||WO||WO/2014/197921 - A CONTAINER HANDLING SYSTEM AND APPARATUS||18.12.2014||
||PCT/AU2013/000632||FLINDERS PORTS PTY LIMITED||PELLIZZARI, Andrew Mark|
The present invention relates to a container handling apparatus, an apparatus for the positioning of a container (a guide apparatus) and the container handling apparatus for engagement of the container, and a system comprising the same. In use, the container handling apparatus is guided by contact with walls of the guide apparatus into a position in which it can engage with a container positioned on a base of the guide apparatus.
||WO||WO/2014/197919 - A SYSTEM AND A METHOD FOR GROWING ONE OR MORE BIOLOGICAL ORGANISMS||18.12.2014||
||PCT/AU2013/000623||NATURA OIL BIO DIESEL PTY LTD||MURPHY, Kevin|
A system (1) for growing green algae. The algae are contained in a liquid which, in this embodiment, is water. System (1) includes four successively linked alternately directed substantially parallel and coextensive open channels (3), (4), (5) and (6), for directing a first flow (8) of the liquid. Four successively linked alternately directed substantially parallel and coextensive open channels (11), (12), (13) and (14) direct a second flow (15) of the liquid. The second flow (15) is derived at least in part from the first (flow 8) and the first flow (8) is derived at least in part from the second flow (15). Three successively linked alternately directed substantially parallel and coextensive open channels (22), (23) and (24) direct a third flow (25) of the liquid. The third flow is derived from the second flow (15) and, in channel (24), at least some of the algae are removed from the liquid.
||WO||WO/2014/197920 - IMPROVED PALLETISER FOR LOADING AND PACKAGING UNSTABLE CONTAINERS||18.12.2014||
||PCT/AU2013/000628||AUTOMATION CONCEPTS & SOLUTIONS PTY LTD||TEMPANY, Gary|
A palletiser system for efficient loading and packaging of unstable containers such as plastic or glass bottles or cans, the palletiser including a first pallet station including: • a pallet housing having a floor portion to support a pallet thereon, the floor portion being movable by a first lifting means wherein in a loading condition the pallet is raised to a container receiving station • a layer pad store and a layer pad transfer assembly adjacent to the layer pad store • a passageway intermediate the pallet housing and layer pad store • a container lifting sub-assembly mounted within the passageway and a second lifting means • a pusher assembly including a pusher arm member and operable to urge a row of containers to a surface portion of the pallet wherein when a layer pad is placed over a layer of containers on the pallet, the floor portion of the pallet housing is incrementally lowered within the pallet housing to receive a second and progressive layers of containers and that it is lowered automatically.
||WO||WO/2014/197922 - CORE TRAY||18.12.2014||
||PCT/AU2013/001240||MOORE, Simon Timothy||MOORE, Simon Timothy|
A core tray (10) for carrying a plurality of core samples, the core tray comprising a plurality of hollow elongate channels (12) arranged side by side in a rectangular array (14), each channel (12) in the array being adapted to receive a core sample therein. The plurality of channels (12) are joined side by side to form a substantially rigid tray structure. The core tray (10) also comprises an upper perimeter lip (20) provided about an upper perimeter of the tray structure wherein, in use, when a second similar core tray is stacked on top of the core tray (10) a portion of a base of the second core tray rests on and is supported by the upper perimeter lip (20) of the core tray.
||WO||WO/2014/197946 - EATING UTENSIL||18.12.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/050064||B.BOX FOR KIDS DEVELOPMENTS PTY LTD||MICHAELS, Dannielle Lisa|
A food utensil comprising a handle portion and a food engagement portion, the food engagement portion comprising one or more member(s) disposed about the periphery of the food engagement portion, whereby the one or more member(s) define a food engagement region. The utensil is suitable for use by young children.
||WO||WO/2014/197930 - A TRAIN LOADING SYSTEM||18.12.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000604||TECHNOLOGICAL RESOURCES PTY. LIMITED||SHOOK, Andrew Arthur|
A train loading system for loading material onto cars of a train is disclosed. The system comprises a material bin arranged to receive material to be loaded onto the train, a closure device arranged to facilitate control by an operator of the amount of material loaded into each car from the material bin, and a car mass estimator arranged to estimate the mass of material loaded into each car. The system also comprises a display arranged to communicate to the operator the estimated mass of material loaded into each car. A corresponding method is also disclosed.
||WO||WO/2014/197929 - CALL HANDLING IN MOBILE TELEPHONES AND MOBILE TELEPHONE NETWORKS||18.12.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000603||APPY SOFTWARE PTY LTD||ROBERTSEN, Joshua|
A method of operating a mobile telephone including: indicating to a user of the mobile telephone that they have an incoming call from a calling party; allowing the user to either take the call, or to divert the call to a voicemail system; if the call is diverted to a voicemail system then allowing the user to listen to the phone call whilst the calling party is leaving a message; and allowing the user to take the phone call whilst the calling party is leaving the message.
||WO||WO/2014/197927 - A PERSONAL TRANSPORT APPARATUS||18.12.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000600||RILEY, Adam||RILEY, Adam|
A foldable skateboard includes a deck assembly comprising a pair of deck members that are hinged together. Each deck member includes a deck. Two opposed side wails and two opposed end walls depend from the deck. The deck members can be pivoted between an open condition in which the decks are genera fly aligned and a closed condition in which the decks are generally parallel to each other to define an enclosed volume. The skateboard includes a wheel assembly mounted on each deck member, so that when the deck members are in the open condition, the wheels protrude below the deck member to engage a substrate. The deck members each have a depression, cavity or hollow, which forms part of an enclosed volume, in which the protruding part of the wheels of the other deck member is received in the closed condition of the deck members.
||WO||WO/2014/197926 - A STABILIZED PLATFORM FOR A WIRELESS COMMUNICATION LINK||18.12.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000599||E M SOLUTIONS PTY LTD||NESS, John|
A terrestrial data communications wireless link includes a first link end that has a first directional antenna, a first beacon and a first redirecting assembly coupled to the first directional antenna. The wireless link also includes a second link end having a second directional antenna, a second beacon and a second redirecting assembly coupled to the second directional antenna. In use the first directional antenna and the second directional antenna are maintained in mutual alignment by the first redirecting assembly redirecting the first directional antenna in response to a signal from the second beacon and the second redirecting assembly redirecting the second directional antenna in response to a signal from the first beacon.
||WO||WO/2014/197931 - ELECTRICAL POWER CONTROL METHOD AND SYSTEM||18.12.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000605||APPLIED HYBRID ENERGY PTY LTD||ELLICE-FLINT, John Charles|
A method and system for controlling the transfer of electrical power between a first electrical network and a second electrical network is disclosed. The method comprises receiving at the second electrical network pricing information from the first electrical network, the pricing information associated with the supply of electrical power between the first electrical network and the second electrical network and modifying a demand characteristic of the second electrical network based on the pricing information.