Senseware granted three new patents covering remote configuration techniques for low-cost retrofits that deliver real-time building analytics.
Senseware, Inc. (Senseware) announced today that with the addition of three new patents, Senseware has grown their IP portfolio to ten total patents. Senseware continues to execute on their strategy of creating a rich collection of IP assets central to the rapidly emerging market for smart building technology.
The patent for invention number 9,756,511 covers the remote configuration of the polling frequency of individual wireless nodes in a sensor network. The customization of the frequency at which sensor data is collected by each wireless node is key to delivering seamless retrofit installations.
The patent for invention number 9,762,979 covers the remote activation of sensors in a wireless node. With this invention, customers can activate subsets of a suite of sensors in a wireless node, thereby enabling the rapid deployment of sensor services in a building.
The patent for invention number 9,763,118 covers the remote configuration of metering data streams collected by a wireless node. With this invention, customers can create virtual meters based on a data transformation of metering data collected by a wireless node.
These three inventions cover key tools that enable customized configurations to be pushed from the cloud to the outermost edge of the sensor network. Senseware remains focused on delivering an out-of-the-box installation experience that features same-day streaming of real-time data and real-time analytics to customers.
“We’ve labored along the way to deliver simplicity by design because ease-of-use is one of our core values. It is an incredible feeling to see our many innovations now gain such recognition,” said Serene Almomen, CEO, Senseware.
“We had to invest in our IP from the beginning because we knew we were solving real problems faced by the industry. Our patented technology bridges the gap between customers and the hidden, untapped sensor data resident in their buildings,” she said.