanner for acquiring GPS data for the range scanner at a scanning location. In addition, the system includes a communication interface for outputting a virtual model comprising the range data and the GPS data.

Gps-Enhanced System And Method For Automatically Capturing And Co-Registering Virtual Models Of A Site

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US Patent:
2003013, Jul 24, 2003
Filed:
Jan 21, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/348275
Inventors:
Robert Vashisth - Salt Lake City UT,
James Jensen - Salt Lake City UT,
James Bunger - Salt Lake City UT,
Assignee:
E-BusinessControls Corp. - Salt Lake City UT
International Classification:
G01S005/14
G01C021/26
US Classification:
342/357080, 701/213000
Abstract:
A system for capturing a virtual model of a site includes a range scanner for scanning the site to generate range data indicating distances from the range scanner to real-world objects. The system also includes a global positioning system (GPS) receiver coupled to the range scanner for acquiring GPS data for the range scanner at a scanning location. In addition, the system includes a communication interface for outputting a virtual model comprising the range data and the GPS data.

Systems And Methods For Determining A Global Or Local Position Of A Point Of Interest Within A Scene Using A Three-Dimensional Model Of The Scene

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US Patent:
2008003, Feb 14, 2008
Filed:
Mar 30, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/694926
Inventors:
David Carpenter - Kearns UT,
Stanley Coleby - Holladay UT,
James Jensen - Salt Lake City UT,
Gary Robinson - Sandy UT,
Robert Vashisth - Salt Lake City UT,
Assignee:
InteliSum Inc. - Salt Lake City UT
International Classification:
G06T 15/00
US Classification:
345419000
Abstract:
A three-dimensional image is generated using global or local coordinate, 3-D spatial data, and image data gathered from one or more locations relative to a scene. The global or local position of 3-D spatial data points on the image is determined. The position of a point of interest on the three-dimensional image is determined by creating a three-dimensional polygon using adjacent 3-D spatial data points. The global or local position of these points may then be calculated using, for example, a ray tracing algorithm. The global or local position of a point of interest may alternatively be approximated, for example, by interpolating the global or local coordinates of the 3-D spatial data point(s) closest to the point of interest. Furthermore, a distance, bearing, or other measurement between two points of interest may also be calculated.

Systems And Methods For Visualizing And Measuring Real World 3-D Spatial Data

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US Patent:
2008013, Jun 5, 2008
Filed:
Oct 9, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/869598
Inventors:
Stanley E. Coleby - Holladay UT,
Brandon J. Baker - Salt Lake City UT,
Robert M. Vashisth - Salt Lake City UT,
International Classification:
G06K 9/54
US Classification:
382300
Abstract:
Systems and methods for viewing and measuring real world 3-D spatial data using corresponding image data and interpolation of low resolution 3-D spatial data is disclosed. Image data and 3-D spatial data are organized as a 3-D polygonal model. The resultant 3-D polygonal model may be viewed, measured or edited efficiently on a computer. The image data and 3-D data are aligned, and a point on the polygonal model may be measured. Additionally, low resolution 3-D spatial data and image data may be combined with high resolution and highly accurate 3-D spatial data and image data. The resultant combination of data sets may then be organized, aligned, viewed, measured or edited in an efficient manner on a computer.

Systems And Methods For Displaying A Golf Green And A Predicted Path Of A Putt On The Golf Green

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US Patent:
2013008, Apr 4, 2013
Filed:
Oct 1, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/632996
Inventors:
Brandon Baker - Salt Lake City UT,
James Wells - Geneva,
Robert M. Vashisth - Salt Lake City UT,
Brian Wells - Ann Arbor MI,
Assignee:
MY LINE GOLF, INC. - SALT LAKE CITY UT
International Classification:
A63B 57/00
US Classification:
473404
Abstract:
A system for displaying information of a golf putt on a user device includes generating a digital terrain map of a golf green, determining a location of a cup, determining a location of a golf ball on the golf green in real time, calculating a projected path of a golf ball from the ball to the cup and displaying information of the ball location, cup location, projected path, aiming path and a flat surface equivalent distance on a user interface of the user device.
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