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Jonathan P Cansfield

from Dexter, MI
Age ~59

Jonathan Cansfield Phones & Addresses

  • 7071 Wilson St, Dexter, MI 48130 (734) 424-1555
  • 2470 Dongara Dr, Dexter, MI 48130
  • 1370 Spinnaker Ct, Holland, MI 49424 (616) 738-2115
  • 3513 Butternut Dr, Holland, MI 49424
  • Troy, MI

Publications

Us Patents

Automotive Seat Reconfigurable To Work Desk

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US Patent:
8109565, Feb 7, 2012
Filed:
Nov 14, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/271194
Inventors:
John E. Waters - Fortville IN,
Daniel A. Friedman - Zionsville IN,
David B. Busch - Fishers IN,
Rollin Nothwehr - Holland MI,
Jonathan Peter Cansfield - Dexter MI,
Emery Jay Zadina - Ypsilanti MI,
Assignee:
Bright Automotive, Inc. - Anderson IN
Johnson Controls Technology Company - Holland MI
International Classification:
A47B 85/04
US Classification:
297125, 297129, 297335, 297336, 108 44
Abstract:
An automotive seat has a seat back and a seat bottom that are movable between a seating configuration and a work desk configuration. When moving from the seating configuration to the work desk configuration, the seat bottom pivots forwardly into a generally vertical orientation and the seat back pivots downwardly into a generally horizontal orientation. The seat bottom supports an end of the seat back when the seat bottom and the seat back are in the work desk configuration. The back surface of the seat back faces upwardly to provide a work surface when the seat bottom and the seat back are in the work desk configuration. Sufficient space is provided beneath the seat back when in the work desk configuration to accommodate a person's legs underneath the seat back.

System And Method For Enhancing Vision In A Vehicle

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US Patent:
2002018, Dec 19, 2002
Filed:
Jun 27, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/169421
Inventors:
Larry Mathias - Byron Center MI,
Paul Amos - Holland MI,
Jonathan Cansfield - Holland MI,
Eugene Sobieski - Holland MI,
International Classification:
B60D001/28
B60L003/00
B60R021/00
B60K028/00
US Classification:
180/271000
Abstract:
A vision enhancement system for a vehicle includes a first camera, a second camera, a display, and a switch. The first camera is configured to view an interior of the vehicle and to generate a first video signal representative of the interior of the vehicle. The second camera is configured to view an exterior of the vehicle and to generate a second video signal representative of the exterior of the vehicle. The switch is coupled to the first and second cameras and to the display. The switch is configured to receive the first and second video signals and to selectively provide the first and second video signals to the display.

System And Method For Vision Enhancement In A Vehicle

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US Patent:
2003000, Jan 2, 2003
Filed:
Jun 27, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/169419
Inventors:
Larry Mathias - Byron Center MI,
Paul Amos - Holland MI,
Jonathan Cansfield - Holland MI,
Eugene Sobleski - Holland MI,
International Classification:
G09G005/00
G02B027/14
US Classification:
359/630000, 345/009000
Abstract:
A vision enhancement system for a vehicle includes a camera () and a display (). The camera () and display () are coupled to an interior of the vehicle. The camera () is configured to view the interior of the vehicle and to generate a video signal representative of the interior of the vehicle. The display () is coupled to the interior of the vehicle and coupled to the camera (). The display () is configured to display the video signal.

Headliner Assembly

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US Patent:
6257616, Jul 10, 2001
Filed:
Dec 23, 1998
Appl. No.:
9/219010
Inventors:
Raymond J. Nowak - Holland MI
Jonathan Peter Cansfield - Holland MI
Robert C. Fitzpatrick - Holland MI
Alan P. Collins - Holland MI
Assignee:
Prince Technology Corporation - Holland MI
International Classification:
B60R 2122
US Classification:
2807302
Abstract:
A headliner assembly for use in a vehicle including a headliner having a panel, an airbag carrier bracket coupled to the panel of the headliner, an airbag inflater coupled to the airbag carrier bracket, and a side curtain airbag coupled to the airbag carrier bracket and the airbag inflater, for inflation during a collision.

Storage Assembly For An Overhead Console

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US Patent:
6276737, Aug 21, 2001
Filed:
Jan 7, 2000
Appl. No.:
9/479184
Inventors:
Jonathan P. Cansfield - Holland MI
Paul R. Amos - Holland MI
Karl R. Stanley - Holland MI
Assignee:
Johnson Controls Interiors Technology Corp. - Holland MI
International Classification:
B60N 312
B60R 700
B60R 1106
US Classification:
296 378
Abstract:
A storage assembly for an overhead console of a vehicle including a storage member connected to the vehicle for pivotal movement from a retracted position to a deployed position, a tracking device mounted to the vehicle and defining a first guide track, and an arm member having a first end connected to the storage member for pivotal movement and a second end connected to the tracking device for sliding movement along the first guide track.
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