Happy (Almost) Birthday, Henry Ford!
July 30th was a seemingly ordinary day. That is until Henry Ford, American industrialist and the founder of Ford Motor Company, was born in 1863. This Saturday marks the birthday of the innovative visionary who revolutionized the automobile industry as we know it and has continued to be a source of inspiration for our very …Read more
Celebrating Edison, Ford and Model T Day… the Davison Way!
On this day 107 years ago, the very first production Model T was completed at Ford’s Detroit plant. As you know, this major leap in mass production turned Henry Ford’s Model T from a luxury vehicle into a transportation option that was affordable for everyday people. You might remember that some of our team members …Read more
Davison Does Dearborn Recap
In the inventing industry, what could be more inspiring than visiting the home of one of history’s most iconic inventors? Over the weekend, we took a trip to Dearborn, Michigan to do just that! We loaded the buses early Saturday morning to visit the Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village. Our day started …Read more
‘Troll’ing for Patents
Patent trolls, otherwise known as NPEs (Non-practicing entities), are comprised of companies that don’t make or sell anything; they solely own patents. The money that is made by these entities comes primarily from obtaining licensing fees from businesses that use technologies covered by the patents they own. First known as “patent sharks,” these persons/entities, now …Read more