Foreground Data definition

Foreground Data means any Data generated directly in the performance of the Work, either Party first conceives and actually reduces to practice, makes, develops or prepares in the performance of this Agreement.
Foreground Data means Data first created in the performance of this Agreement.

Examples of Foreground Data in a sentence

  • Users acknowledge that as the Company is the owner of the Foreground Data, the Company retains absolute discretion on how it chooses to use, commercialize or exploit the Foreground Data including licensing such Foreground Data to third parties for their use, and for the avoidance of doubt, Users have no right to any compensation or fees whatsoever arising from such use, commercialization and exploitation of the Foreground Data by the Company.

  • Users undertake at the request of the Company to do all acts and execute all documents which may be necessary to confer and/or confirm the title of the Company and ownership by the Company to the Foreground Data.

  • The copyright and all other Intellectual Property Rights in the Foreground Data shall: (a) vest in; (b) be wholly assigned to (where not already owned by the Company); and/or (c) be wholly owned by, the Company.

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  • Keeping in contact with the DII and any other UTK representatives regarding academic progress and concerns.

  • All Foreground Data first created exclusively at private expense will be furnished to the Government with Limited Rights.

  • All Foreground Data will be owned by the Party and/or Parties that creates such.

  • The use and analysis of the Background Data and Foreground Data for the purposes of Project LEO and the use of the Results for further research and academic purposes including publication.

  • For the avoidance of doubt, Background Data and Results do not form partof the Foreground Data.

  • ORION shall be entitled to disclose any such list of Foreground Data furnished to it hereunder, in whole or in part, to any third party for the purposes of reconstructing, establishing, maintaining, marketing and operating the ORIONSAT System.

More Definitions of Foreground Data

Foreground Data means all such data, information and/or IPR that are arrived at, generated and/or created, arising from the Company carrying out DAAS or analytics and/or processing, on the Customer Data, or from the Company performing/providing the Services for/to you. Details of the DAAS and expected Foreground Data may be set out (at the discretion of the Company) in Guideline(s) and/or in the Services Description.

Related to Foreground Data

  • Foreground means the results, including information, whether or not they can be protected, which are generated under the project. Such results include rights related to copyright; design rights; patent rights; plant variety rights; or similar forms of protection;

  • Foreground IPR means all Intellectual Property Rights in the Deliverables arising as a direct result of and in the performance of this Contract.

  • Foreground IP means all intellectual property and Intellectual Property Rights generated under these Terms; and

  • Program Materials means the documents and information provided by the Program Administrator specifying the qualifying EEMs, technology requirements, costs and other Program requirements, which include, without limitation, program guidelines and requirements, application forms and approval letters.

  • Third Party Materials means materials and information, in any form or medium, including any open-source or other software, documents, data, content, specifications, products, equipment, or components of or relating to the Services that are not proprietary to Provider.

  • Licensor Technology means the Licensor Patents and the Licensor Know-How.

  • Customer Technology means Customer's proprietary technology, including Customer's Internet operations design, content, software tools, hardware designs, algorithms, software (in source and object forms), user interface designs, architecture, class libraries, objects and documentation (both printed and electronic), know-how, trade secrets and any related intellectual property rights throughout the world (whether owned by Customer or licensed to Customer from a third party) and also including any derivatives, improvements, enhancements or extensions of Customer Technology conceived, reduced to practice, or developed during the term of this Agreement by Customer.

  • Background Technology means all Software, data, know-how, ideas, methodologies, specifications, and other technology in which Contractor owns such Intellectual Property Rights as are necessary for Contractor to grant the rights and licenses set forth in Section 14.1, and for the State (including its licensees, successors and assigns) to exercise such rights and licenses, without violating any right of any Third Party or any Law or incurring any payment obligation to any Third Party. Background Technology must: (a) be identified as Background Technology in the Statement of Work; and (b) have been developed or otherwise acquired by Contractor prior to the date of the RFP.

  • Study Data means all data, databases, documents, reports and other information resulting from, collected or developed in the performance of the Study;

  • Customer Materials any materials, data, information, software, equipment or other resources owned by or licensed to You and made available to Us pursuant to facilitating Your use of the Services, including Customer Data.

  • Product Data means illustrations, standard schedules, performance charts, instructions, brochures, diagrams and other information furnished by the Contractor to illustrate materials or equipment for some portion of the Work.

  • Developed Materials means Materials created, made, or developed by Contractor or Subcontractors, either solely or jointly with the Judicial Branch Entities or JBE Contractors, in the course of providing the Work under this Agreement, and all Intellectual Property Rights therein and thereto, including, without limitation, (i) all work-in-process, data or information, (ii) all modifications, enhancements and derivative works made to Contractor Materials, and (iii) all Deliverables; provided, however, that Developed Materials do not include Contractor Materials.

  • Program Technology means the Core Technology and the Developed Technology.

  • Product Technology means, with respect to each Seller, the following information owned by or to the extent licensed to such Seller, as in existence and in the possession of such Seller as of the Closing Date: the manufacturing technology, proprietary or confidential information, processes, techniques, protocols, methods, improvements and know-how that are necessary to manufacture the Products in accordance with the current applicable Product ANDA, as the case may be, including, but not limited to, the manufacturing process approved in the applicable Product ANDAs, specifications and test methods, raw material, packaging, stability and other applicable specifications, manufacturing and packaging instructions, master formula, validation reports to the extent available, stability data, analytical methods, records of complaints, annual product reviews to the extent available, and other master documents necessary for the manufacture, control and release of the Products as conducted by, or on behalf of, such Seller or any of its Affiliates before the Effective Date. The Product Technology includes without limitation the rights owned or to the extent controlled by such Seller under any patent issued in or subject to a pending application in the Territory as of the Closing Date, and any rights under any patent or patent application outside of the Territory solely to the extent necessary to manufacture the Products outside the Territory for importation to and sale in the Territory. For purposes of this definition, Allergan and its Affiliates will not be deemed to be Affiliates of Seller.

  • Licensed Technology means the Licensed Patents and the Licensed Know-How.

  • Third Party Data has the meaning set forth in Section 9.3(a).

  • Research Data means documents in a digital form, other than scientific publications, which are collected or produced in the course of scientific research activities and are used as evidence in the research process, or are commonly accepted in the research community as necessary to validate research findings and results;

  • Controlled technical information means technical information with military or space application that is subject to controls on the access, use, reproduction, modification, performance, display, release, disclosure, or dissemination. Controlled technical information would meet the criteria, if disseminated, for distribution statements B through F using the criteria set forth in DoD Instruction 5230.24, Distribution Statements on Technical Documents. The term does not include information that is lawfully publicly available without restrictions.

  • Licensed Materials means any materials that Executive utilizes for the benefit of the Company (or any Subsidiary thereof), or delivers to the Company or the Company’s Customers, which (a) do not constitute Work Product, (b) are created by Executive or of which Executive is otherwise in lawful possession and (c) Executive may lawfully utilize for the benefit of, or distribute to, the Company or the Company’s Customers.

  • Developed Technology means Proprietary Rights that (a) are first generated, conceived or reduced to practice, as the case may be, by Allergan or by any third party in the course of performing activities undertaken pursuant to the Research and Development Agreement or (b) are, in any manner, acquired by, or otherwise obtained on behalf of, ASTI during the term of the Research and Development Agreement from persons other than Allergan and are necessary or useful to the research, development or commercialization of ASTI Products or Pre-Selection Products.

  • Licensee Technology means the Licensee Know-How and Licensee Patents.

  • Developed Software means software specifically designed for the Principal under the Contract. Depending how advanced its development is, it may be either a Product or a Service or both.

  • Development Data means, with respect to clinical trials and other development work conducted on a Product, all data, results, information and other Know-How generated from or related to such clinical trials and development work, including preclinical, non-clinical and clinical data, reports and information, protocols, statistical analysis plans, methods, and Batch Records for all Products used in such work.

  • Foreground Information means any Invention first conceived, developed or reduced to practice as part of the Work under the Contract and all other Technical Information conceived, developed or produced as part of the Work under the Contract;

  • Contractor Software means software which is proprietary to the Contractor, including software which is or will be used by the Contractor for the purposes of providing the Services.

  • Collaboration IP means Collaboration Know-How and Collaboration Patents.