||WO||WO/2014/138771 - DISPOSABLE SELF-HEATING BABY BOTTLE FEEDER||18.09.2014||
||PCT/AU2013/000388||CROFT, David||CROFT, David|
A apparatus for heating the contents of a baby's feed bottle, using a solid state chemical heating unit. A method of heating the contents of the baby bottle without the need for applying energy from an external source. A method of packaging the container in a static compressed state through the use of a compressible spring contained within a flexible container body being prevented from expanding using a removable band.
||WO||WO/2014/138770 - JET SKI LIFT||18.09.2014||
||PCT/AU2013/000261||VANGELI 1 PTY LTD||SIOKOS, Angelo|
A jet ski lift (100) for lifting a jet ski (10) out of water. The jet ski lift (100) includes a frame (128) with angled runners (150, 152, 156, 158) that permits a platform assembly (126) to be moved diagonally while maintaining a substantially horizontal orientation.
||WO||WO/2014/138769 - METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR MASKING AN IDENTIFICATION DOCUMENT||18.09.2014||
||PCT/AU2013/000225||AMT GROUP PTY LIMITED||TAPRE, Aniket|
Computer-implemented method, software and computer system for masking a portion of an image of an identification document are disclosed. The present disclosure comprises displaying a display area (1503) on a screen (150) to display the image (1502) of the identification document; determining position and size of a mask (1501) in the display area (1503) on the screen (150), the position and size of the mask (1501) substantially corresponding to the portion of the image (1502) of the identification document to be masked; receiving the image (1502) of the identification document; displaying the mask (1501) of the size at the position and the image (1502) of the identification document in the display area (1503); and applying the mask (1501) to the image (1502) of the identification document such that the portion of the image (1502) of the identification document to be masked is substantially masked by the mask (1501).
||WO||WO/2014/138772 - A CRYSTALLINE FORM OF AN ANXIOLYTIC COMPOUND||18.09.2014||
||PCT/AU2013/000497||BIONOMICS LIMITED||FLYNN, Bernard Luke|
The present invention provides a crystalline Form B of compound 1, and pharmaceutically compositions thereof. The present invention also provides methods of treating a disease (e.g., a disease of the central nervous system) using the pharmaceutical compositions.
||WO||WO/2014/138776 - A POSITION MONITORING DEVICE||18.09.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000210||FIRE & SECURITY HARDWARE PTY LTD||AYLESBURY, Mark|
A position monitoring device including: a first module including at least one magnetic field transducers; a second module including at least one magnetic field generating device; the first and second modules are arranged to be mounted to fixed and moveable objects respectively; the device is operable in a configuration mode wherein it stores configuration data representative of the output of the at least one magnetic field transducers when the first and second modules are aligned; the device is operable in a monitoring mode wherein the output of the at least one magnetic field transducer is compared to the configuration data; if the outputs of the at least one magnetic field transducer deviates from the configuration data by more than a pre-determined amount then the device is arranged to provide an output signal that is indicative of an alarm condition.
||WO||WO/2014/138773 - SAFETY MONITOR APPLICATION||18.09.2014||
||PCT/AU2013/001450||SOUTH EAST WATER CORPORATION||FORSTER-KNIGHT, Andrew|
Embodiments relate generally to methods and systems for configuring a safety monitor application in a handheld mobile computing device comprising a movement detecting component and a wireless communications subsystem. An example method comprises: downloading the safety monitor application and storing the safety monitor application in a memory of the computing device, obtaining an activation code associated with an online configuration server, activating the safety monitor application using the activation code, retrieving configuration information from the online configuration server based on the activation code and implementing the configuration information to configure operations of the safety monitor application.
||WO||WO/2014/138775 - SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR PARTICULATE MATTER AGGLOMERATION USING CARRIER PARTICLES||18.09.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000195||PEAK 3 PTY LTD||MOUSAVIOUN, Payam|
A method of particulate matter agglomeration enables cost effective and efficient filtration of small particles. The method includes receiving a colloid including colloidal particles; introducing carrier particles into the colloid, where the carrier particles are generally larger than the colloidal particles; and applying ultrasonic energy to both the colloid and the carrier particles to cause the colloidal particles to agglomerate with the carrier particles.
||WO||WO/2014/138774 - A NOISE REDUCTION METHOD AND SYSTEM||18.09.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000178||HEAR IP PTY LTD||VAN HOESEL, Richard|
Noise reduction methods and systems for reducing unwanted sounds in signals received from an arrangement of microphones are disclosed, the method including the steps of: sensing sound sources distributed around a specified target direction by way of an arrangement of microphones to produce left and right microphone output signals; determining the magnitude or power of the left and right microphone signals; attenuating the signals based on the difference of the magnitudes or powers or values derived from the magnitudes or powers of the left and right microphone signals.
||WO||WO/2014/138815 - AIR-COOLED ELECTRIC MACHINE AND METHOD OF ASSEMBLING THE SAME||18.09.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000275||REGAL BELOIT AUSTRALIA PTY LTD||CAMILLERI, Steven Peter|
In one aspect, an electric machine is provided. The electric machine includes a housing including at least one air intake, an air outlet, and an air passage extending between the at least one air intake and the air outlet. The electric machine also includes a first heat sink positioned at least partially within the air passage, and a second heat sink positioned at least partially within the air passage downstream of the first heat sink. A cooling airflow through the at least one air intake flows through the air passage to cool the first heat sink and the second heat sink before the cooling airflow is exhausted through the air outlet.
||WO||WO/2014/138822 - WIRELESS LIGHT PAIRING, DIMMING AND CONTROL||18.09.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000283||KORTEK INDUSTRIES PTY LTD||DAVIS, Barrie|
A system (100) and method for controlling a light in a residential or commercial location through a wireless communications link with a personal controller (10). The system includes a lighting module (300) and a system administrator (200) having a wireless communications module (202) operable for wireless communication with the personal controller and with the lighting module. The wireless communications module is configured to communicate with the personal controller using a peer-to-peer communications link, and configured to communicate with the lighting module using a communications link other than peer-to-peer.