New Patent Granted In The EU For Laser Gaming Technology
Battlefield Sports the leading innovator in laser gaming technology, today announced it has been granted a new patent in Europe, expanding the company's intellectual property portfolio.
Battlefield Sports has been awarded a European Patent for technology related to its real-time hit-feedback laser tag system.
The patent application was originally filed in 2007, and it lists one inventor, Battlefield Sports Founder, Peter Lander.
"We are pleased to confirm that Battlefield Sports' European patent application has now issued as a patent. The official patent number is 2126508. The priority date is December 21st, 2006," said Peter Lander.
This new patent covers the European Union, in particular, the United Kingdom, France, and Germany.
The newly issued patent covers a system for peer-to-peer live gaming. More specifically, it addresses the technology in Battlefield Sports' SATR® product for laser tag equipment. SATR standards for Small Arms Transmitter Receiver.
"This patent covers the foundation of our live gaming platform and embodies the uniqueness of our intellectual property," said Peter Lander.
Battlefield Sports' continued focus on research and development in laser gaming has resulted in significant market growth.
"Battlefield Sports is passionate about continuing to drive further innovation in laser tag systems. If it were not for Battlefield Sports innovations in laser tag technology, gamers could not enjoy our brand of combat entertainment just about anywhere - indoor or outdoor. With many innovative successes behind us, we are continuing to invent the future in laser tag," said Peter Lander.
SATR is also patented in North American and in Australia.
A summary of the patented technology can be found at http://www.battlefieldsports.com/patented-technology