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David A Hose

from Boulder, CO
Age ~60

David Hose Phones & Addresses

  • 900 Pearl St, Boulder, CO 80302 (720) 381-6550
  • Lafayette, CO
  • San Diego, CA
  • Cambridge, MA
  • 7358 Park Cir, Boulder, CO 80301

Work

Position: Production Occupations

Education

Degree: High school graduate or higher

Resumes

Resumes

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Chief Executive Officer

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Location:
324 Artizan St south, Williamsport, MD 21795
Industry:
Aviation & Aerospace
Work:
Airmap
Chief Executive Officer

Airmap
President

Soundwall Jan 2013 - Dec 2017
Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder

Odava, Inc. Jun 2016 - Jul 2017
Investor

Broadway Roulette Jun 2016 - Jul 2017
Investor
Education:
Uc San Diego 1980 - 1981
Skills:
Product Management
Mobile Devices
Strategy
Start Ups
Mobile Applications
Strategic Partnerships
Mobile Technology
Go To Market Strategy
Product Marketing
Saas
Management
Entrepreneurship
Leadership
Business Development
Location Based Services
Telecommunications
Mobile Internet
Marketing
Business Strategy
Product Development
Venture Capital
Mobile Marketing
Product Innovation
Software Development
Wireless
Mobile Advertising
Competitive Analysis
Professional Services
Cross Functional Team Leadership
Executive Management
Mobile Communications
New Business Development
Digital Media
Software As A Service
Online Marketing
Wireless Technologies
Digital Audio
Solutions Marketing
Corporate Development
Interests:
Mobile
Consumer Internet
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David Hose

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Location:
Greater Denver Area
Industry:
Telecommunications
Skills:
Mobile Devices
Start-ups
Product Management
Mobile Technology
Mobile Applications
Location Based Services
SaaS
Strategic Partnerships
Product Innovation
Product Marketing

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
David A. Hose
Principal
Signal Soft Corp
Prepackaged Software Services · Computer Sales
1495 Cyn Blvd, Boulder, CO 80302
(303) 381-3000
David Alan Hose
President,Chairman
SIGNALSOFT CORP
7358 Park Cir, Boulder, CO 80301
David Hose
Chairman Of The Board Chief Executive Officer And President
VisionAIR
Computer Software · Professional, Scientific and Techincal Servies · Computer Systems Design and Related Services · Implementation Of Integrated Public Safety System · Computer Sales
5601 Barbados Blvd, Castle Hayne, NC 28429
Castle Hayne, NC 28429
9477 Waples St STE 100, San Diego, CA 92121
William Tesauro, San Diego, CA 92121
(910) 675-9117, (910) 602-6190
David Hose
Vice-President, Co-Founder
Useful Networks
Nonclassifiable Establishments · Computer Software Development
1670 Broadway, Denver, CO 80202
1000 Chesterbrook Blvd, Berwyn, PA 19312
(303) 493-5760

Publications

Us Patents

Method And System For Dynamic Location-Based Zone Assignment For A Wireless Communication Network

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US Patent:
6424840, Jul 23, 2002
Filed:
Nov 5, 1999
Appl. No.:
09/435407
Inventors:
James A. Fitch - Edmonds WA
David L. Hose - Boulder CO
Assignee:
SignalSoft Corp. - Boulder CO
International Classification:
H04Q 720
US Classification:
455456, 455406
Abstract:
A method for dynamic location-based zone assignment for a wireless communication network is provided. The method utilizes the location of a users wireless communication device relative to a number of network zones in the wireless communication network. The network zones and their respective coverage areas change from time-to-time. The method comprises receiving the location of the users wireless communication device and accessing a geographical area definition of the user, wherein the geographical area definition includes at least one operating zone. The geographical area definition is translated to a current network area definition. The location of the users wireless communication device is compared to the current network area definition in order to locate the users wireless communication device relative to the operating zones. A record is then assigned based on which operating zone the users wireless communication device is located.

Subscriber Delivered Location-Based Services

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US Patent:
7024205, Apr 4, 2006
Filed:
Nov 6, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/707079
Inventors:
David Hose - Boulder CO, US
Assignee:
Openwave Systems Inc. - Redwood City CA
International Classification:
H04Q 7/20
H04M 3/42
US Classification:
455456, 455517, 455414
Abstract:
A method and apparatus are disclosed for providing subscriber delivered and personalized location-based services. In one embodiment, the invention is implemented in an intelligent wireless network (). A subscriber initiates the location-based service process by entering a service request using a wireless telephone (). The request is transmitted to an intelligent network platform () via cell site equipment () and MSC (). An application implementing the process that runs on the platform () receives subscriber profile information (), location finding equipment inputs () and service information () related to the service request. Based on these inputs, the application selects location-based service data that is transmitted to the telephone () via a data server (), the MSC () and the cell site equipment.

Monitoring Boundary Crossings In A Wireless Network

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US Patent:
7133685, Nov 7, 2006
Filed:
Aug 12, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/203257
Inventors:
David A. Hose - Boulder CO, US
James A. Fitch - Edmonds WA, US
Assignee:
Openwave Systems Inc. - Redwood City CA
International Classification:
H04Q 7/20
US Classification:
4554561, 4554562, 4554563, 4554565, 4554566, 455457, 4554141, 4554142, 4554042, 701207, 340990, 3423571, 34235713
Abstract:
A method of providing location-based services for a mobile unit operating in a wireless network including network structures. The method includes receiving an identifier associated with the mobile unit. The method also includes monitoring a location of the mobile unit using the identifier and a network-assisted location finding system to identify a crossing of a service zone boundary by the mobile unit. The service zone boundary is defined by reference to at least one of the network structures. The service zone boundary also corresponds to a geographic zone boundary. The method further includes transmitting service information to a system user in response to the crossing of the service zone boundary.

Subscriber Delivered Location-Based Services

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US Patent:
7376433, May 20, 2008
Filed:
Dec 17, 2004
Appl. No.:
11/016533
Inventors:
David Hose - Boulder CO, US
Assignee:
Openwave Systems Inc. - Redwood City CA
International Classification:
H04Q 7/20
US Classification:
455466, 455403, 455405, 340391, 340905
Abstract:
A method and apparatus are disclosed for providing subscriber delivered and personalized location-based services. In one embodiment, the invention is implemented in an intelligent wireless network (). A subscriber initiates the location-based service process by entering a service request using a wireless telephone (). The request is transmitted to an intelligent network platform () via cell site equipment () and MSC (). An application implementing the process that runs on the platform () receives subscriber profile information (), location finding equipment inputs () and service information () related to the service request. Based on these inputs, the application selects location-based service data that is transmitted to the telephone () via a data server (), the MSC () and the cell site equipment.

Interface For Wireless Location Information

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US Patent:
7522927, Apr 21, 2009
Filed:
May 9, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/746528
Inventors:
James A. Fitch - Edmunds WA, US
David A. Hose - Boulder CO, US
Michael McNight - Westminster CO, US
Assignee:
Openwave Systems Inc. - Redwood City CA
International Classification:
H04M 11/00
H04L 12/26
G08B 5/22
US Classification:
4554562, 4554561, 455444, 370242, 340 722
Abstract:
Multiple location finding equipment (LFE) inputs are used to enhance location information made available to wireless location-based applications. A wireless network utilizes a mobile switching center to route communications between wireless stations, a network platform, and a variety of LFE systems. A Location Finding System (LFS), resident on the network platform, receives location information from the LFEs and provides location information to wireless location based applications. In this regard, the LFS can receive input information at varying time intervals of varying accuracies and in various formats, and can provide standardized outputs to the applications, for example, depending on the needs of the applications. Multiple inputs may also be co-processed for enhanced accuracy. A specification can be used to ensure that location information at least meets certain minimum criteria, such as geographical accuracy, allowable age, acceptable response time, and confidence.

Interface For Wireless Location Information

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US Patent:
20020077119, Jun 20, 2002
Filed:
Nov 19, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/989091
Inventors:
James Fitch - Edmonds WA, US
David Hose - Boulder CO, US
Michael McKnight - Westminster CO, US
International Classification:
H04Q007/20
US Classification:
455/456000, 455/435000
Abstract:
Multiple location finding equipment (LFE) inputs are used to enhance the location information made available to wireless location-based applications. In one implementation, the invention is implemented in a wireless network including an MSC () for use in routing communications to or from wireless stations (), a network platform () associated with the MSC (), and a variety of LFE systems (and ). A Location Finding System (LFS) () in accordance with the present invention is resident on the platform (). The LFS () receives location information from the LFEs (and ) and provides location information to wireless location based applications (). In this regard, the LFS () can receive input information at varying time intervals. of varying accuracies and in various formats, and can provide standardized outputs to the applications (), for example, depending on the needs of the applications (). Multiple inputs may also be co-processed for enhanced accuracy.

Monitoring Boundary Crossings In A Wireless Network

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US Patent:
20030013449, Jan 16, 2003
Filed:
Jul 11, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/903982
Inventors:
David Hose - Boulder CO, US
James Fitch - Edmonds WA, US
International Classification:
H04Q007/20
US Classification:
455/440000, 455/456000, 455/414000
Abstract:
A process () according to one implementation of the present invention is initiated by receiving () a service zone definition for a boundary crossing. The boundary crossings application further receives () a monitoring request. For example, a vehicle rental company may enter the MIN/ESN of all mobile units associated with vehicles that are to be monitored, the timeframes during which the vehicles are to be monitored and the specific zones or boundaries with respect to which vehicle movement is to be monitored. Movements of the mobile unit or units of interest can then be monitored by receiving and storing () current location information, retrieving () prior location information for the mobile unit or units, and using () the current and prior location information to determine whether a service zone boundary has been crossed during the intervening time interval. Once a determination is made () as to whether a boundary crossing has occurred, the boundary crossing application may continue monitoring mobile unit location/movement and/or may generate () service information according to application parameters. The service information is then transmitted () according to application parameters. Such application parameters may specify the recipient, content and format of the service information.

Providing Subscriber Specific Information Across Wireless Networks

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US Patent:
20080070550, Mar 20, 2008
Filed:
Sep 18, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/857173
Inventors:
David Hose - Boulder CO, US
International Classification:
H04M 1/66
H04Q 7/20
US Classification:
455411000, 455433000
Abstract:
A Clearinghouse is configured to provision subscriber-specific information with respect to subscribers of multiple wireless networks associated with multiple carriers. Application providers can access subscriber-specific information for subscribers of the various networks via a single source, thereby expediting application development and deployment. Moreover, the reach of such wireless service applications can be extended across wireless networks, thereby enhancing application functionality for subscribers. The Clearinghouse can provision the subscriber-specific information in accordance with specific rule sets for each carrier and/or application provider, thereby enabling provision of subscriber-specific information across multiple networks while addressing the privacy and other concerns of individual carriers. For example, in the context of a social networking application, a social network need not be limited in relation to carrier affiliations.
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