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Eqpme receives U.S. patent for dynamic interaction in augmented reality

By Brock Huffstutler

July 30, 2023

EqpmeEqpme, Naples, Fla., a startup that develops technology for the construction equipment industry, has been granted a U.S. patent for its augmented reality solution. The patent covers dynamic interaction with machinery in an augmented reality environment. 

The company says the utility patent is applicable to machinery of any kind in augmented reality involving substitution of attachments and spatial boundary limitation detection, and that leveraging this new technology in the equipment space will lead to improved efficiencies and decision-making options throughout the equipment industry — in particular, to rental customers. 

“Eqpme is proud to receive this patent, which validates our strategy, innovation and leadership in the technology space over and above our state-of-the-art product offerings,” said Matthew Presta, COO, Eqpme. “We believe that our augmented reality solution will revolutionize the way machinery is procured, delivered and utilized providing end-users a degree of confidence in entering into rental transactions and making big ticket purchases like never before.” 

Eqpme has filed a U.S. continuation application to expand its claim scope and is pursuing filings to protect its intellectual property globally.