Patent Issued for Home Appliances (USPTO 11379926): Allstate Insurance Company

2022 JUL 25 (NewsRx) — By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Insurance Daily News — From Alexandria, VirginiaNewsRx reporters report that a patent created by Krug’s founder, David J. (Arlington Heights, ILUS), Safford, Douglas (St. Charles, ILUS), Veith, David G. (Oswego, ILUS), was saved January 28, 2021was published online at July 5, 2022.

The grantor of patent patent number 11379926 is Allstate Insurance Company (Northbrook, Illinois, United States).

The editors found the following words from the information provided by the founders: “Many times people are looking for ways to protect their homes. People buy insurance for the same reason – to protect against unexpected risks. However, even though insurance will pay for damage to your home, car, etc. after it happens, knowing the risks before they happen can help reduce the risk and costs. Also, even if a person is aware of a potential accident, failure, etc., the person may not have enough knowledge to know how to solve the problem or may not understand the severity of the problem. “

In addition to this patent information, NewsRx reporters also found a summary of the inventors of this patent: “The following provides a brief summary to better understand certain aspects of the disclosure. This summary is not a summary of the disclosure. It is not intended to identify the main features or significance of the disclosure or to describe the scope of the disclosure. The following summary merely presents some of the disclosure concepts in a simplified form as a prelude to the explanation below.

“Disclosures relate to systems, methods, devices and computer screens for receiving data from one or more sensors connected to one or more home devices, such as appliances, home appliances, etc. The data can be used to determine whether the use of the home device is within authorized location. If not, the home device user may receive an alert identifying a potential problem. One or more home device control updates may be identified and provided to the user. In some examples, an insurance incentive to use the recommended updates may also be provided to the user.

“Some of the positives and negatives that have been revealed are also reflected in the information presented here.”

The goals given by the founders are:

“1. A system, comprising: a home appliance; the identification device in connection with the home device and integrated into the home device, the identification device being configured to monitor the performance of the device; a processing unit containing a processor; and a memory unit that is connected to the processing unit and stores instructions that can be used in the computer, which when used by the processing unit, causes the system to: receive, via wireless power, data from the viewing device; process, in real time, data received to determine the nature of the home device in connection with the notification device; compare the verified data with the data generated on devices located at a predefined distance from the home device to determine whether the data is within the predefined range; audio for recognizing that the event is in the pre-defined area, identify the first incentive of the insurance to give to the user based on the pre-defined information; response to the detection that the interface is outside of the predefined area: detect the desired settings on the home device; identify a second insurance incentive different from the first insurance incentive, to apply the modified information to the home device; creating a user interface including a warning with a proposed modification and a secondary insurance incentive; and sending, to the computing device, the user-generated interface.

“2. The system of claim 1, wherein the home appliance is a sump pump.

“3. The system of claim 1, wherein the data received from the response device includes a plurality of signals received from multiple devices communicating with the home device.

“4. The system of claim 3, in which each device of the plurality of devices is configured to detect different features of the home device.

“5. Information system 1, including instructions that, when given, cause the system: to respond by recognizing that the information is within a predetermined area, to store data that will be used in the future, how to use the information in the future. social information includes comparing the known data with the second known data and, based on the comparison, providing a third insurance incentive to the user to make some changes to the home device.

“6. The system of claim 1, wherein the alert further includes an identifier of the home device.

“7. The system of claim 1, wherein the predetermined distance includes a predetermined length.

“8. A system, comprising: a first identification device configured to recognize a pattern of the first home device; a second identification device configured to recognize a second pattern of the first home device, the second pattern being different from the first pattern; at least one computer device for communicating with the device the first detection device is a second detection device and is configured to receive data from the first detection device and the second, one computer device that includes: a processing unit that has a processor; and a memory unit that is connected to the processor and stores instructions that can be used by the computer, which will be used by the processing unit, causes the system: to receive, from the first detection device and the second detection device and through the wire esi wireless, the data transmitted by the first detection device and the second; store the received information of the first type from the first information device with the second information of the second information device; compare the first quality data with the second quality data and the data history of other devices to determine whether one of the first quality data and the second quality data is outside the limits of the different data history; and responding to the determination, based on the comparison, that one of the known and the second information of the second type is outside the historical limits: determine the modification of the first home device to reduce the risk of failure of the first home device; determine the first insurance incentive to send to the first user to meet the changes; creating a user interface including a warning containing and updating the primary insurance policy; sending, to the first user’s computing device, user-generated content; and pay attention to know, based on comparison, that at least one of the first quality data and the second quality data are within the limits of the data record, identify the second insurance incentive, different from the first insurance incentive, provide. to the first user and sending the second insurance incentive to the first user’s computer device.

“9. The system of claim 8, wherein the first detection device is integrated into the first home device.

“10. The system of claim 8, wherein the first parameter is energy consumption and the second parameter is water level.

“11. The system of claim 8, further comprising a second home device having a third sensor configured to sense a third aspect, the second home device being a backup of the first home device and one communication device with the second home device.

“12. The system of claim 11, wherein the third feature is power consumption and wherein the third information is received from the third sensor and the second insurance incentive is to reduce cost, and the replacement is to replace the original home appliance.

“13. The system of claim 8, in which the first home device is connected to the first user and in which the memory unit also includes instructions, which when executed by the processing unit, causes the system to: compare the first information with the second information and data. received from the second home device of the person the second separate from the first user, the second home device is connected to the same computer device.

“14. The system of claim 13, wherein the second home device of the second user is within a predetermined distance of the primary device of the first user.

“15. The information system of 14, including instructions, that when used by the planning unit, causes the system to: determine the amount of insurance for the first user and the second user based on comparison.

“16. A method, which includes: receiving, by a computer device, through wireless communication and from a notification device in connection with a home device, the known data of the home device; comparing, with the computer device, the received information to the known data of the device located at the detection distance of the home device to verify, in real time and with a computer device, if the information is within the predetermined area; if it is confirmed that the said information is within the predetermined limits in this area, identifying the first insurance incentive provided to the user of the home connection; and if it is determined that the information is outside of the pre-planned area: identification, and the computer device to make the desired changes to the home device to reduce the risk of failure of the home device; identification of the second insurance incentive, different from the first insurance incentive to meet the demand for home appliance repair; creating a user interface including a warning with proposed changes and a secondary incentive for insurance; and sending the user interface to the user’s computing device.

“17. The method of claim 16, wherein the household device is a sump pump.

“18. The method of claim 16, further including storing the identified data for future use if it is determined that the information is within a predetermined range.

“19. The method of claim 18, in which in the future the saved operation includes comparing the known data with the known information again and, based on the comparison, providing a third incentive for the insurance to the user to change some. home device.

“20. The method of claim 16, wherein the alert further includes an identification of the home device.”

For more information on this patent, see: Krug, David J. Home device recognition. US Patent number 11379926, filed January 28, 2021and published online at July 5, 2022. Patent URL:

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