This preliminary prior art search report presents the mappings of the various elements of claim 1 of U.S. Patent No. 7,822,387 (‘387 Patent), titled “Remote monitoring device and process”, from assignee Pineapple34, LLC, published on 26 October 2010.
The patent discloses a wireless communications system that includes an integrated monitoring circuit and comprises a setup circuit for configuring and enabling a monitor mode for a wireless communications transmitter, a detection routine executing on an Internet-based server for detecting sensory data signals originating from a monitored area transmitted by the wireless communications transmitter when monitor mode is enabled, a set of selectable monitor mode control options, including a user selectable threshold required for an alert to be triggered, wherein the monitor mode includes an option for controlling the detection circuit to enable the monitor mode only during a specified period of time that begins and lasts for a time duration and permitting a user to receive alerts over a low bandwidth text-based communications network, and an alert generator circuit for generating an alert when the sensory data exceeds the user selectable threshold and when the monitor mode is enabled.
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