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1. WO/2015/053740 MINIMIZING BLIND SPOTS IN A SENSOR NETWORKWO16.04.2015
G01R 19/165
PCT/US2013/063677SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC IT CORPORATIONPAIK, Namwook
According to one aspect, embodiments herein provide a system for monitoring circuit branches coupled to an input line of a load center, the system comprising a plurality of first current sensors, each configured to be coupled to a circuit branch, at least one second current sensor configured to be coupled to the input line, a controller, a plurality of first sensor circuits, each configured, in a first mode of operation, to sample a signal from an associated current sensor, and in a second mode of operation, to be powered off, and at least one second sensor circuit configured to sample a signal from the at least one second current sensor and provide an input line current measurement signal to the controller, wherein the controller is configured to operate each first sensor circuit in one of the first and second modes of operation based on the input line current measurement signal.

2. WO/2015/053741 MULTI-COMPONENT INDUCTION LOGGING METHODS AND SYSTEMS HAVING A TREND-BASED DATA QUALITY INDICATORWO16.04.2015
E21B 47/125
PCT/US2013/063682HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.HOU, Junsheng
Various logging tools, systems, and methods are disclosed. An example method includes obtaining multi-component induction (MCI) measurements from a logging tool conveyed along a borehole through a formation. The method also includes comparing a plurality of the MCI measurements to determine one or more data quality indicators for the formation property based at least in part on a predetermined inequality pattern. The method also includes displaying the one or more data quality indicators.

3. WO/2015/053782 CONTROL OF DRILL PATH USING SMOOTHINGWO16.04.2015
E21B 47/02
PCT/US2013/064572HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES INC.DYKSTRA, Jason D.
A drilling assembly control system is designed to control drill bit orientation such that a well path is followed that minimizes oscillations and deviations. When a deviation from the intended well path is detected, a predictive module models the deviated path. Using the modeled path, an optimization module utilizes a cost function and various constraints to analyze alternative correction paths in order to determine which correction path provides the most non-tortuous return to the intended well path.

4. WO/2015/053743 COMPOSITION AND SYSTEM FOR PREFORMED THERMOPLASTIC ROAD MARKING WITH SEQUENTIAL FEATURESWO16.04.2015
B41M 5/26
PCT/US2013/063728FLINT TRADING INC.GREER, Robert, W.
The present disclosure describes preformed pre-bonded thermoplastic sections comprising smaller articles where the articles and sections have planar top surfaces and planar bottom surfaces that are coplanar to each other. There is also an adhesive backing layer on the coplanar bottom surfaces so that the adhesive backing layer bridges and bonds coplanar bottom surfaces to form unified pre-bonded thermoplastic signage thereby preventing dislodging or separation of the signage during handling, movement, and/or transportation before or during application of the pre-bonded signage. The articles when properly sequenced, matched, and combined, together makeup the sections such that when the sections are also sequenced and matched the sections combine to form thermoplastic signage with a final pattern wherein the planar top surfaces include sequential features necessary to visibly aid in quick assembly of one or more unified thermoplastic signages.

5. WO/2015/053744 PHOTOSWITCHABLE GRAPHENE MEMBRANESWO16.04.2015
B05D 3/06
PCT/US2013/063732EMPIRE TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT LLCANDERSON, Kraig
Graphene composites are disclosed. The graphene composites may include, for example, a photoswitchable layer, a graphene layer, and a substrate. The graphene composites may, in some embodiments, include a graphene layer with photoswitchable surface characteristics. Methods of making the graphene composite are further disclosed. Devices and systems configured to make and use the composites are also disclosed.

6. WO/2015/053746 ELEVATOR CONTROL SYSTEMWO16.04.2015
B66B 1/16
PCT/US2013/063772OTIS ELEVATOR COMPANYKIM, HanJong
An elevator control system includes an elevator group system including one or more elevators and an elevator group controller configured to control operation of the one or more elevators. The system includes at least one of an external elevator management system and an external power provider connected via a data communications link to the elevator group controller. The elevator group controller is configured to transmit to the at least one of the external elevator management system and the external power provider elevator operation information, and the at least one of the external elevator management system and the external power provider is configured to transmit to the elevator group controller elevator operation control information based on the elevator operation information. The elevator group controller is configured to then control operation of the one or more elevators based on the elevator operation control information.

7. WO/2015/053792 VEHICLE TRANSFER CASE WITH VARIABLE ANGLE JOINTWO16.04.2015
F16D 3/223
PCT/US2013/064677GKN DRIVELINE NORTH AMERICA, INC.MILLER, Michael, James
One exemplary illustration of a torque transfer device for a vehicle may include a housing and a variable angle constant velocity joint integrated with the housing. The joint may be connected between a drive mechanism and an output shaft for transmitting torque from the drive mechanism to the output shaft.

8. WO/2015/053737 TRACKING BALLOONWO16.04.2015
A61M 25/10
PCT/US2013/063642EMPIRE TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT LLCPEPPOU, George, Charles
Compositions and methods for determining a location of a structure to be monitored within a body are provided. The composition includes an inflatable balloon configured to be deformable when inflated and includes a radiopaque marker and an echogenic marker. When in use, the echogenic marker is distinguishable from the radiopaque marker. The radiopaque marker is used to determine an absolute location of the balloon in the body, for example in relation to a landmark structure (such as a bone). The echogenic marker is used to determine the location of the structure to be monitored relative to the edge of the balloon. The two locations or distances are combined to determine the location of the structured to be monitored relative to the landmark structure.

9. WO/2015/053763 CONSOLE ASSEMBLYWO16.04.2015
B60R 7/08
PCT/US2013/064037JOHNSON CONTROLS TECHNOLOGY COMPANYGOFTON, Adam, R.
A console assembly (10) includes a frame (14) and a storage member. The storage member includes a receptacle (50) defining a storage space into which an article can be stowed. The storage member is pivotally coupled to the frame (14) for movement relative to the frame (14) between a retracted position in which the receptacle (50) is substantially inaccessible, an extended position in which the receptacle is accessible to stow or remove the article, and an intermediate position between the retracted position and the extended position. The console assembly (10) further includes a resilient member (86) coupled to one of the frame and the storage member, and an engaging portion (114) on the other of the frame and storage member that is selectively engageable with the resilient member. The resilient member (86) is compressed by the engaging portion (114) when the storage member is in the extended position to bias the storage member toward the intermediate position.

10. WO/2015/053786 PRINTER GEAR TRAIN ASSEMBLYWO16.04.2015
B41J 11/14
PCT/US2013/064613HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.LAM, Chern-Shi
Described examples include a printer gear train assembly. The printer gear train assembly comprises a gear train and a movable carrier. The gear train is to engage with a drive gear of a drive motor and to transmit movement to drive the printer sheet roller in a first direction to advance a sheet. The moveable carrier is coupled to at least one gear of the gear train and is movable to disengage the gear from the drive gear in response to an external torque applied to rotate the roller in the first direction.


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