WO/2016/194017 SYSTEM FOR MANAGING ACCESS TO SHARED REGION||WO||08.12.2016|
||PCT/JP2015/002724||KAWASAKI JUKOGYO KABUSHIKI KAISHA||KURAOKA, Shuhei|
This access management system (7) for managing access by an operator to a region (13) that is shared by the operator and a robot (20) is provided with display lights (31-34) respectively installed in at least four directions as viewed from the center of the shared region (13), a door (27) for opening and closing a gate (26) of the shared region (13), a lock device (28) for locking and unlocking the door (27), and a control device (30) for controlling the display lights (31-34) and lock mechanism (28) in accordance with the movements of the robot (20).
WO/2016/194018 ILLUMINATION DEVICE AND MEASUREMENT DEVICE||WO||08.12.2016|
||PCT/JP2015/002736||OLYMPUS CORPORATION||WATANABE, Daichi|
An illumination device that is provided with: a light source part that includes a semiconductor laser 101 that emits coherent light; a polarized-light separation part that includes rutile 111, a 1/2 phase-difference film 112, and rutile 113 and that separates the optical paths of incident light by polarization direction; and a projected polarized-light switching structure that includes a 1/2 wavelength plate unit 105, a 1/4 wavelength plate unit 107, and a polarizing film 114 and that switches light that is incident from the polarized light separation part and then projected between a polarized component for light that has been separated by the polarized light separation part and that has passed through each of the optical paths and a polarized component for light that has passed through any single light path. The present invention can thereby provide a small illumination device wherein the same light source and optical system are used for both observational illumination and measurement illumination. The present invention can also thereby provide a measurement device that uses the illumination device.
WO/2016/194019 INTERFERENCE FRINGE PROJECTION DEVICE AND MEASUREMENT DEVICE||WO||08.12.2016|
||PCT/JP2015/002762||OLYMPUS CORPORATION||WATANABE, Daichi|
An interference fringe projection device that is provided with: a light source part 101-105 that selectively emits light that is from a coherent light source 101 from one of a plurality of light-emission parts; a polarized-wave-maintaining waveguide unit that has a plurality of PANDA fibers 106-108 (polarized-wave-maintaining waveguides) that respectively guide light that is emitted from one of the plurality of light-emission parts; a polarized-light separation part 111-113 that separates the optical paths of light emitted from the PANDA fibers 106-108 by polarization direction; and a polarizing film 114 that, for the light that is separated by the polarized-light separation part, transmits only a plane-polarized component for a specific direction. The light source part emits, to at least one of the PANDA fibers 106-108, only plane-polarized light that is parallel to one polarized-wave-maintenance direction. The polarized-wave-maintaining waveguide unit makes the light emitted from each of the PANDA fibers 106-108 have a different retardation.
WO/2016/194020 DRUM TYPE TRASH RETAINING DEVICE||WO||08.12.2016|
||PCT/JP2015/002796||SHINMAYWA INDUSTRIES, LTD.||TANAKA, Hikaru|
A drum type trash retaining device (1) is equipped with: a drum (2) which has an input port (21) and a discharge port (22), and is configured to retain trash therein; an electric motor (3) which is configured to rotate the drum (2); a power conversion unit (41) which has an inverter circuit (413), and is configured to supply AC power to the electric motor (3); and a control unit (42) which is configured to control the rotation of the drum (2) by adjusting the AC power to be supplied from the power conversion unit (41) to the electric motor (3). The control unit (42) has a retention amount determination unit (422) which determines the amount of trash in the drum (2), on the basis of the DC output voltage in the power conversion unit (41), while the drum (2) is being rotated by the supply of AC power from the power conversion unit to the electric motor (3).
WO/2016/194021 TOILET DEVICE||WO||08.12.2016|
||PCT/JP2015/002801||PANASONIC INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT CO., LTD.||MURAKAMI, Toru|
Provided is a toilet device configured so that the toilet device body and a room where the toilet device body is installed can be easily cleaned. The toilet device of one embodiment of the present invention is provided with: a toilet device body (1); a bowl section (11) provided to the toilet device body (1); a water supply passage (18) provided to the toilet device body (1); and a branching section (5) connected to the water supply passage (18). The branching section (5) includes: a first connection opening (51) connected to the water supply passage (18) of the toilet device body (1); a second connection opening (52) configured so that a shower device (6) is connected thereto; and a third connection opening (53) configured so that running water is supplied thereto.
WO/2016/194022 OBJECT MANAGEMENT METHOD AND OBJECT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM||WO||08.12.2016|
||PCT/JP2015/002825||NIPPON DRY-CHEMICAL CO., LTD.||HASE, Tetsuyuki|
Disclosed is an object management method wherein: a pair of RFID tags (11, 12) are attached to an object to be managed; tag information stored in each of the RFID tags is read by a reading device (13); and the state of the object is managed by an object management system (14). The object management method is characterized by managing the object by executing: a step wherein, the object management system (14) receives the tag information of the pair of RFID tags, said tag information having been read by the reading device (13), and determines whether the pair of tag information thus received is provided with a predetermined pair relationship; and a step, wherein the pair of tag information is received, and in the cases where the tag information are in the pair relationship, it is determined that the object to which the pair of RFID tags are attached is in a normal state, and in the cases where the pair relationship is not provided, it is determined that the object to which the RFID tags are attached is in an abnormal state.
WO/2016/194023 METHOD AND DEVICE FOR DETERMINING LIQUEFACTION BY IN-SITU TEST||WO||08.12.2016|
||PCT/JP2015/002829||KIM, Chol-Ho||KIM, Chol-Ho|
[Problem] To provide a method and device whereby ground having a high possibility of liquefaction can be determined economically and with high reliability. [Solution] In the present invention, a standard penetration test and a machine body provided with a device capable of penetrating the ground with a sampler are used. The standard penetration test is first performed, and a stratum having a high possibility of liquefaction is estimated from the resultant N value. A sampler is caused to penetrate near the test position, and a vibrational acceleration is imparted in a state in which a sample of the stratum having high liquefaction is taken into the sampler, after which the sampler is drawn up and the sample is obtained.
WO/2016/194024 ANTIGIARDIAL AGENT||WO||08.12.2016|
||PCT/JP2015/004847||POLA PHARMA INC.||MASUDA, Takaaki|
The present invention aims to provide an agent for the treatment of giardiasis. Provided is an antigiardial agent that includes a compound represented by general formula (1) and/or a salt thereof. The antigiardial agent is preferably for the treatment of infection with giardia, which parasites inside intestines, and the compound represented by general formula (1) and/or the salt thereof are preferably grounded. The grounded compound and/or the salt thereof preferably have an average particle size of from 1 to 1000 μm. General Formula (1) (In the formula, R1 and R2 each independently represent a hydrogen atom or a halogen atom, provided that at least one of R1 and R2 is a halogen atom.)
WO/2016/194025 LINEAR PARAMETER VARIATION MODEL ESTIMATION SYSTEM, METHOD, AND PROGRAM||WO||08.12.2016|
||PCT/JP2015/004883||NEC CORPORATION||ETO, Riki|
An initial value determination means 71 determines an initial value of a scheduling parameter of a target system. Further, a convergence determination means 75 determines whether or not the value of a predetermined evaluation function has converged. Until it is determined that the value of the predetermined evaluation function has converged, a state variable calculation means 72 calculates the value of a state variable, a regression coefficient calculation means 73 calculates the value of a regression coefficient, and a scheduling parameter prediction model derivation means derives a scheduling parameter prediction model and repeatedly calculates the value of a scheduling parameter. When the value of the predetermined evaluation function converges, a model estimation means 76 estimates a linear parameter variation model of the target system on the basis of the value of the state variable and the value of the scheduling parameter at that time.
WO/2016/194026 PRESSURE SENSOR||WO||08.12.2016|
||PCT/JP2015/005853||CANON KASEI KABUSHIKI KAISHA||YAMADA, Akihisa|
This pressure sensor has at least a conductive member, an electrode member, and a non-conductive coating member. The conductive member at least has an elastic layer and a conductive layer. The electrode member has a flexible and non-conductive electrode base material, and an electrode pattern part and an input/output wiring part which are disposed on one surface of the electrode base material. The electrode pattern part is disposed opposingly to the conductive layer. The outer peripheral end of the electrode base material located outside the outer peripheral end of the electrode pattern part is locked and fixed to the conductive member. The non-conductive coating member is located on the other surface side of the electrode base material, and is fixed to at least one portion of the outer edge of the conductive member located outside the locked and fixed section. A gap is formed between the conductive member and the electrode pattern part when pressure is not applied thereto, and the maximum distance of the gap is 50-150 µm, inclusive.