Honeywell gets patent for monitoring access to location

Honeywell gets patent for monitoring access to location

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US: The New Jersey-based Honeywell International, has been assigned a patent (9,251,633) developed by two co-inventors for "monitoring access to a location." The co-inventors are Vit Libal, of Czech Republic, and Valerie Guralnik of Minnesota. The abstract of the patent states, method embodiments include determining data associated with an access event associated with a location, determining whether the access event is an anomalous access event using the data associated with the access event and a statistical model of data associated with a number of non-anomalous access events associated with the location, and assessing, if the access event is determined to be an anomalous access event, the anomalous access event.

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