Industrial chemical blender software is coming to smartphones, tablet PCs and other devices, according to a patent application filed Thursday by an Australian company.
The patent application was submitted to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on behalf of a “Chemical Industry Software Company” in Australia, according the U:S.
Department of Justice.
The application describes a “system and method for the production of industrial chemical blender products” that would be compatible with smartphones and tablets.
A device with an embedded processor can take chemicals and add them to a blender and deliver them to customers.
The product could potentially make the product cheaper and easier to use for the consumer, according an industry source familiar with the application.
The company’s website describes the product as a “personalized industrial chemical-based industrial chemical device.”
The application states that the product would be “highly customizable” to meet the needs of the user.
The document describes a software application that would work with a “device” for the “production of industrial chemicals.”
The device could include “an embedded processor,” “an internal memory, a battery,” “a processor, a storage device, a processor-accelerated processor,” and “a processing device.”
Another application describes the software application as a service for “a specific application.”
The “processor” would be an “electronic device” that could be used to produce “chemical products,” the application said.
“The processor includes a processing unit (the processor unit) that is coupled to a processor,” the filing said.
“The processor unit is a unit that can be connected to the processor by a cable.”
An example of the device would be a laptop computer or tablet, the application noted.
A smartphone would be another option, according another industry source.
“There are a number of smartphone-based devices available, including devices such as Samsung Galaxy S7 and iPhone 7,” the source said.
The U.K.-based company behind the application told The Associated Press on Thursday that it had filed the application in January.
It has been “working with the U.:S.
government for years to bring this technology to the consumer market,” the company said.
A similar patent application is currently pending in China.
The company behind that patent application did not immediately respond to an email seeking comment.