||WO||WO/2014/184790 - TRIGGERING A SIGNALING EVENT FROM THE DATA PLANE||20.11.2014||
||PCT/IL2013/050919||VASONA NETWORKS INC.||SADEH, Oren|
Some examples of triggering a signaling event in a control plane of a mobile network from a user plane of the mobile network. After it is determined in accordance with a predefined criterion that an error indication should be sent, an error indication may be sent in the user plane, from a location external to a radio access network of the mobile network and external to a core network of the mobile network, to at least one element in the radio access network or the core network, thereby triggering a signaling event. The predefined criterion may include no accessible association between a user identifier or cell identifier and an identifier of a tunnel for tunneling user data packets between the radio access network and the core network. The lack of an accessible association may have negative implications, e.g. for traffic management. The triggered signaling event may include releasing this tunnel.
||WO||WO/2014/184791 - A ROBOTIC SUPPLY SYSTEM||20.11.2014||
||PCT/IL2014/050402||ISRAEL AEROSPACE INDUSTRIES LTD.||YAACOV, Tamir|
A robotic supply system is provided having an elongated conduit for supplying material therethrough to a remote location. The conduit includes a proximal end configured for being connected to a source of the material and a distal end for dispensing the material. The robotic supply system further includes a robotic arrangement configured for bringing at least the distal end to the remote location and so disposed relative to the conduit and coupled thereto, that the conduit surrounds at least a majority of the circumference of at least a portion of the robotic arrangement thereby providing protection thereto.
||WO||WO/2014/184796 - GUIDED ENDOTRACHEAL INTUBATION SYSTEM||20.11.2014||
||PCT/IL2014/050428||YISSUM RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT COMPANY OF THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY OF JERUSALEM LTD.||HAYUT, Itai|
A guided tracheal intubation system using an autonomous modulated light source, outputting modulated illumination at a constant level, and externally applied to the subject's larynx region. An optical imaging system receives a video stream from within the subject's throat, including modulated illumination from the subject's trachea. A display control system performs signal processing on the modulated content of the images, and outputs frames of those images in which the intensity level of illumination from the trachea can be controlled without any need to change the illumination output from the modulated light source. The light source has no connection with the rest of the system, and need contain no more than a battery, a power supply circuit and a light source. It can therefore be of low cost and can be made disposable, such as in the form of an adhesive patch applied to the subject's neck.
||WO||WO/2014/184795 - VIDEO LARYNGOSCOPE SYSTEMS||20.11.2014||
||PCT/IL2014/050426||TRUPHATEK INTERNATIONAL LTD||DAN, Gabriel|
Video laryngoscope system including a video laryngoscope having a laryngoscope handle and a laryngoscope blade. The video laryngoscope system includes an image capture module with at least two stationary imaging units spaced apart along the laryngoscope blade for providing real-time video streams of a patient's airway passage during an intubation and a controller for enabling a clinician performing the intubation to select one or more of the real- time video streams for real-time display on a display screen to assist intubation of a patient.
||WO||WO/2014/184793 - METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR USE IN INSPECTION OF SAMPLES BY DETECTION OF OPTICALLY EXCITED EMISSION FROM THE SAMPLE||20.11.2014||
||PCT/IL2014/050418||YEDA RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CO. LTD.||ELBAUM, Michael|
An optical method and system is presented for use in inspection of a sample by detecting stimulated / optically excited emission from the sample, for example by fluorescence. The optical system comprises a lens arrangement and a spatial filter. The lens arrangement defines an illumination path for directing illuminating light of a first wavelength range onto an illumination region on a sample plane and a collection path for directing reflected illuminating light of the first wavelength range and emitted light of a second wavelength range propagating from the sample plane towards a detection plane. The lens arrangement comprises a plurality of lenses configured for focusing the reflected illumination light onto a conjugate aperture plane and imaging the illumination region by the collected emitted light onto a conjugate sample plane corresponding to the detection plane, thereby spatially separating optical paths of the collected reflected illumination and emitted light portion in the vicinity of a focal location of the reflected light. The spatial filter may define a light blocking region in the collection path in the conjugate aperture plane at a focal location of the reflected illumination light, thereby substantially preventing the illuminating light from reaching the detection plane.
||WO||WO/2014/184792 - CONTROLLABLY DEGRADABLE THERMOPLASTIC POLYURETHANE AND OVERGRIPS MADE THEREFROM||20.11.2014||
||PCT/IL2014/050408||ECO SPORTS LLC.||MARCUS, David R.|
Controllably degradable overgrips are provided, as well as methods of producing controllably degradable thermoplastic polyurethane. Methods comprise pre-blending a catalyst on a matrix, dispersing a specified amount of the pre-blended catalyst throughout solid granular thermoplastic polyurethane to yield a polymer component, and determining an onset timing of hydrolytic breakdown of the polymer component by adjusting the specified amount of dispersed catalyst. The thermoplastic polyurethane may be produced by reacting low molecular weight aliphatic diol(s) with aliphatic dicarboxylic acid(s) to produce polyester, and reacting the polyester with organic di-isocyanate(s) and diol chain extender(s) using catalytic amounts of alkali or alkaline earth metal salt(s) of C10 to C45 aliphatic carboxylic acid(s). Tackifying resins may be added to adjust an adhesive profile of the overgrips.
||WO||WO/2014/184794 - COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR TREATING POST-OPERATIVE COMPLICATIONS OF CARDIOPULMONARY SURGERY||20.11.2014||
||PCT/IL2014/050421||MOR RESEARCH APPLICATIONS LTD.||ABRAHAMOV, Dan|
Disclosed herein are compositions and methods for treating damage inflicted by use of a cardio-pulmonary bypass (CPB) machine, particularly excessive bleeding and multi organ failure, by administering a pharmaceutical composition comprising alpha-1 antitrypsin (AAT).
||WO||WO/2014/181334 - AUTHENTICATION METHOD FOR CONSUMER PRODUCTS VIA SOCIAL NETWORKS||13.11.2014||
||PCT/IL2014/050412||NEO ORIGINALITY LTD.||KNAFOU, Danny|
An authentication system, comprising an active authentication label for consumer products comprising a chip embedded in a substrate that is adhesively attachable to a consumer product. When activated the label generates a normally non-visible code which is usable for authentication purposes. The system also comprises a communication device for receiving and retransmitting the generated code and a server which is in data communication with said communication device, for receiving and authenticating the generated code and for subsequently erasing label related data from a server database to prevent any malicious initiated authentication of the label.
||WO||WO/2014/181335 - END-TO-END (E2E) APPLICATION PACKET FLOW VISIBILITY||13.11.2014||
||PCT/IL2014/050413||ZISAPEL, Yehuda||ZISAPEL, Yehuda|
A method of generating an end-to-end (E2E) profile that characterizes an E2E application packet flow (E2E-APF) path between first and second applications respectively hosted on first and second communication devices and exchanging information over a plurality of communication networks, the method comprising: acquiring communication device data associated with at least one of the first and second communication devices; determining an E2E-APF path traversing the plurality of networks over which packets comprising the exchanged information propagate; acquiring quality of service (Qo S) data for at least two of the plurality of networks that the E2E-APF path traverses; and generating an E2E-APF profile, optionally comprising a Qo E, responsive to the Qo S and communication device data, and the E2E-APF path.
||WO||WO/2014/181329 - DOPED METAL OXIDE NANOPARTICLES OF AND USES THEREOF||13.11.2014||
||PCT/IL2014/050406||BAR-ILAN UNIVERSITY||GEDANKEN, Aharon|
Nanoparticle composites comprised of a metal oxide and ions of a metallic element included within a crystal lattice of said metal oxide are disclosed. Process of preparing the nanoparticle composites per se and incorporated in or on a substrate are also disclosed. Uses of the nanoparticle composites and of substrates incorporating same, particularly for reducing a formation of a load of a microorganism or of a biofilm, are also disclosed.