We have recently been awarded three additional patents further acknowledging our innovations in the field of spatial intelligence. These patents are focused on our computer vision technology that can track occupant movement and location within a space while not sacrificing privacy. They build on our current technology capabilities in the realm of developing healthy spaces and are outlined be low.
Patent Name: Computer Vision System That Detects People, Identification of Their Location in a Field of View
Description: This system uses a camera to detect movement of people within a space. It maps a space into coordinates to understand an occupant’s specific physical location in a space. It uses an external USB expansion hub to connect a USB camera that serves as the source of input to the system and to power a cellular–to–ethernet router.
In addition, it has a a user interface that includes a status LED to visually confirm that the system is up and running as desired and visually indicates the type of malfunctions.
Patent Name: Computer Vision System that Provides an Identification of Movement Pathway Intensity
Description: This is similar to the patent above except it focuses on measuring the amount of movement and location within a space. It can be used to identify areas that are frequently used by occupants.
In addition, the computer vision technology maintains the privacy of each occupant.
Patent Name: Computer Vision System that Identifies the Dimensions of a Space from only a Picture and a User Input Reference Marker the Techniques and Capabilities of the System can be Applied to the Space Design and Planning
Description: The system can map out the dimensions of a space using a picture and having a user input a reference measurement. This technology creates a virtual grid with coordinates that supports the measurement of movement and location of occupants within a space.