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Patent
Network Solutions | Date: 2017-02-21

An embodiment of the invention provides a control module of an electronic device. The control module includes a processor, a first button, a second button and a status control switch. The processor is coupled to the first button, the second button and the status control switch. The processor is configured to determine whether a first trigger status of the first button and a second trigger status of the second button conform to a default rule. The processor is further configured to detect a status of the status control switch if the first trigger status of the first button and the second trigger status of the second button conform to the default rule. The processor is further configured to perform a specific operation on the electronic device in response to the detected status of the status control switch.


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Patent
Network Solutions | Date: 2015-01-30

A box used for being assembling onto a wall including a rear plate, a front plate, and a plurality of side plates is provided. The rear plate is touched and fixed onto the wall with a plate surface thereof. The rear plate has a first locking portion. Each side plate has a second locking portion extended from an edge thereof locking with the first locking portion along a first direction, such that the side plates are fixed at edges of the rear plate, wherein the first direction is an orthogonal axis of the wall. The wall presses the second locking portion to lock with the rear plate along the first direction while the rear plate touches the wall. The front plate is detachably assembled to the side plates and opposite to the rear plate, wherein the rear plate, the front plate, and the side plates form a sealed receiving space.


Patent
Network Solutions | Date: 2015-05-12

A home control gateway and a home control method are provided. The home control gateway includes a microprocessor unit, a first communication circuit, a second communication circuit, and a gateway management module. The first communication circuit is configured for connecting to a network, and connects to a cloud storage device via the network. The cloud storage device provides a storage space, and a user may use a wireless communication electronic device to transfer a file including home control instructions to the storage space. The second communication circuit is configured for connecting to a mobile phone network. The gateway management module is configured for downloading the file from the storage space, analyzing the file for obtaining the home control instructions, and changing the status of home control switches based on the home control instructions.


Patent
Network Solutions | Date: 2015-03-23

When a one or more identifiers and a plurality of data request types is received, a first data request from the one or more identifiers and from a first data request type can be generated and performed. When at least one first result from the first data request can be received, a second data request from the one or more identifiers and from a second data request type can be generated and performed at any time after receiving the one or more identifiers and the plurality of data request types, and then the at least one second result from the second data request can be retrieved either one of a before, during, and after the at least one first result from the first data request is presented. The correspondence between identifiers and request types may be one-to-one, one-to-many, many-to-one, or many-to-many relationship. A response type may employ a plurality of response methods to access multiple network resources corresponding to any generated and/or selected identifiers and/or request types.


Indication(s) of a configuration of first interference measurement resources in first subframe(s) and of a configuration of second interference measurement resources in second subframe(s) are received at a first BS and from a second BS using an interface between the first and second BSs. The first BS transmits zero or low power REs that coincide with the REs belonging to the first interference measurement resources in the first subframe(s). The first BS transmits full power REs that coincide with the REs belonging to the second interference measurement resources in the second subframe(s). The first interference measurement resources in the first subframe(s) are to be used by a UE (e.g., attached to the second base station) to measure interference for zero or low power REs and the second interference measurement resources in the second subframe(s) are to be used by the UE to measure interference for full power REs.


Patent
Network Solutions | Date: 2015-04-23

An electric rolling door including a rail, a rolling door coupled to the rail, a control module connected to the rolling door to drive the rolling door moved along the rail, a rotating member, a sensing module, and a weighting member is provided. The rotating member is pivoted along an axis next to the rail, wherein the axis is parallel to an extending direction of the rail. The sensing module electrically connected to the control module is disposed on the axis and senses a motion of the rotating member. The weighting member freely pivoted to a bottom of the rolling door has a weighting portion and a pressing portion extending between the rail and the rotating member. A first torque generated by the weighting portion relative to the rolling door is greater than and opposite to a second torque generated by the pressing portion relative to the rolling door.


Grant
Agency: GTR | Branch: Innovate UK | Program: | Phase: Smart - Proof of Concept | Award Amount: 69.47K | Year: 2016

The Overture Testbed project aims to clearly demonstrate both the problems and potential solutions involved in delivering high performance, web/network based services over current infrastructure. Ongoing studies have demonstrated problems with modern network infrastructure, globally and nationally, as demand rises. Whilst these problems have been largely masked by a continuous increase in network infrastructure capacity, the fundamental problems remain. These problems are exposed by an ever more rapid requirement for capacity/bandwidth upgrades (raising costs of delivery). The continuing demand for many types of services, in particular video and interactive services, exacerbates the need for capacity whilst adding to quality variability. At the same time, these are precisely the services that are sensitive to such variability. Interaction with content is becoming a greater part of proposed services, such as online gaming and personalised fashion retailing. Applications that aim to do this need to be tested in a realistic network environment to assess their ability to function in target networks, both nationally and globally. The number of personal network-connected devices (smartphones, tablets, etc.) is growing, as is consumer engagement with them. In order to continue serving consumers well, and to open up new ways of interacting with them, the need for better testing in real-world scenarios is becoming more pressing. The Overture Testbed aims to create a platform and/or service through which testing can be conducted reliably and repeatably by both large and small enterprises. The testbed will be a developer-controlled, end-to-end delivery environment which emulates web services and networks over diverse and realistic loading conditions. This will facilitate the construction of apps and services that deliver more consistent higher quality experiences, to end users. The testbed will therefore enable better user experiences and improved commercial viability.


Grant
Agency: National Science Foundation | Branch: | Program: SBIR | Phase: Phase I | Award Amount: 225.00K | Year: 2016

This SBIR Phase I project will develop a cloud-based E-Learning platform providing hands-on labs and personalized learning support for science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education. Hands-on labs have become an indispensable part of curriculum components for STEM education. There is a high demand for students to practice real-world problems through hands-on labs; moreover, hands-on labs should provide adaptive and personalized learning capability for students to adjust their learning paths and contents to achieve desired study outcomes more effectively. However, the main issues of providing hands-on labs are in two-fold: (1) high lab management overhead for instructors; and (2) lack of user-behavior learning models that can be used for personalized learning in an experimental setup. In this SBIR Phase I project, we will develop a platform providing a cloud-based virtual laboratory solution that minimizes the lab management overhead, and tracks users' hands-on learning behavior to provide personalized learning support in order to improve students' learning outcomes. The presented solution will have great impacts for a broader population from K-12 to higher education. The novelty of the proposed research lies in the technology innovations by conducting research in the following areas: (1) a Software Defined Networking (SDN)-based approach to support Private Network and Network Security as a Service (PNaaS and NSaaS) model for cloud resource provisioning in a highly dynamic virtualized learning environment; (2) a pure web-based service model to guide students' lab experiments based on cybersecurity knowledge bases and concept maps; (3) learning behavior tracking and modeling to collect and represent students' diverse learning activities for cybersecurity learning based on ICAP (Interactive, Constructive, Active and Passive) features which describe student?s cognitive engagement to discern different levels of engagement as overt behaviors; and (4) build-in self-assessment services to measure users' learning outcomes. The research goal of this SBIR I project will address the challenges on how to create a scalable E-Learning environment to provide resources (computing, storage, networking, education contents, and personalized learning guidance) to a large number of learners and educators who have different system resources and learning setup requirements.


Grant
Agency: NSF | Branch: Standard Grant | Program: | Phase: SMALL BUSINESS PHASE I | Award Amount: 225.00K | Year: 2016

This SBIR Phase I project will develop a cloud-based E-Learning platform providing hands-on labs and personalized learning support for science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education. Hands-on labs have become an indispensable part of curriculum components for STEM education. There is a high demand for students to practice real-world problems through hands-on labs; moreover, hands-on labs should provide adaptive and personalized learning capability for students to adjust their learning paths and contents to achieve desired study outcomes more effectively. However, the main issues of providing hands-on labs are in two-fold: (1) high lab management overhead for instructors; and (2) lack of user-behavior learning models that can be used for personalized learning in an experimental setup. In this SBIR Phase I project, we will develop a platform providing a cloud-based virtual laboratory solution that minimizes the lab management overhead, and tracks users hands-on learning behavior to provide personalized learning support in order to improve students learning outcomes. The presented solution will have great impacts for a broader population from K-12 to higher education.

The novelty of the proposed research lies in the technology innovations by conducting research in the following areas: (1) a Software Defined Networking (SDN)-based approach to support Private Network and Network Security as a Service (PNaaS and NSaaS) model for cloud resource provisioning in a highly dynamic virtualized learning environment; (2) a pure web-based service model to guide students lab experiments based on cybersecurity knowledge bases and concept maps; (3) learning behavior tracking and modeling to collect and represent students diverse learning activities for cybersecurity learning based on ICAP (Interactive, Constructive, Active and Passive) features which describe student?s cognitive engagement to discern different levels of engagement as overt behaviors; and (4) build-in self-assessment services to measure users learning outcomes. The research goal of this SBIR I project will address the challenges on how to create a scalable E-Learning environment to provide resources (computing, storage, networking, education contents, and personalized learning guidance) to a large number of learners and educators who have different system resources and learning setup requirements.


Grant
Agency: GTR | Branch: Innovate UK | Program: | Phase: Feasibility Study | Award Amount: 49.35K | Year: 2016

With society’s increasing dependence on ICT, the need for means to predict and assure the performance of critical infrastructure grows. Today, the performance of large-scale CPS and System of Systems is often an unplanned emergent property that can vary substantially during operational lifetime. Although this hazard is sometimes validated as part of system commissioning, it often it finds its way into deployed systems, substantially impinging on the their long term usefulness as well as increasing their total lifetime costs. There are mature mathematical techniques to capture, validate and verify the performance (and resource cost) of such systems. This feasibility study aims to investigate the technical issues of how to most effectively incorporate these techniques into the workflow of organisations so that they can extract the benefits.

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