Segmenting operational data

  • US 10,713,860 B2
  • Filed: 10/17/2017
  • Issued: 07/14/2020
  • Est. Priority Date: 03/31/2011
  • Status: Active Grant
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1. A method for segmenting operational data to determine total elapsed times for events of interest, the method comprising:

  • receiving, by one or more processors, operational data comprising vehicle telematics data and mobile device service data, (a) the vehicle telematics data (i) collected by a telematics device affixed to a vehicle and (ii) indicative of one or more vehicle dynamic associated with the vehicle during one or more time periods, and (b) the mobile device service data (i) collected by a mobile device and (ii) indicative of one or more service dynamics during the one or more time periods;

    segmenting, by the one or more processors, the operational data to identify the occurrence of a plurality of stops during the one or more time periods based at least in part on the operational data, wherein each of the plurality of stops is identified by linking a stop beginning event from the operational data with a stop ending event from the operational data;

    identifying, by the one or more processors and based at least in part on the mobile device service data, a time of a first event of interest for a particular stop of the plurality of stops, wherein the mobile device service data comprises a timestamp of when the first event of interest occurred;

    identifying, by the one or more processors and based at least in part on the vehicle telematics data, a time of a second event of interest for the particular stop of the plurality of stops, wherein the vehicle telematics data comprises a timestamp of when the second event of interest occurred;

    determining, by the one or more processors, a total time between the first event of interest in the second event of interest; and

    identifying, by the one or more processors, a total time as the time elapsed for a particular event of interest for the particular stop of the plurality of stops.

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