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1. WO/2016/064283 A CONVERTERWO28.04.2016
H02M 7/00
PCT/NZ2015/050175POWERBYPROXI LIMITED REN, Saining
An inductive power receiver (3) including at least two switches S1, S2 connected across a resonant circuit (802), the resonant circuit including an inductance and a capacitance, wherein a first switch S1 of the at least two switches is configured to switch into a first state based on a first event dependent on a receiver variable; and the first switch is configured to switch to a second state based on a second event independent of a receiver variable.

2. WO/2016/064282 AN APPARATUS FOR GUIDING A SURGICAL NEEDLEWO28.04.2016
A61B 10/02
PCT/NZ2015/050174CHIENG, Yen Yung CHIENG, Yen Yung
An apparatus (100) for guiding a surgical needle with improved accuracy. The apparatus (100) having a base (1) for positioning the apparatus (100) on a patient; a second arc member (6) attached to the base (1); a first arc member (4) moveably attached to the second arc member (6); an arm (2) attached to a needle guide support (3) at one end and moveably attached to the first arc member (4) at a distal end, and an angle marking device (7) attached to the arm (2) to indicate a vertical reference point for measuring the angle of tilt of the arm (2) from the vertical reference point relative to the base (1). Wherein the first arc member (4) is configured to move on the second arc member (6) to facilitate movement of the needle guide support (3) in a cranio-caudal plane and the arm (2) is configured to move on the first arc member (4) to facilitate movement of the needle guide support (3) in an axial plane.

3. WO/2016/060573 A CARRIER FOR GOLF ACCESSORIESWO21.04.2016
A63B 55/00
PCT/NZ2015/050170AEROE SPORTS LIMITED MAGUIRE, Patrick David
A carrier for golf clubs and accessories. The carrier has a semi-rigid or rigid body (3) defining a main storage compartment, the main storage compartment containing a tapered storage compartment (21) and two side compartments (23, 25). A width Wl of the tapered storage compartment (21) at or towards a top of the tapered storage compartment is greater than a width W2 of the tapered storage compartment (21) at or towards a base of the tapered storage compartment. Each side compartment (23, 25) has a width W4 at or towards a base of said side compartment that is greater than a width W3 at or towards a top of that side compartment.

4. WO/2016/056924 INSECTICIDAL COMPOSITION AND METHODWO14.04.2016
A01N 25/28
PCT/NZ2015/050171ZELAM LIMITED KUMAR, Hemant
This invention provides for a solid, particulate insecticidal formulation in the form of a granule, a bait or a tablet for mechanical incorporation into or onto soil comprising a volatile insecticidal active ingredient that is microencapsulated and combined with a bulking agent and a disintegrating agent. The solid particulate formulation is characterized in that the volatile insecticide is selected from insecticidal active ingredients having: (a) a vapour pressure at 25°C in the range from about 1 mPa to about 1,000 mPa; and (b) a water solubility at 25°C less than about 100 mg/Litre.

5. WO/2016/056926 A SUBSTANCE DELIVERY DEVICEWO14.04.2016
A61D 7/00
PCT/NZ2015/050173ULTI PHARMACEUTICALS LIMITED RATHBONE, Michael John
The present disclosure relates to a substance delivery device, particularly for intravaginal delivery of a substance to an animal. The device includes a first elongate member and a second elongate member, wherein each of the first and second elongate members has a first end and a second end. The device has a pivotal connection between the first elongate member and the second elongate member, with the device is configured such that the distance between the respective first ends decreases when the distance between the respective second ends increases. In use, the device is placed into the vaginal tract of the animal - more particularly, positioned such that the first ends are positioned within the vagina of the animal, and the second ends are within the vestibule of the animal.

6. WO/2016/056925 INVERTER FOR INDUCTIVE POWER TRANSMITTERWO14.04.2016
H02J 5/00
PCT/NZ2015/050172POWERBYPROXI LIMITED ABDOLKHANI, Ali
An inductive power transmitter comprising a plurality of autonomous resonant inverters, wherein each inverter outputs a voltage to a respective transmitter coil/coils for inductive power transfer; and a magnetic coupling structure between the respective transmitter coils, wherein the magnetic coupling structure is configured to determine a phase shift between the output voltage of each inverter

7. WO/2016/053115 INDUSTRIAL VEHICLES AND METHOD FOR LOCALIZATION USING CEILING LIGHTSWO07.04.2016
G06T 7/00
PCT/NZ2015/050165CROWN EQUIPMENT CORPORATION BELL, Mark
Industrial vehicle (100) can include a camera (102) and one or more processors (104). The camera (102) can capture an input image (200, 240) of ceiling lights (114) of the ceiling (1 12, 204, 242, 342) of the warehouse (110). The one or more processors can execute machine readable instructions to detect transversal edges (270) from the ceiling lights (1 14) of the input image (200, 240). The machine readable instructions executed by the one or more processors (104) can determine points of convergence between the transversal edges (270, 370) and a first edge line (222, 246, 346) and a second edge line (224, 248, 348). The machine readable instructions executed by the one or more processors (104) can select a set of point fixes (280) for the points of convergence. The machine readable instructions executed by the one or more processors (104) can navigate the industrial vehicle (100) through the warehouse (110) utilizing the centerline (226, 250, 350) and the set of point fixes (280).

8. WO/2016/053114 GRAVITY INFUSION IV BAGWO07.04.2016
A61M 1/02
PCT/NZ2015/050136AVERY, Raymond John AVERY, Raymond John
A gravity infusion IV bag having an elastic suspension arrangement with one or more suspension elements attached at a top end of the bag section and arranged to be hung from a support such that, as fluid flows from the outlet, the weight of the bag section reduces and the elastic suspension arrangement contracts to raise the bag section relative to the support. The one or more suspension elements may be formed from styrene-ethylene-butadiene-styrene (SEBS) and have a 100% Young's modulus in the range 80-120 psi.

9. WO/2016/053116 A COMBINED INSPECTION GULLY DISH AND TRAP APPARATUSWO07.04.2016
E03F 5/042
PCT/NZ2015/050166BOURKE, Michael Alan BOURKE, Michael Alan
A combined inspection gully trap and gully dish apparatus is provided. The apparatus has a gully trap housed within a gully dish. The apparatus is arranged such that when in use liquid can flow into a gully dish inlet and into the trap which is arranged such that it partitions the dish into a liquid inlet section and a liquid outlet section, and wherein the liquid in the trap creates a seal between the two sections.

10. WO/2016/053119 A METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR THE CONTROLLED DELIVERY OF GASESWO07.04.2016
A61M 16/00
PCT/NZ2015/050169AUT UNIVERSITY WHITE, David Edward
A method of controlled delivery of breathing gases is described the method comprising: applying breathing gas pressure within the first naris of a patient during inhalation; applying breathing gas pressure within the second naris of the patient during inhalation; applying breathing gas pressure within the first naris of the patient during exhalation; and applying breathing gas pressure within the second naris of the patient during exhalation, wherein the breathing gas pressure applied to the first naris during inhalation is higher than the gas pressure applied to the second naris during inhalation and the breathing gas inflow to the patient is substantially through the first naris during inhalation and wherein the breathing gas pressure applied to the first naris during exhalation is lower than the gas pressure applied to the second naris during exhalation and the gas outflow from the patient is substantially through the first naris during exhalation. An apparatus and system implementing the method is also described.


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