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Graphical presentation user interface using the same time series

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000238530D
Publication Date: 2014-Sep-03
Document File: 2 page(s) / 58K

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Abstract

Disclosed is a device for graph display based on readouts with their location and time-stamp of multiple measurement hardware.

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Graphical presentation user interface using the same time series

Disclosed is a device for graph display based on readouts with their location and time-stamp of multiple measurement hardware.

Disclosed below is the processing steps and system configuration of this device for graph display based on readouts with their location and time-stamp of multiple measurement hardware. If a problem occurs on the hardware like electrical power meter, using this device during a field investigation, a user can see relative graphs generated by using readout of the multiple meters to assist his/her investigation. (Refer to Figure 1.)

The data aggregation server stores the readout onto the data-store with its time-stamp and its measurement hardware ID under the user's operation. The server also stores the hardware ID and its location registered by the user in advance. (Refer to Figure 2.)

When the user (field-engineer, etc.) switches on the mobile device, the procedure below is started;


1. The mobile device collects the current location (latitude and longitude) data from its

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GPS function, during the investigation by the user.


2. The mobile device sends the location data to the data aggregation server. Using the location data, the server detects and identifies the measurement hardware running near the location.


3. The server collects readout of the measurement hardware from the data-store with its time-stamp.


4. The server generates a graph using the collected reado...