Craig F Battles, Age 39Seattle, WA

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Affiliate Marketing • Product Management • Scrum • Agile Project Management • E-commerce • User Experience • Agile Methodologies • Product Marketing • Start-ups • Mobile Marketing • SEM • Online Marketing

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Craig Battles

Location:
Santa Barbara, California
Industry:
Internet
Skills:
Affiliate Marketing, Product Management, Scrum, Agile Project Management, E-commerce, User Experience, Agile Methodologies, Product Marketing, Start-ups, Mobile Marketing, SEM, Online Marketing

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Methods And Systems For Monitoring Structures And Systems

US Patent:
7705725, Apr 27, 2010
Filed:
Jan 8, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/620871
Inventors:
Marc R. Matsen - Seattle WA,
Gary E. Georgeson - Federal Way WA,
Everett Westerman - Auburn WA,
Kenneth Porad - Tacoma WA,
Arun Ayyagari - Seattle WA,
Kevin Ung - Bellevue WA,
Craig Farris Battles - Seattle WA,
David Blackwell - Seattle WA,
Assignee:
The Boeing Company - Chicago IL
International Classification:
G08B 23/00
US Classification:
340529
Abstract:
Methods and systems for structural and component health monitoring are provided. A system includes a plurality of sensor systems positioned about an object to be monitored and a processing system communicatively coupled to at least one of said plurality of sensor systems wherein the processing system includes an ontology and reasoning module configured to model the object to be monitored, reason about the received sensor data associated with the object to be monitored and reason about the relationships between the received sensor data to fuse the data into contextual information for the overall object to be monitored and a contextual analyzer configured to transmit the received sensor data to said ontology and reasoning module and to store the information into a contextual information database.

Data Management For Intermittently Connected Sensors

US Patent:
8130081, Mar 6, 2012
Filed:
Feb 21, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/035110
Inventors:
Kevin Yong Ung - Bellevue WA,
Richard Neil Blair - Kent WA,
Arun Ayyagari - Seattle WA,
Craig Farris Battles - Seattle WA,
Thanh Duc Hoang - Edgewood WA,
Brian James Smith - Seattle WA,
William P. Coop - Buckley WA,
Marc Rollo Matsen - Seattle WA,
Assignee:
The Boeing Company - Chicago IL
International Classification:
H04Q 5/22
US Classification:
340 1041, 340 104, 340 101, 340 105, 340 1051
Abstract:
A computer implemented method, apparatus, and computer usable program code for managing data on an intermittently connected sensor. A data management system manages the data on radio frequency identification tags. The data management system comprises a radio frequency identification tag capable of storing the data, program code stored on the radio frequency identification tag, and a reader data processing system. The reader data processing system is capable of receiving the data and the program code from the radio frequency identification tag in a radio frequency signal and capable of executing the program code to read the data.

Systems, Methods, And Apparatus For Rfid Tag Detection

US Patent:
8384521, Feb 26, 2013
Filed:
Aug 28, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/200673
Inventors:
Marc Rollo Matsen - Seattle WA,
Donald Dabelstein - Renton WA,
David B. Blackwell - Seattle WA,
William Preston Geren - Shoreline WA,
Arun Ayyagari - Seattle WA,
Kevin Yong Ung - Bellevue WA,
Craig F. Battles - Seattle WA,
Jason Bommer - Tacoma WA,
Assignee:
The Boeing Company - Chicago IL
International Classification:
H04Q 5/22
G08B 13/14
US Classification:
340 101, 3405721, 3405727
Abstract:
A system for tracking objects that include radio frequency identification (RFID) tags associated therewith. The system including a structure substantially defining an enclosure, a reflective interior of the enclosure configured for the reflection of radio signals, at least one conveyor belt that transports the objects through the structure, at least one RFID reader panel inside the structure, wherein the at least one RFID reader panel transmits a radio signal into the interior of the structure such that the radio signal will reflect off of the interior of the structure to increase a probability that the RFID tags associated with the objects that enter the structure are read, and an operator terminal that receives and stores information regarding read RFID tags from the at least one reader panel.

Structural Analysis Using Measurement Of Fastener Parameters

US Patent:
8521448, Aug 27, 2013
Filed:
Oct 21, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/582885
Inventors:
Kevin Y. Ung - Bellevue WA,
Arun Ayyagari - Seattle WA,
Craig F. Battles - Seattle WA,
James T. Farricker - North Bend WA,
Brian Tillotson - Kent WA,
Assignee:
The Boeing Company - Chicago IL
International Classification:
G06F 19/00
US Classification:
702 42
Abstract:
A computer implemented method is provided for analyzing the health of a structure by measuring the value of preload on each of a plurality of fasteners installed on the structure and correlating the measured values of preload with a set of specifications. A report is generated for each of the fasteners representing the results of the correlations. Groups of the fastener reports are used to infer the health of the structure.

Methods And Systems For Automated Safety Device Inspection Using Radio Frequency Identification

US Patent:
2008010, May 1, 2008
Filed:
Oct 27, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/553575
Inventors:
Arun Ayyagari - Seattle WA,
Craig Battles - Seattle WA,
William Phillip Coop - Buckley WA,
Kevin Y. Ung - Bellevue WA,
Brian J. Smith - Seattle WA,
International Classification:
G08B 13/14
US Classification:
3405727
Abstract:
Methods and systems for an automated safety device inspection system for a vehicle are provided. The system includes an RFID reader including a transmit portion and a receive portion wherein the reader is physically translatable along a predetermined path, a directional antenna communicatively coupled to the reader wherein the antenna is configured to transmit and receive radio frequency (RF) signals in a direction substantially normal to the path, a relative position indicator configured to determine a relative position of the reader from a starting point, and a controller communicatively coupled to the reader. The controller includes a user interface, a processor communicatively coupled to the user interface, and a database communicatively coupled to the processor wherein the database includes location data of a plurality of safety devices in a plurality of different types of vehicles, the processor is configured to control the transmitted RF signals based on the location data.

Systems And Methods For Automated Anomaly Location And Classification

US Patent:
2013005, Feb 28, 2013
Filed:
Aug 23, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/215913
Inventors:
Samuel Francis Pedigo - Lake Forest Park WA,
Brice A. Johnson - Federal Way WA,
Craig Farris Battles - Seattle WA,
Donald L. Kaiser - Kent WA,
Kimberly Jyl Kaiser - Kent WA,
Richard Neil Blair - Kent WA,
James M. Cobb - Burien WA,
Matthew W. Smith - Puyallup WA,
International Classification:
G06F 19/00
US Classification:
702108
Abstract:
An anomaly detection and cataloging system is described that includes a handheld probe having a probe tip, a user interface, and a communications interface. The system further includes a system controller and a probe locating device. The probe is operable, via the user interface, for transmitting, via the communications interface, a user selected anomaly type to the system controller, the anomaly type being associated with a manufactured part or airplane on the ground (AOG). The probe locating device is operable to provide to the system controller a location associated with the probe tip, and the system is programmed to associate the user selected anomaly type with the location associated with the probe tip.

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