|1.||WO||WO/2014/101970 - A METHOD FOR VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION AND A SYSTEM FOR VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION||03.07.2014||
|PCT/EP2012/077109||INSTYTUT BADAWCZY DROG I MOSTOW||KARKOWSKI, Michal|
A method for vehicle identification to determine at least one vehicle characteristic, comprising: obtaining an input image (301) of the vehicle from an image source (101); normalisation of the input image (301 ) of the vehicle in a normalisation unit (103, 104) to obtain a normalized image; determining the vehicle characteristic in a classification unit (111, 112) by comparing parameters of a normalised image obtained in a parametrisation unit (107, 108) with parameters of reference images obtained from a reference database (113, 114). Normalisation in the normalisation unit (103, 104) comprises the steps of: detecting a registration plate area (303) within the input image (301); processing the input image (301) basing on normalisation attributes defining at least one scaling coefficient (znorm, anorm, vnorm); choosing from the scaled image (307) a Rol area (308) of a normalised size and location dependent on the location of the registration plate area (303); and presenting data from the Rol area (308) as a normalised image (311).
|2.||WO||WO/2014/064540 - WATER TREATMENT DEVICE AND METHOD||01.05.2014||
||PCT/IB2013/003042||HOU, Hongji||HOU, Hongji|
A water treatment system, comprising a plurality of pipes, each of the plurality of pipes formed of a rare earth metal alloy and configured for water passage therethrough in a water flow direction wherein excitation of electrons in the rare earth metal alloy of at least one pipe in the plurality of pipes forms an electric field along the at least one pipe, the electric field having a direction perpendicular to the water flow direction in the at least one pipe, and a plurality of permanent magnets configured to create a magnetic field along the at least one pipe, the magnetic field having a direction perpendicular to the water flow direction of the at least one pipe, wherein the electric field and the magnetic field are configured to break at least some hydrogen bonds between water molecules of water passing through the at least one pipe.
|3.||WO||WO/2014/055072 - CREATING, REGISTERING, AND TRADING UNITS REPRESENTING INTERNET PROTOCOL NUMBERS||10.04.2014||
|PCT/US2012/058570||DECKER, Harris, Andrew||DECKER, Harris, Andrew|
The instant application describes a central registry computer system comprising a) a network interface configured for communication via a network; b) a processing unit configured to receive a plurality of transactions over the network via the interface, each transaction containing a request either (1) for registering an IP Unit representing a IP Number or (2) for transacting the IP Unit, wherein the IP Number enables relay of network packets between devices connected on an IP network; c) a storage device accessible by the processing unit; and d) executable instructions stored in the storage device for the processing unit. The instructions configure the system to: receive over the network a registration request from a first party device to register the IP Unit representing the IP Number in a central database of IP Units and register in the central database of IP Units the IP Unit against a unique central registry ID associated with the first party device.
|4.||WO||WO/2014/055036 - A SECURITY DEVICE||10.04.2014||
|PCT/SG2012/000373||RACER TECHNOLOGY PTE. LTD.||KOH, Kee Joo, Willy|
A security device for securing an item, the security device comprising a housing configured to house a circuit board comprising electronics configured to send a telecommunication signal to a receiver when the electronics is activated; a cable configured to establish a conductive path with the circuit board when the housing is closed, thereby activating the electronics; a lock assembly configured to be activated when the housing is closed; and a cover configured to close the housing, the cover having a first pin configured to engage a first end of the cable to prevent removal of a first end of the cable from the housing when housing is closed, and the cover having a second pin configured to activate the lock assembly to prevent removal of a second end of the cable from the housing when the housing is closed.
|5.||WO||WO/2014/033503 - FREE-WHEELING, FREE-STEERING, FOLDABLE MULTI-STAGE TRICYCLE WITH A SINGLE-MOTION RELEASE MECHANISM||06.03.2014||
|PCT/IB2012/054531||ENIGMA POP PRODUCTS & GIFTS LTD.||HERZEL, Gadi|
A foldable tricycle, including a front wheel assembly; a mainframe, latched to the front wheel assembly via a front mount; a pair of rear-wheel assemblies; a pair of folding ring assemblies coupling the rear-wheel assemblies to the mainframe; and a mechanism for simultaneously unlocking the pair of ring assemblies and unlatching the mainframe from the front wheel assembly so that a single pulling motion on the mechanism unlocks and unlatches the foldable tricycle from an assembled state thereof so as to be converted to a folded state thereof
|6.||WO||WO/2013/190555 - LSR ANTIBODIES, AND USES THEREOF FOR TREATMENT OF CANCER||27.12.2013||
|PCT/IL2013/050527||COMPUGEN LTD.||COJOCARU, Gady S.|
This invention relates to antibodies and antigen binding fragments and conjugates containing same, and/or alternative scaffolds, specific for LSR molecules, which are suitable drugs for immunotherapy and treatment of specific cancer.
|7.||WO||WO/2013/158141 - POLY(ACRYLATE) POLYMERS FOR IN VIVO NUCLEIC ACID DELIVERY||24.10.2013||
|PCT/US2012/051973||ARROWHEAD RESEARCH CORPORATION||WAKEFIELD, Darren, H.|
The present invention is directed membrane active poly(acrylate) polymers and compositions for targeted delivery of RNA interference (RNAi) polynucleotides cells in vivo. RNAi polynucleotides are conjugated to the poly(acrylate) polymers and the polymers are reversibly modified to enable in vivo targeted delivery. Membrane activity of the poly(acrylate) provides for movement of the RNAi polynucleotides from outside the cell to inside the cell. Reversible modification provides physiological responsiveness.
|8.||WO||WO/2013/159064 - BENZOTHIAZOL- 6 -YL ACETIC ACID DERIVATIVES AND THEIR USE FOR TREATING AN HIV INFECTION||24.10.2013||
|PCT/US2013/037483||GILEAD SCIENCES, INC.||BABAOGLU, Kerim|
Compounds disclosed herein including compounds of formula (I') and salts thereof are provided. Pharmaceutical compositions comprising compounds disclosed herein, processes for preparing compounds disclosed herein, intermediates useful for preparing compounds disclosed herein and therapeutic methods for treating an HIV infection using compounds disclosed herein are also provided.
|9.||WO||WO/2013/150363 - SELECTIVE EXTRACTION OF POTASSIUM CHLORIDE EMPLOYING TARTARIC ACID AS SAFE, BENIGN AND RECYCLABLE EXTRACTANT||10.10.2013||
|PCT/IB2013/000582||COUNCIL OF SCIENTIFIC & INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH||MAITI, Pratyush|
Although U S patent 8,182,784 teaches the recovery of potassium chloride from schoenite end liquor (SEL) using dipicrylamine as extractant, and consequently simplifies the recovery of sulphate of potash (SOP) from kainite mixed salt employing the scheme disclosed in U S patent 7,041,268, the hazards associated with this extractant have thwarted practical utilization of the invention. Many other extractants for potash recovery have been disclosed in the prior art but none has been found suitable so far for practical exploitation. It is disclosed herein that the bitartrate ion, and particularly L-bitartrate, precipitates out potassium bitartrate very efficiently from SEL with ca. 90% utilization of the extractant. In contrast, recovery of potassium bi-tartrate from sea bittern directly is relatively much lower. It is further disclosed that this precipitate can be treated with magnesium hydroxide and magnesium chloride to throw out magnesium tartrate with ca. 90% recovery while yielding a nearly saturated solution of potassium chloride which can be utilized for the reaction with schoenite to obtain SOP. It is further demonstrated that the magnesium tartrate can be treated with an appropriate amount of aqueous HCl and added into a subsequent batch of SEL to throw out potassium bitartrate once again which demonstrates the recyclability of the extractant. The overall loss of tartrate over a cycle was ca. 20% but the dissolved tartrate remaining in the K-depleted SEL and KCl solutions can be precipitated out as calcium tartrate from which tartaric acid can be recovered by known methods, curtailing thereby the loss of tartaric acid per kg of KCl to <5 g. It is also demonstrated that through a similar approach, seaweed sap containing ca. 4% KCl can be concentrated to 20-22% KCl, with excellent utilization efficiency of tartaric acid, and this solution can similarly be utilized for SOP preparation. Potassium salts bearing other anions such as sulphate, nitrate, phosphate and carbonate can also be prepared from the isolated potassium bitartrate.
|10.||WO||WO/2013/148527 - ELECTROMECHANICAL FLYWHEEL WITH EVACUATION FEATURES||03.10.2013||
|PCT/US2013/033601||ROTENERGY HOLDINGS, LTD||KALEV, Claude, Michael|
An electromechanical flywheel with an evacauation system includes; a flywheel mass inside an evacuable housing; a gas removal train external to the evacuable housing; the train including a mechanical vacuum pump and a non-mechanical gas removal device; getter material and molecular sieve material in a casing of the gas removal device; the train operable to fluidly couple the casing and the evacuable housing for lowering the pressure in the evacuable housing; a pressure sensor configured to sense the pressure in the evacuable housing; and the mechanical pump configured to operate intermittently in accordance with differences between a pressure sensed by the pressure sensor and a threshold vacuum pressure level.