It’s not disputable, since the information comes from official patent registries in the Netherlands and US. And we have all the documentation
UPDATE: Reuters took on doing damage control for this article and published a slander and smear piece on us disguised as “fact-checking”.
We fact-checked their fact-checking phrase by phrase here.
As we’ve shown in previous exposes, the whole Covidiocracy is a masquerade and a simulation long prepared by The World Bank / IMF / The Rothschilds and their lemmings, with Rockefeller partnership.
Our newest discoveries further these previous revelations.
FIRST REGISTRATION: NETHERLANDS, 2015
Info (verbatim copy):
A method is provided for acquiring and transmitting biometric data (e.g., vital signs) of a user, where the data is analyzed to determine whether the user is suffering from a viral infection, such as COVID-19. The method includes using a pulse oximeter to acquire at least pulse and blood oxygen saturation percentage, which is transmitted wirelessly to a smartphone. To ensure that the data is accurate, an accelerometer within the smartphone is used to measure movement of the smartphone and/or the user. Once accurate data is acquired, it is uploaded to the cloud (or host), where the data is used (alone or together with other vital signs) to determine whether the user is suffering from (or likely to suffer from) a viral infection, such as COVID-19. Depending on the specific requirements, the data, changes thereto, and/or the determination can be used to alert medical staff and take corresponding actions.
SECOND REGISTRATION: US, 2017
Detailed info below.
ONE KEY DETAIL STRUCK ME ON THESE REGISTRATIONS:
Both were filed and updated years ago, but they were SCHEDULED to be made public in September 2020.
This is sufficient evidence that they knew in 2015 what’s going to happen in September 2020!
THIRD REGISTRATION: US, 2017 (ACTUALIZATION FROM 2015)
Before we present the patent technical details, let’s contemplate inventor’s Facebook for a moment or two:
Patent Info (verbatim copy):
Title: System and Method for Using, Biometric, and Displaying Biometric Data United States Patent Application 20170229149 Kind Code: A1
Abstract: A method is provided for processing and displaying biometric data of a user, either alone or together (in synchronization) with other data, such as video data of the user during a time that the biometric data was acquired. The method includes storing biometric data so that it is linked to an identifier and at least one time-stamp (e.g., a start time, a sample rate, etc.), and storing video data so that it is linked to the identifier and at least one time-stamp (e.g., a start time). By storing data in this fashion, biometric data can be displayed (either in real-time or delayed) in synchronization with video data, and biometric data can be searched to identify at least one biometric event. Video corresponding to the biometric event can then be displayed, either alone or together with at least one biometric of the user during the biometric event.
Inventors: Rothschild, Richard A. (London, GB)
Macklin, Dan (Stafford, GB)
Slomkowski, Robin S. (Eugene, OR, US)
Harnischfeger, Taska (Eugene, OR, US)
Application Number: 15/495485
Publication Date: 08/10/2017
Filing Date: 04/24/2017 Export Citation: Click for automatic bibliography generation
Rothschild Richard A.
Slomkowski Robin S.
International Classes: G11B27/10; G06F19/00; G06K9/00; G11B27/031; H04N5/77
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Primary Examiner: MESA, JOSE M Attorney, Agent or Firm: Fitzsimmons IP Law (Gardena, CA, US)
Claims: What is claimed is:
1. A method for identifying video corresponding to a biometric event of a user, said video being displayed along with at least one biometric of said user during said biometric event, comprising: receiving a request to start a session; using at least one program running on a mobile device to assign a session number and a start time to said session; receiving video data from a camera, said video data including video of at least one of said user and said user’s surroundings during a period of time, said period of time starting at said start time; receiving biometric data from a sensor, said biometric data including a plurality of values on a biometric of said user during said period of time; using said at least one program to link at least said session number and said start time to said video data; using said at least one program to link at least said session number, said start time, and a sample rate to said biometric data, at least said session number being used to link said biometric data to said video data, and at least said sample rate and said start time being used to link individual ones of said plurality of values to individual times within said period of time; receiving said biometric event, said biometric event comprising one of a value and a range of said biometric; using said at least one program to identify a first one of said plurality of values corresponding to said biometric event; using said at least one program and at least said start time, said sample rate, and said period of time to identify a first time within said period of time corresponding to said first one of said plurality of values; and displaying on said mobile device at least said video data during said first time along with said first one of said plurality of values, wherein said first time is used to show said first one of said plurality of values in synchronization with a portion of said video data that shows at least one of said user and said user’s surroundings during said biometric event.
2. The method of claim 1, wherein said step of receiving biometric data from said sensor further comprises receiving heart rate data from a heart rate monitor.
3. The method of claim 1