Patent No. 6,178,380 discloses a street identification for a navigation system map zoom feature. The vehicle location display provides information to a user regarding his or her current vehicle location on a map, even when the scale of the map is large. The vehicle location display includes a map scaler that adjusts the scale of the map in response to the input from the user.
Finally, Patent No. 6,029,111 discloses a vehicle navigation system and method using GPS velocities. The vehicle navigation system uses an electromagnetic wave positioning system and GPS velocity data for position propagation. Basically, it is more accurate, efficient, flexible, and cost-effective than previous vehicle navigation systems.
This action, among many others, was transferred from Delaware to Michigan on March 28, 2013. On May 30, 2013, the Plaintiff filed a Motion to Amend the Complaint and a Motion to Consolidate Cases. The Defendant did not oppose consolidation, but it did oppose the Amended Complaint filing. The Plaintiff claims that it is in the court’s best interest to allow the amendment because it would save both judicial and party resources. Before the court could issue an order on the motions, however, Judge Duggan signed an order staying the case pursuant to the court’s August 12, 2013 order in case numbers 13-cv-11389 and 13-cv-11511, which stayed the cases pending the results of a re-examination notice filed with the United States Patent and Trademark Office questioning patentability of the Patents-in-Suit. Judge Duggan signed the order on September 17, 2013.