WO/2017/015554 PAIRING A BEACON WITH A MOBILE ROBOT||WO||26.01.2017|
||PCT/US2016/043541||IROBOT CORPORATION||BEAULIEU, Andrew|
A method performed by a mobile lawn mowing robot includes pairing a beacon with the mobile lawn mowing robot. Pairing the beacon with the mobile lawn mowing robot includes determining a distance between the beacon and the mobile lawn mowing robot and confirming that the beacon is within a pairing distance from the mobile lawn mowing robot based on a comparison of the determined distance to a pairing distance. Pairing the beacon with the mobile robot lawn mowing robot further includes, subsequent to confirming that the beacon is within the pairing distance from the mobile lawn mowing robot, pairing the beacon with the mobile lawn mowing robot, and, following pairing, detecting wideband or ultra-wideband signals from the beacon, and using the wideband or ultra-wideband signals to enable navigation over an area.
WO/2017/006983 SAFETY CABINET AND METHOD FOR DECONTAMINATING SAFETY CABINET||WO||12.01.2017|
||PCT/JP2016/070101||AIRTECH JAPAN, LTD.||WATANABE Naoki|
Provided is a safety cabinet configured so that a work room can be decontaminated by circulating ozone gas within the work room while the leakage of the ozone gas from the work room during the decontamination can be prevented.
A safety cabinet is provided with: a cabinet body (1); a shutter (4) capable of opening and closing an opening (3) in communication with a work room (2); a gas discharge passage (6) for discharging gas from the work room (2); a gas discharge valve (B2) provided in the gas discharge passage (6); a fan (P1) for supplying air and for circulation, which is provided in the work room (2); an ozone generator (13) for introducing ozone gas into the work room (2); a control unit (10) for controlling the gas discharge valve (B2), the fan (P1) for supplying air and for circulation, and the ozone generator (13); and a gastight closure means (30) capable of gas-tightly closing the opening (3) by means of the shutter (4). Gas within the work room (2) can circulate therein, and consequently the work room can be decontaminated on the basis of a set CT value by means of the ozone gas by circulating the ozone gas within the work room while the leakage of the ozone gas is prevented.
WO/2017/003277 DIGITAL PRINTING METHOD FOR THE BODY OF A VEHICLE||WO||05.01.2017|
||PCT/MX2016/050008||VOLKSWAGEN DE MÉXICO, S.A. DE C.V.||MARTINS PINTO, Antonio Jose|
The present invention relates to a painting method, the aim of which is to print a digital image provided by a user onto the body of a vehicle by means of a production line. Printing is performed by means of a printing head that injects automotive ink(solvent-based/water-based) as well as eco-solvent printing ink and a UV ink. The printing head receives instructions, by means of continuous path control, to perform a different number of automated operations to paint the body. The printing head is characterised in that it has a structure in the form of an arm by means of which said printing head can use different tools or gripping elements to paint, the head being able to make decisions according to the information from the image provided by the user.
WO/2016/207874 A NEAR- WINDOW DEVICE FOR DRYING OF LAUNDRY||WO||29.12.2016|
||PCT/IL2015/000031||YARON, Benjamin||YARON, Benjamin|
The laundry drying device of the present invention is a frame structure connected to an external house-wall beneath and within a convenient reach of and from a windowsill and has parallel spanned ropes for the loading and unloading of laundry. Ropes are positioned in the frame of the device parallel to the window and are reversibly mobile at will to a distance out of reach from and in reach of the windowsill. The device comprises: two parallel, equal in length, hollow, rigid material, profile bars (each abbreviated as: HRMPB) having an open channel running through the length of each bar, two sliding bars, two window side spindle housing structures (each abbreviated to: WSSHS), two far from window side spindle housing structures (each abbreviated to: FF-WSSHS), a rotating connection bar between the window side spindle housing structures (abbreviated to CBB-WSSHS), a rotating connection bar between the far from window side spindle housing structures (abbreviated to: CBB-FF- WSSHS), a zig zag bar, a looped guide wire and a parallel positioned laundry loading ropes. The looped guide wire runs through a HRMPBs between the WWHSs and the FF-WSSHSs and is connected to the zig zag bar in each HRMPB. The zig zag bar is connected to the parallel spanned ropes. By The parallel spanned ropes are mobile from and towards the windowsill by reversibly altering the configuration of the zig zag bar. The zig zag bar is altered by the motion of the looped guide wire set in motion from one of the WWHS. By rotating, CBB-WSSHS and CBB-FF- WSHS coordinate the reversibly altering of the configuration of the zig zag bar in each of the HRMPB, thus the parallel configuration of the spanned parallel ropes is maintained.
WO/2016/207899 SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR SECURED CAPTURING AND AUTHENTICATING OF VIDEO CLIPS||WO||29.12.2016|
||PCT/IL2016/050679||CAPESTER LTD||MATICHIN, Shlomo|
A system for secured capturing and authenticating of video clips may include: one or a plurality of capturing devices, each of the capturing devices comprising a camera and a first processor, and configured to: acquire a time stamp; capture a video clip of a scene and attach to the captured video clip metadata that includes the time stamp; transmit a notification that the capturing of the video clip has ended; upload the captured video clip with the attached metadata to a remote service unit. The system may also include a remote service unit comprising a second processor and storage device, configured to: receive the notification; receive an uploaded video clip; authenticate the received video clip by: verifying that the received video clip is unedited with respect to the captured video clip; and verifying that a time stamp in a metadata attached to the received video clip is identical to the acquired time stamp and that a time interval between the time indicated by the attached time stamp and a time at which the notification was received is equal to a length of the video clip and a limited time margin.
WO/2016/200561 ILLUMINATION DEVICE||WO||15.12.2016|
||PCT/US2016/032685||LUMEE, LLC||SHOEMAKE, Allan|
An illumination device. The illumination device generally has at least one light source and an attachment assembly that connects the light source to a computing device. The light source may be one or more LEDs or a light panel using electroluminescent lighting. The illumination device includes a power source coupled to the light source and a light control mechanism to change at least one of an operative state or an intensity of the light source. The illumination device may also be integrally connected to the computing device. A light cover is implemented to cover the light source and diffuse light emanating therefrom.
WO/2016/180992 SYSTEM FOR THE AUTOMATIC GUIDANCE OF VEHICLES BY MEANS OF DIELECTRIC CHANGES IN A PRE-RECORDED GUIDE-RAIL||WO||17.11.2016|
||PCT/ES2015/070378||AUTO DRIVE SOLUTIONS S.L.||BADOLATO MARTIN, Alejandro|
The invention relates to a system for the automatic guidance of vehicles by means of the detection of changes in the dielectric properties in a pre-recorded guide-rail, where the dielectric changes are detected by a high-resolution radar device and where the control system of the vehicle has the necessary auxiliary means for the conversion thereof into an automatic guidance system, characterised in that the system consists of the following elements: pre-recorded guide-rail (1); device for reading the information; and auxiliary means for controlling the vehicle.
WO/2016/178053 COMPOSITIONS FOR THE TREATMENT OF EPISTAXIS||WO||10.11.2016|
||PCT/IB2015/001451||LOZINSKY, Evgenia||LOZINSKY, Evgenia|
A topical composition includes at least one film forming agent; at least one surfactant; at least one non-polar volatile siloxane solvent; and a therapeutically effective concentration of at least one pharmaceutical agent selected from the groups comprising vasoconstrictors and antifibrinolytics, wherein the composition is sufficiently designed to dry within 60 seconds after application to a body surface to form a dried composition, and wherein the dried composition forms: (i) a flexible film, wherein the flexible film closely follows irregularities of the nostril surface as well as movement of the nostril surface, and (ii) a durable film, wherein the durable film does not crack or flake off and remains intact for more than 12 hours giving release of the pharmaceutical agent for an extended period of time.
WO/2016/174668 SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR SECURITY MANAGEMENT OF MULTI-CLIENT BASED DISTRIBUTED STORAGE||WO||03.11.2016|
||PCT/IL2016/050432||Y.G. NOOBAA LTD.||TAMIR, Eran|
There is provided a method of maintaining a security risk level of data objects stored in a distributed system, comprising: estimating a current security risk level of at least one storage unit of each of a plurality of network nodes based on real time monitoring; distributing a plurality of data objects among the at least one storage units of the plurality of network nodes according to the current security risk level such that a minimal security requirement of each data object is complied with; detecting a change in the current security risk level of the at least one storage unit; and creating a new copy of at least one of the data objects for storage on a different network node such that the minimal security requirement of each data object is maintained.
WO/2016/163278 COVERING MATERIAL STRIPPING METHOD AND STRIPPING DEVICE USING ION IRRADIATION||WO||13.10.2016|
||PCT/JP2016/060257||SHINMAYWA INDUSTRIES, LTD.||REMNEV G. Alexey|
The present invention addresses the problem of providing a stripping method allowing a tool, a mechanical component, or the like, which has been coated with an inorganic material such as PCD (polycrystalline diamond), to be stripped in a manner that enables regeneration and use thereof. This stripping method allows stripping to be executed at an economical speed with no dead angle occurring readily with respect to the base material to be stripped (covering material) during ion irradiation, and with no brittle phase occurring readily in the base material (metal member) due to the temperature.
The problem can be solved by the stripping method of peeling off a coating from a metal member by irradiating an ion flow (7) onto a covering material (1) resulting from the attachment of the coat comprising an inorganic material on the surface of the metal member. The stripping method is characterized by: setting the covering material (1) in an ion flow concentrated portion (7A) where two or more ion flows (7) overlap; and irradiating the ion flows (7) onto the covering material (1) without applying a positive/negative bias onto the covering material (1).