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22. (US20120284777) METHOD FOR MANAGING DATA IN M2M SYSTEMS

Office : United States of America
Application Number: 13446648 Application Date: 13.04.2012
Publication Number: 20120284777 Publication Date: 08.11.2012
Publication Kind : A1
IPC:
G06F 21/00
G06F 15/16
G PHYSICS
06
COMPUTING; CALCULATING; COUNTING
F
ELECTRIC DIGITAL DATA PROCESSING
21
Security arrangements for protecting computers, components thereof, programs or data against unauthorised activity
G PHYSICS
06
COMPUTING; CALCULATING; COUNTING
F
ELECTRIC DIGITAL DATA PROCESSING
15
Digital computers in general; Data processing equipment in general
16
Combinations of two or more digital computers each having at least an arithmetic unit, a programme unit and a register, e.g. for a simultaneous processing of several programmes
Applicants: EUGENIO Caballero Herrero José
YAKEEN Prabdial
CARLOS Sendra José
Inventors: EUGENIO Caballero Herrero José
YAKEEN Prabdial
CARLOS Sendra José
Priority Data: ES P201230541 11.04.2012 ES
GB 1106427.6 15.04.2011 GB
Title: (EN) METHOD FOR MANAGING DATA IN M2M SYSTEMS
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(EN)

A method enabling managing sensor devices data by aggregating them in virtual entities: Connected Objects (COs). Third Parties access those exposed data if and only if the Owner of those data grants the corresponding access rights. Since communication is bidirectional, Third Parties can also be granted to manage the device set belonging to those COs for which data access was granted. The method allows managing multiple remote devices, enabling systematic naming and addressing schemes to reach those devices. Eventually, the method enables charging procedures through an Object Charging Data Function entity, which finds out the right Object to be charged for and sends the bill to both Owner and Third parties for the provided services. Charging Objects (CHOs) are those COs exposed for the specific application of charging. A hierarchy is proposed (Organisational, Fundamental, Derived and Temporary CHO) enabling inheritance rules (Reverse and Direct) for access rights and/or charging policy.