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  • Centerville, UT
  • New Providence, NJ
  • Belleville, NJ
  • Philadelphia, PA

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Company: C m automotive systems, inc. Address: 120 Commerce Way, Walnut, CA 91789 Position: Director - engineering Industries: Air and Gas Compressors

Resumes

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Independent Retail Professional

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Position:
Business devellopment at Dynamo Distribution
Location:
Greater Los Angeles Area
Industry:
Staffing and Recruiting
Work:
Dynamo Distribution since Oct 2010
Business devellopment
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Director Of Engineering At Cm

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Position:
Director of Engineering at CM
Location:
Greater Los Angeles Area
Industry:
Automotive
Work:
CM
Director of Engineering
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Jorge Young

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Location:
United States
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Jorge Young

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United States

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Jorge Young
Director - Engineering
C M Automotive Systems, Inc.
Air and Gas Compressors
120 Commerce Way, Walnut, CA 91789
Jorge Young
Secretary, Secretary
Mobile Armor, Inc
Custom Computer Programing · Data Security Solutions
(314) 590-0900

Publications

Us Patents

Tire Pressure Sensory Monitoring System

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US Patent:
6408690, Jun 25, 2002
Filed:
Jun 12, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/592500
Inventors:
Jorge A. Young - Claremont CA
Chander P. Mittal - Rowland Heights CA
Joe Huayue Zhou - Hacienda Heights CA
Assignee:
CM Automotive Systems Inc. - Walnut CA
International Classification:
B60C 2302
US Classification:
731465
Abstract:
A tire pressure monitoring system includes plurality of sensor modules having respective motion switches and pressure sensors respectively attached to the tires of a vehicle. The sensor modules communicate, by RF broadcast transmission, tire pressure messages at staggered times so that the transmitted messages to a passenger compartment monitor do not interfere with each other for improve reliable reception of the messages.

Tire Pressure Sensory And Monitoring Method

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US Patent:
6453737, Sep 24, 2002
Filed:
Jun 16, 1999
Appl. No.:
09/333893
Inventors:
Jorge A. Young - Claremont CA,
Chander P. Mittal - Rowland Heights CA,
Joe Huayue Zhou - Hacienda Heights CA,
International Classification:
B60C 2302
US Classification:
731465, 340447
Abstract:
A tire pressure monitor method enables the reassignment of tire pressure sensors to respective tire locations on the vehicle in the event that the sensors are lost or replaced with new sensors having differing identification codes. A passenger compartment monitors, that normally monitor tire pressures through broadcast transmission from the sensors, is manually put into an identification entry mode selecting a desired tire location, and when the vehicle begins travel, a motion switch in the new sensor detects vehicular motion and activates the transmission of the new identification code that is received by the monitor that then assigns the presently selected tire location to received identification code.

Tire Pressure Monitoring System

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US Patent:
6507276, Jan 14, 2003
Filed:
Jun 12, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/592600
Inventors:
Jorge A. Young - Claremont CA
Chander P. Mittal - Rowland Heights CA
Joe Huayue Zhou - Hacienda Heights CA
Assignee:
CM Automotive Systems Inc. - Walnut CA
International Classification:
B60C 2300
US Classification:
340447, 340442, 340539, 731465
Abstract:
A tire pressure monitoring system includes plurality of sensor modules having respective motion switches and pressure sensors respectively attached to the tires of a vehicle. The sensor modules communicate, by RF broadcast transmission, tire pressure messages at staggered times so that the transmitted messages to a passenger compartment monitor do not interfere with each other for improve reliable reception of the messages.

Card Reader For Security System

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US Patent:
4816658, Mar 28, 1989
Filed:
Apr 3, 1987
Appl. No.:
7/036150
Inventors:
Bhupendra J. Khandwala - Claremont CA
Jorge A. Young - Claremont CA
Sarkis V. Kalustian - Claremont CA
Assignee:
Casi-Rusco, Inc. - Boca Raton FL
International Classification:
G06K 500
US Classification:
235382
Abstract:
There is disclosed herein an improved card reader for a security system utilizing a central controller and a plurality of card readers for controlling traffic through critical doors in a facility. During normal operation, the card readers read card data and send it to the central controller. The central controller makes the decision whether to grant or deny access based upon a comparison of the card data and data kept in memory regarding persons who are authorized access to certain areas. The central controller then sends a "Go" or "No Go" message, i. e. , whether or not to grant access, to the reader after the access decision is made. The improved reader includes means for storing the authorized identification code data for persons who will be allowed access during times when communications between the card reader and the central controller are not working. There is also disclosed means for temporarily storing transaction information for transactions made during periods when communications with the controller are lost. During such degraded mode operation, i. e.

Card Reader For Time And Attendance

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US Patent:
4538056, Aug 27, 1985
Filed:
Feb 6, 1985
Appl. No.:
6/698742
Inventors:
Jorge A. Young - Claremont CA
Bhupendra J. Khandwala - Claremont CA
Assignee:
Figgie International, Inc. - Richmond VA
International Classification:
G06C 1510
US Classification:
235377
Abstract:
There is disclosed herein an improved card reader for a security system utilizing a central controller and a plurality of card readers for controlling traffic through critical doors in a facility. The improved reader includes means for improving the system throughput by buffer storing large numbers of transactions all occurring within a short time for time clock functions in time and attendance applications for hourly employees. Also disclosed are means for conditioned emergency responses to sensed changes in status of alarm contacts coupled to the reader and located in the vicinity of the reader within 2 miles. There is also disclosed means for temporarily storing transaction information for transactions made during periods when communications with the controller are lost. During such degraded mode operation, access is granted to cardholders with the proper system code and their ID code and the time of the transaction are stored in a buffer. When communications are restored, the transactions saved in the buffer are sent to the controller.

Card Reader With Buffer For Degraded Mode

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US Patent:
4544832, Oct 1, 1985
Filed:
Feb 22, 1985
Appl. No.:
6/704898
Inventors:
Jorge A. Young - Claremont CA
Bhupendra J. Khandwala - Claremont CA
Assignee:
Figgie International, Inc. - Richmond VA
International Classification:
G06C 1500
US Classification:
235377
Abstract:
There is disclosed herein an improved card reader for a security system utilizing a central controller and a plurality of card readers for controlling traffic through critical doors in a facility. The improved reader includes means for improving the system throughput by buffer storing large numbers of transactions all occurring within a short time for time clock functions in time and attendance applications for hourly employees. Also disclosed are means for conditioned emergency responses to sensed changes in status of alarm contacts coupled to the reader and located in the vicinity of the reader within 2 miles. There is also disclosed means for temporarily storing transaction information for transactions made during periods when communications with the controller are lost. During such degraded mode operation, access is granted to cardholders with the proper system code and their ID code and the time of the transaction are stored in a buffer. When communications are restored, the transactions saved in the buffer are sent to the controller.
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