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1. WOWO/2014/053000 - THE SOLUTION: BRUSH, CASING AND LIQUID10.04.2014
A46B 15/00
PCT/AU2012/001207ROGERS, Nathan EvanROGERS, Nathan Evan
Is a product that consist of a toothbrush, a waterproof container and anti-bacterial liquid. The product allows the toothbrush to be held in an anti-bacterial liquid when not in use to prevent the growth/cultivation of berms, bacteria and other micro-organisms. In essence it is a small container which holds the liquid, the toothbrush is specifically designed to sit head first in this container and the shape creates a seal to prevent any other objects/bacteria etc from entering the liquid. The liquid within the container covers the entire head of the brush killing a large percentage of germs and protecting it from germ cultivation. The toothbrush remains within at all time when not being used.

2. WOWO/2014/053001 - PAYMENT SYSTEM AND METHOD10.04.2014
G06Q 20/36
PCT/AU2013/000772TOUCH NETWORKS PTY LTDVAN, Jason Andrew
A payment system, including: a host server; a digital wallet for storing credit of a user; a user mobile communications device for data communication with the host server; and a point-of-sale terminal operable by a vendor. The point-of-sale terminal is configured to receive purchase data indicative of a desired purchase by the user and to transmit the purchase data to the host server, the purchase data including price data, the mobile communications device is configured to receive the purchase data from the host server or from the point-of-sale terminal and to prompt the user to input user authorization, the mobile communications device is configured to receive the user authorization and in response thereto to transmit authorization data to the host server, and the host server is configured to respond to receiving the authorization data by initiating transfer of funds according to the price data from the digital wallet to a vendor account.

3. WOWO/2014/053002 - A DEVICE AND A METHOD FOR CHARACTERISING A CHROMATIC PROPERTY OF FOODSTUFF10.04.2014
A47J 37/08
PCT/AU2013/000809ADELAIDE RESEARCH & INNOVATION PTY LTDRICHARDSON, Andrew Callum
The present disclosure provides a device for characterising a chromatic property of foodstuff. The device comprises a light source arranged to emit light having at least two wavelengths or wavelength ranges. The light source is further arranged to direct the light to a surface of at least the foodstuff. The device also comprises a detector positioned to detect at least a portion of reflected light and arranged to generate an output that is indicative of an intensity of detected reflected light. The device is arranged such that respective outputs are generated for the at least two wavelengths or wavelength ranges. A relation between the output for one of the at least two wavelengths or wavelength ranges and the output for the other or another one of the at least two wavelengths or wavelength ranges is indicative of the chromatic property of the surface of the foodstuff.

4. WOWO/2014/053009 - ENERGY ATTENUATION SYSTEM FOR A CHILD SAFETY SEAT10.04.2014
B60R 21/055
PCT/AU2013/001123INFA-SECURE PTY LTDHORSFALL, Richard
There is disclosed an energy attenuation system for a child safety seat comprising a cushion member mountable to the child safety seat, the cushion member having a rear portion and/or a pair of wing portions to define a space into which the child is to be received, wherein a surface of the rear portion and/or the wing portions of the cushion member comprises a resilient material extending over at least one air cavity formed within the cushion member, such that impact between the surface of the child's head and the resilient material causes the air cavity to be compressed to absorb energy associated with said impact.

5. WOWO/2014/053012 - CORE ORIENTATION APPARATUS10.04.2014
E21B 25/16
PCT/AU2013/001126MINNOVARE PTY LTDAYRIS, Michael Charles
Disclosed is a core sample orientation system for determining the relative orientation of a core sample with respect to its surrounding prior to removal from a bore hole. The system comprising an alignment device and a display device, the alignment device being arranged to engage with a core barrel, the alignment device comprising a protective shroud, at least one sensing means and control electronics, the sensing means comprising at least one set of mutually orthogonal gyroscopes, characterized in that the sensing means is capable of determining the relative orientation of the alignment device with respect to true north and the relative orientation of a core sample within the core barrel and the control electronics are configured to transmit relative orientation information to the display device.

6. WOWO/2014/053010 - SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR MEDICAL DEVICE IDENTIFIER10.04.2014
G06Q 50/24
PCT/AU2013/001124RESMED LIMITEDSEMEN, Timothy
A method and system assists in management of data associated with a home medical equipment (HME) device provided to a patient. An HME identifier may be received by a physician terminal or an HME provider terminal. In an example, an HME identifier may be stored, encoded, engraved or otherwise applied to a component of an HME device such as a removable storage medium (e.g., an SD card). A records management system may then be searched for a patient record associated with the HME device identifier based on retrieval of the identifier from the component. If a patient record is found, the identity of the patient may be verified. Optionally, if no such patient record is found, then a new patient record associated with the HME identifier may be created.

7. WOWO/2014/053017 - SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR USE IN MARKETING10.04.2014
G06Q 30/02
PCT/AU2013/001133ISELECT LTDWALLER, Damien Michael Trevor
A method for scheduling outbound communications to sales leads based, at least partly, on a model of customer behaviour derived from (i) customer data gathered from a plurality of customers that initiated contact with an electronic communications interface, and (ii) time data recording for each of the customers a time or time period at which the customer interacted with the electronic communications interface. The model predicts, for one or more time periods and segments of a population, a likelihood of successfully engaging with a person from the segment of the population. The scheduling includes prioritising the outbound communications to the sales leads during one or more defined time periods.

8. WOWO/2014/053028 - METHOD OF AND APPARATUS FOR DETERMINING THE CARBON CONTENT OF SOILS10.04.2014
G01N 5/04
PCT/AU2013/001151YEOMANS, Allan JamesYEOMANS, Allan James
A method of and apparatus (41) for determining the organic carbon content of soil in heated air or gas is forced through a soil sample (36) to burn off or oxidise organic carbon in the sample with the change of weight of the sample (36) indicating the carbon content in the soil sample (36) and thus the soil from which the sample (36) is taken. The apparatus (41) includes a housing (47) in which one or more soil samples (36) may be located, a heater unit (51) for heating the air or gas for passage through the soil samples (36) to burn off organic materials therein including organic carbon. The apparatus (41) also includes a weighing device (76) which enables the change of weight of the soil samples (36) to be determined whilst the samples (36) remain within the housing (47).

9. WOWO/2014/053003 - ACTUATOR WITH ELECTROMECHANICAL FRICTION CONTROL10.04.2014
H02N 2/12
PCT/AU2013/000954INTELLIMEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES PTY LTDROGERS, Geoffrey William
An actuator includes an actuator member and a drive member. The drive member is configured to selectively apply drive forces to the actuator member via a frictional coupling therebetween, and to thereby drive corresponding linear and/or rotary motion of the actuator member. One or more friction control components are configured to electromechanically and selectively control or modify the frictional coupling between the drive member and the actuator member. The actuator can be miniaturised with micrometre or millimetre scale dimensions.

10. WOWO/2014/053029 - OPENING RIGID WING10.04.2014
B63H 9/06
PCT/AU2013/001153SOLAR SAILOR PTY LTDDANE, Robert
The present invention relates broadly to a rigid wing (10) which in its preferred embodiment is a rigid wing sail fitted to a water-borne vessel. The rigid wing sail (10) comprises a pair of elongate rigid panels (12A) and (12B), and a hinge element designated generally as (14) coupled to the panels (12/B) to permit pivotal movement of the panels (12A/B) relative to one another. Each of the pair of panels such as (12A) includes an adjoining edge (16A) and an opposing lateral edge (18A). The hinge element (14) is coupled to the panels (12A/B) at the respective adjoining edges (16A/B) to form either: 1) a closed configuration of the wing (10) with lateral edges (18A/B) of respective panels (12A/B) positioned adjacent one another wherein the rigid wing sail (10) is closed; or 2) an open configuration of the wing (10) with the lateral edges (18A/B) of the respective panels (12A/B) separated from one another wherein the rigid wing sail (10) is set at a variable camber.


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