Most of the US Dooh In-store vendors are using my patents. They will be asked to pay royalties for it, soon.

This was said by Mr. David Sitbon, the owner of a Dooh patent. He is a businessman who owns a Dooh company called U-see2.
By: U-see2
TEL-AVIV, Israel - Oct. 12, 2016 - PRLog -- U-See2's main patent is called "Advertising method and system with use of multi-screened computer monitor units". The patent seems to claim that royalties are entitled for playing ads on almost any retail screen based on the service desks, facing customers.

Mr. Sitbon told us that the patent is valid for any counter screen (POS or other), playing Ads or promotions on screens located between the person who gives the service and the person who gets the service (QSR, POS promo screens, Bank counters, etc.).

"After a few years of waiting and learning the US Dooh market," says Mr. David Sitbon, the owner of U-see2, "We are currently choosing our local US partners, and getting ready to claim our rights, starting early 2017."

To the question "Aren't you a patent Troll?" Mr. Sitbon claims he is not, saying:

"Patent Trolls are known as a 'non-practicing entity' but this is clearly not our case. U-see2's business is the Dooh market
, and double screens is our source of income. If we don't protect it with a patent we don't exist as a company."

A quick search over Google indicates that Mr. Sitbon has at least 10 additional Dooh patents.

The Most of his relevant Dooh patents is called System & Method for Digital Multi-Lateral proofreading during meeting ( Either way, the 2 leading patents (which are mentioned above) are due to expire only in 2028; thus it seems he's expected to play a significant role in the Global Dooh market in the coming years.

Tags:Digital Signage, Dooh, Patent
Industry:Business, Electronics, Multimedia, Retail
Location:Tel-Aviv - Center - Israel
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