Patents by Inventor Kavya Joshi

Kavya Joshi 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).

  • Patent number: 11787413
    Abstract: A baseline event detection system to detect events by performing operations that include: generating a baseline data set; accessing a data stream; performing a comparison of the baseline data set and the data stream; and detecting an event based on the comparison.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 18, 2020
    Date of Patent: October 17, 2023
    Assignee: Samsara Inc.
    Inventors: Evaline Shin-Tin Tsai, Kieran K. Gupta, Margaret Irene Finch, Matthew Lee Basham, Bodecker John DellaMaria, Brian Tuan, James Chen, Jason Noah Laska, Jason Frederic Symons, John Charles Bicket, Kavya Joshi, Ryan Reading, Sabrina Quinn Shemet, Sean Kyungmok Bae, Ishaan Kansal
  • Publication number: 20230298410
    Abstract: An improved system and method of selectively transmitting asset data from one or more sensors associated with the vehicle to a backend server, which is configured to analyze the asset data and, if necessary for further analysis of the asset data (e.g., to determine whether a safety event has occurred) and/or to provide actionable data for review by a safety analyst, requests further asset data from a vehicle device.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 24, 2023
    Publication date: September 21, 2023
    Inventors: Mathew Chasan Calmer, Jesse Chen, Saumya Jain, Kavya Joshi, Justin Pan, Ryan Milligan, Justin Delegard, Jason Symons
  • Publication number: 20230219592
    Abstract: A vehicle dash cam may be configured to execute one or more neural networks (and/or other artificial intelligence), such as based on input from one or more of the cameras and/or other sensors associated with the dash cam, to intelligently detect safety events in real-time. Detection of a safety event may trigger an in-cab alert to make the driver aware of the safety risk. The dash cam may include logic for determining which asset data to transmit to a backend server in response to detection of a safety event, as well as which asset data to transmit to the backend server in response to analysis of sensor data that did not trigger a safety event. The asset data transmitted to the backend server may be further analyzed to determine if further alerts should be provided to the driver and/or to a safety manager.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 22, 2023
    Publication date: July 13, 2023
    Inventors: Mathew Chasan Calmer, Justin Delegard, Justin Pan, Sabrina Shemet, Meelap Shah, Kavya Joshi, Brian Tuan, Sharan Srinivasan, Muhammad Ali Akhtar, John Charles Bicket, Margaret Finch, Vincent Shieh, Bruce Kellerman, Mitch Lin, Marvin Arroz, Siddhartha Datta Roy, Jason Symons, Tina Quach, Cassandra Lee Rommel, Saumya Jain
  • Patent number: 11688211
    Abstract: An improved system and method of selectively transmitting asset data from one or more sensors associated with the vehicle to a backend server, which is configured to analyze the asset data and, if necessary for further analysis of the asset data (e.g., to determine whether a safety event has occurred) and/or to provide actionable data for review by a safety analyst, requests further asset data from a vehicle device.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 21, 2022
    Date of Patent: June 27, 2023
    Assignee: SAMSARA INC.
    Inventors: Mathew Chasan Calmer, Jesse Chen, Saumya Jain, Kavya Joshi, Justin Pan, Ryan Milligan, Justin Delegard, Jason Symons
  • Patent number: 11643102
    Abstract: A vehicle dash cam may be configured to execute one or more neural networks (and/or other artificial intelligence), such as based on input from one or more of the cameras and/or other sensors associated with the dash cam, to intelligently detect safety events in real-time. Detection of a safety event may trigger an in-cab alert to make the driver aware of the safety risk. The dash cam may include logic for determining which asset data to transmit to a backend server in response to detection of a safety event, as well as which asset data to transmit to the backend server in response to analysis of sensor data that did not trigger a safety event. The asset data transmitted to the backend server may be further analyzed to determine if further alerts should be provided to the driver and/or to a safety manager.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 14, 2021
    Date of Patent: May 9, 2023
    Assignee: Samsara Inc.
    Inventors: Mathew Chasan Calmer, Justin Delegard, Justin Pan, Sabrina Shemet, Meelap Shah, Kavya Joshi, Brian Tuan, Sharan Srinivasan, Muhammad Ali Akhtar, John Charles Bicket, Margaret Finch, Vincent Shieh, Bruce Kellerman, Mitch Lin, Marvin Arroz, Siddhartha Datta Roy, Jason Symons, Tina Quach, Cassandra Lee Rommel, Saumya Jain
  • Patent number: 11627252
    Abstract: Disclosed are systems, methods, and non-transitory computer-readable media for configuration of optical sensor devices in vehicles based on thermal data. To manage the temperature of an optical sensor device, temperature data describing the current temperature of the optical sensor is used to determine whether the current temperature meets or exceeds a predetermined threshold temperature. If the current temperature meets or exceeds the threshold temperature, the optical sensor device may be configured into a modified operating mode to reduce the current temperature of the optical sensor device. For example, the operating mode of the optical sensor device may be modified to terminate one or more processes, reduce a frame rate at which image/video data is captured, and the like.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 26, 2021
    Date of Patent: April 11, 2023
    Assignee: Samsara Inc.
    Inventors: Justin Joel Delegard, Kavya Joshi, Abhinav Acharya, John Charles Bicket, Matthew Chasan, Sabrina Quinn Shemet, Kevin Lloyd
  • Publication number: 20220311939
    Abstract: Disclosed are systems, methods, and non-transitory computer-readable media for configuration of optical sensor devices in vehicles based on thermal data. To manage the temperature of an optical sensor device, temperature data describing the current temperature of the optical sensor is used to determine whether the current temperature meets or exceeds a predetermined threshold temperature. If the current temperature meets or exceeds the threshold temperature, the optical sensor device may be configured into a modified operating mode to reduce the current temperature of the optical sensor device. For example, the operating mode of the optical sensor device may be modified to terminate one or more processes, reduce a frame rate at which image/video data is captured, and the like.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 26, 2021
    Publication date: September 29, 2022
    Inventors: Justin Joel Delegard, Kavya Joshi, Abhinav Acharya, John Charles Bicket, Matthew Chasan, Sabrina Quinn Shemet, Kevin Lloyd
  • Patent number: 11341786
    Abstract: An improved system and method of selectively transmitting asset data from one or more sensors associated with the vehicle to a backend server, which is configured to analyze the asset data and, if necessary for further analysis of the asset data (e.g., to determine whether a safety event has occurred) and/or to provide actionable data for review by a safety analyst, requests further asset data from a vehicle device.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 14, 2021
    Date of Patent: May 24, 2022
    Assignee: SAMSARA INC.
    Inventors: Mathew Chasan Calmer, Jesse Chen, Saumya Jain, Kavya Joshi, Justin Pan, Ryan Milligan, Justin Delegard, Jason Symons
  • Publication number: 20200342235
    Abstract: A baseline event detection system to detect events by performing operations that include: generating a baseline data set; accessing a data stream; performing a comparison of the baseline data set and the data stream; and detecting an event based on the comparison.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 18, 2020
    Publication date: October 29, 2020
    Inventors: Evaline Shin-Tin Tsai, Kieran K. Gupta, Margaret Irene Finch, Matthew Lee Basham, Bodecker John DellaMaria, Brian Tuan, James Chen, Jason Noah Laska, Jason Frederic Symons, John Charles Bicket, Kavya Joshi, Ryan Reading, Sabrina Quinn Shemet, Sean Kyungmok Bae, Ishaan Kansal
  • Publication number: 20200342230
    Abstract: An event detection system to operations that include: detecting an event based on at least a portion of the sensor data, the event comprising a plurality of event attributes; determining one or more event attributes from the plurality of event attributes of the event transgress a threshold value; and causing display of a notification that includes a presentation of at least the portion of the sensor data in response to the determining that the one or more event attributes from among the plurality of event attributes of the event transgress the threshold value.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 18, 2020
    Publication date: October 29, 2020
    Inventors: Evaline Shin-Tin Tsai, Kieran K. Gupta, Margaret Irene Finch, Matthew Lee Basham, Bodecker John DellaMaria, Brian Tuan, James Chen, Jason Noah Laska, Jason Frederic Symons, John Charles Bicket, Kavya Joshi, Ryan Reading, Sabrina Quinn Shemet, Sean Kyungmok Bae, Ishaan Kansal