||WO||WO/2015/011703 - METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR TOUCHLESS ACTIVATION OF A DEVICE||29.01.2015||
||PCT/IL2014/050660||POINTGRAB LTD.||EILAT, Eran|
A method and system are provided for computer vision based control of a device by obtaining an image via a camera, the camera in communication with a device; detecting in the image a user pointing at the camera; and controlling the device based on the detection of the user pointing at the camera.
||WO||WO/2015/011711 - SHORT PEPTIDES DERIVED FROM VDAC1, COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS OF USE THEREOF||29.01.2015||
||PCT/IL2014/050675||THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR BIOTECHNOLOGY IN THE NEGEV LTD.||SHOSHAN-BARMATZ, Varda|
The present invention relates to short peptides based on the amino acids sequence of the N-terminal domain of the human mitochondrial protein voltage-dependent anion channel 1 (VDAC) and to peptide conjugates further comprising a cell permeability enhancing moiety. The peptides, peptide conjugates and pharmaceutical composition comprising same are useful for treating diseases characterized by cell hyperproliferation or resistance to cell death, particularly cancer.
||WO||WO/2015/011712 - INDWELLING DEVICE||29.01.2015||
||PCT/IL2014/050676||OSTFELD, Ishay||OSTFELD, Ishay|
The present invention provides a medical device for insertion into a body, the device having at least one surface covered by and attached to at least one detachable cover and at least one surface hole, such as the cover encapsulates and seals the medical device. The cover can be detached and pulled off the device which remains in the body. The cover includes at least one sealing element for preventing ingress of fluids between the cover and at least part of the medical device. The cover and the at least one sealing element, encapsulates the medical device though it's length, overlapping at least one surface hole. The cover and the at least one sealing element are designed to isolate at least one hole from at least another holes, while enabling free passage through it, in at least partial time period in which the medical device is within the body.
||WO||WO/2015/011714 - DETERMINING RESPIRATORY GAS EXCHANGE IN A SUBJECT||29.01.2015||
||PCT/IL2014/050679||META FLOW LTD.||MOR, Michal|
The present disclosure provides examples of a method, including: providing a representative inhale-exhale cycle breathing volume over time profile; and when the subject performs at least one inhale-exhale cycle that meets a correspondence criterion related to the representative profile, using data relating to oxygen consumption or carbon dioxide production during the inhale-exhale cycle that met the correspondence criterion to determine a metabolic property in the subject.
||WO||WO/2015/011705 - LOCATION BASED MERCHANT CREDIT VOUCHER TRANSACTIONS||29.01.2015||
||PCT/IL2014/050666||ZEEK MOBILE LTD.||ZELKIND, Daniel|
There is provided a method for location based purchase of merchant credit vouchers, comprising: gathering merchant credit vouchers from sellers; mapping each respective merchant credit voucher to at least one geographical redeeming area; receiving a geographical location of a user; matching the user geographical location to a certain geographical redeeming area from the geographical redeeming areas to identify a group of merchant credit vouchers redeemable with at least one merchant located within the geographical redeeming area of the user; receiving a purchase order for purchase of at least one of the merchant credit vouchers from the group; transmitting a digital representation of the purchased merchant credit voucher to the mobile client terminal for payment by the user at the merchant; and crediting an account of the user and debiting an account of a seller of the purchased at least one merchant credit voucher after the transmission of the digital representation.
||WO||WO/2015/011708 - PARKING OCCUPANCY ESTIMATION||29.01.2015||
||PCT/IL2014/050672||ANAGOG LTD.||LEVY, Gil|
Methods, systems and computer program product for determining parking occupancy. In some embodiments, the parking occupancy is determined based on at least one distance between a parking location of a user and a destination of the user. In some embodiments, the parking occupancy is determined based on one or more parking instances in a paid parking lot and is based on the distance from the paid parking lot. In some embodiments, the parking occupancy is determined based on at least one route of a vehicle while searching for parking. In some embodiments, the parking occupancy is determined based on a parking curve. The parking occupancy can be used to compute an estimated arrival time which includes an estimated searching for parking time. The parking occupancy information can be used to rank parking areas.
||WO||WO/2015/011699 - SPIRAL SPRING CRUST STABILIZER||29.01.2015||
||PCT/IL2014/050640||MAGIC CREAMER LTD.||SCHUB, Arie|
The invention comprises a one-piece spiral spring which may be placed atop of the crust of a baked good, for example around the inner circumference of a baking pan. The device serves to hold the sides of the crust in place against the side of the pan, in the initial baking process of the baked good, making sure the crust hardens and doesn't collapse, prior to the addition of the filling.
||WO||WO/2015/011704 - INSECTICIDAL COMPOSITIONS COMPATIBLE WITH FERTILIZERS||29.01.2015||
||PCT/IL2014/050665||ADAMA MAKHTESHIM LTD.||BERKOVITCH, Michael|
The present subject matter relates to an insecticidal composition which is stable in the presence of a fertilizer.
||WO||WO/2015/011707 - DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING||29.01.2015||
||PCT/IL2014/050670||BEN ISRAEL, Michael||BEN ISRAEL, Michael|
A method of enhancing pictures recorded by a digital imaging device, including, activating the imaging device to record a burst of multiple consecutive digital pictures, recording the pictures of the burst, selecting one of the digital pictures of the burst to serve as a base picture, estimating alignment of each picture to compensate for motion relative to the base picture, enhancing the base picture by combining with details from the other recorded pictures of the burst while compensating for the motion, providing the enhanced picture as output.
||WO||WO/2015/011709 - APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR AUTOMATED HANDLING OF FEEDING FORMULA BOTTLES FOR BABIES||29.01.2015||
||PCT/IL2014/050673||NIRON, Dina||NIRON, Dina|
Apparatus and methods are disclosed for handling baby bottle and preparing formula bottle for a baby. The apparatus and method disclose automated process that washes, sterilizes and dries a baby bottle, a baby bottle nipple and cap and any other related parts and automatically feeds formula powder, from a powder container or from a powder capsule, to the bottle along with the right amount of water in a defined water temperature. The apparatus is adapted to keep a prepared formula bottle for long periods by chilling the bottle and is adapted to heat the formula bottle prior to its intended use to a defined use temperature.