United States ITC Issues Exclusion Order in HoverCam Patent Protection Case

San Diego, CA, Aug. 30, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- HoverCam, a market leader and innovator in the education technology market and DBA of Pathway Innovations and Technologies, Inc., is pleased to announce that the United States International Trade Commission issued a Limited Exclusion Order on August 5th, 2016 against QOMO HiteVision, LLC (“QOMO”).

To protect and enforce patents protecting HoverCam’s document cameras and software, the Exclusion Order prohibits QOMO from importing and selling QOMO document cameras and software that infringe Pathway’s U.S. Patent No. 8,508,751. The Exclusion Order is intentionally worded to prevent QOMO from changing the names or model numbers of its infringing products in an attempt to evade the Order, and effectively means that QOMO is prohibited from selling or importing into the United States all document cameras. The ‘751 patent is directed to Pathway’s innovative methods and devices capable of providing real-time zoom in video and other features at extremely high resolution and frame rates. Previously, the ITC found QOMO in default for failing to answer or respond to a Notice of Investigation and a Complaint by Pathway alleging that QOMO was infringing Pathway’s ‘751 patent. This Exclusion Order, obtained after many months of effort, represents a significant victory for Pathway in its ongoing campaign to protect and enforce its extensive and expanding intellectual property rights.

About HoverCam:


HoverCam, headquartered in San Diego, CA, is an innovative technology leader in the education market. Their streamlined operations produce market-changing products to keep learning environments engaging and interactive. With integration in over 200,000 classrooms, HoverCam is focused on creating the digital classroom of the future.

Andrew Morgan Product Marketing Manager Andrew@thehovercam.com

Source:Pathway Innovations & Technologies, Inc.