US Patent No. 11,115,732

SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR BUILDING MULTIPLE GPS TRACKERS FROM A COMMON CORE


Patent No. 11,115,732
Issue Date September 07, 2021
Title Systems And Methods For Building Multiple Gps Trackers From A Common Core
Inventorship Armando J. Lucrecio, Fremont, CA (US)
Christopher Bjorn Kilburn, Menlo Park, CA (US)
Assignee Flex Ltd., Singapore (SG)

Claim of US Patent No. 11,115,732


1. A computer system,wherein the computer system is one or more of inside and attached to one or more of a pallet and a shipment container, the computer system comprising:
a processor;
a wireless physical interface; and
a computer-readable storage medium storing computer-readable instructions which, when executed by the processor, cause the processor to perform steps comprising:communicating with a first sensor and a second sensor of a vehicle via the wireless physical interface, wherein the vehicle contains the one or more of the pallet and the shipment container;
based on the communication with the first and second sensors, determining a type of sensor associated with each of the first and second sensors of the vehicle;
receiving first information from the first sensor via the wireless physical interface;
determining, based on the first information received from the first sensor, a significant event has occurred, wherein the determination that the significant event has occurred is made based on the type of sensor associated with the first sensor, wherein the significant event is associated with a significant movement of the vehicle, and wherein determining the significant event has occurred comprises determining a change in a quality associated with the first sensor is greater than a threshold value; and
based on the determination that the change in the quality associated with the first sensor is greater than the threshold value, recording second information received from the second sensor via the wireless physical interface, wherein the recorded second information comprises data received from the second sensor an amount of time prior to and following the significant event.