DRS Trademark

Trademark Overview


On Wednesday, August 14, 1996, a trademark application was filed for DRS with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. The USPTO has given the DRS trademark a serial number of 75150395. The federal status of this trademark filing is REGISTERED AND RENEWED as of Saturday, August 1, 2009. This trademark is owned by Diagnostic/Retrieval Systems, Inc.. The DRS trademark is filed in the Computer & Software Products & Electrical & Scientific Products category with the following description:

industrial, commercial and military integrated electronic, digital and analog acoustic, combat, tactical, radar, and navigational signal generators, signal, data and micro processors, and recorders using videotapes, cassette tapes, reel-to-reel tapes, rotary recording heads, digital recorders, and magneto-optical recorders, and computer software for recording signal data and computer display data; computer software for military applications, namely, for display of sonar, radar, tactical, combat, and navigational data; computer hardware and software that display data on video display monitors and workstations comprising high resolution display monitors or flat panel displays, keyboards, mice, trackballs, circuit cards, wire and harness cable assemblies, power switches, and power supplies, that process acoustic, tactical, video, audio, sensor, radar and navigational data, comprising metal housing units and drawers in which the foregoing electronic components are inserted, and comprising ...

General Information


Serial Number75150395
Word MarkDRS
Filing DateWednesday, August 14, 1996
Status800 - REGISTERED AND RENEWED
Status DateSaturday, August 1, 2009
Registration Number2347941
Registration DateTuesday, May 9, 2000
Mark Drawing5T07 - Drawing with word(s) / letter(s) / number(s) in Stylized form
Published for Opposition DateTuesday, February 15, 2000
Attorney NameAlicia Grahn Jones
Law Office Location CodeL20
Employee NameSMIGA, HOWARD
CorrespondentAlicia Grahn Jones
Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP
MAILSTOP: IP DOCKETING - 22
1100 Peachtree Street, Suite 2800
Atlanta GA 30309-4528

Trademark Statements


Certificate of Correction for RegistrationIn the statement, column 1, line 1, "New Jersey" should be deleted, and, "Delaware" should be inserted.
Goods and Servicesindustrial, commercial and military integrated electronic, digital and analog acoustic, combat, tactical, radar, and navigational signal generators, signal, data and micro processors, and recorders using videotapes, cassette tapes, reel-to-reel tapes, rotary recording heads, digital recorders, and magneto-optical recorders, and computer software for recording signal data and computer display data; computer software for military applications, namely, for display of sonar, radar, tactical, combat, and navigational data; computer hardware and software that display data on video display monitors and workstations comprising high resolution display monitors or flat panel displays, keyboards, mice, trackballs, circuit cards, wire and harness cable assemblies, power switches, and power supplies, that process acoustic, tactical, video, audio, sensor, radar and navigational data, comprising metal housing units and drawers in which the foregoing electronic components are inserted, and comprising computer software and peripheral equipment, namely, digital, analog, longitudinal or magneto-optical recorders that use magnetic tape on reels, rotary heads or cassettes or magneto-optical disks; ship-based video display monitors and display workstations comprising high resolution display monitors or flat panel displays, keyboards, mice, trackballs, circuit cards, wire and harness cable assemblies, power switches, and power supplies, that process acoustic, tactical, video, audio, sensor, radar and navigational data, comprising metal housing units and drawers in which the foregoing electronic components are inserted, and comprising computer software and peripheral equipment, namely, digital, analog, longitudinal or magneto-optical recorders that use magnetic tape on reels, rotary heads or cassettes or magneto-optical disks, for use with acoustic, combat, tactical, radar, and navigational data, audio cassette, tape and digital event recorders, and signal, data and micro processors, and computer software for recording these events and analyzing the information generated by these recorders; workstation consoles to house acoustic, combat, tactical, radar, and navigational audio, video, event and data recorders and signal, data, and micro processors; land-, sea-, and air-based acoustic processors that collect sonar data and convert that data into digital signals for transmission to other equipment, and video generators that allow a picture to appear on a workstation or video display monitor and that generate images of acoustic, radar, combat, tactical and navigational data, and the computer software for processing these data, converting these data into signals, and transmitting to other equipment, for military, industrial and commercial uses; acoustic, radar, thermal and infrared target and threat detection systems comprising sensors, namely, sonar buoys, string arrays, sonar sensors and radar antennae that collect and transmit data to be processed, displayed and printed, monitors, signal, data and micro processors, printers, antennae, audio cassette, audio-tape or digital recorders, video cassette, videotape or digital event recorders, and acoustic, tactical and radar sensor data processed and recorded by acoustic and thermal imaging devices, the latter capable of printing out a thermal image of data, recorders, and workstations comprising high resolution display monitors or flat panel displays, keyboards, mice, trackballs, circuit cards, wire and harness cable assemblies, power switches, and power supplies, that process acoustic, tactical, video, audio, sensor, radar and navigational data, comprising metal housing units and drawers in which the foregoing components are inserted, and comprising computer software and peripheral equipment, namely, digital, analog, longitudinal or magneto-optical recorders that use magnetic tape on reels, rotary heads or cassettes or magneto-optical disks, and imagers, namely, thermal, video and data display monitors or flat panels to allow the processing and interpretation of data, namely, acoustic, tactical and radar sensor data processed by threat detection systems and recorded by acoustic and thermal imaging devices, the latter capable of printing out a thermal image of radar data and sonar data collected from underwater sensing devices, namely, sonar buoys, and string arrays, and the computer software for transmitting, displaying and printing sonar and radar signals and data, namely, acoustic, tactical and radar sensor data processed by threat detection systems and recorded by acoustic and thermal imaging devices, the latter capable of printing out a thermal image of radar data and sonar data collected from underwater sensing devices, namely, sonar buoys, and string arrays; integrated undersea sonar and sonic sensors, processors, recorders, and radars for threat detection and intercept, radar displays and workstations comprising sensors, signal, data, and micro processors, imagers, video display monitors or flat panels, and antennae used to detect the presence of land-, sea-, and air-based vehicles, bodies or objects, to locate and track movement of those vehicles, bodies or objects, and to collect data to allow classification and identification thereof, and the computer software for collecting, recording, and displaying the signals and data used to detect the presence of land-, sea-, and air-based vehicles, bodies or objects, to locate and track movement of those vehicles, bodies or objects, and to collect data to allow classification and identification thereof; display generators, namely, circuit cards, wire and harness cable assemblies, and power supplies that process incoming data and allow an image to be presented on video display monitors or flat panel displays, microprocessors and integrated electronic circuits to process signals to create pictures and displays for high-resolution video display monitors; acoustic training [ and simulation and emulation equipment, namely, complete consoles and workstations used for training ] comprising high resolution display monitors or flat panel displays, keyboards, mice, trackballs, circuit cards, wire and harness cable assemblies, power switches, and power supplies, that process acoustic, tactical, video, audio, sensor, radar and navigational data, comprising metal housing units and drawers in which the foregoing electronic components are inserted, and comprising computer software and peripheral equipment, namely, digital, analog, longitudinal or magneto-optical recorders that use magnetic tape on reels, rotary heads or cassettes or magneto-optical disks, and computer software for military land-and ship-based sonar, combat, tactical, radar, and navigational systems to allow training in use of sonar, combat, tactical, radar and navigation systems; high-speed digital imaging cameras used as recording devices and storage devices to capture images for the testing and evaluation of weapon-separation events on board rotary-and fixed-wing aircraft and for other high-speed events; microprocessor-based data processors, video display monitors and workstations comprising high resolution display monitors or flat panel displays, key-boards, mice, trackballs, circuit cards, wire and harness cable assemblies, power switches, and power supplies, that process acoustic, tactical, video, audio, sensor, radar and navigational data, comprising metal housing units and drawers in which the foregoing electronic components are inserted, and comprising computer software and peripheral equipment, namely, digital, analog, longitudinal or magneto-optical recorders that use magnetic tape on reels, rotary heads or cassettes or magneto-optical disks, that emulate existing, deployed military computer display consoles and computer peripherals; [ fixed and portable digital, analog and magnetic tape-based video data recording, storage and playback devices, namely, 8 millimeter, digital video, audio, cassette, disk, tape and magneto-optical disk, video cassette, videotape or digital event and, combat, antisubmarine warfare and other ocean surveillance and training mission recorders, sonar, video cassette, videotape or digital, data, namely, acoustic, sonar, and radar sensor data, cockpit video displays, cockpit voice, altitude, weapon targeting, on board system failures, event and combat, antisubmarine warfare and other ocean surveillance and training mission recorders, data storage, and data playback and display devices, namely, event, data, namely, acoustic, sonar, radar sensor data, cockpit video display, cockpit voice, altitude, weapon targeting, and on board system failures, video cassette, videotape or digital, and audio cassette, audiotape or digital recorders, remote controls, and interface units, namely, boxes of electronics housing power supplies, circuit cards, wire and cable assemblies, switches or junction boxes to interface between recorders and other electronic gear on aircraft or other land-, sea-, or air-based vehicles to process data into acceptable formats for recording, and video and audio recorders and players used to record events, missions, and to identify targets, with playback used to verify whether identification was correct, for use in military, industrial and commercial aircraft and ships and land-based vehicles; ] military quality integrated circuit cards, complex electrical, coaxial and fiber optic cables, cable harnesses and integrated circuit cards for the military and aerospace markets; electro-optical devices and systems comprising optical mirrors, lenses, namely, glass material which is formed, shaped, and polished for a variety of visual uses such as binoculars, night vision apparatus or camera systems, [ equipment for detecting and directing laser beams, lasers used in conjunction with optical mirrors to foresight, namely, to align optical sighting systems with weapon systems, and parts for use therewith, ] assemblies comprised of optical materials, namely, glass mirrors and sighting/weapon targeting lenses and metal housings, namely, custom-designed metal pieces into which the mirrors and lenses are placed resulting in missile mirror component assemblies which are inserted into missile guidance systems manufactured by others, mirror assemblies to focus infrared energy onto sensor in guidance system to direct missile to target, lens assemblies used as sights incorporated into other weapon systems which launch and direct weapons on the ground, for industrial, commercial and military uses, namely, sighting, targeting, range-finding and weapon fire control systems and for aligning and synchronizing weapon, targeting and navigation systems aboard military land-, sea-, and air-based weapon platforms, and for focusing infrared signals; night-vision binoculars and other hand-held and mounted night-vision and daylight viewing and sighting devices for military personnel and installed in military vehicles comprising periscopes and optical materials, namely, lens sights that are coated to protect the eyes against laser beams; [ expendable magnetic head products used in production of computer disk drives, namely, burnishing heads used to smooth disks, glides heads used to spin over disks and to ensure that the burnishing heads performed their function, edge heads used to move along the edge of a disk and to write in digital clocks; ] magnetic data and recording heads to write and retrieve data from magnetic storage media, namely, coded magnetic cards and tapes, used in card reading systems to write or read data or verify information and magnetic recording heads used to record flight information from recording equipment, namely, commercial and military flight data recorders and cockpit voice recorders, in military and commercial aircraft; audio heads for cassette duplication, magnetic components for card readers, namely, magnetic heads, magnetic coded card readers for airline ticketing, automated teller machines and security access monitors, broadcast heads for receiving, recording and transmitting television, video and audio for television and radio stations, digital data tape heads for computer hard disk back-up and other archival applications, namely, storing computer data and storing computer program applications; magnetic broadcast audio heads used to record frequently repeated messages, magnetic flight recorder heads used to record cockpit, voice and other data, namely, acoustic, sonar, radar sensor data, cockpit video displays, cockpit voice, altitude, weapon targeting, and on board system failures, and components, namely, magnetic heads, for magnetic coded strip card readers for defense and commercial markets; and upper drum and rotary head scanners, namely, television broadcast video head scanners, used in connection with television and broadcast video cameras and recorders

Classification Information


International Class009 - Scientific, nautical, surveying, photographic, cinematographic, optical, weighing, measuring, signalling, checking (supervision), life-saving and teaching apparatus and instruments; apparatus and instruments for conducting, switching, transforming, accumulating, regulating or controlling electricity; apparatus for recording, transmission or reproduction of sound or images; magnetic data carriers, recording discs; automatic vending machines and mechanisms for coin operated apparatus; cash registers, calculating machines, data processing equipment and computers; fire extinguishing apparatus.
US Class Codes021, 023, 026, 036, 038
Class Status Code6 - Active
Class Status DateMonday, September 16, 1996
Primary Code009
First Use Anywhere DateTuesday, March 25, 1997
First Use In Commerce DateTuesday, March 25, 1997

Trademark Owner History


Party NameLEONARDO DRS, INC.
Party Type31 - New Owner After Registration
Legal Entity Type03 - Corporation
Address2345 CRYSTAL DRIVE, SUITE 1000
ARLINGTON, VA 22202

Party NameDRS TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
Party Type30 - Original Registrant
Legal Entity Type03 - Corporation
Address5 Sylvan Way
Parsippany, NJ 07054

Party NameDRS TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
Party Type20 - Owner at Publication
Legal Entity Type03 - Corporation
Address5 Sylvan Way
Parsippany, NJ 07054

Party NameDRS TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
Party Type11 - New Owner Before Publication
Legal Entity Type03 - Corporation
Address5 Sylvan Way
Parsippany, NJ 07054

Party NameDiagnostic/Retrieval Systems, Inc.
Party Type10 - Original Applicant
Legal Entity Type03 - Corporation
Address5 Sylvan Way
Parsippany, NJ 07054

Trademark Events


Event DateEvent Description
Thursday, February 4, 2021CASE ASSIGNED TO POST REGISTRATION PARALEGAL
Wednesday, November 18, 2020AUTOMATIC UPDATE OF ASSIGNMENT OF OWNERSHIP
Monday, November 9, 2020TEAS SECTION 8 & 9 RECEIVED
Thursday, May 9, 2019COURTESY REMINDER - SEC. 8 (10-YR)/SEC. 9 E-MAILED
Thursday, April 19, 2012ATTORNEY/DOM.REP.REVOKED AND/OR APPOINTED
Thursday, April 19, 2012TEAS REVOKE/APP/CHANGE ADDR OF ATTY/DOM REP RECEIVED
Saturday, August 1, 2009REGISTERED AND RENEWED (FIRST RENEWAL - 10 YRS)
Saturday, August 1, 2009REGISTERED - SEC. 8 (10-YR) ACCEPTED/SEC. 9 GRANTED
Friday, July 31, 2009ASSIGNED TO PARALEGAL
Friday, June 26, 2009TEAS SECTION 8 & 9 RECEIVED
Wednesday, June 7, 2006REGISTERED - SEC. 8 (6-YR) ACCEPTED & SEC. 15 ACK.
Wednesday, June 7, 2006ASSIGNED TO PARALEGAL
Friday, April 14, 2006CASE FILE IN TICRS
Friday, December 16, 2005REGISTERED - SEC. 8 (6-YR) & SEC. 15 FILED
Friday, December 16, 2005TEAS SECTION 8 & 15 RECEIVED
Thursday, September 19, 2002CORRECTION UNDER SECTION 7 ¿ PROCESSED
Tuesday, October 9, 2001POST REGISTRATION ACTION MAILED - SEC. 7
Thursday, September 6, 2001SEC 7 REQUEST FILED
Tuesday, May 9, 2000REGISTERED-PRINCIPAL REGISTER
Tuesday, February 15, 2000PUBLISHED FOR OPPOSITION
Friday, January 14, 2000NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Monday, November 8, 1999APPROVED FOR PUB - PRINCIPAL REGISTER
Monday, June 21, 1999ASSIGNED TO EXAMINER
Friday, June 18, 1999ASSIGNED TO EXAMINER
Wednesday, April 14, 1999CORRESPONDENCE RECEIVED IN LAW OFFICE
Friday, December 11, 1998CORRESPONDENCE RECEIVED IN LAW OFFICE
Friday, November 20, 1998CORRESPONDENCE RECEIVED IN LAW OFFICE
Thursday, May 6, 1999EXAMINER'S AMENDMENT MAILED
Tuesday, April 27, 1999ASSIGNED TO EXAMINER
Thursday, July 2, 1998DISAPPROVAL - AMENDMENT TO USE MAILED
Monday, January 26, 1998DIVISIONAL PROCESSING COMPLETE
Monday, October 20, 1997DIVISIONAL REQUEST RECEIVED
Monday, April 28, 1997NON-FINAL ACTION MAILED
Monday, April 14, 1997ASSIGNED TO EXAMINER
Thursday, April 10, 1997ASSIGNED TO EXAMINER