Gogoro has filed a patent for an energy storage device that includes a sensor, communication circuit, and processor. The device can detect abnormal events and generate historical usage data. The data can be synchronized with other energy storage devices in a local area network, allowing for better monitoring and control of the devices. The patent also includes a system for updating and synchronizing the historical usage data among the devices. GlobalData’s report on Gogoro gives a 360-degree view of the company including its patenting strategy. Buy the report here.

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Synchronizing historical usage data of energy storage devices

Source: United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Credit: Gogoro, Inc.

A recently filed patent (Publication Number: US20230185294A1) describes a system for synchronizing historical usage data of energy storage devices. The system consists of a network of energy storage devices that communicate wirelessly to form nodes within a local area network. Each energy storage device generates historical usage data to record abnormal events that occur within the device. The root node of the network controls the updating of historical usage data for all other nodes in the network based on the updates made to its own data.

The system includes multiple levels of nodes within the network. The root node is connected to at least one first level node, which in turn is connected to at least one second level node. When an abnormal event is detected by the root node, it updates its own historical usage data and transmits the updated data to the first level node. The first level node then updates its own data based on the received information and transmits it to the second level node. This process continues throughout the network, ensuring that all nodes have the most up-to-date historical usage data.

To ensure data backup, the nodes periodically transmit at least part of their historical usage data to their connected corresponding nodes. This backup process helps to prevent data loss and ensures the availability of historical usage data.

The root node is responsible for determining the maximum number of nodes that can be included in the local area network. This feature allows for scalability and flexibility in expanding the network as needed.

In addition to the system, the patent also describes an energy storage device and an electronic system that can be part of the network. The energy storage device includes a sensor to detect abnormal events, a processor to generate historical usage data, and a communication circuit to transmit the data to adjacent devices. The electronic system, which includes a load device and an energy storage device, also has similar functionalities.

Overall, this patent presents a system for synchronizing historical usage data of energy storage devices within a network. The system allows for efficient data recording, updating, and backup, ensuring the availability of accurate historical usage data for analysis and monitoring purposes.

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