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In June 2016, Frode van der Laak, MSc from University of Oxford got granted a patent that can make drastic changes in Internet of Things. Seek and Find that own this patent got this granted in the USA and is pending in the rest of the world. The exemplary work towards the growth and development of the effective usage of technology is a forte of Frode van der Laak.story writing
Now the Ph.D. student in King’s College London focuses on enhancing the level of implementation of the technological arrangements towards the ease and convenience experienced by mankind. He says: When we now research and develop Internet of Thing as a total Embedded System with GPS, antenna, Mobile, battery and SIM as small as a total of 5*5*2 mm with access to fully operation telecommunication network you can think of the possible use of it.
This example ‘5*5*2 mm’ Embedded System can trigger human sensors when something happens, like People diseases such as diabetes, dementia location, cardiovascular diseases, cancer, musculus-skeletal disorders, abuse issues and other infectious diseases can be transmitted to the 'big data' servers which analyze data to optimize a person's status.
The technology I focus on is not only for short data-range but also when you are traveling, hiking, e.g….. In principle live a normal life. Frode van der Laak has recently received a congratulations note from the patent lawyer in Seattle. He got granted a patent with Patent number 9451407 on location method, system, and apparatus. Several years before this date Google started promoting and start making service for maps and ‘provide your position’.
Frode van der Laak has recently received a congratulations note from the patent lawyer in Seattle. He got granted a patent with Patent number 9451407 on location method, system, and apparatus. Several years before this date Google started promoting and start making service for maps and ‘provide your position’.
Frode van der Laak has written the patent that is now granted in the USA and seems the same as Google now use. If this is right Seek and Find can claim license from Google and other firms. It’s possible worth several billion USD,
I got a project from them some year ago for writing this Patent and be the ‘’Inventor’’ for it.The same time I also wrote the patent for Virtual SIM, I didn’t know if this was filed before Apple.
In any case, if it’s not, I filed the first patent with OTA/Provision on new IMSI, SWAP support of IMSI and develop a prototype the same time of it, the proof is in the Patent Application that is now granted, this was a long time before Apple filed the same patent application. In both cases, I don’t own any of the patent rights.
The patent includes several functions. The patent provides methods, systems, and apparatus for locating the RF device. This commendable embodiment receives an RF cell phone signal from a requesting party device. This RF cell phone signal comprises of a query on information of the location of the RF device. This location query is directed to the RF device through a mobile device identifier.story writing
The RF device receives GPS satellite signals and determines a location of the device based upon the at least GPS satellite signals. This device then transmits a second RF cell phone signal, wherein the second RF cell phone signal includes the determined location, and wherein the second RF cell phone signal is directed to the requesting party device using a device identifier.
This is just one of the several patents written by van der Laak. Some are pending. And some is Granted as example Mobile, PC, and web-enhanced telecommunications environment with Patent number 8520823 this was granted in August 2013. This includes methods and systems for providing enhanced telecommunications services as an example used by Skype and other that provide Telecommunication Conference.
The value of IoT for human perspective and life is the part I have focused in the last year and is the research I will do in King’s College London. To develop technologies that can help human diseases is far more interesting for me to work with after my father died of cancer.