Patents by Inventor Sandeep Garg

Sandeep Garg 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: 20190140995
    Abstract: Methods, systems, and devices for analyzing communication messages (e.g., emails) and selecting corresponding actions are described. In some database systems, a user may receive multiple messages at a user device. To efficiently determine responses to these messages, the user device may send the messages to a backend server for analysis. The server may perform natural language processing (NLP) to classify the message with one or more binary classifications and may extract metadata from each message. Based on the classifications and the metadata, the server may determine one or more actions the user device may perform to respond to each message. The server may send instructions to the user device indicating the suggested actions, and the user device may display these actions as options to a user. Additionally, the user device may use the classifications and metadata to automatically generate one or more communication templates in response to the message.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 3, 2017
    Publication date: May 9, 2019
    Inventors: William Christopher Fama Roller, Shardul Vikram, Alex Michael Noe, Noah William Burbank, Sammy Adnan Nammari, Ascander Dost, Shuvajit Das, Oliver Qian Tang, Robert Christopher Ames, Madhav Vaidyanathan, Wing Hing Ku, Bhaskar Garg, Xu Yang, Madeleine Mary Gill, Percy Dara Mehta, Janelle Wen Hui Teng, Abraham Dio Suharli, Alexis Roos, Wenhao Liu, Nelson Esteban Acevedo, Joseph Gerald Keller, Rohit Deshpande, Sandeep Raju Prabhakar
  • Patent number: 8977882
    Abstract: A system for transferring data between asynchronous domains in an SOC includes a slave request generation and data latch circuit, a busy signal generator, a positive edge detector, and a cascaded synchronizer. A host device transmits a host request signal and host data to the slave request generation and data latch circuit for execution by a slave device, which operates at a different frequency than the host device. The slave request generation and data latch circuit stores the host data and transmits it to the slave device based on a synchronized slave clock signal. The host device can perform other tasks while the slave device executes the host request.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 21, 2012
    Date of Patent: March 10, 2015
    Assignee: Free Scale Semiconductor, Inc.
    Inventors: Sandeep Garg, Asif Iqbal, Rajan Kapoor
  • Publication number: 20140143581
    Abstract: A system for transferring data between asynchronous domains in an SOC includes a slave request generation and data latch circuit, a busy signal generator, a positive edge detector, and a cascaded synchronizer. A host device transmits a host request signal and host data to the slave request generation and data latch circuit for execution by a slave device, which operates at a different frequency than the host device. The slave request generation and data latch circuit stores the host data and transmits it to the slave device based on a synchronized slave clock signal. The host device can perform other tasks while the slave device executes the host request.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 21, 2012
    Publication date: May 22, 2014
    Inventors: Sandeep Garg, Asif Igbal, Rajan Kapoor
  • Publication number: 20090118596
    Abstract: A patient monitoring system provides enhanced functional capability relative to known systems and provides a wireless communication link between a patient monitoring device, worn by a patient, and a local hub. The patient monitoring system is adapted to monitor various patient physiological characteristics, such as blood pressure, pulse rate, blood glucose, weight, pulse oximetry and others. The data from the patient monitoring device is wirelessly transmitted to a local hub, which, in turn, is configured to automatically transfer the data to a remote server, for example, over a public or private communications network. In one embodiment of the invention, the server is configured as a web portal to selectively allow access to such patient physiological data by designated third parties, such as physicians, clinicians, relatives and the patient themselves.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 28, 2008
    Publication date: May 7, 2009
    Applicant: Carematix, Inc.
    Inventors: Sukhwant Singh Khanuja, Sandeep Garg, Irwin Preet Singh
  • Patent number: 7448996
    Abstract: A patient monitoring system provides enhanced functional capability relative to known systems and provides a wireless communication link between a patient monitoring device, worn by a patient, and a local hub. The patient monitoring system is adapted to monitor various patient physiological characteristics, such as blood pressure, pulse rate, blood glucose, weight, pulse oximetry and others. The data from the patient monitoring device is wirelessly transmitted to a local hub, which, in turn, is configured to automatically transfer the data to a remote server, for example, over a public or private communications network. In one embodiment of the invention, the server is configured as a web portal to selectively allow access to such patient physiological data by designated third parties, such as physicians, clinicians, relatives and the patient themselves.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 15, 2003
    Date of Patent: November 11, 2008
    Assignee: Carematix, Inc.
    Inventors: Sukhwant Singh Khanuja, Sandeep Garg, Irwin Preet Singh
  • Publication number: 20040102683
    Abstract: The present invention relates to a patient monitoring system which provides enhanced functional capability relative to known systems and provides a wireless communication link between a patient monitoring device, worn by a patient, and a local hub. The patient monitoring system in accordance with the present invention is adapted to monitor various patient physiological characteristics, such as blood pressure, pulse rate, blood glucose, weight, pulse oximetry and others. The data from the patient monitoring device is wirelessly transmitted to a local hub, which, in turn, is configured to automatically transfer the data to a remote server, for example, over a public or private communications network. In one embodiment of the invention, the server is configured as a web portal to selectively allow access to such patient physiological data by designated third parties, such as physicians, clinicians, relatives and the patient themselves.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 15, 2003
    Publication date: May 27, 2004
    Inventors: Sukhwant Singh Khanuja, Sandeep Garg, Irwin Preet Singh