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Method and System for Maintaining Historical Data of Replaced Devices

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000248315D
Publication Date: 2016-Nov-15
Document File: 1 page(s) / 20K

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Abstract

A method and system is disclosed to enable detection of existence of a new device by understanding trend anomalies of two or more devices, based on historical data analysis. The method and system prevents loss of historical data associated with an old device.

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Method and System for Maintaining Historical Data of Replaced Devices

Although solutions providing data aggregation for various businesses to understand trends and performances at their place of business in line with their customers is important, historical data associated with an old device when a customer buys a new device, for instance becomes redundant. There exists a need for a method and system for notifying businesses about updation of a device by a customer and enable migration of previous location data to maintain historical records of the customer's patters (for example: customer's shopping patterns for a retail store)

Disclosed is a system and method that enables detection of an existence of a new device by understanding trend anomalies of two or more devices, based on historical data analysis. The method and system prevents loss of historical data associated with an old device.

Wi-Fi proximity sensors are ubiquitous in terms of utilitarian applications. The proximity sensors transmit wireless signals to enabled devices, such as smart phones, and notify applications on the device about its proximity to a given relevant location. In accordance with the present method and system, Wi-Fi proximity sensors in indoor locations are utilized to notify businesses about the replacement of an old device with a new device.

Consider a scenario, wherein two devices namely device A and device B enter a venue together, move within the venue together and exit the venu...