||WO||WO/2014/059511 - COMPACT DRIVE UNIT INCLUDING JUXTAPOSED TRACKS||24.04.2014||
||PCT/CA2012/050747||MARTEL, Yvon||MARTEL, Yvon|
The drive unit includes at least one sealed housing having an elongated shape that extends along a longitudinal axis and defines an inner chamber, two juxtaposed tracks, arranged around the housing along the longitudinal axis of same, allowing the drive unit to move when the tracks are rotated about the housing, and at least one motor for driving the track. The motor is located inside the inner chamber of the housing and includes an output shaft mechanically linked to a corresponding track. The device can also include a ventilation circuit inside the inner chamber of the housing and a generator for producing electricity. The drive unit can be constructed from a single housing or from the housings of two juxtaposed and rigidly interconnected devices.
||WO||WO/2014/059509 - THUMB AND FINGER STALLS FOR USE WITH ELECTRONIC TOUCH SCREENS||24.04.2014||
||PCT/CA2012/050725||ZAMMIT, C||ZAMMIT, C|
Thumb and finger stalls for being worn while using electronic touch screen devices for preventing fingerprints and smudges from being left behind on the touch screen, comprising a single layer of thin stretch fabric material on the palm portion of the stalls to ensure tactility and dexterity for improved precision.
||WO||WO/2014/059510 - ELECTRONIC DEVICE INCLUDING TOUCH-SENSITIVE DISPLAY AND METHOD OF CONTROLLING SAME||24.04.2014||
||PCT/CA2012/050737||RESEARCH IN MOTION LIMITED||RANA, MD, Mohiuddin|
A method includes displaying a plurality of display elements on a touch-sensitive display of an electronic device; displaying a selection tool on the touch-sensitive display; in response to detecting a first gesture, selecting a first portion of the plurality of display elements, the first portion comprising at least one display element; and in response to detecting a second gesture, moving the selection tool without selecting the display elements; and in response to detecting a third gesture, selecting a second portion of the plurality of the plurality of display elements, the second portion being non-contiguous with the first portion.
||WO||WO/2014/059508 - MAGNETIC ACTIVATION CIRCUIT FOR USE WITH CLOSURE MECHANISM||24.04.2014||
||PCT/CA2012/000974||LEVESQUE, Annick||LEVESQUE, Annick|
The present document describes activation circuits, having magnets mounted on a zipper slider, a magnetic switch, to detect the magnetic field from the magnet in proximity and activate an electronic circuit, and a battery, to power the activation circuit. The present document also describes magnetic closure mechanism having the activation circuits, luggage including the closure mechanism, and a kit for installing the closure mechanism.
||WO||WO/2014/059537 - APPARATUS AND SYSTEM FOR SECURING A HOLLOW PILE IN THE GROUND||24.04.2014||
||PCT/CA2013/050758||P3 INFRASTRUCTURE CONSULTING INC.||CHIN, Michael Gregory|
There is provided an apparatus for securing a hollow pile in the ground. The pile has a wall with an inner surface. The apparatus is positionable within the pile. The apparatus includes a housing having an interior and a plurality of apertures. The apparatus includes a plurality of spaced-apart protrusions slidably extending through the apertures of the housing. The protrusions are moveable outwards from the housing for selectively deforming portions of the wall of the pile and creating anchor knobs in the pile upon pressurized hydraulic fluid being applied to the interior of the housing. The apparatus includes a plurality of support members extending outwardly from the housing. The support members are shaped to selectively abut and support the inner surface of the wall of the pile when the anchor knobs are being formed.
||WO||WO/2014/059538 - SECURITY ARRANGEMENT IN A MULTI-FUNCTION PASSENGER CARRIER||24.04.2014||
||PCT/CA2013/050760||THULE CHILD TRANSPORT SYSTEMS LTD.||FLEMING, Wesley Justin|
A multi-function passenger carrier (1) comprising a carrier frame (2) and a passenger compartment (13) within the carrier frame (2), the passenger carrier (1) comprising first and second means for attaching a first and a second accessory to the carrier frame (2). The carrier frame (2) comprises a security arrangement comprising: - a first blocking arrangement (23) for blocking attachment of the first accessory (20) to the carrier frame (2), - a second blocking arrangement (26) for blocking attachment of the second accessory (15) to the carrier frame (2), - first control means (24) for controlling activation and deactivation of the first blocking arrangement (23), - second control means (26) for controlling activation and deactivation of the second blocking arrangement (27), - a connecting member (25) connecting the first control means (24) with the second control means (26). The first and second control means (24,26) are arranged to interact through the connecting member (25) to cause the first blocking arrangement (23) to be activated when the second blocking arrangement (26) is inactivated.
||WO||WO/2014/059539 - FILTRATION SYSTEM||24.04.2014||
||PCT/CA2013/050774||OMEGA LIQUID WASTE SOLUTIONS INC.||VACHON, Tony|
The filtration system having a housing having an inlet, at least one outlet being axially spaced from the inlet and forming a helical purge path therebetween, and a filtrate outlet extending out along the axis, with a flow rate ratio being balanced by flow restriction between the filtrate outlet and the at least one purge outlet during regular operation; a filter element including a filtration membrane and a support membrane mounted concentrically around the axis, at least one of said filtration membrane and support membrane being rotatably mounted to the housing for rotation about the axis to impart a relative rotation speed between the filtration membrane and support membrane during operation; the system being operable to temporarily increase the flow rate ratio through the at least one outlet compared to said regular operation.
||WO||WO/2014/059513 - SYNTHESIS GAS SEPARATION AND REFORMING PROCESS||24.04.2014||
||PCT/CA2013/000801||ENERKEM, INC.||GLYNN JEWELL, Richard, Peter|
A method of obtaining purified hydrogen and purified carbon monoxide from crude synthesis gas. A first crude synthesis gas stream is passed through a first separation zone to separate a hydrogen stream from a stream comprising carbon monoxide and methane. The carbon monoxide and methane are subjected to thermal reforming to produce a second crude synthesis gas, which is passed through a second separation zone to separate carbon monoxide from the second crude synthesis gas stream.
||WO||WO/2014/059535 - METHOD AND COMPOSITION FOR SEQUESTRATION OF ARSENIC||24.04.2014||
||PCT/CA2013/050664||DUNDEE SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGIES INC.||LALANCETTE, Jean-Marc|
A method for sequestrating arsenic oxides, comprising forming an insoluble and stable glass incorporating a fully oxidized form of arsenic generated by oxidation of an initial lower oxide of arsenic and stabilization by calcium salt formation. The glass composition for sequestration of arsenic comprises from 50 to 75% silica; from 0.5 to 3% Al203; from 1 to 15% MnO; from 5 to 15 % CaO; from 1 to 20% As205 and from 8 to 14% Na2O, less than four percent of iron oxides, magnesium oxide and other oxides.
||WO||WO/2014/059534 - COOPERATIVE INTRUSION DETECTION ECOSYSTEM FOR IP REPUTATION-BASED SECURITY||24.04.2014||
||PCT/CA2013/050647||INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORPORATION||ASHLEY, Paul|
An intrusion detection system (IDS) is enhanced to operate in a cluster of such systems, and IDSs organized into a cluster cooperate to exchange IP reputation influencing events information between or among the cooperating systems in real-time to enhance overall system response time and to prevent otherwise hidden attacks from damaging network resources. An IDS includes an IP reputation analytics engine to analyze new and existing events, correlate information, and to raise potential alerts. The IP reputation analytics engines may implement an algorithm, such as a pattern matching algorithm, a continuous data mining algorithm, or the like, to facilitate this operation. Clustering IDS endpoints to share IP reputation influencing events, using the cluster-wide view to determine IP reputation, and feeding the cluster-wide view back to the IDS endpoints, provides for enhanced and early detection of threats that is much more reliable and scalable as compared to prior art techniques.