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G01D 9/00 - Recording measured values 2
G01K 1/022 - Means for indicating or recording specially adapted for thermometers for recording 2
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Data logger, in particular for monitoring an environment parameter for storing medication

      
Application Number 15750241
Grant Number 11215482
Status In Force
Filing Date 2016-08-02
First Publication Date 2018-08-09
Grant Date 2022-01-04
Owner MISSIO B.V. (Netherlands)
Inventor Geboers, Josephus Joannes Antonius

Abstract

A data logger for logging values of a physical environment parameter as a function of time includes a sampling subsystem which acquires a sequence of sample values of the physical environment parameter at sampling moments which are separated by sample intervals, an encoding subsystem which converts the sequence of sample values in data records including a representative value representing groups of one sample value or a number of successive sample values with variations which meet a stability criterion and information representative of the lengths of the groups, a memory subsystem which stores a sequence of defined data, and the data logger is arranged to determine in which range of a plurality of ranges a sample of the environment parameter is located, and to use a stability criterion for the encoding which depends on the determined range.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G01D 9/00 - Recording measured values
  • G01K 1/022 - Means for indicating or recording specially adapted for thermometers for recording
  • G06F 11/30 - Monitoring
  • G06F 11/34 - Recording or statistical evaluation of computer activity, e.g. of down time, of input/output operation

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Data logger and sampling and encoding methods for use in a data logger

      
Application Number 15888181
Grant Number 11099038
Status In Force
Filing Date 2018-02-05
First Publication Date 2018-06-07
Grant Date 2021-08-24
Owner Missio B.V. (Netherlands)
Inventor Geboers, Josephus Joannes Antonius

Abstract

A data logger (1) for logging values of a physical environment parameter (T) as a function of time (t) includes a sampling subsystem (2), which acquires sample values (21) of the physical environment parameter (T) at sampling moments which are separated by sample intervals, an encoding subsystem (3) which defines data records representing groups of one sample value (21) or a number of successive sample values (21) with variations which meet a first stability criterion, each data record including first identifiable bits (b10-b00) defining a representative value (Trep) for the samples values (21) of the corresponding group and second identifiable bits (b15-b12) indicating the number of samples in the corresponding group and a flag bit (b11) indicating the use of either the first or second interval length, and a memory subsystem (4) for storing the sequence of defined data records into a memory (7).

IPC Classes  ?

  • G01D 9/00 - Recording measured values
  • G01K 1/022 - Means for indicating or recording specially adapted for thermometers for recording
  • G06F 11/30 - Monitoring
  • G06F 11/34 - Recording or statistical evaluation of computer activity, e.g. of down time, of input/output operation

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Add-on unit for a handheld container for storing objects

      
Application Number 15129470
Grant Number 09717652
Status In Force
Filing Date 2015-03-26
First Publication Date 2017-05-04
Grant Date 2017-08-01
Owner MISSIO B.V. (Netherlands)
Inventor Geboers, Josephus Joannes Antonius

Abstract

An add-on unit for a handheld container, preferably a medication container, for storing medication objects, e.g. pills, to be dispensed, includes an open channel with dimensions enabling a free passage of an object to leave the container under influence of a gravity force without using a dispensing mechanism. Shaking the medication container while it is held in a slanting upside down position causes that objects are moved to the channel and will fall through the channel to leave the container. A detector detects the object which passes the channel. Electronic circuitry derives and stores information related to one or more detected passages of objects. The add-on unit is provided with an interface for communication with the outside world for outputting the information derived. Preferably the add-on unit has the form of an insert unit which fits in the neck of a standard container.

IPC Classes  ?

  • G08B 9/00 - Order telegraph apparatus, i.e. means for transmitting one of a finite number of different orders at the discretion of the user, e.g. bridge to engine room orders in ships
  • A61J 7/00 - Devices for administering medicines orally, e.g. spoons; Pill counting devices; Arrangements for time indication or reminder for taking medicine
  • A61J 7/02 - Pill counting devices
  • A61J 7/04 - Arrangements for time indication or reminder for taking medicine, e.g. programmed dispensers
  • A61J 1/03 - Containers specially adapted for medical or pharmaceutical purposes for pills or tablets