WO/2015/127491 MONITORING SYSTEM||WO||03.09.2015|
||PCT/AU2014/000171||MONASH UNIVERSITY||ZUKERMAN, Ingrid|
A monitoring system for monitoring activity of a user in a physical environment having one or more regions, the monitoring system including one or more sensors for detecting movement of the user in each region; a data logger for logging each sensor event, the time of the event and the region in which movement was detected; and a user inactivity detector configured to determine, for each region, whether the time elapsed since a last detected event is an outlier in a distribution of transition times between consecutive detected sensor events for that region, the outlier being indicative of abnormal user inactivity.
WO/2015/127504 IMPROVEMENTS IN PLANT CULTIVATION APPARATUS||WO||03.09.2015|
||PCT/AU2015/050008||THE DECOR CORPORATION PTY LTD||ARMISTEAD, Justin|
An inner container (not shown) having front, rear and side walls, is placed within an outer container (100) of complementary shape, but typically leaving a space between the containers. The outer container (100) has an aperture (106) in a side Wall.
WO/2015/127505 ASSESSING LEARNING OF USERS||WO||03.09.2015|
||PCT/AU2015/050031||MOORE THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE COUNCIL||WAUGH, Shane|
This disclosure is related to assessing learning of users and in particular, to assess other knowledge than fact knowledge. A computer system for assessing learning of a user comprises an input module to receive from the user a first indication associated with each of multiple electronic evidence items of a relationship between that electronic evidence item and a theory, and a second indication of whether the theory is correct. The system further comprises a processor to determine a learning credit for the second indication based on the first indication associated with each electronic evidence item and the second indication, and to store on a data store assessment data indicative of the learning credit awarded to the user. A user may choose the wrong answer for whether the theory is correct but if this answer is consistent with the assessment of the evidence items, a learning credit can still be awarded.
WO/2015/127502 ANIMAL TRAINING AIDS AND TOYS||WO||03.09.2015|
||PCT/AU2015/000112||MY CLEVER DOG PTY LTD||CAMPBELL, George Giles|
The invention provides an animal training aid or toy for use in scent based animal training or activities. The aid or toy comprises: a housing comprising an interior cavity configured to contain a scented material that releases substantially no scent that is desirable to the animal in an unactivated state and releases a scent that is desirable to the animal in an activated state; one or more vents on an external surface of the housing, each vent in communication with the interior cavity so that a scent from the scented material can be released from the interior cavity to the exterior of the housing where it can be detected by the animal; and an activator for activating the scented material from the unactivated state to the activated state, the activator being operable from the external surface of the housing.
WO/2015/127513 ROTARY VANE APPARATUS||WO||03.09.2015|
||PCT/AU2015/050081||FLENCHE, Karin||FLENCHE, George|
There is provided a rotary vane motor for use with a pressurised flow of fluid. The rotary vane motor includes a chamber with an inlet and an outlet, a rotor rotatably held within the chamber and attached to a drive shaft, wherein the rotor has an annular shaped portion spaced apart from the drive shaft, slots extending outwardly through the annular shaped portion with slidable vanes positioned therein, and a cam rigidly held within the chamber, intermediate of the annular shaped portion of the rotor and the drive shaft, wherein each of the slidable vanes can simultaneously abut or be positioned adjacent both an outer surface of the cam and a wall of the chamber during rotation of the rotor to thereby form working compartments, wherein the wall of the chamber acts as a second or inverted cam.
WO/2015/127501 COMBINATION METHOD FOR TREATMENT OF CANCER||WO||03.09.2015|
||PCT/AU2015/000111||VIRALYTICS LIMITED||SHAFREN, Darren|
The invention relates to methods of treating tumours comprising delivering an oncolytic virus or oncolytic viral RNA via direct injection or systemic administration or intravesicular administration to the tumour or cancer in combination with the co-administration of an immuno-stimulatoiy agent via the systemic route to a mammal.
WO/2015/127509 METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR FORMING PROFILED ARTICLES||WO||03.09.2015|
||PCT/AU2015/050071||SNS UNICORP PTY. LTD.||DING, Shichao|
The present invention provides an apparatus (40) for forming a profiled article (46) comprising: a forming path (41) through which a blank of deformable material to be formed into the profiled article passes; a pair of complementary and opposing body forming die members (45, 45') adapted to travel along the forming path (41); and a drive (44, 44') that facilitates travel of the body forming die members (45, 45') along the forming path (41), wherein the pair of body forming die members (45, 45') is adapted to act on the blank of deformable material independently to form a desired profile on the blank. Locating elements (75) that locate the blanks may be provided. A method of forming material is also provided. Further, there is provided a length of deformable material for use with the apparatus.
WO/2015/127511 BIPOLAR BATTERY ELECTRODE HAVING IMPROVED CARBON SURFACES AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING SAME||WO||03.09.2015|
||PCT/AU2015/050076||REDFLOW R&D PTY LTD||WINTER, Alexander Rudolf|
An electrode and a method of manufacturing an electrode for a flowing electrolyte battery enable improved robustness and reduced manufacturing costs of bipolar electrodes for flowing electrolyte batteries. The electrode includes a polymer sheet having a first side and a second side; a graphite layer on the first side; and an activated carbon layer on the second side.
WO/2015/127506 A TRANSPORTABLE BUILDING||WO||03.09.2015|
||PCT/AU2015/050049||MIIHOME IP PTY LTD||LEA, John Wheeley|
A transportable modular building including: a floor module; an expandable wall module is provided for expanding and then fastening to the floor module; one or more footings support the floor module, the footings are height adjustable and can provide a space beneath the floor module where an anchor for anchoring the building can be located.
||PCT/AU2015/000095||POWA CORPORATION PTY LTD||KHOURY, Edward Joseph|
A screen (10) comprising a plurality of connected modules (12), wherein horizontal sides (18, 19) of sections of connected modules (12) are pivotally connected to adjacent sections of modules (12) such that the screen (10) may move from an extended position to a collapsed position by pivoting of adjacent sections in a concertina like fashion.