AmMech has coordinated with The University of Texas at San Antonio and submitted to convert the provisional patent to a utlity patent. The patent for a medical device designed to assist mothers and their newborn infant to better bond and grow together. The device offers the peace of mind to both mother and physician alike while maintaining the ever important bond of the breast feeding eperience.
The University of Texas at San Antonio Tech Symposium Winners!
AmMech Inc. won first place out of 26 teams at the 2016 UTSA Tech Symposium with the Non-Intrusive Breast Milk Monitor. In the picture above starting from the left: Rowdy, Gustavo Contreras, JoAnn Browning, Ph.D. Dean of UTSA Engineering, Leo Drew, and Briegette Garcia. Not pictured is Evan Veregge who was unable to attend the award ceremony.
In December of 2016 AmMech was granted a provisional patent for the Non-Intrusive Breast Milk Monitor. The filing application number is 62/427,595. This provisional patent secures the rights to the device both domestically and internationally for one full year allowing the company to refine the device before filing the non-provisional patent in December 2017.