Small Business 3rd Eye Surveillance Files Lawsuit Against Federal Government Seeking $1 Billion in Damages for Video Surveillance Patent Infringement

DALLAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–3rd Eye Surveillance, a small business that designs, installs and services digital video surveillance systems, has filed an infringement lawsuit against the federal government in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims seeking damages exceeding $1 billion for unlawful use of the company’s three video and image surveillance patents. The owner of the patents, Discovery Patents, LLC of Baltimore Maryland, is also a Plaintiff.

“The federal government has knowingly infringed 3rd Eye’s patent rights and has impeded the company’s ability to do business”

James Otis Faulkner, the founder of Discovery Patents, invented the surveillance system patents in 2002 to improve residential and commercial security alarm systems while helping safeguard people and property from potential emergencies, including criminal activity, acts of terror, natural disasters and medical emergencies.