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1. WO/2017/030521 USER CONFIGURABLE VEHICLE PARKING ALERT SYSTEMWO23.02.2017
G08G 1/14
PCT/US2015/045186FORD GLOBAL TECHNOLOGIES, LLCLAVOIE, Erick Michael
A parking place alert system may include an interface, and a controller configured to generate an alert to be displayed via the interface and identifying a set of available park assist features selected in response to an indication that an available parking place is of a user identified type that defines a desired vehicle orientation and position relative to other parked vehicles.

2. WO/2017/030593 MICROORGANISM GROWTH AND PRODUCTS RECOVERYWO23.02.2017
C12R 1/00
PCT/US2015/046342H R D CORPORATIONHASSAN, Abbas
Herein disclosed is a method of generating products from microorganisms, comprising super-saturating a liquid medium with a gas consumable by the microorganisms in a high shear device operating at a shear rate of greater than 1,000,000 s-1 to produce a gas-super-saturated (GSS) medium, wherein the GSS medium maintains a GSS level for at least 10 minutes; feeding the GSS medium to microorganisms; allowing the microorganisms to grow by consuming the gas and generate products via photosynthesis or chemosynthesis; and recovering the products. In an embodiment, the microorganisms are genetically modified. In an embodiment, the microorganisms include bacteria, protozoa, algae, or fungi, or a combination thereof. In an embodiment, the gas consumable by the microorganisms is selected from the group consisting of carbon dioxide, nitrogen, air, oxygen, methane, and combinations thereof. A suitable system is also discussed in this disclosure.

3. WO/2017/030577 COMPOSITION FOR RADIATION SHIELDINGWO23.02.2017
C08K 3/08
PCT/US2015/045867WARREN, DannyWARREN, Danny
A composition and method for spray-applying a two-part, self-setting composition containing a dopant that provides a hazard shielding component and is particularly adapted for delivering the components of the composition at a temperature that promotes their spray application as well as a self-setting reaction. The method includes selecting a self-setting compound that is adapted for curing in place once applied, the self-setting compound including at least one dopant material; and applying the compound to a hazard to be encapsulated such as a radiological, lead, asbestos, or PCB. Alternately, a self-curing compound includes a multi-part compound which, upon a mixing of the parts, chemically reacts and cures, and at least one dopant material dispersed into at least one of the parts, wherein the dopant material is selected for providing radiation shielding upon application of the compound.

4. WO/2017/030543 METHOD SOLVE TECHNICAL PROBLEM OF KEY VIOLATION AND SETTING PRIORITY AND SEQUENCE NUMBERWO23.02.2017
G06F 17/00
PCT/US2015/045406LEE, John, ChungLEE, John, Chung
A method of solving a technical problem of key violation and setting priority and sequence number, includes the steps of inputting information, such as a person or a company's name, telephone number, follow up date, priority, sequence number, task number, and things-to-do, into appropriate fields in a database; querying the database to locate records with follow up dates equal to a particular desired date; retrieving the records with fields that match the queried criteria; sorting the retrieved records using "Follow up date" field as the Primary Index, "Priority" field as the Secondary Index, "Sequence number" field as the Third Index, "Task number" field as the Fourth Index which is the last Index of all the Indices; presenting the sorted records for viewing; and updating any field in the sorted records including but not limited to "follow up date", "priority", "sequence number", and "things-to-do" field.

5. WO/2017/030584 PERIPHERAL DEVICE PAIRINGWO23.02.2017
H04W 76/02
PCT/US2015/046007HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.HANES, David H.
Examples monitor a communication network to detect a peripheral device. Examples pair with the peripheral device responsive to detecting the peripheral device. Examples generate a peripheral application query corresponding to the peripheral device responsive to pairing with the peripheral device, and examples query a peripheral application server with the peripheral application query to retrieve a peripheral application corresponding to the peripheral device.

6. WO/2017/030546 INTERACTIVE ANALYTICS INTERFACES BASED ON CONTEXT MODIFICATIONSWO23.02.2017
G06F 17/00
PCT/US2015/045471HEWLETT PACKARD ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT LPKESHET, Renato
Interactive analytics interfaces based on context modifications are disclosed. One example is a system including a context module and an interaction module. The context module accesses a collection of analytics modules to generate a first analytics interface based on a first context characterization indicative of a plurality of parameters of a source dataset. The interaction module provides the first analytics interface to a computing device via a graphical user interface, identifies a requested change in the first context characterization via an interaction with the graphical user interface, and prompts the context module to pause generation of the first analytics interface in response to the requested change. The context module modifies the first context characterization based on the requested change to create a second context characterization, and generates a second analytics interface responsive to the second context characterization.

7. WO/2017/030554 ATTACHMENT OF POLYCRYSTALLINE DIAMOND TABLES TO A SUBSTRATE TO FORM A PCD CUTTER USING REACTIVE/EXOTHERMIC PROCESSWO23.02.2017
E21B 10/00
PCT/US2015/045542HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.SAINI, Gagan
A PCD cutter formed by a reactive/exothermic bond formed between the diamond table and the substrate. The bond is formed by applying a small pulse of localized energy to a bonding agent containing exothermic reactive materials which is disposed at the interface of the diamond table and the substrate. The bonding agent may be formed by depositing a plurality of alternating layers of exothermic foils at the interface between the polycrystalline diamond table and the substrate. Additional layers may also be deposited between the polycrystalline diamond table and the plurality of layers of exothermic foils and between the foils and the substrate. One or more refractory layers may also be disposed between the layers of exothermic material and a masking or non-wetting material may be applied to one or more sides of the substrate and diamond table.

8. WO/2017/030555 TOPICAL FILM DELIVERY SYSTEMWO23.02.2017
A61K 9/70
PCT/US2015/045546BHALANI, Vinayak, T.BHALANI, Vinayak, T.
The described invention provides a topical bioadhesive film-forming pharmaceutical composition formulated for application directly to skin or to a substrate. The composition includes a therapeutic amount of an active agent; and one or more excipients selected from the group consisting of a non-cellulosic polymer or copolymer, a film forming agent, a plasticizer, a permeation enhancer, an antioxidant, a preservative, a solubilizer, a phase transfer catalyst, a viscosity modifier, a vitamin, a mineral nutrient, a solvent, a colorant and a fragrance. It further provides a delivery system comprising the composition and a means for administering the composition. It also describes uses of the delivery system in the manufacture of a medicament for treating a skin condition, disease or disorder, and a method for treating a skin condition, disease or disorder with the composition. The composition is characterized by: controlled release. The formed film is characterized by: locally sustained levels of a minimum effective concentration (MEC) of the active agent between applications; its adherence and conformance to a surface of the skin; its pliability, its resistance to breaking under tension (tensile strength); maintained potency of the active agent; and removability of the film from the skin without a residue.

9. WO/2017/030590 MARK TRIGGERED CONTENT RECOMMENDATIONSWO23.02.2017
G06K 7/10
PCT/US2015/046106HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.OLIVEIRA, Renato
In one implementation, a system for providing mark triggered content recommendations include a data engine to receive a scanned image ID of a first mark with a corresponding location of the first mark, a location engine to determine a location of a second mark within a radius of the corresponding location of the first mark, and a content engine to provide content associated with the first mark and a recommendation of content associated with the second mark.

10. WO/2017/030588 CARTONWO23.02.2017
B65D 81/36
PCT/US2015/046063COLGATE-PALMOLIVE COMPANYSACHDEV, Amit
A product and product packaging suitable for retail sale. The product can include a package carton comprising external and internal surfaces, wherein the internal surface includes a plurality of fold lines and first and second graphic portions, wherein the graphic portions are suitable to provide at least a portion of at least one of a toy, a game, a collectible, and an educational tool. The first graphic portion and the second graphic portion are bilaterally symmetrical to each other relative to at least one fold line of the plurality of fold lines. In another embodiment, the product is for use by a first consumer group but not a second consumer group, while the at least one of the toy, game, collectible, and educational tool is for use by the second consumer group but not the first consumer group.


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