The World's First Contextual Personal Data Platform, myPlanit™, is Granted a Patent on Its Geotemporal Web and Mobile Data System and Methodology

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​​​myPlanit, the first personal data platform that automatically interconnects and contextualizes data scattered across calendars, contacts, places, videos and photos, announced today it has received a patent for its contextual data platform. The new patent, U.S. 9,552,334 entitled “GEOTEMPORAL WEB AND MOBILE SERVICE SYSTEM AND METHODS,” outlines the process for analyzing and integrating digital data from disparate web and mobile sources across time and place. The patent details a system and method for providing a data schema for managing people’s information in the past-present-future including plans and events, places, activities, life moments and anything that exists or occurs in the earth’s time-space reality.

“I am very excited to share the news of our patent grant,” says Adrienne Meisels, CEO and Founder, myPlanit. “We’re proud to have developed a way to organize and access personal and business data, traditionally stored in many disparate applications, by interconnecting it all into a unified platform based on location and time, which is how we actually experience, understand and remember our lives. With this technology, myPlanit’s platform becomes an intelligent mesh of information, or the Internet of You, which, with user permission, will power predictive technologies that deliver highly personalized experiences and services.”  

“Privacy and security are paramount to us. We have implemented bank level security and the ability for users to control access to their data,” adds Meisels. “We want users to know that the data they create is only shared when they decide to share it.”

​myPlanit’s technology can be integrated into other services. “Our next step,” states Meisels, “is to build a software development kit (SDK) so that companies can integrate our contextualization engine into their apps and devices to provide their users with meaningful and relevant information and offers customized just for that user.”

The inventor on nine granted Location-Based Services patents, Meisels is a visionary in the digital innovation space. Prior to myPlanit, she served as VP of AOL's innovation team, creating large profit-generating digital businesses in nascent spaces.

About myPlanit (www.vimeo.com/myPlanit/demo)

myPlanit is a global personal big data company focused on helping people manage, connect and understand their own data making it more meaningful, intelligent and actionable. myPlanit’s patented, contextual data schema provides a standardized way to connect, organize and share disparate digital information. The data schema can be accessed via myPlanit’s SDK and API, which can be integrated into other apps, devices and platforms to provide companies and brands with the ability to deliver hyper-personalized and predictive services, offers and insights. myPlanit’s recently launched app for iPhone automatically tracks your activities, in context— across place and time—by seamlessly connecting data from your disparate apps (contacts, photos, calendar, places and more).  The first-of-its-kind visual search technology provides a powerful way to search information by place or time, just like your brain works, so you can easily find what you can’t remember and discover what you need to know. The myPlanit mobile app creates a unique, dynamic and multi-faceted visual of your life as you live it.

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Maggie Hatfield
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myPlanit
571-293-0334
mhatfield@myplanit.com

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