||WO||WO/2014/056065 - METHODS OF AND SYSTEMS FOR TREATING INCINERATED WASTE||17.04.2014||
||PCT/CA2012/000945||BLUE SKY MINES LTD.||WARKENTIN, Douglas Dale|
One method of treating incinerated waste comprises: size separating at least some of the incinerated waste into a first undersize fraction comprising particles smaller than the first separation size and into a first oversize fraction comprising particles larger than the first separation size; size reducing at least some of the first oversize fraction; size separating at least some of the size-reduced first oversize fraction into a second undersize fraction comprising particles smaller than the second separation size and into a second oversize fraction comprising particles larger than the second separation size; combining at least some of the first undersize fraction and at least some of the second undersize fraction into a fine fraction; and extracting metal from at least some of the fine fraction. Another method of treating incinerated waste comprises extracting metal by froth flotation from at least some of the incinerated waste. Systems are also disclosed.
||WO||WO/2014/056069 - CALIBRATED ELECTROMAGNETIC SURVEY SYSTEM||17.04.2014||
||PCT/CA2012/050721||GEOTECH AIRBORNE LIMITED||DODDS, Jack|
An airborne electromagnetic survey system that determines a calibration factor for its receiver system by combining low frequency sensitivity for its magnetic induction sensors, with measurements of high frequency response obtained using calibration loops
||WO||WO/2014/056067 - A METHOD OF ENHANCING MANAGERIAL EFFECTIVENESS AND ORGANIZATIONAL SUSTAINABILITY||17.04.2014||
||PCT/CA2012/050715||HADJIEV, Viktor||HADJIEV, Viktor|
Cognitive topology is a business methodology enhancing managerial effectiveness and organizational sustainability. It is a system of cognitive indicators, which enables an organization to form managerial goals, initiate strategic changes and optimize managerial/organizational performance. This is achieved by determining the level of compatibility between the activities going in three main managerial perspectives – human relations, work environment and managerial processes, on the one hand, and the particulars of the business situation, on the other hand. Behavioral features and characteristics are assigned a key place in creating Cognitive topology. They are the methodological nucleus, which enables the formation of managerial competencies and approaches that lead to optimal behavior and sustainable outcomes in business.
||WO||WO/2014/056068 - BASKET ASSEMBLY||17.04.2014||
||PCT/CA2012/050720||CASCADES CANADA ULC||LEFEBVRE, Luc|
There is provided a basket assembly (110) for making a basket (112), as well as a blank (148, 149) for making the basket assembly (110). A support sheet (120) is mounted along a bottom wall (122) of a container portion (113, 144) of the basket (112), either inside or outside of the container (113, 114), providing a multi-layered assembly (124). The innermost layer (132) of the support sheet (120) and the container portion (113, 114) define a cut-out portion (130) corresponding to a handle (128, 142) for the basket (112), which is nested in the innermost layer (132) of the multi-layered assembly (124). The handle portion (128) has opposing ends (134, 136) which are mounted to the container (114) and side edges (138, 140) which are separable from the innermost layer (132), allowing to lift the nested handle (142) away from the bottom (122) of the container (114) and to draw it out to provide the basket (112) with a handle (142). The gap (115) appearing in the innermost layer (132) is covered by the outer layer (156) of the multi-layered assembly (124).
||WO||WO/2014/056066 - BOOT SOLE SYSTEM AND FIN FOR SAME||17.04.2014||
||PCT/CA2012/000946||CETATEK HOLDINGS INC.||ORTWIG, Jan Peter|
In one illustrative embodiment, there is provided a boot sole system for guiding a fin, the system comprising: at least one toe sole body connectable to the fin and comprising first and second stop surfaces; a posterior sole body comprising third and fourth stop surfaces; and a transverse hinge for hingedly connecting the at least one toe sole body to the posterior sole body to permit longitudinal deflection of the at least one toe sole body relative to the posterior sole body in a first deflection direction and in a second deflection direction opposite the first deflection direction. The first, second, third, and fourth stop surfaces are positioned to restrict longitudinal deflection of the at least one toe sole body relative to the posterior sole body in the first deflection direction and in the second deflection direction. Fins are also disclosed.
||WO||WO/2014/056101 - METHOD FOR PROCESSING LOAN APPLICATIONS||17.04.2014||
||PCT/CA2013/050148||COMMUNITYLEND HOLDINGS INC.||GARRITY, Michael|
A system method for quickly and easily processing a loan application is disclosed. The original application is processed quickly using supplemental technology such as a barcode scanner, mag- stripe reader, biometric or card tap device to fill out the applicant's personal details. If the application is approved a seamless transition is made within the mobile device to collect any additional information and allow the applicant to use e-signatures and sign the document directly on the device. Any additional documents needed to disburse a loan are collected by taking a photo of the document and optionally processing it via OCR with the mobile device's camera.
||WO||WO/2014/056070 - (-)-DEPRENYL AND RELATED COMPOUNDS FOR THE TREATMENT OF ALOPECIA||17.04.2014||
||PCT/CA2013/000380||BRANDON UNIVERSITY||BERRY, Mark D.|
The present invention includes methods of preventing or minimizing cancer therapy induced alopecia (hair loss) in a subject, the method including administering to the subject an effective amount of (-)-deprenyl, a related compound, or a salt thereof. The present invention also includes methods of preventing or minimizing additional side effects of cancer therapies other than cancer therapy induced alopecia by the administration of an effective amount of (-)- deprenyl, a related compound, or a salt thereof.
||WO||WO/2014/056072 - VALVE ASSEMBLY||17.04.2014||
||PCT/CA2013/000810||LORAX SYSTEMS INC.||BISHOFF, Mark|
A valve assembly adapted to be used in an environment having an environment pressure includes a body having an end adapted to connect to a pipe having a first fluid line at a first pressure and a coaxial second fluid line at a second pressure. A primary passageway defined through the body is adapted to be connected to the first fluid line. A secondary passageway defined in the body is adapted to be connected to the second fluid line. A valve is disposed on the primary passageway. The valve is movable between a first position where the passageway is open and a second position where the passageway is closed in response to the second pressure in the secondary passageway. The first pressure in the primary passageway is greater than the second pressure in the secondary passageway, and the environment pressure is greater than the second pressure in the secondary passageway.
||WO||WO/2014/056076 - SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR POPULATING ASSETS TO A MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM||17.04.2014||
||PCT/CA2013/000851||MAINTENANCE ASSISTANT INC.||CASTEL, Marc|
An on-boarding computer system is provided that guides a mobile device user through the capture of visual information that identifies assets or physical objects using a mobile device, and optionally tagging of the visual information. This information is sent to a server computer or cloud service that includes one or more tools for mapping the information to a list of asset / physical object records. The server computer includes one or more automated utilities for performing the mapping processes. If these mapping processes do not meet an identification threshold then, a work ticket is created and assigned to one of a pool of human agents to complete the mapping processes. Related computer implemented methods are also provided.
||WO||WO/2014/056102 - DEVICE & METHOD FOR COGNITIVE RADAR INFORMATION NETWORK||17.04.2014||
||PCT/CA2013/050754||ACCIPITER RADAR TECHNOLOGIES INC.||NOHARA, Timothy, J.|
In cognitive radar information networks (CRINs) human-like cognitive abilities of attention and intelligence are built into radar systems and radar information networks (RINS) to assist operators with information overload. A CRIN comprises a plurality of radar sensing nodes monitoring an environment, a repository or memory, and a cognitive radar controller. Each radar sensing node includes a radio frequency transmitter, a transmitting antenna, and a receiver and receiving antenna. The receiver includes a digital radar processor for generating receiver information from the received echoes about the environment. The repository is configured for receiving and storing the receiver information generated by the digital radar processor. The cognitive controller is configured to automatically focus the system's attention on a region of interest within the surveillance volume in response to an attention request, by selecting the transmitter's waveform, selecting the receiver's processing mode, and controlling the transmitter's antenna. The cognitive controller learns from the environment by exploiting the repository's historical receiver information and further learns from the consequences of its past decision.