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1. WOWO/2014/168464 - SURFACE-OPTIMISATION MECHANISM16.10.2014
A01G 9/14
PCT/MA2014/000008DADOUNE, HamzaDADOUNE, Hamza
The invention relates to a device for optimising the surface of a plot of land, thus making it possible to increase production and to use a plot of land fully. The invention relates to a mechanism which enables optimal use of a surface for agricultural or other reasons, and to facilitate the task of the labourers, which allows for better yields and saves time. Said device comprises two platforms (1) and (2) pivotably linked about the shaft (12), which are raised vertically by the rod cylinder (3) secured to the shaft (12) and four wheels (5) allowing the two platforms to slide on the rails (4), thus creating an angle Φ of inclination of the platforms, as well as a corridor having a width X on both sides of the mechanism (see figure 6) in which a scaffolding system (13) is provided such as to allow labourers or machinery to pass for harvesting or tending. The device according to the invention is intended for agriculture but can also be used for other previously cited fields.

2. WOWO/2014/163473 - LIQUID FORMULATION COMPRISING TWO PHOSPHORUS-SOLUBILIZING PSEUDOMONAS FLUORESCENS LR1 FOR USE IN AGRICULTURAL FERTILIZATION09.10.2014
C05F 11/08
PCT/MA2014/000006VALORHYZEERRAKHI, Rafik
The bacteria PGPR play a very important role in the solubilization of phosphorus which is insoluble in soil. However, they are too few to compete in the rhizosphere with other bacteria present in the soil. Thus the amount of phosphorus released by these small communities is generally insufficient to increase in-situ plant growth substantially. Consequently, it is necessary to inoculate the plants with a high concentration of a target microorganism which is higher than that normally found in the soil in order to benefit from the phosphate-solubilizing property in order to increase plant yields. The invention concerns the use of a biofertilizer product based on a phosphorus-solubilizing strain, known as Pseudomonas fluorescens. The invention also concerns the formulation method which was included from the outset in the mass production of the bacterial strain. Tests have been performed both on the stability of the strain in the product and on the efficiency thereof in improving crop yields.

3. WOWO/2014/163471 - METHOD FOR THE STABLE FORMULATION OF A BIOFERTILIZER PRODUCT BASED ON AN ATMOSPHERIC NITROGEN FIXATIVE STRAIN, AZOSPIRILLUM BRASILENSE LR1109.10.2014
C05F 11/08
PCT/MA2014/000004VALORHYZEERRAKHI, Rafik
The invention concerns the use of a biofertilizer product based on an Azospirillum strain having the capacity to fix atmospheric nitrogen. This strain has been noted for its ability to stimulate the assimilation of nutritional elements and increase crop yields. The invention described in the present patent also concerns the formulation method which was included from the outset in the mass production of the bacterial strain. Tests have been performed both on the stability of the strain in the product and on the efficiency thereof in improving crop yields.

4. WOWO/2014/163470 - SYSTEM FOR CONTROLLING THE ROTATION OF AIRCRAFT WHEELS BEFORE LANDING HAVING VARIABLE GEOMETRY09.10.2014
B64C 25/20
PCT/MA2013/000028AICHA, FaridAICHA, Farid
A system for controlling the rotation of aircraft wheels before landing having variable geometry. This system consists of using the relative wind to rotate the wheels using a plurality of mobile aerodynamic fins (N°l) that can be retracted into the free space located in the hollow of the wheel rim. They make translational movements between the hollow of the rim and the outside of the wheel (figure 1), guided by a bar mechanism (N°2 and N°3).

5. WOWO/2014/163472 - BIOFERTILIZER PRODUCT BASED ON BACILLUS MEGATERIUM LR2 AND BACILLUS MUCILAGINOSUS LR5 WHICH CAN BE USED FOR AGRICULTURAL FERTILIZATION09.10.2014
C05F 11/08
PCT/MA2014/000005VALORHYZEERRAKHI, Rafik
Phosphorus (P) is one of the principal essential macronutrients for biological growth and development. It is present in soil at rates of 400 to 1200 mg/kg; however, it is not available to plants. The bacteria PGPR play a very important role in the solubilization of this mineral element. Although several phosphate-solubilizing bacteria exist which solubilize phosphates in the soil, they are too few to compete with other bacteria commonly established in the rhizosphere. Thus the amount of phosphorus released by these small communities is generally insufficient to increase in-situ plant growth substantially. Consequently, it is necessary to inoculate the plants with a high concentration of a target microorganism which is higher than that normally found in the soil in order to benefit from the phosphate-solubilizing property in order to increase plant yields. The invention concerns the use of a biofertilizer product based on two gram-positive strains having the ability to solubilize phosphate. They are known as Bacillus megaterium and Bacillus mucilaginosus. The invention described in the present patent also concerns the formulation method which was included from the outset in the mass production of the bacterial strains. Tests have been performed both on the stability of the strain in the product and on the efficiency thereof in improving crop yields.

6. WOWO/2014/163474 - LIQUID FORMULATION OF TWO AZOTOBACTER STRAINS WHICH CAN BE USE AS BIOFERTILIZER PRODUCT09.10.2014
C05F 11/08
PCT/MA2014/000007VALORHYZEERRAKHI, Rafik
The invention concerns the use of a biofertilizer product based on free bacterial strains having the ability to fix atmospheric nitrogen. These two strains belong to the Azotobacter genus. The invention also concerns the original formulation method which was included from the outset in the mass production of bacterial strains. Tests have been performed both on the stability of the strain in the product and on the efficiency thereof in improving crop yields.

7. WOWO/2014/137205 - ELECTRONIC SYSTEM FOR THE ACQUISITION, TRANSMISSION AND ANALYSIS, IN REAL TIME, OF ALL OF THE RELEVANT INFORMATION ABOUT THE PRODUCTION FLOW IN A MANUFACTURER ENVIRONMENT12.09.2014
G05B 19/418
PCT/MA2013/000013EL ABOUDI, MoaadEL ABOUDI, Moaad
In manufacturer production communities consisting either of physical people or machines, the invention is an electronic management system consisting of an set of electronic systems that allow all the relevant information about the start and the end of the execution of production tasks (10) to be acquired in real time, by means of sensors and mechanisms. Said information is collected and sent to a central system (14) by electronic systems, in the form of reports. Once the reports have arrived at the central system, they are saved in databases (15) in order to perform a set of analysis activities, in real time, on the production flow, at every work station or along all of the production chains.

8. WOWO/2014/133375 - DEVICE FOR QUICK EVAPORATION OF THE BLACK LIQUOR OF OLIVES OR OTHER SIMILAR PRODUCTS BY COMBUSTION OF THE OLIVE CAKE04.09.2014
B01D 1/00
PCT/MA2013/000016ET-THAKAFY, JaouadET-THAKAFY, Jaouad
The invention relates to a device for evaporating waste from olive oil mills, including a furnace and an evaporation tank. The non-vaporised black liquor and the olive cake are used to heat the furnace.

9. WOWO/2014/129881 - DEVICE FOR SUPPORTING PORTABLE COMPUTERS WITH A CUSHION AND A MOBILE TABLE PROVIDED WITH A ROTATION SYSTEM. "SMART ORDI BRACKET".28.08.2014
G06F 1/20
PCT/MA2013/000037UNIVERSITE MOHAMMED V SOUISSIALAOUI LALLA, Latifa
Our invention, "Smart ORDI Bracket", comes with a new layout of the support system. The computer is in contact with the base support with a stationary link, and the sliding support pivots relative to the base support in such a way as to cover the keyboard without coming into direct contact therewith, owing to rubber bearings that provide a 3 mm clearance relative to the keyboard. The cushion is filled with straw, a material that is used increasingly in construction owing to the many qualities of same. This healthy, renewable, recyclable, insulating material is environmentally friendly and economical, and complies with the high environmental quality standard.

10. WOWO/2014/129879 - RECONFIGURABLE ANTENNA FOR 3G AND 4G MOBILE COMMUNICATION NETWORKS28.08.2014
H01Q 9/40
PCT/MA2013/000010UNIVERSITE MOHAMMED V SOUISSIESSAAIDI, Mohammad
This invention concerns the field of reconfigurable antennas for third (3G) and fourth (4G) generation mobile communication networks operating in the 2.1 GHz and 2.6 GHz bands respectively. This antenna is very compact and can therefore be incorporated into portable mobile communication devices such as mobile phones, smartphones, PCs and tablets. Moreover, the production cost of this antenna is very low. In order to arrive at this result, we opted to design an antenna using the technology of micro strip antenna printed on a dielectric substrate. The radiating element of this antenna is a conductive disc having a U-shaped slot. The switching of the antenna between the frequency bands is carried out by two PIN diodes placed at the two ends of the U-shaped slot. The reconfigurable nature of this antenna lies in the fact that it can switch between two frequency bands operating at 2.1 and 2.6 GHz, which are standardised for the 3G and 4G mobile communication networks. Therefore, this single antenna can be used for both frequency bands.


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