Hot on the heels of its recent “clip-in” window sensor patent – a mechanism that allows sensors to be effortlessly clipped on and off a mounting bracket affixed to the window frame’s interior – Kubu announces another significant addition to their portfolio of intellectual property, with the granting of a patent for its innovative wire coil sensing technology.
This latest patent specifically covers the use of wire coils enclosed in a housing, enabling a sensor to accurately report the opening, closing, and locking of a window or door.
Ryan Bromley, Co-founder of Kubu, remarked, “Each patent we secure is a reflection of our unwavering commitment to genuine innovation in the smart security space. Our wire coil technology is another feather in our cap, reinforcing Kubu’s leadership in the Smart Security industry.”
The fenestration industry is rapidly evolving, with Fabricators and Installers on the lookout for genuine, reliable Smart solutions. The fenestration market, however, is witnessing many new products – from re-brands of imported tech, to genuine certified innovative products – making it ever more difficult for industry professionals to know who they can trust.
Mark Bromley, CEO at Kubu, stated, “It’s imperative for Fabricators and Installers to choose tech from a manufacturer, rather than a distributor, and that the manufacturer they choose can evidence that they own the IP for the products they are selling.”
Ryan continued, “Our position in the market has been further reinforced, as we now have two very distinct patents relating to window sensors.”
“One that covers a sensor being clipped to a bracket and now this one that covers metal detection on a window. Both are very unique and narrow in their scope, giving us very strong protection on this type of smart sensing product.”
Kubu’s message remains consistent and clear: when choosing a Smart Partner for your business, opt for genuine, patented technology.
For more details on Kubu’s patented technologies and the value they bring to the fenestration industry, visit getkubu.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0330 555 9545.