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Ric Richardson is an Australian inventor recognised for his early invention of a form of Product activation used in anti-piracy. He is the inventor of record for a number of U.S. and international patents, including the Uniloc patent US5490216 and the Logarex patent 6400293. Richardson grew up in Sydney and currently resides in Byron Bay. He founded Uniloc to commercialise his invention and in 2003 it became a licensing company that has sought to license some of the patents he is a named inventor of, from as early as 1992. The machine fingerprinting technology is used to stop copyright infringement. He is now an independent inventor, and is seeking to develop technologies including ship designs, shark warning systems and password replacement technology.

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Using sound and vibration to diagnose anything

Posted on January 6th, 2018

About two years ago Ric Richardson assisted a local entreprenuer and inventor with his invention of a system to use sensors to monitor and diagnose heavy equipment for operational irregularities. It was a fascinating approach. Since that time Ric has...

Connecting Rideshare drivers and their customers

Posted on January 6th, 2018

Ridesharing is great when you are the only person in the street and your driver is the only car. But when there are dozens, sometimes hundreds, of people in the street with cars whizzing by, how can rideshare driver and customer connect without and end...

Novel technology for Rideshare service for sale - $75k to $330k

Posted on January 6th, 2018

Inventor Ric Richardson and co-inventor and respected lawyer Jim Fitzsimons are selling an essential ridesharing technology for use by rideshare drivers and their customers. Ridesharing is great when you are the only person in the street and your dri...

Convenient Amazon delivery hub-in-a-container

Posted on November 2nd, 2017

Update 18th Feb 2018: A paper is being compiled and a business plan focussing on a partner or buyer for market entry is being worked on. Amazon is amazing. And home delivery is sooo convenient… if it worked consistently. If it was really cheap. But ...

Ric Richardson

Official Website for Inventor Ric Richardson recognised as Inventor of Software Activation and for settling a patent infringement court case with Microsoft in 2012. He is the founder of Uniloc, co-founder of Haventec.com with business partner Dr Tony Castagna.