||WO||WO/2015/012702 - MEASUREMENT DEVICE||29.01.2015||
||PCT/NO2014/050132||IKM PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY AS||LANGSETH, Anders|
A system and a method for investigating and quantifying leakage rate of a fluid in an annulus are provided. An objective of the present invention is to provide an improved system and method for investigating and quantifying leakage rate of a fluid in an annulus. The present invention attains the above-described objective by the use of a throttle valve for setting a constant cross section opening while operating in choked flow and registering mass flow and change in pressure.
||WO||WO/2015/012701 - DEVICE FOR ATTRACTING MARINE ORGANISMS, AND ALSO A FISHING HOOK AND FISHING GEAR EQUIPPED WITH SUCH A DEVICE||29.01.2015||
||PCT/NO2014/000036||BRAGE INNOVATION AS||SAUE, Vidar|
A device (10) to attract marine organisms is described, comprising an electricity supply (14) in the form of an electronic circuit, and also sound and/or light emitting units (16,18) connected to the electronic circuit, in which the electronic circuit (14) is connected to a cathode (12) and an anode (20), which, when in contact with water or seawater (24), are arranged to generate a current and a voltage for the formation of an electric field (28) about the device (10). Also described is a fishing hook and fishing tackle fitted with such a device.
||WO||WO/2015/009162 - PROCESS AND STRUCTURE FOR REHABILITATION OF SEA FLOOR||22.01.2015||
||PCT/NO2014/050130||ECOPROS AS||SVERRESON, Trygve|
For rehabilitating sea floor around and under a potentially environmentally hazardous area such as shipwrecks including hazardous cargo or deposits of environmentally hazardous material, it may be used a layered bottom structure that may be placed on top of such polluted sea floor in lakes and oceans at and about areas, pockets or stores (1) of environmentally hazardous material(s), wherein said environmentally hazardous material(s) is in danger of leaking out to the surroundings. The layered structure comprises at least one layer of a mass on top of said area of environmentally hazardous material(s) including a viscous material (3,9) comprising sludge/earth/clay and including fine-graded particles impregnated with reactants that are able to react with the relevant environmental hazardous material(s) and bind and/or render these harmless. It is also disclosed a process for distributing such a layered structure.
||WO||WO/2015/009161 - JOYSTICK ATTACHMENT DEVICE||22.01.2015||
||PCT/NO2014/050120||NORSAP AS||BREIVIK, Trond|
A joystick attachment (1) device for the attachment of a joystick (2) at a workstation such as to or at a shipmaster's chair, the joystick attachment (1) including a mounting bracket (4) for attaching the joystick attachment (1) to the workstation and a joystick holder (26) for attaching the joystick (2) to the joystick attachment (1), and the joystick attachment (1) including a tilting means for tilting the joystick (2) relative to the mounting bracket (4), the joystick attachment (1) being provided with a lockable height-adjustment means (38) for adjusting the height of the joystick (2) relative to the mounting bracket (4).
||WO||WO/2015/009163 - APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR PROVIDING ACTIVE MOTION COMPENSATION CONTROL OF AN ARTICULATED GANGWAY||22.01.2015||
||PCT/NO2014/050131||ICD SOFTWARE AS||SALEN, Ingolf Martin|
Apparatus (100) and method for providing active motion compensation control of an articulated gangway (200) which comprises at least one fixed part fixedly mounted on a sea going vessel, a movable part being movable relative to the fixed part, and at least one actuator for moving the movable part relative to the fixed part. A first position reference device provides position and attitude information (m) of the vessel referenced to earth. A second position reference device provides position and attitude information (y) of the movable part referenced to the gangway. An actuator driver generates an actuator control output in response to a regulator signal (R). An active motion compensation controller device receives the position and attitude information m and y, an operator control input (J), and the velocity information (ẏ) of the movable part. A differential kinematic (DiffKin) device compute and outputs a current position (p) and velocity (v) of the gangway endpoint from m and y. An active motion compensation (AMC) device computes and outputs a reference position (p̅) and velocity (v̅) of the gangway endpoint from J, p and v computed by the DiffKin, An inversekinematic (Inv) device computes and outputs a position reference ( α ) and velocity reference (α̇ ) of the gangway endpoint from ̅p and v̅ computed by the AMC. A regulator (Regulator) device computes and outputs said regulating signal (R) in response to inputs of said a position reference ( α ) and velocity reference (α ̇) computed by the AMC.
||WO||WO/2015/009160 - SYSTEM AND DEVICE FOR RENDERING PARASITES HARMLESS||22.01.2015||
||PCT/NO2014/000035||MARITIME VISION BERGEN AS||SAUE, Vidar|
A device (20) to render parasites, such as salmon lice, harmless is described, comprising a body (22) arranged to be lowered down into water (16), and where the body (22) is equipped with light (24) to attract said parasites. The body (22) comprises an outer, electric current conducting surface connected to a high voltage module (30) arranged in the body (22), arranged to transmit electric pulses at a voltage that kills or weakens parasites. Also described is a system composed of several devices as described.
||WO||WO/2015/005796 - FETAL HEART RATE MONITORING ASSEMBLY||15.01.2015||
||PCT/NO2014/050115||LAERDAL GLOBAL HEALTH AS||MYKLEBUST, Helge|
A fetal heart rate measuring assembly (1) comprising an ultrasound transducer (71) adapted to perform fetal heart rate measurements when attached to the abdomen of a pregnant woman, a logic unit (31) connected to the ultrasound transducer (71), a battery (39), and a measurement presentation unit (35), wherein the entire assembly (1) is adapted to be attached to said pregnant woman. The assembly further comprises an accelerometer (73) adapted to sense movement of the pregnant woman.
||WO||WO/2015/005795 - SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR CONNECTING OR DISCONNECTING A TRAILER TO A VEHICLE||15.01.2015||
||PCT/NO2014/050105||SMART INNOVATION AS||STRAND, Dag Arild Aamodt|
System and method for connecting or disconnecting a trailer (102) to a vehicle (101) comprising a tow bar (201) mounted to the vehicle (101), a trailer hitch mounted on the trailer (102), at least one motor mounted in connection with the tow bar (201), a control of said at least one motor and is further characterized in that said tow bar (201) automatically can connect to the trailer hitch mounted on the trailer (102) when these are within a predetermined radius of one another.
||WO||WO/2015/005801 - AUTONOMOUS DEVICE FOR CLEANING A SURFACE OF A SUBMERGED STRUCTURE||15.01.2015||
||PCT/NO2014/050128||OLE MOLAUG EIENDOM AS||MOLAUG, Ole|
An autonomous device (1) for cleaning a surface of a submerged structure (220), the device (1) including a chassis (7), and at least: one brush (2, 2'), two electrically driven driving wheels (3), one electrically driven propeller (4, 4') and at least one buoyancy body (6), at least one of the at least two driving wheels (3) being attached to one side of the chassis (7) and the other of the at least two driving wheels (3) being attached to the opposite side of the chassis (7), and a portion of the periphery of the driving wheel (3) projecting beyond the lower side edge (711, 731) of the chassis (7); and the brush (2, 2') projecting beyond the lower side edge (711, 731) of the chassis (7), and at least one of the at least one buoyancy body (6) projecting from one external side of the chassis (7), and the device (1) including a rechargeable internal energy source (53'). The invention also relates to a charging station (300) for the autonomous device (1) and a method of cleaning the submerged structure (220).
||WO||WO/2015/005800 - AUTONOMOUS DRILLING||15.01.2015||
||PCT/NO2014/050127||MODI VIVENDI AS||MYHR, Gunnar|
A control system for autonomous drilling comprises an acoustic sensor (13) configured to provide acoustic data in near real time, a CPU (12) and a drilling module (3) with a steerable drilling device (9) and a drilling motor (11). The CPU (12) is configured to detect a different material (210) based on the acoustic data, and for providing the drilling device (3) with a directional vector (90) independent of a priori or predefined curvature. The CPU ( 12) may be disposed in the drilling module (3). In an alternative embodiment, the CPU (12) is located at the surface, and the autonomous drilling is performed as a mode of operation without any human intervention or steering.