Patents by Inventor DURGESH TIWARI

DURGESH TIWARI has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Publication number: 20180293543
    Abstract: One variation of a method for tracking stock level within a store includes: at a robotic system, navigating along a first inventory structure in the store, broadcasting radio frequency interrogation signals according to a first set of wireless scan parameters, and recording a first set of wireless identification signals returned by radio frequency identification tags coupled to product units arranged on the first inventory structure; generating a first list of product units arranged on the first inventory structure based on the first set of wireless identification signals; detecting a first product quantity difference between the first list of product units and a first target stock list assigned to the first inventory structure by a planogram of the store; and generating a stock correction prompt for the first inventory structure in response to the first product quantity difference.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 6, 2018
    Publication date: October 11, 2018
    Inventors: Durgesh Tiwari, Bradley Bogolea, Mirza Akbar Shah, Jeffrey Gee
  • Patent number: 9515708
    Abstract: A method, a system, and a server provide context aware multiple-input-multiple-output MIMO antenna systems and methods. Specifically, the systems and methods provide, in a multiple MIMO antenna or node system, techniques of antenna/beam selection, calibration, and periodic refresh, based on environmental and mission context. The systems and methods can define a context vector as built by cooperative use of the nodes on the backhaul to direct antennas for the best user experience as well as mechanisms using the context vector in a 3D employment to point the antennas in a cooperative basis therebetween. The systems and methods utilize sensors in the nodes to provide tailored context sensing versus motion sensing, in conjunction with BER (Bit Error Rate) measurements on test signals to position an antenna beam from a selection of several “independent” antenna subsystems operating within a single node, as well as, that of its optically connected neighbor.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 9, 2013
    Date of Patent: December 6, 2016
    Assignee: Symbol Technologies, LLC
    Inventors: Charles B Swope, Antonio Faraone, Durgesh Tiwari
  • Patent number: 9252850
    Abstract: A method, a system, and a server provide context aware multiple-input-multiple-output MIMO antenna systems and methods. Specifically, the systems and methods provide, in a multiple MIMO antenna or node system, techniques of antenna/beam selection, calibration, and periodic refresh, based on environmental and mission context. The systems and methods can define a context vector as built by cooperative use of the nodes on the backhaul to direct antennas for the best user experience as well as mechanisms using the context vector in a 3D employment to point the antennas in a cooperative basis therebetween. The systems and methods utilize sensors in the nodes to provide tailored context sensing versus motion sensing, in conjunction with BER (Bit Error Rate) measurements on test signals to position an antenna beam from a selection of several “independent” antenna subsystems operating within a single node, as well as, that of its optically connected neighbor.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 9, 2013
    Date of Patent: February 2, 2016
    Assignee: Symbol Technologies, Inc.
    Inventors: Charles B Swope, Antonio Faraone, Durgesh Tiwari
  • Patent number: 9065497
    Abstract: A method, a system, and a server provide context aware multiple-input-multiple-output MIMO antenna systems and methods. Specifically, the systems and methods provide, in a multiple MIMO antenna or node system, techniques of antenna/beam selection, calibration, and periodic refresh, based on environmental and mission context. The systems and methods can define a context vector as built by cooperative use of the nodes on the backhaul to direct antennas for the best user experience as well as mechanisms using the context vector in a 3D employment to point the antennas in a cooperative basis therebetween. The systems and methods utilize sensors in the nodes to provide tailored context sensing versus motion sensing, in conjunction with BER (Bit Error Rate) measurements on test signals to position an antenna beam from a selection of several “independent” antenna subsystems operating within a single node, as well as, that of its optically connected neighbor.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 9, 2013
    Date of Patent: June 23, 2015
    Assignee: Symbol Technologies, LLC
    Inventors: Charles B Swope, Durgesh Tiwari
  • Publication number: 20150016555
    Abstract: A method, a system, and a server provide context aware multiple-input-multiple-output MIMO antenna systems and methods. Specifically, the systems and methods provide, in a multiple MIMO antenna or node system, techniques of antenna/beam selection, calibration, and periodic refresh, based on environmental and mission context. The systems and methods can define a context vector as built by cooperative use of the nodes on the backhaul to direct antennas for the best user experience as well as mechanisms using the context vector in a 3D employment to point the antennas in a cooperative basis therebetween. The systems and methods utilize sensors in the nodes to provide tailored context sensing versus motion sensing, in conjunction with BER (Bit Error Rate) measurements on test signals to position an antenna beam from a selection of several “independent” antenna subsystems operating within a single node, as well as, that of its optically connected neighbor.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 9, 2013
    Publication date: January 15, 2015
    Inventors: Charles B. Swope, Durgesh Tiwari
  • Publication number: 20150016554
    Abstract: A method, a system, and a server provide context aware multiple-input-multiple-output MIMO antenna systems and methods. Specifically, the systems and methods provide, in a multiple MIMO antenna or node system, techniques of antenna/beam selection, calibration, and periodic refresh, based on environmental and mission context. The systems and methods can define a context vector as built by cooperative use of the nodes on the backhaul to direct antennas for the best user experience as well as mechanisms using the context vector in a 3D employment to point the antennas in a cooperative basis therebetween. The systems and methods utilize sensors in the nodes to provide tailored context sensing versus motion sensing, in conjunction with BER (Bit Error Rate) measurements on test signals to position an antenna beam from a selection of several “independent” antenna subsystems operating within a single node, as well as, that of its optically connected neighbor.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 9, 2013
    Publication date: January 15, 2015
    Inventors: CHARLES B. SWOPE, ANTONIO FARAONE, DURGESH TIWARI