Koninklijke Philips had 45 patents in digitalization during Q4 2023. The patents filed by Koninklijke Philips NV in Q4 2023 focus on methods and systems for efficient data acquisition and processing in healthcare applications. These include configuring computing device settings to overlap biometric authentication data with digital twin data, processing patient workflows in analytics applications, utilizing trained neural networks for medical image assessment, constructing input mechanisms for medical database searches, and evaluating input data using deep learning algorithms for medical relevance. GlobalData’s report on Koninklijke Philips gives a 360-degreee view of the company including its patenting strategy. Buy the report here.

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Koninklijke Philips grant share with digitalization as a theme is 35% in Q4 2023. Grant share is based on the ratio of number of grants to total number of patents.

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Application: Method for configuring data acquisition settings of a computing device (Patent ID: US20230394124A1)

The patent filed by Koninklijke Philips NV describes a method for configuring settings of a computing device to efficiently acquire data for updating a personalized digital model (digital twin) of a subject. By aligning the input data requirements of the biometric authentication function with those of the digital twin, the method ensures that sensor data acquired during authentication can also be used to derive physiological parameter data for updating the digital twin. The method involves comparing the input data requirements of the digital model with the biometric input data requirements of different authentication protocols available on the computing device, allowing for the selection or adjustment of authentication protocols based on these requirements.

Furthermore, the patent outlines a computer-implemented method that involves obtaining input data indicative of the digital model's requirements and the available biometric authentication protocols, comparing these requirements, and configuring the authentication protocol settings accordingly. The method can involve altering scheduled or default authentication protocols, selecting from multiple available protocols, and adjusting sensing modality acquisition parameters to achieve a match between the data requirements of the authentication protocol and the digital model. The system described in the patent includes a primary processing arrangement for receiving and processing the input data, as well as a digital model section for simulating the anatomy of the patient based on the inputs received, ultimately contributing to the efficient updating of the digital twin.

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