Capital Partners | Date: 2013-03-25
A vehicular interface may include an electromechanical interface between a hand-held electronic device and subsystems on a vehicular bus or network. In selected embodiments the interface may operate in a master mode when a handheld device, such as a tablet computer or smart-phone, is not inserted therein. In this mode the interface may serve as a master controller and accesses and controls various subsystems on a vehicle (such as engine control subsystems, media controllers, navigation systems, sensors and transducers) as a master controller. In one embodiment, when a tablet device is inserted into the interface, the interface may automatically switch to slave mode in which it acts as an adapter or interface between the tablet device and the vehicular subsystems. In this mode of operation the users exclusive interface is through the tablet computer and the tablet computer serves as the master controller for the system.
Capital Partners | Date: 2012-11-27
A dual-mode exercise apparatus may include an articulating arm assembly coupled through a joint to a support assembly. In an illustrative embodiment, the arm assembly may include a seat centrally mounted above a ball-and-socket joint and a stabilizer member for the hands and/or feet of the user. In a first mode of operation a user sits on the seat and uses his or her core muscles to articulate the seat on the ball-and-socket joint against the resistance provided by, for instance, weights mounted on distal portions of the arm assembly. In certain embodiments the apparatus may further provide a second mode of operation which simulates rowing a kayak. In a corresponding illustrative embodiment a user sits in a second seat positioned rearward of the arm assembly and the arm assembly includes handle members. In operation the user articulates the handles in a manner akin to rowing a kayak.
Capital Partners | Date: 2014-08-06
A method of expediting medical diagnosis code selection by executing computer-executable instructions stored on a non-transitory computer-readable medium provides a means for healthcare providers to quickly and efficiently select appropriate medical diagnosis codes by providing electronic cheat sheets within a computer program environment. An electronic cheat sheet, or customized reference sheet, contains elements that function as pointers to elements in a database of medical diagnosis codes which has a branching hierarchal structure and can be graphically navigated.
Capital Partners | Date: 2015-03-18
Systems and methods for asset valuation, whole loan processing and inventory management is described. The systems and methods may include modules. An asset valuation tool may use multiple data sources for producing current and predicted future values and historical and intermediate data points on a requested timeline. A loan information pricing tool may perform unlimited volumes of loan program eligibility and multi-variable pricings on a user desktop. A workout activity tracking tool may capture, monitor, measure and report on a loan workout process including direct hosting and integration of the asset valuation tool and the loan information pricing tool. The present invention may offer diverse and competitive modular components as well as an integrated and innovative platform that does not exist in the market.
Capital Partners | Date: 2014-03-19
In certain embodiments, the system of the invention automatically replicates a users personal computing environment and provides associated remote server access using authentication credentials and data files supplied by a local handheld device as coordinated by session level software common to the handheld device, the replicated system, the system on which the replication occurs, and the remote servers. The application enables a handheld computing device to transfer a users various online account credentials to a users other computing devices securely and automatically. Thereafter the other computing device accesses a users cloud-based storage and various on-line accounts and also pulls selected documents, bookmarks and related information directly from a users handheld. The other computing device thereby essentially becomes a clone of a users primary personal computer, complete with bookmarks, email account access, documents in a users desktop and My Documents folder, pictures, music, and on-line content subscription access.