Sarbajit Kumar Rakshit is a Prolific Inventor from India holding the record of the 2nd Highest Number of Patents ever issued to an Indian. Professionally, he is a Cybersecurity architect and Master Inventor at IBM.
Records held by Sarbajit Kumar Rakshit:
- 2nd Highest Number of Patents (753) issued to an Indian (see full list)
- Highest Number of Patents (163) issued to an Indian in one year.
Sarbajit Kumar Rakshit joined IBM in 2007.
He holds the record of the highest number of patents issued to an Indian in a single year. He was issued 163 patents in 2019. At IBM, he works as a Cybersecurity architect and Master Inventor at IBM.
His first patent was published in 2013.
He completed his degree in Mechanical Engineering from Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology (IIEST), Shibpur in 1997 and resides in Kolkata.
Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology (IIEST), Shibpur is an Institute in the state of West Bengal and is the 2nd oldest Engineering Institute in India having established in 24 November 1856.
- Patents: 753
- Associated: IBM
- First patent on: 2013
- Education: Mechanical Engineering from Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology (IIEST), Shibpur in 1997
- Patent areas: Assistive technology, Communication Techniques, Transportation
Patents by Sarbajit Kumar Rakshit
His first patent was awarded in 2013 and was on a graphic query suggestion apparatus.
His most notable and valuable patent is "US20160070439A1: Electronic commerce using augmented reality glasses and a smartwatch". This patent has been cited by major companies like Microsoft.
Some of his notable patents involve:
- Wireless charging inside clothing
- Replenishing energy in autonomous vehicles
- Automated parking space selection
- Drone to drone package transfers
- Sending a digital file to a recipient using eye gestures
- and many more.
His patents are in 271 distinct patent families. Most of his patent are in "Instruments" followed by "Electric Communication Technique".
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