Patent Navigation Inc.
|Patent Navigation Inc. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20130138344||MOBILE LOCATION AND MAP ACQUISITION - Providing a map and/or directions to a visitor to a facility may include and/or involve a wireless communication device signaling its presence at a location in a facility, and communicating to the wireless communication device a map of the facility indicating the location. This may include and/or involve communicating to the wireless device directions to and/or from the location to a destination within the facility.||05-30-2013|
|20120319649||Automatic and Dynamic Home Electricity Load Balancing for the Purpose of EV Charging - “A charging station for electric vehicles receives customer bids on a charging time interval allotment, compares the customer bids, and supplies electric current from the charging station to a plurality of electric vehicles allocated to each electric vehicle according to the bids.”||12-20-2012|
|20120313434||Automatic and Dynamic Home Electricity Load Balancing for the Purpose of EV Charging - “A circuit breaker interfaces with a power rail of an electric service panel. The circuit breaker monitors a total present electric current consumption value for electric consumers served by the service panel and not served by the circuit breaker. It compares the present electric current consumption value with a preset maximum current capacity limit, and supplies current to an electric consumer at a level less than a difference between the maximum current capacity limit and a sum of the total present electric current consumption value and a preset current consumption value for an electric consumer coupled to the service panel but that is presently not drawing current.”||12-13-2012|
|20110221393||Automatic and Dynamic Home Electricity Load Balancing for the Purpose of EV Charging - An electric vehicle charging system includes logic collocated with an electric service panel to monitor a total present electric current consumption value for all electric consumers below a point in the service panel; a first input to receive the present electric current consumption value from the logic collocated with the service panel, and to compare the present electric current consumption value with a maximum current capacity value for the service panel; a second input to receive electric current from the service panel; an output to supply electric charging power to at least one electric vehicle; and logic to set an electric charging current drawn from the service panel through the second input and provided to the electric vehicle charging output to a value less than a difference between the maximum current capacity for the service panel and a sum of the present electric current consumption value and the current consumption value of a largest expected electric consumer.||09-15-2011|
|20110169622||ENHANCED COMMUNICATION THROUGH VIBRATION - A mobile communication device and/or the network by which it communicates may comprise logic to associate a specific vibration pattern to aspects of an outgoing call. The vibration pattern may be associated with one or more of an urgency, seriousness, or humorousness of the outgoing call, or with aspects of the information in the call such as font, style, color, punctuation, or symbols such as emoticons.||07-14-2011|
|20080268920||Turbulence sensitive mobile device power control - A mobile communication device may include one or more sensors to detect shaking and/or swinging of the device when the device is in a low-power or power-down mode. The device may include logic to determine if shaking and/or swinging occurred within an interval of time after the device was used, and logic to remove the device from low power or power down mode (and thus initiate a power-up mode) if shaking and/or swinging occurred within the interval of time after the device was used.||10-30-2008|
|20080197983||Conditional RFID - A RFID tag includes logic to compare information in a received signal with conditional response criteria, and to respond to the received signal with an RFID only if the information satisfies the conditional response criteria.||08-21-2008|
Patent applications by Patent Navigation Inc.