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Capital One Services Assigned Two Patents

Providing virtual and physical access to secure storage container

Providing virtual and physical access to secure storage container
Capital One Services, LLC, McLean, VA, has been assigned a patent (10,475,262) developed by Phillips, Jeremy, Brooklyn, NY, Volfson, Hannah, New York, NY, Liu, Zhe, McLean, VA, and Abbott, Edward, Wilmington, DE, for “
providing virtual and physical access to secure storage container.

The abstract of the patent published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office states: A device may obtain a first image depicting contents included in a secure storage container at a first point in time and first user account data associated with the secure storage container. The device may store the first image in a data structure associated with the first user account data. In addition, the device may receive data indicating that an individual associated with a second user account accessed the secure storage container, and receive a second image depicting contents included in the secure storage container at a second point in time. The second image may be stored in the data structure. The device may further receive, from a user device associated with the first user account data, a request to access the data structure, and the device may provide, to the user device, data that causes display of the second image.

The patent application was filed on October 31, 2018 (16/176,108).

Providing virtual and physical access to secure storage container
Capital One Services, LLC, McLean, VA, has been assigned a patent (10,475,261) developed by Phillips, Jeremy, Brooklyn, NY, Volfson, Hannah, New York, NY, Liu, Zhe, McLean, VA, and Abbott, Edward, Wilmington, DE, for “
providing virtual and physical access to secure storage container.

The abstract of the patent published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office states: A device may obtain a first image depicting contents included in a secure storage container at a first point in time and first user account data associated with the secure storage container. The device may store the first image in a data structure associated with the first user account data. In addition, the device may receive data indicating that an individual associated with a second user account accessed the secure storage container, and receive a second image depicting contents included in the secure storage container at a second point in time. The second image may be stored in the data structure. The device may further receive, from a user device associated with the first user account data, a request to access the data structure, and the device may provide, to the user device, data that causes display of the second image.

The patent application was filed on October 31, 2018 (16/176,085).