Patents by Inventor Stefan Anastas Nagey

Stefan Anastas Nagey 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: 20200163015
    Abstract: Presented here are system and methods for collecting information from devices, such as sensors, that are not necessarily connected to the Internet. Multiple sensors are distributed in a geographic area. The sensors power up every 10 minutes to gather data about the environment and then power down to save battery. A collecting device, i.e., a device attached to a moving object, traverses the geographic area containing the sensors, and continuously sends wake-up signals into the environment. When a sensor is within 20 feet of the collecting device, and receives the wake-up signal, the sensor uploads the gathered data to the collecting device. Subsequently, when the collecting device establishes an Internet connection, the collecting device uploads the gathered data to a central database.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 1, 2019
    Publication date: May 21, 2020
    Inventors: Stefan Anastas Nagey, Jesse Erin Berns, Michael Roytman
  • Publication number: 20190313334
    Abstract: Presented here are system and methods for collecting information from devices, such as sensors, that are not necessarily connected to the Internet. Multiple sensors are distributed in a geographic area. The sensors power up every 10 minutes to gather data about the environment and then power down to save battery. A collecting device, i.e., a device attached to a moving object, traverses the geographic area containing the sensors, and continuously sends wake-up signals into the environment. When a sensor is within 20 feet of the collecting device, and receives the wake-up signal, the sensor uploads the gathered data to the collecting device. Subsequently, when the collecting device establishes an Internet connection, the collecting device uploads the gathered data to a central database.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 16, 2019
    Publication date: October 10, 2019
    Inventors: Stefan Anastas Nagey, Jesse Erin Berns, Michael Roytman
  • Publication number: 20190310972
    Abstract: Introduced are systems and methods that enable modification of logs in multiple off-line databases. Multiple off-line devices can mistakenly associate different respondents with the same identification (ID) unique to the system. When the multiple off-line devices synchronize with each other, or synchronize with a server hosting the central database, the software running on the off-line devices, or on the server detects that the modified logs come from different respondents, and the software assigns two different IDs unique to system to the logs. In another embodiment, multiple off-line devices can mistakenly associate the same respondent with two different IDs unique to the system. When the multiple off-line devices synchronize with each other or with the server, the software running on the off-line devices, or the server detects that the modified logs come from the same respondent, and the software assigns the logs to the same ID unique to system.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 18, 2019
    Publication date: October 10, 2019
    Inventors: Stefan Anastas Nagey, Jesse Erin Berns
  • Patent number: 10268637
    Abstract: Introduced are systems and methods that enable modification of logs in multiple off-line databases. Multiple off-line devices can mistakenly associate different respondents with the same identification (ID) unique to the system. When the multiple off-line devices synchronize with each other, or synchronize with a server hosting the central database, the software running on the off-line devices, or on the server detects that the modified logs come from different respondents, and the software assigns two different IDs unique to system to the logs. In another embodiment, multiple off-line devices can mistakenly associate the same respondent with two different IDs unique to the system. When the multiple off-line devices synchronize with each other or with the server, the software running on the off-line devices, or the server detects that the modified logs come from the same respondent, and the software assigns the logs to the same ID unique to system.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 24, 2017
    Date of Patent: April 23, 2019
    Assignee: DHARMA PLATFORM, INC.
    Inventors: Stefan Anastas Nagey, Jesse Erin Berns
  • Publication number: 20190104471
    Abstract: Presented here are system and methods for collecting information from devices, such as sensors, that are not necessarily connected to the Internet. Multiple sensors are distributed in a geographic area. The sensors power up every 10 minutes to gather data about the environment and then power down to save battery. A collecting device, i.e., a device attached to a moving object, traverses the geographic area containing the sensors, and continuously sends wake-up signals into the environment. When a sensor is within 20 feet of the collecting device, and receives the wake-up signal, the sensor uploads the gathered data to the collecting device. Subsequently, when the collecting device establishes an Internet connection, the collecting device uploads the gathered data to a central database.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 10, 2017
    Publication date: April 4, 2019
    Inventors: Stefan Anastas Nagey, Jesse Erin Berns, Michael Roytman
  • Publication number: 20190104180
    Abstract: Presented here are system and methods for collecting information from devices, such as sensors, that are not necessarily connected to the Internet. Multiple sensors are distributed in a geographic area. The sensors power up every 10 minutes to gather data about the environment and then power down to save battery. A collecting device, i.e., a device attached to a moving object, traverses the geographic area containing the sensors, and continuously sends wake-up signals into the environment. When a sensor is within 20 feet of the collecting device, and receives the wake-up signal, the sensor uploads the gathered data to the collecting device. Subsequently, when the collecting device establishes an Internet connection, the collecting device uploads the gathered data to a central database.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 10, 2017
    Publication date: April 4, 2019
    Inventors: Stefan Anastas Nagey, Jesse Erin Berns, Michael Roytman
  • Publication number: 20190087475
    Abstract: Presented here is a system for automatic conversion of data between various data sets. In one embodiment, the system can obtain a data set, can analyze associations between the variables in the data set, and can convert the data set into a canonical data model. The canonical data model is a smaller representation of the original data set because insignificant variables and associations can be left out, and significant relationships can be represented procedurally and/or using mathematical functions. In one embodiment, part of the system can be a trained machine learning model which can convert the input data set into a canonical data model. The canonical data model can be a more efficient representation of the input data set. Consequently, various actions, such as an analysis of the data set, merging of two data sets, etc. can be performed more efficiently on the canonical data model.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 12, 2018
    Publication date: March 21, 2019
    Inventors: Stefan Anastas Nagey, James Charles Bursa, Samuel Vincent Scarpino, Conor Matthew Hastings, Agastya Mondal, Michael Roytman
  • Publication number: 20190087474
    Abstract: Presented here is a system for automatic conversion of data between various data sets. In one embodiment, the system can obtain a data set, can analyze associations between the variables in the data set, and can convert the data set into a canonical data model. The canonical data model is a smaller representation of the original data set because insignificant variables and associations can be left out, and significant relationships can be represented procedurally and/or using mathematical functions. In one embodiment, part of the system can be a trained machine learning model which can convert the input data set into a canonical data model. The canonical data model can be a more efficient representation of the input data set. Consequently, various actions, such as an analysis of the data set, merging of two data sets, etc. can be performed more efficiently on the canonical data model.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 12, 2018
    Publication date: March 21, 2019
    Inventors: Stefan Anastas Nagey, James Charles Bursa, Samuel Vincent Scarpino, Conor Matthew Hastings, Agastya Mondal, Michael Roytman
  • Publication number: 20190005085
    Abstract: Introduced are systems and methods that enable modification of logs in multiple off-line databases. Multiple off-line devices can mistakenly associate different respondents with the same identification (ID) unique to the system. When the multiple off-line devices synchronize with each other, or synchronize with a server hosting the central database, the software running on the off-line devices, or on the server detects that the modified logs come from different respondents, and the software assigns two different IDs unique to system to the logs. In another embodiment, multiple off-line devices can mistakenly associate the same respondent with two different IDs unique to the system. When the multiple off-line devices synchronize with each other or with the server, the software running on the off-line devices, or the server detects that the modified logs come from the same respondent, and the software assigns the logs to the same ID unique to system.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 24, 2017
    Publication date: January 3, 2019
    Inventors: Stefan Anastas Nagey, Jesse Erin Berns
  • Publication number: 20190005084
    Abstract: Introduced are systems and methods that enable modification of logs in multiple off-line databases. Multiple off-line devices can mistakenly associate different respondents with the same identification (ID) unique to the system. When the multiple off-line devices synchronize with each other, or synchronize with a server hosting the central database, the software running on the off-line devices, or on the server detects that the modified logs come from different respondents, and the software assigns two different IDs unique to system to the logs. In another embodiment, multiple off-line devices can mistakenly associate the same respondent with two different IDs unique to the system. When the multiple off-line devices synchronize with each other or with the server, the software running on the off-line devices, or the server detects that the modified logs come from the same respondent, and the software assigns the logs to the same ID unique to system.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 24, 2017
    Publication date: January 3, 2019
    Inventors: Stefan Anastas Nagey, Jesse Erin Berns