Definition of Technical Know-How

  1. Technical Know-How means all published or unpublished research, development information, technical data, designs, formulas, prototypes, samples, plans, specifications, methods, processes, systems, trade secrets, empirical data, computer programs and any other information or documentation related to the Patents, whether patentable or unpatentable, and whether in written, machine readable, oral form or drawing, and which exists at the effective date of this Agreement;

Definition of Technical Know-How in Teaming Agreement

Technical Know-How means all recorded and unrecorded information and know how relating to the design, development or production of the Product including, but not limited to, specific application of the knowledge gained from experience in the design, development, or production of an article that is necessary or helpful in interpreting, applying or interrelating Technical Data, Computer Software, or other Intellectual Property relating to the Product. ARTICLE 26.ENTIRE AGREEMENT This Agreement, including the exhibits and attachments referenced herein, constitutes the entire understanding and agreement of and between the Parties as of the date and relative to the subject matter hereof, and it supersedes and replaces any and all previous understandings, commitments or agreements, oral or written. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Parties have caused this Agreement to be executed in duplicate originals by each Party's duly authorized representative effective as of the day and year last written below. DRS SUSTAINMENT SYSTEMS, INC. FORCE PROTECTION, INC. Signature /s/ RICHARD A. MARQUARD Signature /s/ MICHAEL MOODY Name Richard A. Marquard Name Michael Moody Title Mgr., Business Admin. & Contracts Title Interim CEO Date 14 February 2008 Date 25 February 2008 Attachments: Exhibit AScope of Work Exhibit BNondisclosure Agreement


Definition of Technical Know-How in License and Option Agreement

Technical Know-How means all published or unpublished research, development information, technical data, designs, formulas, prototypes, samples, plans, specifications, methods, processes, systems, trade secrets, empirical data, computer programs and any other information or documentation related to the Patents, whether patentable or unpatentable, and whether in written, machine readable, oral form or drawing, and which exists at the effective date of this Agreement;