X One's Patented Software Enables Application Development Across the Sharing Economy
Richard Haney, inventor of X One’s patents, recognized the need for mobile-device location-sharing technology years He envisioned a new way for mobile device users to share location information with one another, such as when friends want to meet in a crowded public place or when a tow truck driver needs to locate a stranded motorist.
X One recognized that it would be useful for mobile devices to launch an application and display a map allowing users to easily see where they were in relation to specific family members, friends, or service providers.
Since that time, the Patent Office has issued thirty-three (33) patents to X One, collectively including nearly a thousand claims.
X One envisioned a new way for mobile device users to share location information.
To date (2003-present) the Patent Office has issued thirty-thre (33) patents collectively including nearly one thousand claims.