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Recognition for LBT in Intellectual Property Patents

Location Based Technologies : 22 March, 2010  (Company News)
MDB Capital Group lists Location Based Technologies in the Top 10 percent ranking for registered patents
Location Based Technologies has received a ranking in the top 10 percent for technology leadership from over 1,600 small cap companies with US patents as rated by MDB Capital Group's proprietary IP business intelligence platform - PatentVest (PV Tech).

LBT's superior score of 1.92 (as of February 18, 2010) earned the company a prestigious invitation to the Bright Lights Conference in May, 2010 in San Francisco. MDB calculates PV Tech scores based on LBT's patent registration as measured against companies applying for protection with the USPTO. A typical company has a PV Tech Score of 1.2 and, in addition, LBT has a noteworthy patent conversion rate of more than 75%.

"Patents are a sign of innovation and technological leadership," stated Joseph Scalisi, LBT's Co-President and Chief Development Officer. "Patents also contribute to the overall value of the company by protecting your leadership position and may lead to significant licensing revenues. Currently LBT has 19 US issued patents, 12 additional patents pending, with 12 international patents issued or pending," he added.

IP is a strategic asset that may be used to create and sustain competitive advantage which often leads to market share gains, enhanced pricing premiums, and increased shareholder value. MDB Capital highlights that 60% of the value of the Wilshire 5000 is intangible and represents over seven trillion dollars in value. Great IP also correlates with superior risk-adjusted returns and with increased pricing power. For example, companies with high tech scores during this most recent period of essentially flat GDP growth performed 38% better than the U.S. economy at large and 112% better than companies with low tech scores.

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