WO/2015/057049 EXOCERVICAL AND ENDOCERVICAL CELL SAMPLING DEVICE||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/MY2013/000181||DNA RESERACH CENTRE (M) SDN BHD||CHIN-LY, Cindy, Lim|
A cervical cells sampling device (100) comprises a tubular- sleeve (110) with a first opening (111) and an opposing second opening (112); an elongate rod (120) having a retractable part (121) with a mounting tip (122) enclosed within the sleeve (110) and a handle section (123) extending out from the sleeve (110) through the second opening (112); a cell collecting construct (130) with a resilient sheath (133) being stretched to cap onto the mounting tip (122) of the rod (120) and the stretched resilient sheath (133) is in a constant contracting state that the cell collecting construct (130) and portion of the retractable part are allowed to project out or retract into sleeve (110) through the first opening (111) by moving the handle section (123); and a stripping member (140) fabricated within the sleeve (110) being fashioned to detach the resilient sheath (133) from the mounting tip (122) upon retracting the retractable part into the sleeve (110) up to a predetermined level, wherein the resilient sheath (133) of the construct (130) resumes original form once detached from the mounting tip (122) and prodding the rod (120) back into the sleeve (110) pushes the construct (130) out of the sleeve (110).
WO/2015/057051 SPUTTERING HIGH THROUGHPUT ALUMINUM FILM||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/MY2014/000123||MIMOS BERHAD||NIK MOHD, Razali Mohd Nor|
A method of sputtering a high throughput thick aluminium film with a controlled grain size is provided. The method includes transferring a metal substrate into a deposition chamber and initiating sputtering of Al-Cu layer on the metal substrate by increasing DC power. This is followed by cooling the Al-Cu sputtered metal substrate in an inert gas environment and re-transferring the cooled Al-Cu sputtered metal substrate into another deposition chamber for coating another Al-Cu layer for converting the sputtered metal substrate into a thick aluminium film in which the grain size is controlled.
WO/2015/057050 AUTOMATION OF PROVISIONING OF INFRASTRUCTURE AS A SERVICE (IAAS)||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/MY2014/000119||MIMOS BERHAD||LUKE Jing Yuan|
Automation of Infrastructure as a Service (laaS) is provisioned by utilizing a graphical user interface (GUI) coupled with elements of intelligence using question and answer method which provides a self-guided approach to automate the provisioning of Infrastructure as a Service (laaS) hardware. The Infrastructure as a Service (laaS) of the present invention comprising three modules; a user interface module (104) for automating provisioning of Infrastructure as a Service (laaS) using question and answer as self-guided approach; a Provisioning Engine module (108) for parsing information of users layout and translating said information into necessary configuration; and a Auto Discovery Engine module (106) for locating available servers based on information provided into the at least one user interface module. The said modules are supported by a Layout Storage (114) for storing users' layout and an Operating System Repository (116) for providing users information on operating systems for assignment of nodes. The said modules are further supported by a Vendor Registry (112) and supporting services such as the DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol), TFTP (Trivial File Transfer Protocol), Web Server and DNS (Domain Name System) services and are further linked to a Server Management Network.
WO/2015/057053 PACKAGE WITH PRESSURE VENTING SEAL CARRYING SURFACE PROFILE||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/MY2014/050003||SIN SHENG KUANG (M) SDN BHD||BOON EOW, Phee|
A package (100) capable of venting air pressure comprises a front sheet and a back sheet joined by a plurality of seals (110a, 110b, 110c and 130) to create a storage section (190); and a plurality of hollow air paths (140), arranged in a repetitive fashion to have one air path (140) spaced apart from another at a predetermined distance, defined in at least one of the seals by the sheets to communicate internal air pressure of the storage section (190) to external atmospheric pressure that each air path has an outer opening (147) and inner opening (146), which is located adjacent to one side-edge of the air path substantially offsetting position of the outer opening (147), at both ends respectively communicating with the storage section (190) and the external environment (195); wherein the inner surface of the seal defining at least one air path carries a surface profile (148) substantially reducing generation and/or accumulation of electrostatic charges thereof.
WO/2015/057052 A FUNCTIONAL FLIP COVER PROTECTIVE CASE WITH PHYSICAL KEYPAD FOR SMART PHONE DEVICES||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/MY2014/000251||WONG CHEE, Tieng||WONG CHEE, Tieng|
A functional flip cover protective case with a physical keypad for a smart phone device is being disclosed. The functional flip cover protective case comprising, a protective case (11) to hold and protect the smart phone device (31), a flip cover (1) attached to the protective case (11) to protect touch screen (34) of the smart phone device (31), a built in physical keypad (2) on the front side of the flip cover (1), and a transparent viewing window (5) on the flip cover (1) to view smart phone device's display output.
WO/2015/053614 PROTECTIVE EFFECTS OF OIL PALM COMPOSITION ON ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/MY2014/000252||MALAYSIAN PALM OIL BOARD||WEINBERG, Robert P.|
Present invention discloses an oil palm composition for use in prevention or treatment of Alzheimer's disease. The composition is useful in impeding formation of neurotoxic peptide. Present invention can be used in preparation of a medicament in a therapeutic effective amount for prevention or treatment of Alzheimer's disease and diseases related thereto.
WO/2015/053611 A DEVICE AND METHOD TO ASSESS LOWER LIMB LOAD DISTRIBUTION||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/MY2014/000247||UNIVERSITY KEBANGSAAN MALAYSIA||BIN OMAR, Baharudin|
The present invention presents a method of measuring lower limb load distribution comprising capturing the weight distribution measurements through a multiple sensors, processing the load distribution measurements through computing means to determine whether one foot loading distribution is symmetrical to the other foot, and generating a visual display and an auditory alert when a difference or asymmetrical condition in foot loading distribution between both feet is identified. Specifically too, the computing means is operable to process the weight distribution measurements to obtain the percentage of abnormal loading in each foot.
WO/2015/053608 A METHOD FOR MULTI-STEP PROGRESSIVE VISUAL AUTHENTICATION OF HIGH-ENTROPY PARAMETERS||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/MY2014/000187||MIMOS BERHAD||ALWYN, Goh|
The present invention relates to a method for visual authentication of high-entropy parameters by means of multi-step progressive visualization on a receiving application by a user, more particularly to allow machine-to-human authentication, which is unaddressed in existing solutions and security protocol frameworks. One of the advantages of the present invention is that it provides for representation of long high-entropy codewords as perceptually significant visual images on graphical displays. These codewords occur in the context of cryptographic protocols, and typically range in length from 128 to 1024-bits. By computing representation at more detailed scales of resolution in progressive steps, this allows human visual inspection which is both secure, effective and ergonomic. Another advantage of the method of the present invention is that it computes visually simple (and therefore ergonomic) representations at each step of progressive computation, with the complexity of visualization process (as would necessarily arise from entropy content of cryptographic codewords) dispersed over the multiple steps of progression. This provides for the user to determine whether visualised cryptographic input is authentic by means of a process which can range from simple to exhaustive, with the level of thoroughness proportional to number of user interactions with the particular visualization object. Authentication of the input codeword would be accomplished by means of comparing test visualization against reference visualization at each progressive step, the latter of which is executed on platform deemed to be trustworthy by the user.
WO/2015/053610 HEAT-PUMP HEATING APPARATUS||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/MY2014/000224||THERMO HYGRO CONSULTANTS SDN BHD||CHUA, Keng Seng|
A heat-pump heating apparatus (1) for heating fluids comprising a plurality of fluid flow loops (110 to n10) superimposed onto a system flow circuit (10) between a system inlet (101) and a system outlet (102). The fluid flowing through the system flow circuit (10) is characterised by a relatively lower flow rate and a high temperature increment between the system outlet (102) and the system inlet (101) while the fluid flowing through each fluid flow loop (110 to n10) is characterised by relatively higher independent flow rates and lower temperature increments between respective loop outlet (114 to n14) and loop inlet (113 to n13). Colder fluid entering each loop inlet (113 to n13) is raised to a higher temperature by mixing with hotter fluid from a feedback fluid line (112 to n12), then, circulates through the condenser (132 to n32) to further gain temperature; and then, partially flows out of loop outlet (114 to n14) with the remaining returning via the feedback fluid line (112 to n12) to mix with and raise the temperature of colder fluid entering the fluid flow loop (110 to n10) from the respective loop inlet (113 to n13).
WO/2015/053613 A SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR PROCESSING OF ORDERS RELATED TO FINANCIAL TRANSACTION USING A COMPUTER READABLE GRAPHICAL CODE||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/MY2014/000250||RAIG TECHNOLOGIES (M) SDN BHD||Annadurai Kandasamy|
The present invention relates a system and method for automatic processing of ordering/buying/selling of product or services. Invention automates the process using a computer readable graphical code such as QR code. The code contains the information about financial transaction related data corresponding to the order. The digital code is scanned and processed by one or more processors for processing of order to next level. Each transaction order includes a code identifying the information about the order in digitally encoded therein.