||WO||WO/2014/129944 - IMPROVED ROBOTIC WORKING TOOL||28.08.2014||
||PCT/SE2013/050153||HUSQVARNA AB||JÄGENSTEDT, Patrik|
Disclosed is a robotic work tool (100) for use with at least one guiding wire (250; 260) adapted to conduct electric current to generate a magnetic field around the guiding wire. The robotic work tool has a sensing system (510) adapted to detect a strength of the magnetic field, a steering system (540), a controller (530) configured to control the steering system in response to output from the sensing system by means of a feedback control loop (532) so as to cause movement of the robotic work tool along the guiding wire. The controller is configured to: determine a measure indicative of a distance between the robotic work tool and the guiding wire, and adjust at least one parameter of the feedback control loop in response to the determined distance measure.
||WO||WO/2014/129942 - AN AIRBAG DEVICE WITH DIRECTED INFLATION||28.08.2014||
||PCT/SE2013/050146||AUTOLIV DEVELOPMENT AB||MAZANEK, Jan|
The present invention relates to an airbag (6) arranged to be inflated by an inflating device (10) and comprising at least two airbag parts (12, 13, 14) which in turn each comprises at least one bonding (15; 16, 18; 17) and at least one airbag aperture (19; 20 23; 22). Each bonding (15; 16, 18; 17) runs towards at least one corresponding airbag aperture (19; 20 23; 22). The airbags parts (12, 13, 14) are attached to each other by means of circumferential bondings (21, 24) such that the airbags part (12, 13, 14) are in fluid connection with each other via said apertures (19; 20 23; 22). Each bonding (15; 16, 18; 17) intersects at least one circumferential bonding (21, 24) at least at one corresponding position (P1, P2, P3, P4). For each two airbag bondings (15, 16; 15, 18; 16, 17; 16, 18) comprised in different airbag parts (12, 13, 14), which airbag bondings (15, 16; 15, 18; 16, 17; 16, 18) are closer to each other than to any other airbag bonding when intersecting a circumferential bonding (21, 24), these airbag bondings (15, 16; 15, 18; 16, 17; 16, 18) are positioned a corresponding certain distance (D1, D2, D3, D4) from each other when intersecting said circumferential bonding (21, 24).
||WO||WO/2014/129946 - SMALL-CELL ANTENNA ARRANGEMENT||28.08.2014||
||PCT/SE2013/050165||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL)||TROJER, Elmar|
The present invention relates to a small-cell antenna arrangement. The antenna arrangement comprises an antenna mounting unit and an active antenna element. The antenna mounting unit is arranged with fastening means from which the active antenna element is detachable. Further, the antenna mounting unit is arranged with a signalling interface via which signals are arranged to be transferred between the active antenna element and a remotely located base station with which the antenna arrangement communicates. Moreover, the antenna mounting unit is arranged with an interface via which the active antenna element is powered.
||WO||WO/2014/129940 - FOLDABLE WHEEL CHOCK||28.08.2014||
||PCT/SE2013/000026||VOLVO TRUCK CORPORATION||ANDERSSON, Niklas|
A foldable wheel chock 1 for braking a stationary vehicle, which is constituted by an upper 2 and a lower 3 leg member, said leg members 2, 3 comprising an inner 4 and an outer 5 surface with longitudinal side edges 6 and transverse, inner and outer end edges 7', 7", said leg members 2, 3 being pivotally mounted to each other at the inner end edges 7' of the leg members 2, 3 and with the inner surfaces 4 of the leg members 2, 3 facing toward each other while a flexible receiving means 9 is fastened between the outer, transverse end edges 7" of the lower 3 and the upper leg member 2, wherein said wheel chock 1 can assume a configuration for use, in which said leg members 2, 3 are angled relative to each other with said receiving means 9 extended between the leg members 2, 3, and a transport configuration with a substantially planar shape, in which said leg members 2, 3 are disposed substantially in parallel with each other, wherein the wheel chock 1 comprises at least one attachment means 10 comprising two members, wherein a first member 11 is adapted for attaching the outer surface 5 of said lower leg member 3 to a first external surface 13, and a second member 12 is adapted for attaching the outer surface 5 of the upper leg member 2 to a second external surface 14, and wherein the first 1 1 and the second 12 attachment member constitute complementary attachment means 10.
||WO||WO/2014/129943 - A ROBOTIC WORK TOOL SYSTEM AND METHOD COMPRISING A CHARGING STATION||28.08.2014||
||PCT/SE2013/050148||HUSQVARNA AB||MARKUSSON, Olle|
A robotic work tool system (200), comprising a charging station (210), a boundary wire (250), a signal generator (240) for generating and transmitting a signal through said boundary wire (250) for demarcating a work area (205) and for generating a magnetic field (265) for guiding a robotic work tool (100) to said charging station (210), said robotic work tool (100) being configured to detect a magnetic field strength of the magnetic field (265) in the work area (205), direct itself towards an increasing magnetic field strength, determine that the robotic work tool (100) is unable to reach the charging station (210), inform the robotic work tool system (200) accordingly, whereby the robotic work tool system (200) is configured to adapt a current level of the signal generating the magnetic field (365).
||WO||WO/2014/129941 - A ROBOTIC WORK TOOL CONFIGURED FOR IMPROVED TURNING IN A SLOPE, A ROBOTIC WORK TOOL SYSTEM, AND A METHOD FOR USE IN THE ROBOT WORK TOOL.||28.08.2014||
||PCT/SE2013/050141||HUSQVARNA AB||BERGSTRÖM, Jonas|
Robotic work tool (100) configured for improved turning in a slope (S), said robotic work tool comprising a slope detector (190), at least one magnetic field sensor (170), a controller (110), and at least two driving wheels (130"), the robotic work tool (100) being configured to detect a boundary wire (250) and in response thereto determine if the robotic work tool (100) is in a slope (S), and if so, perform a turn by rotating each wheel (130") at a different speed thereby reducing a risk of the robotic work tool (100) getting stuck.
||WO||WO/2014/129947 - INITIATING NETWORK ASSISTANCE FOR INTERFERENCE CANCELLATION IN A WIRELESS NETWORK||28.08.2014||
||PCT/SE2013/050704||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL)||NAMMI, Sairamesh|
In MIMO scenarios, a mobile terminal (1400) can be exposed to signals intended for wireless terminals (640) other than the mobile terminal (1400). If the mobile terminal (1400) is capable of performing interference cancellation, then a network node (1000), such as a base station (610, 620) or RNC (630), can provide the mobile terminal (1400) with interference information so that the mobile terminal (1400) can efficiently cancel interferences due to these interfering signals. The network node (1000) may provide the mobile terminal (1400) with interference information if it determines that mobile terminal (1400) will benefit from the information. The mobile terminal (1400) may cancel the interfering signals from the received signal based on the interference information.
||WO||WO/2014/129948 - METHOD, WIRELESS DEVICE COMPUTER PROGRAM AND COMPUTER PROGRAM PRODUCT FOR USE WITH DISCONTINUOUS RECEPTION||28.08.2014||
||PCT/SE2013/051102||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL)||SANDBERG, David|
A method performed in a wireless device of a cellular network also comprising a radio base station, the wireless device being in a discontinuous reception mode comprising receiving periods and idle periods. The method comprises the steps of: determining that a control signal is expected to be received from a radio base station during a primary receiving period; when a control signal fails to be correctly received from the radio base station during the primary receiving period, adding a secondary receiving period covering a first time interval when a new control signal is expected to be received; and when a control signal is correctly received from the radio base station during the primary receiving period refraining from adding a secondary receiving period. Corresponding wireless device, wireless devices computer program and computer program products are also presented.
||WO||WO/2014/129962 - ARRANGEMENT AND METHOD FOR THREAT MANAGEMENT FOR GROUND-BASED VEHICLES||28.08.2014||
||PCT/SE2014/050218||BAE SYSTEMS HÄGGLUNDS AKTIEBOLAG||BACKSTRÖM, Ronny|
The invention relates to a method for threat handling of ground based vehicles, comprising the steps of: - continuously determining (s410) presence of threats; and - automatically determining (s420) information pertaining to threat characteristics; - based on said threat, automatically determining (s430) at least one instruction for at least one operator of said vehicle (100) for handling of said threat; and - automatically presenting (s440) said at least one instruction for said operator. The invention also relates to a computer program product comprising program code (P) for a computer (200; 210) for implementing a method according to the invention. The invention also relates to a device and a motor vehicle (100) which is equipped with the device.
||WO||WO/2014/129950 - SHELL WITH EJECTABLE SHELL BASE||28.08.2014||
||PCT/SE2014/000021||BAE Systems Bofors AB||REIJO, Vesa|
The present invention relates to a shell (1) comprising a shell casing (2), a detonator (3), a payload (4), a shell base (5) and a separation charge (6) intended for ejection of the payload (4) and the shell base (5) from the shell (1) over a target area. The invention is characterized in that the shell base (5), following separation from the shell (1), can be divided into smaller parts which are harmless for the environment.