WO/2015/029005 STANDING WHEELCHAIR||WO||05.03.2015|
||PCT/IL2013/050953||GOFFER, Amit||GOFFER, Amit|
A standing wheelchair device includes a wheeled base for enabling the device to move on a supporting surface. A harness assembly includes a plurality of braces for attaching to parts of a body of a user of the device, at least some adjacent braces of being connected by joints. A lifting unit mounted on the base, supports a hip joint of the harness assembly, and is configured to raise or lower the hip joint. When the user is attached to the harness assembly and is in a sitting position, raising a height of the hip joint causes the user to assume a standing position. When the when the user is attached to the harness assembly and is in a standing position, lowering the hip joint causes the user to assume a sitting or reclining position.
WO/2015/029009 HARD METAL CUTTING TOOL HOLDER BLADE AND CUTTING TOOL HAVING SUCH HOLDER BLADE||WO||05.03.2015|
||PCT/IL2014/050565||ISCAR LTD.||HECHT, Gil|
A cutting tool holder blade (100,101) is formed of hard metal such as cemented carbide, the cutting tool holder blade (100,101) having a front plane (F), a perpendicular mid-plane (P). An insert pocket (104) of the holder blade (100,101) has a base jaw (106) and a clamping jaw (110) resiliently connected to the base jaw (106) in a unitary one piece construction. The base jaw (106) has a base jaw abutment surface (108) and the clamping jaw (110) has a clamping surface (112) facing opposite the base jaw abutment surface (108), and an insert stop surface (114). A curved inner surface (116) extends from the base jaw abutment surface(108) towards and along the clamping jaw (110), the curved inner surface (116) having a front extremity portion (118). The clamping jaw (110) is narrowed down adjacent the front extremity portion (118), such that the clamping surface (112) overhangs the front extremity portion (118) of the curved inner surface (116), in a direction towards the base jaw (106) and away from the front plane (F).
WO/2015/029008 DETACHABLE CUTTING TOOL SEGMENT WITH RESILIENT CLAMPING AND CUTTING TOOL THEREFOR||WO||05.03.2015|
||PCT/IL2014/050564||ISCAR LTD.||HECHT, Gil|
A cutting tool segment (100) can be detachably mounted in a segment pocket (154) of a cutting tool (150). Each cutting tool segment (100) has a longitudinal segment axis (A) extending in a rearward to forward direction (DF, DR) and upper and lower ends (102, 104), located on opposite sides of the segment axis (A). The lower end (104) has two spaced apart lower abutment surfaces (108, 110). An insert retention portion (112) is formed in the upper end (102), at a forward end (114) of the cutting tool segment (100). A resilient retention arm (116) is formed in the upper end (102), rearwardly spaced apart from the insert retention portion (112). The retention arm (116) has an upper abutment surface (118). In a side view of the cutting tool segment (100), the upper and lower abutment surfaces (118, 108, 110) are linear. A cutting tool (150) comprising at least one such cutting tool segment (100) detachably mounted in a segment pocket (154) formed at the peripheral surface (156) of a tool holder body (152) is also claimed.
WO/2015/029010 STRUCTURAL ASSEMBLY AND METHOD OF ASSEMBLY THEREOF||WO||05.03.2015|
||PCT/IL2014/050595||I.G. CARDBOARD TECHNOLOGIES LTD.||GAFNI, Izhar|
Assemblies comprising first and second assembly members attached to one another via a connection arrangement and methods for forming such assemblies.
WO/2015/029016 LOCATION ACCURACY IMPROVEMENT METHOD AND SYSTEM USING NETWORK ELEMENTS RELATIONS AND SCALING METHODS||WO||05.03.2015|
||PCT/IL2014/050750||WEFIND - TECH.LTD,||KLEIN, Ofer|
A self-learning location monitor system comprising: a. a plurality of N devices D, each device Di comprising a communication module configured to communicate with at least one other device Dj≠i within a predetermined rangei of device Di; the device Di may be characterized by a grade Gi according to its accuracy of location; b. a location detection module configured to detect location of the N devices; c. a non-transitory CRM in communication with the N devices; According to one embodiment the CRM is configured to change grade Gi according to at least one other grade Gj≠i of at least one other device Dj≠i within range Ri. According to another embodiment the instructions are to change range Ri of at least one device Di located in other range Rk≠i of other device Dk≠i according to the other range Rk≠i.
WO/2015/029018 ROBOTIC SYSTEM FOR COMPOUNDING MEDICATION||WO||05.03.2015|
||PCT/IL2014/050753||EQUASHIELD MEDICAL LTD.||KRIHELI, Marino|
The invention is a system designed to assist a hospital pharmacy in the compounding of medications comprising hazardous drugs. The system comprising: a safety cabinet, at least two robotic arm assemblies configured to simultaneously move vials and syringes within the safety cabinet, a plurality of cameras each installed at a specific location in the safety cabinet or on the robotic arm assemblies, and a processor. Each of the cameras is dedicated to provide real time digital images of the stage of the preparation process carried out at its location. Dedicated software and algorithms in the system processor allow almost all steps in the compounding process to be carried out automatically by the robotic arm assemblies without intervention by the operator or a supervisor and the cameras and imaging process algorithms are adapted to provide real-time feedback control of all stages of the compounding process.
WO/2015/029019 SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR PAD PRINTING||WO||05.03.2015|
||PCT/IL2014/050754||TECHNION RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION LIMITED.||SHNEIDER, Yacov|
An apparatus for pad printing includes a printing pad. A textured transfer member is configured to be pressed alternately by the printing pad against an ink carrier and against a substrate so as to transfer an ink pattern to the substrate.
WO/2015/029020 METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR MONITORING, DOCUMENTING AND ASSISTING WITH THE MANUAL COMPOUNDING OF MEDICATIONS||WO||05.03.2015|
||PCT/IL2014/050755||EQUASHIELD MEDICAL LTD.||KRIHELI, Marino|
The invention is a method and system for monitoring, documenting and assisting with the manual preparation and/or administration of medications. The invention accomplishes these goals via constant surveillance of the preparation/administration process using one or more digital cameras and software and hardware that processes the images and compares data from the processed images with information relative to the patient, to the drug components and composition of the medicament, and to non-drug items needed in the preparation that the system automatically or manually retrieves from various sources, e.g. internal or external data banks, from the technician/pharmacist, or by scanning the prescription.
WO/2015/029021 DETECTING UPLINK/DOWNLINK TIME-DIVISION DUPLEXED (TDD) FRAME CONFIGURATIONS TO SYNCHRONIZE TDD DOWNLINK AND UPLINK COMMUNICATIONS BETWEEN TDD COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT||WO||05.03.2015|
||PCT/IL2014/050758||CORNING OPTICAL COMMUNICATIONS WIRELESS LTD.||DADOUN, Daniel|
Detecting uplink/downlink time-division duplexed (TDD) frame configurations in TDD communications signals to synchronize uplink communications from TDD communications units, in one example, embodiments disclosed herein involve detecting uplink/downlink time-division duplexed (TDD) frame configurations employed in downlink TDD communications signals transmitted from a TDD base station. The TDD base station may be configured to provide TDD communications according to a TDD frame to a distributed antenna system. The detected uplink/downlink TDD frame configuration of the downlink TDD communications signals can be used to determine time periods in the TDD frame when downlink communications transmissions are intended and uplink communications transmissions are intended. In this manner, a TDD distributed communications unit can synchronize transmission circuitry transmitting uplink TDD communications signals to the TDD base station in a different time slot(s) from reception of downlink TDD communication signals from the TDD base station to avoid or reduce data loss.
WO/2015/029022 SURFACE SIMULATION||WO||05.03.2015|
||PCT/IL2014/050759||REAL IMAGING LTD.||ARNON, Boaz|
An imaging method comprising: receiving a spatial thermalrepresentation of a curved body section, wherein the spatial thermal representation comprises a thermal image associated with spatial data; and generating a theoretical thermal simulation of the curved body section, wherein said generating of the theoretical thermal simulation is based on the spatial data of the representation and on predetermined thermodynamic logic of a type of the curved body section.