Trademark: 88377974
Status Code
Status Date
Friday, April 12, 2019
Serial Number
Filing Date
Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Trademark Owner History

9 Data processing equipment and accessories; Health monitoring tools; alarm instruments; connected bracelets for measuring health data; instruments for measuring temperature; tools for measuring weight; signaling apparatus and instruments; measuring instruments, namely, connected bracelets; sensors for measuring instruments; instruments and control devices for supervision; apparatus and instruments for data reproduction; scientific, nautical, surveillance, photographic, cinematographic, optical, weighing, measuring, signaling, control, life-saving and teaching apparatus and instruments; smart bracelets; sleep monitoring tools; non-medical biometric data monitoring tools; alarm sensors; electronic alarm devices for personal use; localization devices; protective and safety equipment; security surveillance equipment; rescue, safety, protection and signaling devices; artificial intelligence devices; artificial intelligence software for tracking, storing and analyzing personal health information; artificial intelligence software for medical services; machine learning software
10 Electrodes for the detection of biological parameters; heart rate monitors; heart rate monitors to be used during physical exercise; detection devices for medical use
42 Design of software for integrated devices; design services relating to data processing devices; design of personal safety devices; smart bracelet design; design of products with integrated devices
The mark consists of the stylized word SMAiRTHERO in which the letters I and R in SMAiRT are telescoped into a single letter to emphasize the word "Ai", as in "artificial intelligence." The word HERO is shaded darker than SMAIRT. To the left of the word SMAiRTHERO is a profile image of a human head containing two sensors with three wings on the outside of the head.

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Apr 12, 2019
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Trademark Alertz updated from USPTO on 2019-04-15