• Chris Burke

Charter Pacific - Greatest Patent Trolling Failure in History

Charter Pacific Trolls Can’t Perform

Charter Pacific Patent Technology P/L - Patent Trolls, know how to steal patents from inventors, but they don’t know how to create a business strategy that affords shareholder value; they don’t have the expertise or knowledge to monetise patents after stealing them.

Charter Pacific Patent Trolls led by David Murray AO, Kevin Dart and Steve Cole stole patents from Christopher Burke through illegal courtroom dealings alongside Gavin Moss, (Principal of Chifley Advisory Liquidators), and have run the patents to end of life without any monetisation success. The patents invented by Christopher Burke cover a broad spectrum of Biometrics, including Mobile Biometrics with a potential market value of US$184B.

The Australian Technology sector is hamstrung by greedy individuals that operate through unfounded ego and use their standing in society as a lever to conduct nefarious clandestine white-collar crimes without any forward-looking strategy that affords shareholder value. These narcissistically inclined individuals work from their own greed above any thought of a comprehensive business plan or consideration of shareholders. Stealing patents with a Liquidator as partner is relatively easy, but the problem occurs when their inadequate expertise, plus lack of knowledge of patents eventually catches up, and they are left with no value and patents that have elapsed or surpassed their operational time frame.

How can any bona-fide company in Australia take millions of dollars from investors and achieve a zero result, solely conducting their monetisation efforts on litigating a single entity? There are literally thousands of potential targets globally and a market expanding to hundreds of US Billions? Surely this is the greatest failure of a Patent Trolling Company in Australian history ! Australian inventors need to take their IP overseas, out of Australia !

Another Australian Patent Theft Ring:

Monkey See Monkey Do

Another White-Collar Criminal Gang that learned their craft from Charter Pacific and David Murray AO, also stole Patent Inventions from Christopher Burke, they include a team of International participants with a history of Intellectual Property theft and Boiler Room Operations. Scott Fisher and Duncan Grant McCartney combined to use illegal and unethical IP transfer methods into a USA Delaware company setup by Sam Simpson. Duncan Grant McCartney acted for both parties and as legal counsel to Christopher Burke, performing with an obvious conflict of interest. The group illegally transferred Christopher Burke’s Patent Inventions with the assistance of USA Patent Attorney Sam Simpson (Patent Ingenuity Group). Scott Campbell Fisher, aka Trent Scott Wallace Strong aka Brayden Craig plus others, in collaboration with Gary Fyvie and Duncan Grant McCartney conducted a Patent Theft operation in complete disregard of legal consequences and continue today operating a PONZI scheme, they have absolute disregard for investor, shareholder interests and continue today with moral disengagement.

Scott Campbell Fisher (also known as Trent Scott Wallace Strong and Bennet Brayden Richards) may be associated with:

a) Allotz SPV Limited;

b) Titan Litigation Partners Limited; and

c) Titan Assertion Management Limited.

Mr Fisher is an undischarged bankrupt and has been accused of having involvement with Centaur Litigation, a group of companies which were accused of misusing investor funds in relation to investments in litigation funding.

Recent Press Release:

Biometrics market to reach $136B by 2031…if mobile segment doesn’t top $184B first

Aug 3, 2022, 4:27 pm EDT | Chris Burt

CATEGORIES Biometrics Market Reports | Biometrics News | Trade Notes

The global biometrics market is showing no signs of slowing down, and a new report from Transparency Market Research forecasts a 13.3 percent compound annual growth rate over the next decade, reaching $136.18 billion by 2031.

The growth is expected to be driven by steady adoption beyond its historical core market of law enforcement, with the banking, insurance and financial services, healthcare, military and automotive sectors using biometrics for identification or authentication. Government investment is also on the rise.

Investment has been going towards voice and face biometrics to support digital transformation, according to TMR’s analysis. Integrations with AI, such as in the healthcare industry, are also opening up new applications. Voice growth is strong in business process outsourcing, which in this case mostly refers to call centers.

Continuous biometric authentication, particularly within the enterprise space, is also expected to boost the market.

The Asia-Pacific region holds the largest share of the market, and will continue to do so throughout the forecast period, TMR says.

Contactless, cloud, mobile and multi-factor biometrics set for rapid growth

A report by Prescient & Strategic Intelligence forecasts contactless biometrics to make up a $59.5 billion market opportunity by 2030, on 14.6 percent CAGR.

Access control systems are among the main expected growth areas for contactless biometrics, but mobile onboarding and KYC, along with law enforcement and forensic applications, are also expected to grow substantially.

Facial recognition has the largest market share among modalities, and software makes up more of the market than hardware or services.

A separate study from TMR predicts that facial recognition will be a $20.5 billion market by 2031, and like P&S sees smartphone applications as a big growth driver.

The 16.8 percent CAGR forecast in that report slightly beats out the 16.4 percent CAGR that Technavio sees in iris recognition from 2021 to 2025. That growth is predicted to add $1.33 billion to the global iris recognition market.

Mobile biometrics are analyzed as a group in an Allied Market Research report, which says the market will jump from $24.6 billion in 2021 to $184.8 billion by 2031, for a whopping 22.5 percent CAGR.

This forecast stands out for predicting a higher number for the mobile market in 2031 than TMR sees for the total biometrics market the following year.

Biometrics-as-a-Service will be worth $3.9 billion by 2026, according to StrategyR, at 18.7 percent CAGR.

Multi-factor authentication, including biometric and non-biometric methods, will be worth $26.7 billion by 2027, according to a new research report from MarketsandMarkets.


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