Motorola Solutions had 22 patents in digitalization during Q1 2024. Motorola Solutions Inc has filed patents for a video security system with simplified cluster join, a self-registration service for potential victims in proximity to an incident, anonymizing people in images, securing databases with limited searches, and altering video streams to identify objects of interest. These patents aim to enhance security, communication, and privacy in various technological applications. GlobalData’s report on Motorola Solutions gives a 360-degree view of the company including its patenting strategy. Buy the report here.

Motorola Solutions grant share with digitalization as a theme is 45% in Q1 2024. Grant share is based on the ratio of number of grants to total number of patents.

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Application: Video security system configured for simplified cluster join and method therefor (Patent ID: US20240086169A1)

The patent filed by Motorola Solutions Inc. describes a video security system that allows for simplified cluster join. The system includes a video management server device that initially stores incomplete portions of computer readable instructions defining server components for supporting video cameras. This server device communicates with the cameras and a package sourcing entity to transmit information about the incomplete portions and receive an upgrade package tailored to complete the instructions, enabling the server device to provide operational support to the cameras. The network also involves a cluster of nodes, including various video cameras and the video management server device, which can be a Network Video Recorder (NVR) or a Digital Video Recorder (DVR). The cameras are powered by Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) connections to the server device, and the package sourcing entity can be a remote cloud server.

Additionally, the patent includes claims for the network configuration, apparatus, and method involved in implementing this video security system. The method involves adding the video management server device to the cluster, communicating with the cameras and package sourcing entity, receiving an upgrade package, and deploying it to provide operational support to the cameras. The system also includes a design requirements specification stored on a computer-readable medium, allowing for a comparison against the transmitted information to determine the contents of the upgrade package. This method can be carried out by a system connected to the network via a wide area network, which performs the comparison after receiving the transmitted information from the video management server device.

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