WO/2015/176098 INSTALLING FIRMWARE||WO||26.11.2015|
||PCT/AU2014/000540||LUMEN INTERNATIONAL HOLDINGS PTY LTD ||MASON, Paul |
A method of installing firmware in an electronic control unit (ECU) (1) of or for a motor vehicle (8), comprising the steps of: i) providing an online repository of firmware for use in controlling functions of a motor vehicle; ii) the repository receiving, via the internet, a request for firmware, computer processing the request to match it to an appropriate item of firmware in the repository; and iii) the repository sending, via the internet, the appropriate item of firmware (7) in response to the request, wherein such firmware is compatible with an ECU connection module (5) so that on receipt of the firmware (7) the module is able to cause the firmware to be installed in the ECU (1) by way of connection between the module (5) and the ECU (1).
WO/2015/176097 LEG AND FOOT SUPPORT||WO||26.11.2015|
||PCT/AU2014/000533||CAYZER, Jennifer ||CAYZER, Jennifer |
A leg and foot support, adjustable between a first form and a second form, comprising: a body of flexible material having a first and second end, the first end being adapted to attach to one or more support structures in front of a chair, the second end being adapted to be secured in place to the chair, wherein when the first end is secured in a first position a passenger can place their legs on the body of the leg and foot support wherein their feet rest in a first foot position and when secured in a second position the passenger can rest their feet in a second foot position.
WO/2015/176100 PREVENTION OF ROOT INTRUSION IN SUB-SURFACE STRUCTURES||WO||26.11.2015|
||PCT/AU2014/050045||IRRIGATION & WATER TECHNOLOGIES IP PTY LTD ||CRESSWELL, Geoffrey Charles |
The invention relates to a geotextile (12) that is treated with: a metal such as copper to prevent plant roots or microorganisms growing on and through the geotextile (12). The geotextile (12) is used in conjunction with a subsurface fluid supply system (10), where the treated geotextile (12) prevents the ingress of roots into drippers (13) that are disposed on conduit (11) of the fluid supply system (10).
WO/2015/176099 LAPPING MACHINE DRIVE||WO||26.11.2015|
||PCT/AU2014/001016||V-LAP PTY. LTD. ||COOPER, Jason Ian |
A high speed vertical textile lapper has a comb reciprocated by a first motor and a presser bar reciprocated by a second motor, both motors being under a common servo motor control. The linear comb is reciprocated by a comb crankshaft in a crankcase while the presser bar is reciprocated by a bar crankshaft in order to deposit a lapped web onto a horizontal conveyor which sends the web through an oven where some of the web fibres fuse to adhere the finished web. The incoming web to be plated is carried to the lapping zone by a combination of horizontal and vertical conveyors. These feed the descending web close to the lapping zone. The comb crankcase has pressurised lubrication and external cooling. The servo control permits PLC synchronisation.
WO/2015/176102 A MECHANICAL ARRANGEMENT AND A METHOD FOR A TRAILER||WO||26.11.2015|
||PCT/AU2015/000282||ANGELO ENGINEERING P/L ||NELSEN, Mark Ronald |
A mechanical arrangement for a trailer, the mechanical arrangement comprising a surface portion, the mechanical arrangement being configurable in either: a stowed configuration wherein the surface portion is located on top of the trailer; or a deployed configuration wherein the surface portion lies adjacent to the ground; the mechanical arrangement further comprising: a telescopic height adjuster configurable in either: a stowed position when the mechanical arrangement is in the stowed configuration; or a deployed position when the mechanical arrangement is in the deployed configuration.
WO/2015/176122 PIN LATCHING SYSTEM FOR A PORTABLE BARRIER||WO||26.11.2015|
||PCT/AU2015/000310||FRAMELOCK STRUCTURES PTY LTD ||WEST, Colin Cambell |
A modular barrier (20) adapted to cooperate with a plurality of similar such barriers to provide a barrier assembly. The barrier (20) includes a pin latching system (30) for locking the barrier to an adjacent barrier in the barrier assembly. The pin latching system (30) comprises latch pin (31) comprising a locking lug (32), and a slotted entry hole (42) in the barrier for receiving the locking lug (32) of the adjacent barrier. With this arrangement, the barrier (20) is able to be locked to the adjacent barrier by inserting the locking lug (21) of one of the barriers into the slotted entry hole (42) of the other barrier, and then rotating the latch pin (31) that includes the inserted locking lug (32) relative to the slotted entry hole (42) into which the locking lug is inserted so that the inserted locking lug is inhibited from being removed from the slotted entry hole.
WO/2015/176123 APPARATUS AND METHODS FOR SPRAYING A COSMETIC COMPOSITION||WO||26.11.2015|
||PCT/AU2015/050205||TANNING TECH PTY LTD ||CAMPBELL, Cameron |
The present invention provides a hand-held apparatus for the application of a sunless tanning composition to the skin of a user, the apparatus comprising: a housing, the housing enclosing: air moving means, a nozzle, and a reservoir wherein the reservoir and nozzle are in operable gaseous connection with the air moving means such that in use, a composition in the reservoir is expelled through the nozzle to form a spray. The apparatus is useful in methods for spraying a tanning composition onto the skin of an individual.
WO/2015/176135 OMEGA-3 ANALOGUES||WO||26.11.2015|
||PCT/AU2015/050267||THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY ||RAWLING, Tristan |
The present invention relates to new omega-3 fatty acid analogues and to their use in cancer therapy, including anti-metastatic therapy.
WO/2015/176127 A CONTROLLER FOR A LIGHT SYSTEM||WO||26.11.2015|
||PCT/AU2015/050253||TOLWONG TRADING PTY LIMITED ||MCCONAGHY, Peter |
Disclosed herein is a controller for a bathroom light system. The controller comprises a timer which is adapted to receive a signal that starts a timing interval, and an electricity supply controller which causes power supplied to a bathroom light system to be reduced when the timing interval ends, but which ensures that the bathroom light system still provides a source of light. Also disclosed herein is a method for reducing energy consumption by a bathroom light system.
WO/2015/176136 ELECTROCHEMICAL LIQUID TREATMENT APPARATUS||WO||26.11.2015|
||PCT/AU2015/050268||HYDRUS TECHNOLOGY PTY. LTD. ||CAM, David Victor |
The present invention relates to an electrochemical liquid treatment apparatus and to methods of electrochemically treating a liquid. The apparatus may include: a treatment chamber containing at least one inlet for entry of a liquid to be treated, and including at least one outlet for exit of electrochemically treated liquid; a plurality of electrodes positioned within the treatment chamber for electrochemical treatment of the liquid; and a flow aligner for aligning the flow of the liquid between the electrodes, wherein the flow aligner is positioned intermediate the at least one inlet and the electrodes.