Patents by Inventor Tsvi Lev

Tsvi Lev 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: 20190174452
    Abstract: A computer implemented method of detecting unauthorized mobile wireless transmitters, comprising using one or more processors adapted for obtaining, from one or more radio frequency (RF) sensors deployed in a monitored location, RF sensory data relating to a plurality of transmissions transmitted by one or more of a plurality of mobile wireless transmitters, detecting a change in a location of one or more of the mobile wireless transmitters by analyzing the RF sensory data, classifying one or more of the mobile wireless transmitters as unauthorized in case the detected location change deviates from one or more mobility rules and outputting an indication of the classification.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 28, 2018
    Publication date: June 6, 2019
    Applicant: NEC Corporation Of America
    Inventors: Tsvi LEV, Yaacov HOCH, Doron GONEN
  • Publication number: 20190080157
    Abstract: A method of authenticating physical activity in a monitored space, comprising: obtaining monitored space activity data from at least one activity detector deployed in the monitored space to capture simultaneously physical activity of a plurality of moving objects in said monitored space; analyzing said monitored space activity data to identify a plurality of spatiotemporal movement patterns in said monitored space; obtaining a plurality of inertial data patterns from each one of a plurality of applications executed in a plurality of mobile devices, each one of said inertial data patterns is recorded using an inertial sensing device installed in one of said plurality of mobile devices, each one of said plurality of mobile devices is associated with one of a plurality of persons; identifying at least one correlation between at least one of said plurality of inertial data patterns and at least one of said plurality of spatiotemporal movement patterns; authenticating said physical activity according to said at le
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 5, 2018
    Publication date: March 14, 2019
    Applicant: NEC Corporation Of America
    Inventors: Tsvi LEV, Yaacov HOCH, Moshe KARAKO
  • Publication number: 20190036964
    Abstract: A computer implemented method of correlating between detected usage events indicative of using client terminals and an operational state of physical interfaces of the client terminals, comprising monitoring a network in a monitored location to detect one or more usage events indicating of a usage of one or more of a plurality of client terminals operatively connected to the network, obtaining sensory data from one or more interface monitoring sensors having a fixed operation which is unmodifiable after deployed to capture an operational state of one or more physical interfaces of the client terminal(s), analyzing the sensory data to identify the operational state of the physical interface(s), correlating between the usage event(s) and the identified operational state to validate the usage event(s) and initiating one or more action according to the validation.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 31, 2018
    Publication date: January 31, 2019
    Inventors: Tsvi Lev, Yaacov Hoch, Moshe Karako
  • Publication number: 20190018939
    Abstract: A computer implemented method of correlating between detected access events to access client terminals in a monitored location and physical activity of people in the monitored location, comprising detecting one or more access events to access one or more of a plurality of client terminals located in a monitored location and operatively connected to a first network, obtaining sensory activity data from one or more activity detectors deployed in the monitored location to capture physical activity of people in the monitored location wherein the activity detector(s) are operatively connected to a second interconnection isolated from the first network, analyzing the sensory activity data to identify a spatiotemporal activity pattern of one or more persons in the monitored location, correlating between the access event(s) and the spatiotemporal activity pattern(s) to validate the access event(s) and initiating one or more actions according to the validation.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 13, 2018
    Publication date: January 17, 2019
    Inventors: Tsvi LEV, Doron GONEN, Moshe KARAKO, Yaacov HOCH
  • Publication number: 20120151515
    Abstract: A method of retrieving data from broadcast programming on a communication device, the method comprising: mixing a data stream with media to be broadcast; broadcasting the media including the data stream; and processing the data stream on an electronic card.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 12, 2011
    Publication date: June 14, 2012
    Applicant: Dialware Inc.
    Inventors: Alon ATSMON, Amit Antebi, Tsvi Lev, Moshe Cohen, Gabriel Speyer, Alan Sege, Nathan Altman, Ram Anati
  • Patent number: 8078136
    Abstract: The interactive authentication system allows a consumer to interact with a base station, such as broadcast media (e.g., television and radio) or PC, to receive coupons, special sales offers, and other information with an electronic card. The electronic card can also be used to transmit a signal that can be received by the base station to perform a wide variety of tasks. These tasks can include launching an application, authenticating a user at a website, and completing a sales transaction at a website (e.g., by filling out a form automatically). The interaction between the base station and the electronic card is accomplished by using the conventional sound system in the base station so that a special reader hardware need not be installed to interact with the electronic card. The user is equipped with an electronic card that can receive and transmit data via sound waves. In the various embodiments, the sound waves can be audible or ultrasonic (which can be slightly audible to some groups of people).
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 1, 2010
    Date of Patent: December 13, 2011
    Assignee: Dialware Inc.
    Inventors: Alon Atsmon, Amit Antebi, Tsvi Lev, Moshe Cohen, Gavriel Speyer, Alan Sege, Nathan Altman, Rami Anati
  • Publication number: 20100256976
    Abstract: The interactive authentication system allows a consumer to interact with a base station, such as broadcast media (e.g., television and radio) or PC, to receive coupons, special sales offers, and other information with an electronic card. The electronic card can also be used to transmit a signal that can be received by the base station to perform a wide variety of tasks. These tasks can include launching an application, authenticating a user at a website, and completing a sales transaction at a website (e.g., by filling out a form automatically). The interaction between the base station and the electronic card is accomplished by using the conventional sound system in the base station so that a special reader hardware need not be installed to interact with the electronic card. The user is equipped with an electronic card that can receive and transmit data via sound waves. In the various embodiments, the sound waves can be audible or ultrasonic (which can be slightly audible to some groups of people).
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 1, 2010
    Publication date: October 7, 2010
    Applicant: BeepCard Ltd.
    Inventors: Alon ATSMON, Amit Antebi, Tsvi Lev, Moshe Cohen, Gavriel Speyer, Alan Sege, Nathan Altman, Rami Anati
  • Patent number: 7706838
    Abstract: The interactive authentication system allows a consumer to interact with a base station, such as broadcast media (e.g., television and radio) or PC, to receive coupons, special sales offers, and other information with an electronic card. The electronic card can also be used to transmit a signal that can be received by the base station to perform a wide variety of tasks. These tasks can include launching an application, authenticating a user at a website, and completing a sales transaction at a website (e.g., by filling out a form automatically). The interaction between the base station and the electronic card is accomplished by using the conventional sound system in the base station so that a special reader hardware need not be installed to interact with the electronic card. The user is equipped with an electronic card that can receive and transmit data via sound waves. In the various embodiments, the sound waves can be audible or ultrasonic (which can be slightly audible to some groups of people).
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 14, 2003
    Date of Patent: April 27, 2010
    Assignee: BeepCard Ltd.
    Inventors: Alon Atsmon, Amit Antebi, Tsvi Lev, Moshe Cohen, Gavriel Spcyer, Alan Sege, Nathan Altman, Rami Anati
  • Publication number: 20040031856
    Abstract: The interactive authentication system allows a consumer to interact with a base station, such as broadcast media (e.g., television and radio) or PC, to receive coupons, special sales offers, and other information with an electronic card. The electronic card can also be used to transmit a signal that can be received by the base station to perform a wide variety of tasks. These tasks can include launching an application, authenticating a user at a website, and completing a sales transaction at a website (e.g., by filling out a form automatically). The interaction between the base station and the electronic card is accomplished by using the conventional sound system in the base station so that a special reader hardware need not be installed to interact with the electronic card. The user is equipped with an electronic card that can receive and transmit data via sound waves. In the various embodiments, the sound waves can be audible or ultrasonic (which can be slightly audible to some groups of people).
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 14, 2003
    Publication date: February 19, 2004
    Inventors: Alon Atsmon, Amit Antebi, Tsvi Lev, Moshe Cohen, Gavriel Spcyer, Alan Sege, Nathan Altman, Rami Anati
  • Patent number: 6607136
    Abstract: The interactive authentication system allows a consumer to interact with a base station, such as broadcast media (e.g., television and radio) or PC, to receive coupons, special sales offers, and other information with an electronic card. The electronic card can also be used to transmit a signal that can be received by the base station to perform a wide variety of tasks. These tasks can include launching an application, authenticating a user at a website, and completing a sales transaction at a website (e.g., by filling out a form automatically). The interaction between the base station and the electronic card is accomplished by using the conventional sound system in the base station so that a special reader hardware need not be installed to interact with the electronic card. The user is equipped with an electronic card that can receive and transmit data via sound waves. In the various embodiments, the sound waves can be audible or ultrasonic (which can be slightly audible to some groups of people).
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 12, 2000
    Date of Patent: August 19, 2003
    Assignee: Beepcard Inc.
    Inventors: Alon Atsmon, Amit Antebi, Tsvi Lev, Moshe Cohen, Gavriel Speyer, Alan Sege, Nathan Altman, Rami Anati