||WO||WO/2014/169314 - TRAY AND MODULE||23.10.2014||
||PCT/AU2013/000391||WATERMARK ASIAPACIFIC PTY LTD||ATKINSON, Alexander|
A module for carrying food items for heating in an aircraft oven, the module including a tower of stacked trays and a casing with end sections designed to open and allow delivery of the tower of trays into an oven. The invention also relates to a tray for use in the module, the tray including a platform for holding an item of food and an array of hollow posts projecting from the platform to space the platform from a platform of an adjacent stacked tray, wherein the posts are arrayed across the platform with an offset to allow the tray to be reversed and stacked in a tower.
||WO||WO/2014/169315 - ENCAPSULATION METHOD||23.10.2014||
||PCT/AU2013/000775||COMMONWEALTH SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH ORGANISATION||SANGUANSRI, Luz|
A method of preparing an encapsulated phospholipid oil-in-water emulsion comprising: preparing an oil-in-water pre-emulsion comprising a phospholipid-containing oil and mixing the oil-in-water pre-emulsion with an encapsulant material.
||WO||WO/2014/169318 - REDUCING THE DRIFT RATE OF AIRBORNE GRAVITY MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS||23.10.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000194||NRG EXPLORATION CC||WRIGHT, Roger Duplessis|
A temperature control device for use with airborne measurement in geological and geophysical surveys. The device includes a thermally insulated housing for mounting into an airborne vehicle and within which electronic survey equipment is located in use, and temperature control means for maintaining the temperature within the housing at a selected value. Preferably the housing has control apparatus mounted thereto for selecting the temperature within the housing. The temperature control means may be capable of raising and/or lowering the temperature within the housing relative to ambient temperature. Preferably the temperature within the housing is maintained at a value of between 10°C and 25°C, at the option of the operator thereof. Typically the device may house a gravity meter, for example. The invention extends to a method of obtaining geophysical data using measurement equipment housed in a temperature controlled housing.
||WO||WO/2014/169323 - DIFFRACTIVE OPTICAL ELEMENT SECURITY DEVICE FOR PROVIDING VALIDATION OF A SECURITY DOCUMENT||23.10.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000394||INNOVIA SECURITY PTY LTD||HARDWICK, Michael|
A security device for a security document is provided which comprises a substrate, the security device being provided on or within the substrate and being in the form of a diffractive optical element (DOE) for producing at least one two dimensional QR barcode when substantially collimated radiation is incident upon or transmitted through the DOE. The QR barcode may be photographed and read by a smart mobile phone or other imaging device to authenticate the security document.
||WO||WO/2014/169343 - REACTIVE HYBRID LOCATION DETERMINATION METHOD AND APPARATUS||23.10.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000446||BLUEDOT INNOVATIONS PTY LTD||ELDIC, Filip|
This invention relates to location determination technology useable by, in particular, cellular telephone devices having mobile computer capabilities and a self-contained battery supply. A method is described of using the mobile device so as to control the drain of power from the power source of the mobile device, the mobile device having at least two location determination techniques having respective power drain characteristics, the method includes selecting the location determination technique having a lower power drain characteristic the greater the determined distance of the mobile device from a predetermined location or area, and selecting the location determination technique having the greater power drain characteristic the smaller the determined distance of the mobile device from a predetermined location or area. The method thus uses the least accurate technique when furthest away and the most accurate technique when closer to a predetermined location or area.
||WO||WO/2014/169319 - A FURNACE AND A METHOD FOR PREPARING SAMPLES FOR SAMPLE ANALYSIS||23.10.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000320||IMP GROUP (PTY) LTD||HOHENSTEIN, Boyne Friederich|
The present disclosure provides a furnace for preparing samples for sample analysis. The furnace comprises a housing having an interior region. Further, the furnace comprises a carousel positioned within the interior region of the housing, the carousel having a plurality of receiving portions for receiving the samples. The furnace also comprises a heater for heating the interior region of the housing and a gas distributor for distributing a gas within the interior region of the housing. The gas distributor comprises a plurality of gas outlets and the furnace is arranged such that in use each gas outlet of the plurality of gas outlets is positioned in the proximity of a sample.
||WO||WO/2014/169354 - LANDING SYSTEM FOR AN AIRCRAFT||23.10.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/050016||BAE SYSTEMS AUSTRALIA LIMITED||WILLIAMS, Paul David|
A landing system of an aircraft, including: a site selector to select a candidate site using geographical reference point data for the site and current navigation data for the aircraft; a path generator to generate (a) a survey route within the vicinity of said candidate site using said geographical reference point data for the site, and (b) a route to said survey route and; a camera system to obtain images of the candidate site when said aircraft flys said survey route; a site detector controller to process the images to confirm the site by determining the images are of at least part of the candidate site; a tracker to track the site, once confirmed, relative to the aircraft based on the images to verify, and provide navigation data on, the candidate site; and a navigation and guidance system to land the aircraft on the site once the candidate site is verified using the navigation data.
||WO||WO/2014/169328 - INTERLOCKING AND SHOCK ATTENUATING TILING SYSTEMS||23.10.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000424||COMBITILE PTY LTD||BROWN, Graham Kevin|
An interlocking floor tile assembly is provided, ft includes a first repeating array of spaced apart first tiles interconnected by first bridge portions wherein the first tiles and the first bridge portions define first spaces therebetween. It also includes a second repeating array of spaced apart second tiles interconnected by second bridge portions wherein the second tiles and the second bridge portions define second spaces therebetween. The second tiles are received in the first spaces and the first tiles are received in the second spaces. A shock attenuating tile may be provided in conjunction with the interlocking floor tile assembly to form a ground covering that is suitable for fail risk areas such as playgrounds. The shock attenuating tile preferably includes a plate having an upper side for bearing a load and a plurality of shock absorbing modules depending from an underside of the plate. Each of the shock absorbing modules is integrally formed with the plate.
||WO||WO/2014/169329 - METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR MONITORING DYNAMIC STATUS OF A BODY||23.10.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000426||DORSAVI PTY LTD||RONCHI, Daniel, Matthew|
Apparatus is disclosed for monitoring, measuring and/or estimating dynamic status of a body part of a vertebral mammal. The apparatus includes at least one kinematics sensor for measuring and for providing data for comparison to a first frame of reference data indicative of the dynamic status of the body part. The apparatus also includes a memory device adapted for storing the sensor data and the first frame of reference data and a processor adapted for processing the sensor data to evaluate a dynamic signature associated with the body part that correlates to the first frame of reference data. A method for monitoring, measuring and/or estimating dynamic status of a body part of a vertebral mammal is also disclosed.
||WO||WO/2014/169332 - A HINGE||23.10.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000431||STUART, Michael, Christopher||STUART, Michael, Christopher|
Disclosed is a hinge including: a first hinge member including a first magnetic element; a second hinge member including a second magnetic element pivotally mounted to the first hinge member: a braking mechanism configured to hinder hinged motion of the hinge members; and a biasing mechanism to bias the first hinge member and the second hinge member toward a retained position. The first and second hinge members are substantially maintained in the retained position via magnetic force between the first and second magnetic elements. In certain embodiments, the first hinge member includes an angled overlapping portion and the second hinge member includes a dampening mechanism to slow hinged movement of the first hinge member relative to the second hinge member. The dampening mechanism is orientated substantially orthogonal to the angled overlapping portion which urges against the dampener when approaching the retained position.