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1. (US20180197629) SMART TRACKING OF BABY FEEDING HABITS
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Claims

1. A computer-implemented method for monitoring baby feeding habits, comprising:
receiving a plurality of sensor data from a plurality of electronic sensors included in a monitoring device, the plurality of sensor data describing a plurality aspects of baby feeding habits monitored by the monitoring device;
generating an analysis of the plurality of sensor data;
generating a plurality of instructions on presenting the analysis on a client device different than the monitoring device; and
providing the generated analysis and the plurality of instructions to the client device for display.
2. The method of claim 1, wherein the plurality of sensor data comprises:
temperature data of a baby feeding bottle monitored by the monitoring device;
motion data describing an angle of the baby feeding bottle during a feeding operation;
color data describing color of content in the baby feeding bottle; and
proximity data describing proximity of the content in the baby feeding bottle.
3. The method of claim 2, wherein the plurality of the electronic sensors comprises:
a temperature sensor for detecting the temperature data;
a motion sensor for detecting the motion data;
a color sensor for detecting the color data; and
an electric field imaging sensor for detecting the proximity data.
4. The method of claim 1, wherein generating the analysis of the plurality of sensor data comprises:
calculating volume of content in a baby feeding bottle based on the plurality of sensor data.
5. The method of claim 4, wherein calculating the volume of content in the baby feeding bottle comprises:
detecting start of a baby feeding operation based on at least one of temperature of the baby feeding bottle, an angle of the baby feeding bottle, and proximity of the content in the baby feeding bottle;
detecting a type of food of the content in the baby feeding bottle based on color of the content; and
responsive to detecting the start of the baby feeding operation, calculating the volume of the content in the baby feeding bottle based at least in part on the type of food of the content.
6. The method of claim 1, wherein generating an analysis of the plurality of sensor data further comprises:
detecting whether there is content in a baby feeding bottle;
detecting a duration of time during which the content has been present in the baby feeding bottle and temperature of the baby feeding bottle; and
responsive to determining that the temperature is at least at a predefined temperature and that the duration of time is greater than a predefined period of time, determining that the content in the baby feeding bottle is not healthy for consumption.
7. The method of claim 1, wherein generating the analysis of the plurality of sensor data further comprises:
receiving another plurality of sensor data from a plurality of other monitoring devices, each of the plurality of other monitoring devices monitoring feeding habits of other babies;
correlating the plurality of sensor data with the other plurality of sensor data; and
generating a summary of the baby feeding habits based on the correlation.
8. A non-transitory computer readable storage medium storing executable computer program instructions for monitoring baby feeding habits, the instructions when executed by a computer processor cause the computer processor to:
receive a plurality of sensor data from a plurality of electronic sensors included in a monitoring device, the plurality of sensor data describing a plurality aspects of baby feeding habits monitored by the monitoring device;
generate an analysis of the plurality of sensor data;
generate a plurality of instructions on presenting the analysis on a client device different than the monitoring device; and
provide the generated analysis and the plurality of instructions to the client device for display.
9. The computer readable storage medium of claim 8, wherein the plurality of sensor data comprises:
temperature data of a baby feeding bottle monitored by the monitoring device;
motion data describing an angle of the baby feeding bottle during a feeding operation;
color data describing color of content in the baby feeding bottle; and
proximity data describing proximity of the content in the baby feeding bottle.
10. The computer readable storage medium of claim 9, wherein the plurality of the electronic sensors comprises:
a temperature sensor for detecting the temperature data;
a motion sensor for detecting the motion data;
a color sensor for detecting the color data; and
an electric field imaging sensor for detecting the proximity data.
11. The computer readable storage medium of claim 8, wherein generating the analysis of the plurality of sensor data comprises:
calculate volume of content in a baby feeding bottle based on the plurality of sensor data.
12. The computer readable storage medium of claim 11, wherein calculating the volume of content in the baby feeding bottle comprises:
detect start of a baby feeding operation based on at least one of temperature of the baby feeding bottle, an angle of the baby feeding bottle and proximity of the content in the baby feeding bottle;
detect a type of food of the content in the baby feeding bottle based on color of the content;
responsive to a detecting the start of the baby feeding operation, calculate the volume of the content in the baby feeding bottle based at least in part on the type of food of the content.
13. The computer readable storage medium of claim 8, wherein generating the analysis of the plurality of sensor data further comprises:
detect whether there is content in a baby feeding bottle;
detect a duration of time during which the content has been present in the baby feeding bottle and temperature of the baby feeding bottle; and
responsive to determining that the temperature is at least at a predefined temperature and that the duration of time is greater than a predefined period of time, determine that the content in the baby feeding bottle is not healthy for consumption.
14. The computer readable storage medium of claim 8, wherein generating the analysis of the plurality of sensor data further comprises:
receive another plurality of sensor data from a plurality of other monitoring devices, each of the plurality of other monitoring devices monitoring feeding habits of other babies;
correlate the plurality of sensor data with the other plurality of sensor data; and
generate a summary of the baby feeding habits based on the correlation.
15. A device for monitoring baby feeding habits, comprising:
a plurality of electronic sensors surrounding a baby feeding bottle;
a computer processor for executing computer program instructions; and
a non-transitory computer readable storage device storing computer program instructions executable to perform steps comprising:
receiving a plurality of sensor signals detected by the plurality of electronic sensors;
analyzing the plurality of sensor signals to generate a plurality of sensor data describing a plurality of aspects of the baby feeding habits; and
providing the generated plurality of sensor data to a computer server, the computer server configured to analyze the plurality of sensor data in real time and provide an analysis of the plurality of sensor data for display to a client device different than the device for monitoring baby feeding habits.
16. The device of claim 15, wherein the computer program instructions for analyzing the plurality of sensor signals are further executed by the computer processor to perform steps of:
generating temperature data of the baby feeding bottle from temperature sensor signals;
generating motion data describing an angle of the baby feeding bottle during a feeding operation from motion sensor signals;
generating color data describing color of content in the baby feeding bottle from color sensor signals; and
generating proximity data describing proximity of the content in the baby feeding bottle from electronic field imaging sensor signals.
17. The device of claim 15, wherein the computer program instructions for analyzing the plurality of sensor signals are further executed by the computer processor to perform steps of:
determining whether calculating volume of content in the baby feeding bottle requires computing power greater than a predefined threshold;
responsive to determining that calculating the volume of the content requires computing power larger greater than the predefined threshold, requesting the computer server to compute the volume of the content; and
responsive to determining that calculating the volume of the content does not require computing power greater than the predefined threshold, calculating, by the device, the volume of the content in the baby feeding bottle.
18. The device of claim 17, wherein calculating the volume of the content in the baby feeding bottle comprises:
detecting start of a baby feeding operation based on at least one of temperature of the baby feeding bottle, an angle of the baby feeding bottle, and proximity of the content in the baby feeding bottle;
detecting a type of food of the content in the baby feeding bottle based on color of the content; and
responsive to detecting the start of the baby feeding operation, calculating the volume of the content in the baby feeding bottle based at least in part on the type of food of the content.
19. The device of claim 15, wherein the computer program instructions are further executed by the computer processor to perform steps of:
receiving, from the computer server, instructions associated with the monitored baby feeding habits; and
displaying an indicia corresponding to the received instructions on a display of the client device.
20. The device of claim 19, wherein the computer program instructions are further executed by the computer processor to perform steps of:
displaying a first indicia indicating that content in the baby feeding bottle is too hot for consumption;
displaying a second indicia indicating that the content in the baby feeding bottle is no longer healthy for consumption; and
displaying an alert indicating that it is time to start a feeding operation according to a preferred feeding schedule.