CHRISTOPHER MORGAN
Accountancy at Pike St, Seattle, WA

License number
Alaska CPAI2412
Issued Date
Aug 14, 2009
Effective Date
Dec 12, 2015
Expiration Date
Dec 31, 2017
Category
Public Accountancy
Address
Address
520 Pike St #2800, Seattle, WA 98101

Personal information

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Name
Address
Phone
Christopher Morgan, age ~50
517 N Dartmouth Rd, Spokane Valley, WA 99206
(509) 290-5267
Christopher Morgan
5919 N Vincent Rd, Newman Lake, WA 99025
(509) 226-3556

Professional information

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Christopher Morgan Photo 1
Onboard Electronic Distribution System

Onboard Electronic Distribution System

US Patent:
2013024, Sep 19, 2013
Filed:
May 13, 2013
Appl. No.:
13/892371
Inventors:
Ludwin Fuchs - Seattle WA,
Todd William Gould - Marysville WA,
Fred J. McLain - Bothell WA,
Christopher J. Morgan - Shoreline WA,
Assignee:
THE BOEING COMPANY - Chicago IL
International Classification:
H04L 29/08
US Classification:
709217
Abstract:
A computer implemented method, apparatus, and computer program product for transferring information with an aircraft. A connection is established between an onboard electronic distribution system executing in an aircraft data processing system in the aircraft and an on ground component. Responsive to a request for a command from the on ground component, the command for execution is identified. The identified command is sent to the onboard electronic distribution system from an on ground component. A transaction identifier is assigned to the command. A transaction associated with the command is maintained on the onboard electronic distribution system and the on ground component using the transaction identifier. An uplink is initiated by the on ground component. An aircraft software part is sent to the onboard electronic distribution system from the on ground component to perform the uplink. A status of a transfer of the aircraft software part on ground component is stored.


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Onboard Electronic Distribution System

Onboard Electronic Distribution System

US Patent:
8442751, May 14, 2013
Filed:
Nov 24, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/276549
Inventors:
Greg A. Kimberly - Seattle WA,
Ludwin Fuchs - Seattle WA,
Todd William Gould - Marysville WA,
Fred J. McLain - Bothell WA,
Christopher J. Morgan - Shoreline WA,
Assignee:
The Boeing Company - Chicago IL
International Classification:
G01C 17/00, G01C 21/00, G05D 1/00, G06F 17/00, G06F 7/70
US Classification:
701120, 701 3, 701 14
Abstract:
A computer implemented method, apparatus, and computer program product for transferring information with an aircraft. A connection is established between an onboard electronic distribution system executing in an aircraft data processing system in the aircraft and an on ground component. Responsive to a request for a command from the on ground component, the command for execution is identified. The identified command is sent to the onboard electronic distribution system from an on ground component. A transaction identifier is assigned to the command. A transaction associated with the command is maintained on the onboard electronic distribution system and the on ground component using the transaction identifier. An uplink is initiated by the on ground component. An aircraft software part is sent to the onboard electronic distribution system from the on ground component to perform the uplink.


Christopher Morgan Photo 3
Software Maintenance Tool

Software Maintenance Tool

US Patent:
2009013, May 28, 2009
Filed:
Nov 24, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/277182
Inventors:
Walter R. Beck - Salkum WA,
Todd William Gould - Marysville WA,
Christopher J. Morgan - Shoreline WA,
Kristine Kay Lane - Duvall WA,
Assignee:
THE BOEING COMPANY - Chicago IL
International Classification:
G06F 9/445, G06F 3/048
US Classification:
717173, 715748
Abstract:
A computer implemented method, apparatus, and computer program product for managing aircraft software parts. A connection is established between a portable data processing system and a source through a ground network. Uplink commands are retrieved from the source through the established connection. Aircraft software parts corresponding to the uplink commands are retrieved from the source through the established connection. The retrieved aircraft software parts are stored in a portable data processing system. The portable data processing system is disconnected from the ground network. The portable data processing system is connected to an aircraft network in an aircraft. An uplink command is issued from the uplink commands to the aircraft network through an on ground component in the portable data processing system. A stored aircraft software part corresponding to the uplink command is sent to the aircraft network through the on ground component.