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1. WO/2016/132161 METHOD THAT DETECTS AREAS OF ACTIVE FIRE HOTSPOTS IN REAL-TIME, CALCULATES THE MOST PROBABLE IGNITION POINT AND ASSESSES FIRE PROBABILITY INDICATORS, USING SATELLITE IMAGES AND FUEL DATA.WO25.08.2016
G06K 9/00
PCT/GR2016/000005KONTOES, CharalamposKONTOES, Charalampos
In brief, it is a method of monitoring wildfires and detecting ignition points in real- time using satellite images and vegetation fuel data. The method belongs to the fields of remote sensing and digital image analysis. The method addresses the issue of the low spatial resolution of satellite images that are used to monitor fires by combining satellite images with vegetation fuel data, as well as data of topography and meteorology. The satellite image is separated using an automated algorithm implemented for digital processing, into burning and non-burning sub-pixels. Subsequently, based on fuel data, vegetation density and topography datasets that have better spatial resolution than the satellite image, pixels of satellite imagery are divided into sub-pixels of smaller dimension, thus illustrating and representing sub-areas of fire observation with higher spatial resolution for which a fire probability indicator is being calculated. Then, taking into account the flammability information of each sub-pixel as well as meteorological data, the most probable ignition point for each fire event is estimated. After applying a fire dispersion model initialized from the calculated fire ignition point using topography, vegetation fuel and meteorology data, the fire dispersion is computed and based on that, the fire probability indicator is re-estimated as well.

2. WO/2016/132162 EYEGLASSES AND SUNGLASSES FIXING DEVICE.WO25.08.2016
G02C 3/04
PCT/GR2016/000006ANOGIATIS, MihailANOGIATIS, Mihail
A fixing device of sunglasses or eyeglasses which consists of a flat element of different shapes and a hook with a knob which fixes it to the flat element, which, after having been fixed on it, is used for hanging the sunglasses and the eyeglasses through their arm, the said device being fixed on the user's clothing through the hook.

3. WO/2016/128780 MAGNETIC MOTORWO18.08.2016
H02K 53/00
PCT/GR2016/000004MANDILAS, A. GeorgeMANDILAS, A. George
The idea refers to a magnetic motor which uses no energy source. Its supported on two bases by the use of bearings (3) and (3) on his axle (1), bearing a magnetic rotor (1) with 6 magnets on each indentation line of its circumference with absolute dimensions for the right pulling/ attraction to take place and in- between gap on special positions on the rotor (l)'s magnet surface. The rotor (1) is pulled on a torque by the 8 magnets (5) of the periphery which are bolted on their frames on the exterior diameter of the motor's circumference bases (3), (3). Those eight exterior magnets, having a special embodied pulling pace (5) on each point of the 6- line magnet (16), pull/ attract and continue onto the next magnet line of the rotor (1) for the pulling and bending in absolute continuation of the pulling pace from the 8 pulling magnets (5). The eight lateral magnets (5), mounted at an oblique crosswise angle of 20° to the straight line of the rotor (l)'s magnets, cause magnetic turbines at the indentation sides (17) as to promote the pulling continuation at each 4 lines of indentation. The magnetic motor fluctuates RPM from a magnetic rod (10) precisely positioned between two exterior pulling magnets of Δ shape. With the rod (11) and the magnet (10) the magnetic motor fluctuates RPM and brakes to stops the magnetic motor.

4. WO/2016/124952 METHOD AND SYSTEM THAT PUTS OUT FIRES WITH THE USE OF HELICOPTERSWO11.08.2016
A62C 3/02
PCT/GR2016/000002NIKOLOPOULOS, VasileiosNIKOLOPOULOS, Vasileios
In case of a fire outbreak, the fleet of the helicopters is immediately informed which directly rushes to the spot of the fire. According to the invention, the helicopters are equipped with mechanisms that launch fire extinguishing materials. The helicopters afford a mechanism that creates-produces snow, fog. When the helicopters arrive to the spot of the fire, they do a circular deployment, they start launching and moistening all the untouched points with fire extinguishing material (3) around the focus of the fire and then the fire focus is beaten (4). Gradually, as the fire is put out, the ringer of the helicopters is being eliminated. Laser beams can be used as a method of fire extinguishing, that is to send a strong laser beam to the fire spot in order to create a wall along the fire preventing the latter to expand.

5. WO/2016/124953 MODULAR FIBER REINFORCED PLASTIC POLESWO11.08.2016
E04H 12/02
PCT/GR2016/000003COMPOSITE TECHNOLOGIES LTDCHRONIS, Panagiotis
Modular fiber reinforced plastic (FRP) poles, suitable for distribution of electricity, telecommunications, lighting and all the other uses relevant to the poles, consisting of successive concave parts of constant cross section (tubes) of various shapes, corresponding annular joints and cap, which are joined together adhesively or/and mechanically. Production method of the poles of the invention, consisting of the assembly of the individual parts, which can be produced industrially in a cost effective manner by the methods of pultrusion (concave parts - tubes) and compression molding (annular joints and cap). Use of the poles of the invention, which can be provided either fully assembled or as a modular product into separate individual parts, packaged in such a way in order to save storage and transportation space and accompanied by the necessary materials, tools and manuals for their assembly and installation on-site.

6. WO/2016/113579 METHOD TO PREVENT AIRCRAFT STALLING - ANTI STALL EQUIPMENTWO21.07.2016
B64C 21/04
PCT/GR2016/000001KASTANAS, KonstantinosKASTANAS, Konstantinos
Method of prevention - avoiding aircraft stalling, mostly due to bad weather conditions and minimizing cruising speed, by placing a device that is able to produce and deliver continuously the appropriate amount of smooth air flow to the upper part of the wings and at the junction of the root of the wings with the main body of the aircraft, capable to replace the possible turbulent air flow accompanying the detachment molecules from the wings of the aircraft with smooth analogue like, thus avoiding roaming in a stalling situation. The device shall be connected to the proper air flow detector, and even to the weather detector, which already exist on advanced aircrafts, and whenever required, it will be activated and will produce the appropriate amount of smooth air flow, that of similar density and speed for each time required to maintain the necessary lift, regardless of variable weather conditions or other phenomena, as discussed above, and eventually channel it at the upper part of the wings.

7. WO/2016/087882 PHOTOVOLTAIC THERMAL ENERGY MANAGER WITH HEAT ABSORBERWO09.06.2016
F24J 2/46
PCT/GR2015/000061FILIPPIDIS, Michail FILIPPIDIS, Michail
The Photovoltaic Thermal Energy Manager with Heat Absorber refers to a self-powered, with Photovoltaic generators, thermal energy system device, which manages thermal energy and absorbs excess heat generated in a thermal energy system avoiding vaporization. The system device consists of: a) electronic cooler switch (1), b) a differential switch (2), c) a three-way electric valve (3), d) an air/water heat exchanger (4), e) a fan (5), f) a degasser (6), g) a circulator (7), h) a flow regulator (8), i) a filling system (9), g) a safety valve (10), k) photovoltaic generators (11,12,13), I) a temporary vessel (14), m) a box (15) and finally n) temperature sensors (16,17,18).

8. WO/2016/087883 MULTIHIVEWO09.06.2016
A01K 47/00
PCT/GR2015/000062DAFNIS, Georgios DAFNIS, Georgios
The "MULTIHIVE" is a variant of the modern hive, is square, fits twelve frames and consists of the bottom board (1), the super (2 or 3) and the cover (4). The super can be rotated by 360° and divided, so that into each section to fit six frames or four and eight or five and seven frames. The division is accomplished by placing an appropriate separation under the objective of the simultaneous maintenance and development of two or more honeybee colonies. Its advantage is that the simultaneous development of more honeybee colonies into the same hive allows the placement of more honeybee colonies to a lesser extent, resulting in having more worker bees. Consequently, the collection of honey (foragers) becomes more efficient when time and weather conditions are not favourable; the queens breeding and royal jelly production (nurses) becomes more efficient as well during short flowering periods, as is for example the heather flowering period (autumn). There are also more cycles of queens breeding and royal jelly production.

9. WO/2016/083853 OLIVE-BASED DIETARY METHOD FOR PIGSWO02.06.2016
A23K 10/30
PCT/GR2015/000057FOTIADIS, Nikolaos FOTIADIS, Nikolaos
An olive-based dietary method for pigs, according to which pigs, from the sixth to the twelfth month of life, feed on specific quantities of ground plant products every day, such as barley, corn, bran and rice flour, to which olives are added by a percentage that makes up 20% to 30% of the overall quantity of their daily food intake. The aforementioned dietary method results in the balanced growth of pigs, whose meat has substantially lower levels of saturated fats, while at the same time being rich in poly-unsaturated fatty acids, such as linoleic acid and alpha-linolenic acid (omega-3 and omega-6), which have been proven to benefit the human body as an antidote against the increase of cholesterol.

10. WO/2016/083852 ELECTROACOUSTIC BOUZOUKI WITH PERFORATED VESSELWO02.06.2016
G10H 3/18
PCT/GR2015/000051PALAVRATZIS, Athanasios PALAVRATZIS, Athanasios
Electroacoustic bouzouki with perforated vessel, for excercise as well as for concerts having a neck (1) which reaches until tailpiece (2), head (3), tuning keys for fastening strings (4), electromagnet (5) and bridge (6) on the front part (7) over which the strings pass (4), preamplifier (9) and amplifier (10) in its body, output (12). of electric signal and battery (16), bearing, a rear part called vessel (13). The vessel carries on its surface at least one user-defined opening of any shape and is mounted on the front part (7) of the body by gluing or screwing. The best use of the electroacoustic bouzouki with perforated vessel takes place when the number of openings ranges from 2 to 6.


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