Applied Materials had three patents in internet of things during Q1 2024. The patents filed by Applied Materials Inc in Q1 2024 focus on diffuse optical tomography (DOT) technology for imaging and data collection. The DOT device includes radiation sources, detectors, and structures for emitting and detecting scattered radiation to generate data. Another patent involves a method for monitoring environmental resource usage during a fabrication process by collecting sensor data from both internal sensors within the process chamber and external sensors, and displaying the environmental resource consumption data on a graphical user interface. GlobalData’s report on Applied Materials gives a 360-degree view of the company including its patenting strategy. Buy the report here.

Applied Materials grant share with internet of things as a theme is 33% in Q1 2024. Grant share is based on the ratio of number of grants to total number of patents.

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Application: Diffuse optical imaging/tomography using meta-optics (Patent ID: US20240099617A1)

The patent filed by Applied Materials Inc. discloses a method and apparatus for diffuse optical tomography (DOT) involving a device with a substrate, radiation sources, detectors, and structures for diffraction, refraction, or filtering of radiation. The method includes emitting and scattering radiation from sources, detecting scattered radiation with detectors, and translating the detected scattered radiation into data. The device can be used for various applications, including medical imaging and quality assessment of produce.

The DOT device comprises a substrate, radiation sources, detectors, and structures for diffraction, refraction, or filtering of radiation. The device is controlled by a controller to manage radiation emission, signal reception, data processing, and image generation. The method involves emitting radiation from sources, detecting scattered radiation with detectors having diffraction structures, and translating the detected radiation into data. The device can be applied to various surfaces, including body parts for medical imaging, and produce for quality assessment, using near infrared (NIR) radiation or visible light. Additionally, the device can be used for identifying individuals, monitoring health parameters, and controlling access to devices or spaces based on the data obtained from scattered radiation.

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