Charter Pacific Corporation Limited has executed its second international biometric licence agreement with Canadian group, Tapplock Corp, an IoT technology company, providing smart security solutions to both end-consumers and enterprise clients.
The licence agreement is for Tapplock to utilise Charter Pacific’s biometric patent in its signature fingerprint-based smart padlocks that are fast to access and easy to manage. The licence agreement terms are confidential. The licence was negotiated by Mr Jim Shimota, K&L Gates, Chicago.
Tapplock was founded in 2016.
- It was named Canada’s Top 15 Tech Startups by Metabridge, and awarded the iF Design Award and CES Innovation Award Nominee in 2018.
- Tapplock one+ is a cutting-edge smart padlock using fingerprint access with encrypted smartphone-standard fingerprint sensor. A smart lock that can be unlocked with just a tap.
- Tapplock one+ allows you to share and revoke access with your friends and family through your smartphone.
- Tapplock one+ is a similar size to a regular padlock.
About Charter Pacific
Charter Pacific is an Australian technology Company. The Company’s patents provide digital security for banks, bank apps, mobile phones, crypto currency authentication and Government IDs.
- The Company commenced legal proceedings in February 2021 against Apple in the Waco Court in Texas USA for patent infringement.
- The Company also commenced legal proceedings in September 2021 against Apple in the Australian Federal Court for breach of the Company’s biometric patents.
- The Company also commenced legal proceedings in February 2021 against HMD Global (the company currently holding rights to the Nokia phone brand) in the Waco Court in Texas USA for patent infringement.
- Charter Pacific is currently in discussion with targeted companies for either joint venture or licence agreements to further commercialise the biometric patent portfolio.