TODAY’S PATENT – PERFORMANCE MONITORING SYSTEMS AND METHODS
Systems and methods for recommending health-related actions to a user using a portable electronic device are described in this patent. The method includes receiving data related to the user’s first health-related action, storing the data in a memory, receiving an indication of the user’s engagement in a second health-related action, determining that the second action corresponds to the first based on the indication, and displaying a recommendation for the second health-related action based on the data of the first action. This invention was patented by Michael Ellis and was granted by the USPTO on July 26, 2016, with the serial number US9401098B2.
The invention pertains to modular personal network systems and methods, specifically wireless networks of individual components that can be easily added or removed to change the network’s functions. The individual components are worn, carried, or used on or about the user’s person. This invention allows for a personalized network of devices that can be tailored to the user’s specific needs and preferences. The individual components can be sensors, monitors, or other devices that gather data about the user’s environment or body, such as heart rate, blood pressure, or temperature. The system can then analyze this data to provide personalized recommendations for health-related actions to the user.