||WO||WO/2014/172769 - METHOD, SERVER, AND SYSTEM FOR DIRECTING NETWORK TRAFFIC||30.10.2014||
||PCT/CA2013/000403||SELECTIVEVPN INC.||PECHERSKY, Leonid|
A name server, intermediation server, system and method for directing network traffic are provided. The name server and intermediation server each include a network interface configured to communicate with a network, a memory configured to store a profile record and a processor in communication with the memory and the network interface. The name server is for returning an assigned query result to a originating computing device when a destination identifier is associated with the profile record, wherein the name server is further configured to request the assigned query result from an intermediation server. The intermediation server is for performing a routing operation based on a request, wherein the routing operation involves anonymizing the originating computing device. The system includes an originating computing device, a destination computing device, a name server and an intermediation server all connected to a network. The method involves receiving a profile record and destination identifier, determining an association between the profile record and identifier, and returning with an assigned query result or a default query result.
||WO||WO/2014/172770 - PIPE HANDLING APPARATUS AND METHOD||30.10.2014||
||PCT/CA2013/000404||CUSTOM PIPE HANDLERS CANADA INC.||CROSSLEY, Nathan|
A pipe handling apparatus including a base frame, a lift carriage with an elongated trough, and a forward lifting mechanism for raising and lowering a forward carriage end relative to the base frame. The pipe handling apparatus may also include a rearward lifting mechanism for raising and lowering a rearward carriage end relative to the base frame. The pipe handling apparatus may also include a skate apparatus for moving a pipe joint in both directions along the elongated trough. The pipe handling apparatus may also include lifting assemblies for lifting the pipe handling apparatus relative to a bearing surface. The pipe handling apparatus may also include an extendable and retractable ramp for moving objects to and from an elevated platform positioned adjacent to the pipe handling apparatus.
||WO||WO/2014/172771 - TETHERED TRAINING HARNESS||30.10.2014||
||PCT/CA2013/050309||MATTE, Sylvain||MATTE, Sylvain|
Described herein is a training harness comprising: a harness comprising at least one anchor point connecter; and a retractable tether comprising a casing supporting and storing a rotatable spool, a handle grip connected to the casing, a tether comprising a first end coupled to the spool and a second end configured for reversible coupling to the at least one anchor point connecter, an elastic section at or proximal to the second end. The training harness may be used by children learning a sport, particularly a downhill gliding sport such as skiing or snowboarding.
||WO||WO/2014/172784 - CROSSLINKED HYALURONIC ACID COMPOSITIONS||30.10.2014||
||PCT/CA2014/000378||ALURON BIOPHARMA INC.||KHABAROV, Vladimir|
Crosslinked hyaluronic acid compositions are disclosed herein. More specifically, the hyaluronic acid is crosslinked with a biologically active compound selected from amino acids, amino esters, hydroxy acids, hydroxy esters, vitamins, stabilizers and mixtures thereof. The crosslinking is conveniently achieved by means of an extrusion process.
||WO||WO/2014/172782 - AIR-COOLED BELT SPLICER||30.10.2014||
||PCT/CA2014/000375||SHAW-ALMEX INDUSTRIES LIMITED||SHAW, Timothy Glen|
Cool-down time is menimized by the use of a cooler having integral fins of high surface area, and the use of high-efficiency fans. Heat-up time is minimized by the low mass of the cooler, and the prevention of transmission of heat to the housing.
||WO||WO/2014/172788 - FIN SUPPORT STRUCTURES FOR CHARGE AIR COOLERS||30.10.2014||
||PCT/CA2014/050370||DANA CANADA CORPORATION||KINDER, Lee M.|
A heat exchanger has a core comprising flat tubes with corrugated fins provided in spaces between tubes. An end mounting arrangement includes a mounting bracket for attachment to a housing. A fin support structure comprises a plurality of support walls and a plurality of axial walls, wherein each of the support walls is integrally joined to at least one of the axial walls, each of the support walls is in contact with the endmost corrugation of one of the fins, and each of the axial walls is in contact with one of the plate pairs. The fin support structure may have a corrugated structure, and is mounted at the end of the core at which the mounting bracket is provided, so as to support and minimize damage to the corrugated fins caused by bypass air flowing between the mounting bracket and the core.
||WO||WO/2014/172778 - COOLANT CIRCULATION PUMP HAVING THERMAL CONTROL OF SUB- CIRCUITS||30.10.2014||
||PCT/CA2014/000367||FLOWORK SYSTEMS II LLC||FULTON, John, Robert, Lewis|
The pump provides temperature-based flowrate-modulation of the main- flow of coolant through the engine and radiator, coupled with temperature-based open/close control of sub-flows of coolant through plural sub-circuits. Modulation is done by orientatable swirl- vanes. Open/close control is done by a movable sleeve rotating inside a stator-sleeve, which opens/closes apertures and windows in the sleeves.
||WO||WO/2014/172775 - METHODS AND DEVICES FOR BRAIN ACTIVITY MONITORING SUPPORTING MENTAL STATE DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING||30.10.2014||
||PCT/CA2014/000356||PERSONAL NEURO DEVICES INC.||DENISON, Steve|
With explosive penetration of portable electronic devices (PEDs) recent focus into consumer EEG devices has been to bring advantages including localized wireless interfacing, portability, and a low-cost high-performance electronics platform to host the processing algorithms to bear. However, most development continues to focus on brain-controlled video games which are nearly identical to those created for earlier, more stationary consumer EEG devices and personal EEG is treated as of a novelty or toy. According to embodiments of the invention the inventors have established new technologies and solutions that address these limitations within the prior art and provide benefits including, but not limited to, global acquisition and storage of acquired EEG data and processed EEG data, development interfaces for expansion and re-analysis of acquired EEG data, integration to other non-EEG derived user data, and long-term user wearability.
||WO||WO/2014/172777 - SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION OF INDIVIDUALS IN IMAGES||30.10.2014||
||PCT/CA2014/000366||FANS ENTERTAINMENT INC.||FREDETTE, Benoit|
There is provided a system and method for identifying in an image at least one attendee of an event occurring at a venue. Location data identifying a selected one of one or more physical spaces of the venue uniquely assigned to the at least one attendee is retrieved. An image taken during the event is received, the image capturing the at least one attendee occupying the selected physical space. A position of the selected physical space in the image is determined. Identifier data is indicated in the image at the determined position of the selected physical space, thereby generating a modified image, the identifier data uniquely identifying the at least one attendee. The modified image is then output.
||WO||WO/2014/172779 - SUNLIGHT REDIRECTOR WITH FIXED MIRROR SEGMENTS||30.10.2014||
||PCT/CA2014/000368||SUNCENTRAL INC.||WHITEHEAD, Lorne|
A sunlight redirector has a first mirror array formed of a first plurality of substantially parallel, uniformly spaced, longitudinal outward mirror segments; and a second mirror array formed of a second plurality of substantially parallel, uniformly spaced, longitudinal inward mirror segments. Each mirror segment has a normal vector. The outward mirror segments are adjustably positionable, such that their normal vectors remain parallel. The first mirror array is rotatable about a normal vector of the sunlight redirector. The inward mirror segments may remain fixed in position at all times; or they may be moved, twice per day, between first and second fixed positions.