Sensitech, Inc.

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1.

STRIP CHART TEMPRETURE RECORDER

      
Application Number US2005039825
Publication Number 2006/052673
Status In Force
Filing Date 2005-11-03
Publication Date 2006-05-18
Owner SENSITECH INC. (USA)
Inventor
  • Conrad, John
  • Walters, David, B.

Abstract

One embodiment of the invention is directed to a method of creating and maintaining a calibrated bi-metallic element assembly configuration in a strip chart recorder comprising a housing having top and bottom portions. The method comprises acts of positioning a bi-metallic element assembly on the bottom portion of the housing while the housing is in an open configuration, closing the housing, and attaching the bi-metallic element assembly to the top portion of the housing when the housing is closed. Another embodiment of the invention is directed to a strip chart recorder, comprising a housing comprising top and bottom portions, the top portion of the housing comprising a first mating feature, a bi-metallic element assembly comprising a second mating feature, and a strip chart positioned on the bottom portion of the housing. The first and second mating features are adapted to engage each other upon closing of the housing.

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2.

PEDIGREE AND INTEGRITY EVALUATION OF PACKAGES

      
Application Number US2005013842
Publication Number 2005/106748
Status In Force
Filing Date 2005-04-22
Publication Date 2005-11-10
Owner SENSITECH INC. (USA)
Inventor Schmidtberg, Rupert, A.

Abstract

The present invention is directed to novel systems and methods for authenticating the pedigree and/or confirming the integrity of a transported package. Among other things, a method is disclosed that involves receiving information from an electronic device associated with the package at an authentication appliance at a destination location, transmitting at least a first portion of the information from the authentication appliance to a server, receiving from the server a network address of an authentication computer to be used to evaluate the pedigree and/or integrity of the package, after receiving the network address from the server, transmitting at least a second portion of the information from the authentication appliance to the authentication computer at the network address, and receiving from the authentication computer a signal indicative of a determination made by the authentication computer concerning the pedigree and/or integrity of the package based upon a comparison of the at least the second portion of the information with data stored in a database.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G06Q 99/00 - Subject matter not provided for in other groups of this subclass

3.

RECORDING OF LOCATION EVENT INFORMATION IN RFID TAGS

      
Application Number US2005013844
Publication Number 2005/103984
Status In Force
Filing Date 2005-04-22
Publication Date 2005-11-03
Owner SENSITECH INC. (USA)
Inventor
  • Schmidtberg, Rupert, A.
  • Wile, Timothy, J.

Abstract

Systems and methods (100) for transmitting location event information to and/or from an electronic device, such as a radio frequency identification (RFID) tag (102), from and/or to one or more location ID stations (106). AT least one signal is wirelessly received at an electronic device associated with a package (104) as the package is transported from a source location to a destination location in a manufacturing process, supply chain, and/or distribution network, the at least one signal including location event information that is sufficient to supply a location of the package at a time the signal is received. Data is stored representing the location event information in memory of the electronic device so that the location of the package can be subsequently ascertained.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G06K 17/00 - Methods or arrangements for effecting co-operative working between equipments covered by two or more of main groups , e.g. automatic card files incorporating conveying and reading operations

4.

PROBELESS DRY ICE SENSOR

      
Application Number US2004038170
Publication Number 2005/047836
Status In Force
Filing Date 2004-11-12
Publication Date 2005-05-26
Owner SENSITECH INC. (USA)
Inventor
  • Diluiso, Jeffrey
  • Schmidtberg, Rupert, A.

Abstract

One embodiment of the invention is directed to a temperature monitor (1) comprising a housing (3), a temperature sensor to provide temperature indications, wherein the temperature sensor is disposed inside the housing (3) and exposed to an ambient temperature, circuitry within the housing for processing and storing the temperature indications, and a power supply (25) within the housing and coupled to the circuitry. The power supply is adapted to provided a level of power to the circuitry sufficient for the operability of the circuitry at least at any ambient temperature between -40°C and -80°C. another embodiment of the invention is directed to a method comprising acts of exposing the interior of a housing (3) to a temperature below -40°C, measuring the temperature in the interior of the housing (3), storing an indication of the temperature within the housing, and processing the indication of the temperature within the housing (3).

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5.

AUTOMATED GENERATION OF REPORTS REFLECTING STATISTICAL ANALYSES OF SUPPLY CHAIN PROCESSES

      
Application Number US2004028787
Publication Number 2005/026893
Status In Force
Filing Date 2004-09-03
Publication Date 2005-03-24
Owner SENSITECH INC. (USA)
Inventor
  • Schmidtberg, Rupert, A.
  • Leshuk, Jeffrey, Allen

Abstract

The present invention is directed to a system and method for collecting data concerning one or more aspects of a supply chain. A database (112) receives data from a sensor (102), or other data reflecting a monitored physical or environmental condition or location of a product (104).

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6.

AUTOMATED IDENTIFICATION OF ANOMALOUS CONDITIONS IN SUPPLY CHAIN PROCESSES

      
Application Number US2004028789
Publication Number 2005/024794
Status In Force
Filing Date 2004-09-03
Publication Date 2005-03-17
Owner SENSITECH INC. (USA)
Inventor
  • Schmidtberg, Rupert A.
  • Leshuk, Jeffrey, Allen

Abstract

A product supply chain may be viewed not just as a series of discrete, unrelated shipment transactions, but as a 'process' (or pipeline) that can be subject to statistical process control, The present invention is directed to novel systems and methods for collecting data concerning one or more aspects of a supply chain for performing statistical analysis on the collected data to facilitate the identification of anomalies or inefficiencies in the process, and for communicating the results of such statistical analysis to those responsible for the supply chain so that remedial measures may be taken, if appropriate. Among other things, a method for analyzing a supply chain process is disclosed that involves automatically determining whether a plurality of data points, each representing at least one determined value of at least one monitored aspect of a supply chain, match a pattern indicative of an anomalous condition in the supply chain process.

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7.

USING LOCATION EVENT INFORMATION FOR SUPPLY CHAIN PROCESS ANALYSIS

      
Application Number US2004028790
Publication Number 2005/024795
Status In Force
Filing Date 2004-09-03
Publication Date 2005-03-17
Owner SENSITECH INC. (USA)
Inventor
  • Schmidtberg, Rupert, A.
  • Leshuk, Jeffrey, Allen

Abstract

A product supply chain may be viewed not just as a series of discrete, unrelated shipment transactions, but as a 'process' that can be subject to statistical process control. The present invention is directed to novel systems and methods for collecting data concerning one or more aspects of a supply chain, for performing statistical analysis on the collected data to facilitate the identification of anomalies or inefficiencies in the process, and for communicating the results of such statistical analysis to those responsible for the supply chain so that remedial measures may be taken, if appropriate. A method is disclosed that involves storing data reflecting a determined value of a monitored aspect of a shipment of an item, and storing location event information corresponding to the shipment of the item. A processor uses the location event information together with the data reflecting the determined value to generate reports.

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8.

USING ADVANCED SHIPPING NOTIFICATION INFORMATION FOR SUPPLY CHAIN PROCESS ANALYSIS

      
Application Number US2004028792
Publication Number 2005/024585
Status In Force
Filing Date 2004-09-03
Publication Date 2005-03-17
Owner SENSITECH INC. (USA)
Inventor
  • Schmidtberg, Rupert, A.
  • Leshuk, Jeffrey, Allen

Abstract

A product supply chain may be viewed not just as a series of discrete, unrelated shipment transactions, but as a 'process' that can be subject to statistical process control. The present invention is directed to novel systems and methods for collecting data concerning one or more aspects of a supply chain, for performing statistical analysis on the data to facilitate the identification of inefficiencies in the process. A method is disclosed that involves storing an electronic copy of an advanced shipping notification (ASN) that was transmitted from a shipping location to a receiving location in advance of shipping and also storing in memory data reflecting at least one determined value of at least one monitored aspect of the shipment.The at least one processor uses at least some information from the ASN together with a portion of the data stored in memory, to generate a report involving the determined value.

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9.

AUTOMATIC CONDITIONING OF DATA ACCUMULATED BY SENSORS MONITORING SUPPLY CHAIN PROCESSES

      
Application Number US2004028793
Publication Number 2005/024586
Status In Force
Filing Date 2004-09-03
Publication Date 2005-03-17
Owner SENSITECH INC. (USA)
Inventor
  • Schmidtberg, Rupert, A.
  • Leshuk, Jeffrey, Allen

Abstract

A product supply chain may be viewed not just as a series of discrete, unrelated shipment transactions, but as a 'process' (or pipeline) that can be subject to statistical process control. The present invention is directed to novel systems and methods for collecting data concerning one or more aspects of a supply chain, for performing statistical analysis on the collected data to facilitate the identification of anomalies or inefficiencies in the process, and for communicating the results of such statistical analysis to those responsible for the supply chain so that remedial measures may be taken, if appropriate. Among other things, a method is disclosed for use in a system in which at least one first sensor (102) is associated with at least one first item that is transported from a first shipping location (106) to a first receiving location (108).

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10.

METHODS AND APPARATUS FOR INDICATING TEMPERATURE-RELATED EVENTS

      
Application Number US2004009722
Publication Number 2004/099744
Status In Force
Filing Date 2004-03-30
Publication Date 2004-11-18
Owner SENSITECH INC. (USA)
Inventor
  • Vache, John, P.
  • Conrard, John

Abstract

The present invention relates to reliable and accurate techniques and devices for detecting and indicating temperature-related conditions and events associated with various items such as foods and medicines.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G01K 3/00 - Thermometers giving results other than momentary value of temperature
  • G01K 11/06 - Measuring temperature based on physical or chemical changes not covered by group , , , or using melting, freezing, or softening