WO/2016/187640 PLAYFUL URBAN SYSTEMS||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/AU2015/000307||SIMPLE COLLECTIVE PTY LTD||BAI, Linsong|
A playful urban system comprising: an interactive display surface adapted to provide real- time feedback of an action to a user; an interaction means to enable said user to interact with the system; a control unit comprising: a processor and a control input for receiving a control signal indicative of an interaction by said user with said interaction means; at least one sensor located proximal to said interaction means, said sensor adapted to detect said interaction by said user with said interaction means, wherein said at least one sensor is adapted to identify the location of where the user interacts with the system and to transmit a control signal to said control input; wherein said at least one sensor detects said user interaction with said interaction means and provides a control signal to said control input of said control unit; whereupon said processor determines a predetermined action responsive to said user interaction and updates said interactive display with said predetermined action to provide interactive feedback to said user responsive to said user interaction with said interaction means.
WO/2016/187641 PRODUCTION OF METAL-ORGANIC FRAMEWORKS||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/AU2015/000317||COMMONWEALTH SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH ORGANISATION||RUBIO MARTINEZ, Marta|
An apparatus for producing metal organic frameworks, comprising: a tubular flow reactor comprising a tubular body into which, in use, precursor compounds which form the metal organic framework are fed and flow, said tubular body including at least one annular loop.
WO/2016/187642 ELECTRICALLY DRIVEN SHELVING SYSTEM WITH A SCANNING ARRANGEMENT||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/AU2015/000318||GLIDESTORE FREETRACK PTY LTD||PARKER, Brian Maurice|
A mobile shelving system comprising a plurality of shelving bay rows including at least one driven shelving bay mounted on a track and a scanning arrangement through the use of emitter and detector blocks to detect obstructions within the system.
WO/2016/187643 COMPOSITION AND USES THEREOF||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/AU2015/000406||ARBORVITAE HEALTH AND WELLBEING PTY. LTD.||DAVIDSON, Victor Patrick|
The invention relates to compositions comprising Pinus pinaster stem bark extract, papain, and Aloe vera extract, and methods of manufacturing same. There are also described methods of treating or preventing a variety of conditions, including treating or preventing elevated blood glucose, pre-diabetes, type 2 diabetes, autoimmune diseases, reducing or decreasing inflammation, treating or preventing diseases characterised by elevated levels of inflammation, and lowering blood cholesterol, said methods comprising administering an effective amount of a composition according to the invention to a subject in need thereof. Uses of the composition of the invention for the manufacture of a medicament for treating or preventing a variety of conditions are also described.
WO/2016/187644 ENCLOSED SWITCH VISIBLE BREAK ISOLATOR||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/AU2015/050728||NOJA POWER SWITCHGEAR PTY LTD||O'SULLIVAN, Neil|
The present invention relates to an outdoor electrical switchgear assembly for a load break application. The assembly includes a pair of electrical contacts. A bushing defines an internal chamber in which the electrical contacts are located. A viewer is located in the bushing and enables viewing of the contacts. Advantageously, an operator can view the electrical contacts to verify the status (e.g. open or closed) of the switchgear assembly. In particular, the operator may confirm that the contacts are open and that the associated circuit is safely isolated.
WO/2016/187645 AN LNG PRODUCTION PLANT AND CORRESPONDING METHOD OF CONSTRUCTION||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/AU2016/000125||WOODSIDE ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES PTY LTD||FAKA, Solomon Aladja|
An LNG production plant and a method of constructing the LNG production plant (10) is disclosed. The LNG production plant (10) comprises at least one plant module (M) and a support structure S to support the at least one plant module (M). Each plant module (M) is dry transported by a heavy lift vessel (V) and subsequently transferred to the support structure (S) without lifting the plant module (M) from a deck (84) of the vessel. The support structure (S) includes a landing substructure (41) onto which the plant module (M) is transferred from the vessel (V). Landing substructure (41) may be onshore or offshore. The support structure S may also include one or more onshore support substructures (43) and a transfer path (47) enabling a plant module (M) to be moved from the landing substructure (41) to a corresponding onshore support substructure (43).
WO/2016/187646 ORAL APPLIANCE||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/AU2016/000174||MYOSA PTY LTD||FARRELL, Christopher John|
A method of treating sleep disorder breathing in a patient, the method comprising in a first step providing a set of oral appliances comprising a first and at least a second oral appliance (30). Each of the first and at least second oral appliances comprises a generally U shaped appliance body including an inner wall (34), an outer wall (36), and a web (38) interconnecting the inner wall and the outer wall. The web has a front section and two arms with trailing ends. The web comprises at least one breathing hole (80) so as to define a total cross sectional area for breathing and the total cross sectional area for breathing of the first oral appliance is larger than the total cross sectional area for breathing of the second oral appliance. In a second step, a patient wears the first oral appliance in a first treatment stage whilst sleeping for a first period of time and in a third step the patient wears the second oral appliance in a second treatment stage whilst sleeping for a second period of time.
WO/2016/187647 PATIENT BED||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/AU2016/000177||NOVACORR HEALTHCARE PTY LTD||ATKINSON, Keith Anthony|
A bed (10) intended for use by patients, particularly by those with Huntington's disease, comprises a perimeter rail (12) surrounding a mattress base (14). The perimeter rail provides a continuous internal padded perimeter wall from at least a level aligned with a top surface of the mattress (14) to a predetermined level above the surface of the mattress (14). The perimeter rail (12) comprises first and second bedheads (20) and first and second side rails (30), with the bedheads (20) and side rails (30) respectively disposed opposite each other. The perimeter rail (12) is generally rectangular in plan view and defines a receiving space (50) therewithin for receiving a separate mattress base (14) in use. The bedheads (20) and side rails (30) are mounted to side rail movement assemblies (40) respectively disposed at the four corner junctions between each adjacent bedhead (20) and side rail (30). The movement assemblies (40) support the bedheads (20) in a stationary manner and allow the side rails (30) to be raised or lowered relative to the bedheads (20).
WO/2016/187648 RETAIL CUSTOMER ANALYTIC SYSTEM||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/AU2016/000180||KEPLER ANALYTICS PTY LTD||MAH, Jun Xiang|
A tracking system that utilises one or more sensors to collect movement by shoppers in the store in which each sensor includes a cell phone antenna, a WIFI antenna, a microcomputer and a passive infrared sensor in which the microcomputer is programmed to collect signals from shoppers cell phones via the WIFI antenna and to collect signals from the infrared sensor and to correlate the two sets of signals to provide accurate movement information of shoppers in the store. By combining the infra red and WIFI data the WIFI data is able to be verified as being within the store environment. Preferably three sensors are used so that by triangulation the movement of a cell phone can be tracked and used to create a heat map of the shoppers movements with in the store. By synchronising these movements with a map of the store layout information about the shoppers behaviour can be collected for analysis.
WO/2016/187649 SACRIFICIAL ELECTRODE WITH PULSED CURRENT SUPPLY||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/AU2016/000181||MICROMET PTY LTD||TOWNSEND, James Dunstone|
The present disclosure provides an electrode plate array suitable for use in a waste water treatment apparatus. The array comprises a plurality of electrodes at least one of which is a sacrificial electrode and a pulsed DC power source operably connected to at least the sacrificial electrode in the array.