WO/2016/151564 Flexible, Inflatable Polyhedron-Shaped Water Tank||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/IL2015/050296||HAREL, Alex||HAREL, Alex|
A flexible and inflatable tank for the supply of potable water that is made of a strong, rigid and flexible material and is designed to incorporate a thin, flexible inner bag that is made of materials that comply with standards for the storage of potable water. The tank is made of a rectangular sheet, a pair of walls, and one or more openings and is shaped in general like a closed, round, oblate cylinder with two side walls.
WO/2016/151565 A METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR MULTI-ELECTRODE MONITORING OF INTERNAL ELECTRICAL IMPEDANCE OF A BIOLOGICAL OBJECT||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/IL2015/050303||RS MEDICAL MONITORING LTD.||SHOCHAT, Michael|
A method and system for multi-electrode monitoring of an internal electrical impedance of a biological object, using placing two arrays of electrodes on opposite sides of the biological object, wherein each of said two arrays comprise at least two spaced apart electrodes; performing session of measurements comprising imposing an alternating electrical current between pairs of said electrodes and obtaining voltage signals representative of a voltage drop thereon; calculating values of skin-electrode resistance for all said electrodes; comparing said calculated values of skin-electrode resistance therebetween, wherein result of the comparison exceeding a predetermined threshold value being representative of a potential failure in at least one of said electrodes.
WO/2016/151566 SECURITY SYSTEM AND METHODS FOR IDENTIFICATION OF IN-VEHICLE ATTACK ORIGINATOR||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/IL2015/050319||TOWER-SEC LTD||RUVIO, Guy|
The present invention provides a security system, and methods useful for vehicle CAN bus communication mapping and attack originator identification, comprising: a CAN Bus Monitor, (CBM), configured to monitor the CAN bus communication comprising one or more frames, to and/or from at least one Electronic Control Unit, (ECU); a characterization module in communication with the CBM, configured to generate at least one characteristic for the monitored communication from each the ECU and at least one characteristic for each communication frame; (c) a comparator unit in communication with the characterization module, configured to compare one or more the characteristics of at least one frame against characteristics of each the ECU communication in order to detect at least one anomaly; and, (d) one or more Identification module in communication with the comparator, configured to identify at least one ECU originating an attack on the CAN bus.
WO/2016/151567 PRINTABLE PRODUCTS AND METHODS OF MANUFACTURE THEREOF||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/IL2015/050391||PLASTO-SAC LTD||SHARMI, Yariv|
Disclosed are multilayer polymer products that comprise a surface suitable for printing. Disclosed are also methods for making such products and methods for printing on such products.
WO/2016/151568 WATER FILTER AND ASSEMBLY THEREOF||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/IL2016/050056||STRAUSS WATER LTD.||WILDER, Haim|
The present disclosure concerns a filter device for filtering source water for the purpose of obtaining potable water; and further concerns a method for assembly of such a device.
WO/2016/151570 SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR TISSUE WHITNING BY APPLYING ELECTROMGNETIC FIELD||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/IL2016/050242||BRIGHTTONIX MEDICAL LTD.||RON EDOUTE, Orit|
Tissue whitening system and method are provided. The system comprises an applicator unit comprising: a treatment surface comprising a plurality of treatment sites, each of the treatment sites being configured such that, when the applicator unit is in operation during a whitening treatment procedure, the treatment site is in contact with a whitening substance to apply treatment to a respective tissue portion via the whitening substance; and an electrode assembly configured to create a plurality of electromagnetic field regions within a treatment zone in the vicinity of the treatment surface, such that, when the applicator unit is in operation, the plurality of treatment sites are located in the plurality of the electromagnetic field regions thereby affecting the whitening substance at the treatment sites. The system further comprises an electromagnetic power source being in signal communication with the electrode assembly and configured to generate activation signals to operate the electrode assembly to create the electromagnetic field regions in at least some of the treatment sites; wherein each of the activation signals has a predetermined time-frequency profile to thereby apply an alternating electromagnetic field of the predetermined profile to the respective treatment site.
WO/2016/151576 LOSSLESS POWER CONVERSION TO DC METHOD AND DEVICE||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/IL2016/050301||ABLOV, Boris||ABLOV, Boris|
A device and a method for power conversion to DC using zero-current and/or zero- voltage switching. Provides output voltage of any level and polarity. Operates with any input voltage, including DC and AC. Power loss is substantially eliminated. The conversion efficiency is independent of load consumption, from the idle to the maximum power. The EMI level is very low. Provides for input to output isolation without use of transformers.
WO/2016/151569 AN ORTHODONTIC BRACKET||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/IL2016/050157||DIAMANT, Cerna||DIAMANT, Cerna|
In one aspect, the present invention is directed to an orthodontic bracket (12), comprising: a vertical bore (32); a bendable drop-in hook (34) threaded into the vertical bore (32); and an annular magnetic object (30), in which the drop-in hook (34) is threaded into. In another aspect, the present invention is directed to an orthodontic braces arrangement, comprising: at least two distant brackets (12), each installed on a different jaw of a user; and each of the distant brackets (12) having at least one annular magnetic object (30) secured thereto by a bendable drop-in hook; wherein a distance between magnetic objects of one bracket and another bracket is less than 2 mm; thereby providing intermaxillary attraction or propulsion force, depending on a polarity orientation of the magnetic objects.
WO/2016/151575 DEVICE SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR DETERMINING THE RELATIVE ORIENTATION BETWEEN TWO DIFFERENT LOCATIONS||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/IL2016/050292||ELBIT SYSTEMS LTD.||AVITAN, Lior|
A device for determining relative orientation between two locations including an imager, an inertial-orientation-sensor firmly attached to the imager for determining information relating to the orientation thereof and which exhibits drift and a processor coupled with the Imager and with the inertial-orientation-sensor. The processor determines a first orientation-measurement and first time-tag when the' device is oriented with a first-orientation-indicator located at a first location. The processor determines a second-orientation-measurement and second time-tag when the device is oriented with a second-orientation-indicator located at a second location. The processor determines a third-orientation-measurement and third time-tag when the device is oriented again with the flrst-orientation-indicator. The processor determines the drift associated the inertial-orientation-sensor according to difference between the first-orientatlon-measurernent and the third-orientation-rneasurement the respective time-tags associated therewith. The processor determines an angle-difference between the first-orientation-indicator and the second-orientation-indicator according to the first-orientation-measurenient and the second-orientation-measurernent, the first and second time-tags and the drift.
WO/2016/151571 SYSTEM FOR MAPPING ELECTROMAGNETIC DISCHARGE FIELDS||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/IL2016/050266||PDP-TECHNOLOGIES LTD.||PRIMACK, Harel|
Disclosed is a system and method that provide a means to overcome errors in determining the source of a electromagnetic event due to reflection, absorption and scattering of the electromagnetic field due to metallic parts of the electric equipment.