Patents by Inventor Nestor Jesus Camino, JR.

Nestor Jesus Camino, JR. 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: 11474875
    Abstract: A system for dynamically load-balancing at least one redistribution element across a group of computing resources that facilitates at least an aspect of an Industrial Execution Process in an M:N working configuration is illustrated.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 11, 2021
    Date of Patent: October 18, 2022
    Assignee: Schneider Electric Systems USA, Inc.
    Inventors: Raja Ramana Macha, Andrew Lee David Kling, Frans Middeldorp, Nestor Jesus Camino, Jr., James Gerard Luth, James P. McIntyre
  • Patent number: 11353838
    Abstract: High availability and data migration in a distributed process control computing environment. Allocation algorithms distribute data and applications among available compute nodes, such as controllers in a process control system. In the process control system, an input/output device, such as a fieldbus module, can be used by any controller. Databases store critical execution information for immediate takeover by a backup compute element. The compute nodes are configured to execute algorithms for mitigating dead time in the distributed computing environment.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 5, 2021
    Date of Patent: June 7, 2022
    Assignee: Schneider Electric Systems USA, Inc.
    Inventors: Raja Ramana Macha, Andrew Lee David Kling, Nestor Jesus Camino, Jr., James Gerard Luth, Richard Linwood Linscott
  • Publication number: 20210373969
    Abstract: In a Boundaryless Control High Availability (“BCHA”) system (e.g., industrial control system) comprising multiple computing resources (or computational engines) running on multiple machines, technology for computing in real time the overall system availability based upon the capabilities/characteristics of the available computing resources, applications to execute and the distribution of the applications across those resources is disclosed. In some embodiments, the disclosed technology can dynamically manage, coordinate recommend certain actions to system operators to maintain availability of the overall system at a desired level. High Availability features may be implemented across a variety of different computing resources distributed across various aspects of a BCHA system and/or computing resources. Two example implementations of BCHA systems described involve an M:N working configuration and M:N+R working configuration.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 11, 2021
    Publication date: December 2, 2021
    Applicant: Schneider Electric Systems USA, Inc.
    Inventors: Raja Ramana MACHA, Andrew Lee David KLING, Frans MIDDELDORP, Nestor Jesus CAMINO, JR., James Gerard LUTH, James P. MCINTYRE
  • Patent number: 11126471
    Abstract: A system for dynamically load-balancing at least one redistribution element across a group of computing resources that facilitates at least an aspect of an Industrial Execution Process in an M:N working configuration is illustrated.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 23, 2017
    Date of Patent: September 21, 2021
    Assignee: Schneider Electric Systems USA, Inc.
    Inventors: Raja Ramana Macha, Andrew Lee David Kling, Frans Middeldorp, Nestor Jesus Camino, Jr., James Gerard Luth, James P. McIntyre
  • Publication number: 20210263783
    Abstract: In a Boundaryless Control High Availability (“BCHA”) system (e.g., industrial control system) comprising multiple computing resources (or computational engines) running on multiple machines, technology for computing in real time the overall system availability based upon the capabilities/characteristics of the available computing resources, applications to execute and the distribution of the applications across those resources is disclosed. In some embodiments, the disclosed technology can dynamically manage, coordinate recommend certain actions to system operators to maintain availability of the overall system at a desired level. High Availability features may be implemented across a variety of different computing resources distributed across various aspects of a BCHA system and/or computing resources. Two example implementations of BCHA systems described involve an M:N working configuration and M:N+R working configuration.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 21, 2021
    Publication date: August 26, 2021
    Applicant: Schneider Electric Systems USA, Inc.
    Inventors: Raja Ramana MACHA, Andrew Lee David KLING, Frans MIDDELDORP, Nestor Jesus CAMINO, JR., James Gerard LUTH, James P. MCINTYRE
  • Patent number: 10996992
    Abstract: In a Boundaryless Control High Availability (“BCHA”) system (e.g., industrial control system) comprising multiple computing resources (or computational engines) running on multiple machines, technology for computing in real time the overall system availability based upon the capabilities/characteristics of the available computing resources, applications to execute and the distribution of the applications across those resources is disclosed. In some embodiments, the disclosed technology can dynamically manage, coordinate recommend certain actions to system operators to maintain availability of the overall system at a desired level. High Availability features may be implemented across a variety of different computing resources distributed across various aspects of a BCHA system and/or computing resources. Two example implementations of BCHA systems described involve an M:N working configuration and M:N+R working configuration.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 23, 2017
    Date of Patent: May 4, 2021
    Assignee: Schneider Electric Systems USA, Inc.
    Inventors: Raja Ramana Macha, Andrew Lee David Kling, Frans Middeldorp, Nestor Jesus Camino, Jr., James Gerard Luth, James P. McIntyre
  • Publication number: 20210124325
    Abstract: High availability and data migration in a distributed process control computing environment. Allocation algorithms distribute data and applications among available compute nodes, such as controllers in a process control system. In the process control system, an input/output device, such as a fieldbus module, can be used by any controller. Databases store critical execution information for immediate takeover by a backup compute element. The compute nodes are configured to execute algorithms for mitigating dead time in the distributed computing environment.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 5, 2021
    Publication date: April 29, 2021
    Inventors: Raja Ramana Macha, Andrew Lee David Kling, Nestor Jesus Camino, JR., James Gerard Luth, Richard Linwood Linscott
  • Patent number: 10908574
    Abstract: High availability and data migration in a distributed process control computing environment. Allocation algorithms distribute data and applications among available compute nodes, such as controllers in a process control system. In the process control system, an input/output device, such as a fieldbus module, can be used by any controller. Databases store critical execution information for immediate takeover by a backup compute element. The compute nodes are configured to execute algorithms for mitigating dead time in the distributed computing environment.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 23, 2019
    Date of Patent: February 2, 2021
    Assignee: Schneider Electric Systems USA, Inc.
    Inventors: Raja Ramana Macha, Andrew Lee David Kling, Nestor Jesus Camino, Jr., James Gerard Luth, Richard Linwood Linscott
  • Patent number: 10810053
    Abstract: In a Boundaryless Control High Availability (“BCHA”) system (e.g., industrial control system) comprising multiple computing resources (or computational engines) running on multiple machines, technology for computing in real time the overall system availability based upon the capabilities/characteristics of the available computing resources, applications to execute and the distribution of the applications across those resources is disclosed. In some embodiments, the disclosed technology can dynamically manage, coordinate recommend certain actions to system operators to maintain availability of the overall system at a desired level. High Availability features may be implemented across a variety of different computing resources distributed across various aspects of a BCHA system and/or computing resources. Two example implementations of BCHA systems described involve an M:N working configuration and M:N+R working configuration.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 23, 2017
    Date of Patent: October 20, 2020
    Assignee: SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC SYSTEMS USA, INC.
    Inventors: Raja Ramana Macha, Andrew Lee David Kling, Frans Middeldorp, Nestor Jesus Camino, Jr., James Gerard Luth, James P. McIntyre
  • Publication number: 20190377310
    Abstract: High availability and data migration in a distributed process control computing environment. Allocation algorithms distribute data and applications among available compute nodes, such as controllers in a process control system. In the process control system, an input/output device, such as a fieldbus module, can be used by any controller. Databases store critical execution information for immediate takeover by a backup compute element. The compute nodes are configured to execute algorithms for mitigating dead time in the distributed computing environment.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 23, 2019
    Publication date: December 12, 2019
    Inventors: Raja Ramana Macha, Andrew Lee David Kling, Nestor Jesus Camino, JR., James Gerard Luth, Richard Linwood Linscott
  • Publication number: 20190361753
    Abstract: In a Boundaryless Control High Availability (“BCHA”) system (e.g., industrial control system) comprising multiple computing resources (or computational engines) running on multiple machines, technology for computing in real time the overall system availability based upon the capabilities/characteristics of the available computing resources, applications to execute and the distribution of the applications across those resources is disclosed. In some embodiments, the disclosed technology can dynamically manage, coordinate recommend certain actions to system operators to maintain availability of the overall system at a desired level. High Availability features may be implemented across a variety of different computing resources distributed across various aspects of a BCHA system and/or computing resources. Two example implementations of BCHA systems described involve an M:N working configuration and M:N+R working configuration.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 23, 2017
    Publication date: November 28, 2019
    Applicant: Schneider Electric Systems USA, Inc.
    Inventors: Raja Ramana MACHA, Andrew Lee David KLING, Frans MIDDELDORP, Nestor Jesus CAMINO, JR., James Gerard LUTH, James P. MCINTYRE
  • Publication number: 20190347171
    Abstract: In a Boundaryless Control High Availability (“BCHA”) system (e.g., industrial control system) comprising multiple computing resources (or computational engines) running on multiple machines, technology for computing in real time the overall system availability based upon the capabilities/characteristics of the available computing resources, applications to execute and the distribution of the applications across those resources is disclosed. In some embodiments, the disclosed technology can dynamically manage, coordinate recommend certain actions to system operators to maintain availability of the overall system at a desired level. High Availability features may be implemented across a variety of different computing resources distributed across various aspects of a BCHA system and/or computing resources. Two example implementations of BCHA systems described involve an M:N working configuration and M:N+R working configuration.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 23, 2017
    Publication date: November 14, 2019
    Applicant: Schneider Electric Systems USA, Inc.
    Inventors: Raja Ramana MACHA, Andrew Lee David KLING, Frans MIDDELDORP, Nestor Jesus CAMINO, JR., James Gerard LUTH, James P. MCINTYRE
  • Patent number: 10437212
    Abstract: High availability and data migration in a distributed process control computing environment. Allocation algorithms distribute data and applications among available compute nodes, such as controllers in a process control system. In the process control system, an input/output device, such as a fieldbus module, can be used by any controller. Databases store critical execution information for immediate takeover by a backup compute element. The compute nodes are configured to execute algorithms for mitigating dead time in the distributed computing environment.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 28, 2015
    Date of Patent: October 8, 2019
    Assignee: Schneider Electric Systems USA, Inc.
    Inventors: Raja Ramana Macha, Andrew Lee David Kling, Nestor Jesus Camino, Jr., James Gerard Luth, Richard Linwood Linscott
  • Publication number: 20190205180
    Abstract: In a Boundaryless Control High Availability (“BCHA”) system (e.g., industrial control system) comprising multiple computing resources (or computational engines) running on multiple machines, technology for computing in real time the overall system availability based upon the capabilities/characteristics of the available computing resources, applications to execute and the distribution of the applications across those resources is disclosed. In some embodiments, the disclosed technology can dynamically manage, coordinate recommend certain actions to system operators to maintain availability of the overall system at a desired level. High Availability features may be implemented across a variety of different computing resources distributed across various aspects of a BCHA system and/or computing resources. Two example implementations of BCHA systems described involve an M:N working configuration and M:N+R working configuration.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 23, 2017
    Publication date: July 4, 2019
    Applicant: Schneider Electric Systems USA, Inc.
    Inventors: Raja Ramana MACHA, Andrew Lee David KLING, Frans MIDDELDORP, Nestor Jesus CAMINO, JR., James Gerard LUTH, James P. MCINTYRE
  • Publication number: 20160320759
    Abstract: High availability and data migration in a distributed process control computing environment. Allocation algorithms distribute data and applications among available compute nodes, such as controllers in a process control system. In the process control system, an input/output device, such as a fieldbus module, can be used by any controller. Databases store critical execution information for immediate takeover by a backup compute element. The compute nodes are configured to execute algorithms for mitigating dead time in the distributed computing environment.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 28, 2015
    Publication date: November 3, 2016
    Applicant: INVENSYS SYSTEMS, INC.
    Inventors: Raja Ramana Macha, Andrew Lee David Kling, Nestor Jesus Camino, JR., James Gerard Luth, Richard Linwood Linscott