WO/2015/153049 BIOREACTOR SYSTEM FOR STEM CELL EXPANSION||WO||08.10.2015|
||PCT/US2015/018851||SYNTHECON, INC.||NAVRAN, JR., Stephen, S.|
A bioreactor system for stem cell expansion has a fluid-filled reactor chamber in which stem cells are cultured. The culture compartment of the reactor chamber is transversed by a perfusion core with multiple niche-like scaffolds positioned along the length of the perfusion core. The bioreactor system also uses a media gas exchange module that is free standing and does not require its inclusion in a CO2 incubator.
WO/2015/145209 METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR IDENTIFYING DATA SESSIONS AT A VPN GATEWAY||WO||01.10.2015|
||PCT/IB2014/060205||PISMO LABS TECHNOLOGY LIMITED||KWAN, Ying|
Methods and systems for identifying Internet Protocol (IP) data sessions at a VPN gateway. The VPN gateway receives encapsulating packets, wherein the encapsulating packets encapsulate IP packets. A corresponding VPN connection through which the encapsulating packets are received is identified. The VPN gateway decapsulates the encapsulating packets to retrieve the IP packets and performs deep packet inspection (DPI) on the IP packets in order to identify one or more data sessions that the IP packets belong to. A DPI database is updated accordingly, based on, at least in part, the one or more data sessions.
WO/2015/141082 ANTENNA DEVICE AND WIRELESS COMMUNICATION TERMINAL||WO||24.09.2015|
||PCT/JP2014/082806||MURATA MANUFACTURING CO., LTD.||ITO, Hiromitsu|
This antenna device (10) comprises an antenna-coil member (20) and a lead-out member (30). The antenna-coil member (20) has a first substrate (21), and a spiral conductor (22) is formed on the top surface of said first substrate (21). An inside-end conductor (221) is connected to the inside end of the spiral conductor (22), and an outside-end conductor (222) is connected to the outside end of the spiral conductor (22). The lead-out member (30) has a second substrate (31), and first and second lead-out-conductor patterns (322, 332) are formed on the top surface of said second substrate (31). A first end conductor (321) is connected to one end of the first lead-out-conductor pattern (322), and a second end conductor (331) is connected to one end of the second lead-out-conductor pattern (332). The lead-out member (30) is positioned on the top-surface side of the antenna-coil member (20). The inside-end conductor (221) and the first end conductor (321) face each other, as do the outside-end conductor (222) and the second end conductor (331).
WO/2015/135428 MULTIFUNCTIONAL SPOON||WO||17.09.2015|
||PCT/CN2015/073528||PROLIFIC INTERNATIONAL LIMITED||LOK, Hau yi|
Disclosed is a multifunctional spoon, comprising a head (1) made of a soft material; and a handle (4) connected to the head (1), the handle (4) being made of a hard material, and the handle (4) being provided with a first folding portion (5), wherein the head (1) comprises a connecting portion for connecting the head (1) and the handle (4), and wherein the connection portion includes a second folding portion and a third folding portion (3), so as to arrange the multifunctional spoon to be a spoon or a shovel. The multifunctional spoon can be conveniently and easily changed from a spoon to a shovel, or from a shovel to a spoon by virtue of its own material, so that the multifunctional spoon is configured to a dual-use outdoor cooking appliance.
WO/2015/132624 METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR TRANSMITTING AND RECEIVING DATA THROUGH TUNNEL GROUPS||WO||11.09.2015|
||PCT/IB2014/059378||PISMO LABS TECHNOLOGY LIMITED||SUNG, Patrick Ho Wai|
Methods and systems for transmitting and receiving data between a first node and a second node through a first tunnel group and a second tunnel group respectively. The first node transmits data to the second node mainly through a first tunnel group and receives data from the second node mainly through a second tunnel group. In some embodiments, the first node receives first IP packets from one of its LAN interfaces and then transmits encapsulated first IP packets and then are transmitted mainly through a first one or more WAN interfaces to the second node. The first node receives encapsulated second IP packets mainly from the second node through a second one or more of its WAN interfaces. Second IP packets are then decapsulated and transmitted through one of the LAN interfaces of the first node.
WO/2015/132630 METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR FORWARDING DATA||WO||11.09.2015|
||PCT/IB2014/059452||PISMO LABS TECHNOLOGY LIMITED||CHAN, Ho Ming|
Methods and systems for forwarding data between a first network element and a terminal at a management server, comprising the steps of receiving a request from the terminal to communicate with the first network element during a first data session; determining whether a first connection has been established with the first network element; establishing the first connection with the first network element if the first connection has not been established with the first network element; and forwarding data between the first network element and the terminal using the first connection during the first data session.
WO/2015/127539 DEPLOYABLE PLUG SYSTEM||WO||03.09.2015|
||PCT/CA2015/000119||CHAMPLONE, James Richard||CHAMPLONE, James Richard|
There is disclosed a deployable plug system having an elongated handle assembly with a hollow conduit, a distal end with a conduit connector in fluid communication with the conduit and a hinge assembly having a handle mounting body, and a proximal end. A gas control valve is affixed to the handle assembly at the proximal end, is configured to receive pressurized gas from a source of pressurized gas, and has a valve trigger which selectively applies pressurized gas from the source of pressurized gas to the conduit. The deployable plug system also has a bladder assembly having a bladder mounting body removably connectable to the handle mounting body, a bladder attached to the bladder mounting body, a check valve assembly for allowing pressurized gas from the conduit to enter the bladder, and a check valve assembly connector that selectively connects the check valve assembly to the conduit connector.
WO/2015/129014 LINE CONTROL DEVICE AND LINE CONTROL METHOD||WO||03.09.2015|
||PCT/JP2014/054999||HITACHI, LTD.||FUJIWARA Kei|
The present invention addresses the problem of deciding a line control order while taking into consideration the state of on-site equipment such as a switch stand. To solve this problem, the line control device is characterized in being provided with: a storage unit for storing train diagram information including information about train diagrams and delay times, train detail information indicating the line on which each of the trains is to advance, train line information indicating the predicted times when the trains will enter predetermined lines, and line switch stand information correlating the control states of each of the lines and the state of the switch stand at that time; and a calculation processor for executing a process for determining the predicted times when the trains will enter the predetermined lines and storing the times in the train line information, a process for determining the state of the switch stand when a preceding train enters a predetermined line and finding whether or not there is another train line conflicting with the state of the switch stand at that time, and a process for determining a standby time caused by the conflict and calculating a diagram delay time when there is another conflicting train.
WO/2015/126442 DATA PURGE DISTRIBUTION AND COHERENCY||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/US2014/045736||FASTLY, INC.||SPANG, Bruce|
Systems, methods, and software for operating a content delivery system to purge cached content are provided herein. In one example, purge messages are transferred for delivery to content delivery nodes (CDNs) in the content delivery system. The CDNs receive the messages, purge content associated with the messages, and compile purge summaries based on the messages. The CDNs further periodically transfer the purge summaries to one another to compare the messages received, and gather purge information for purge messages that may have been inadvertently missed by the CDNs.
WO/2015/119641 ALL NATURAL, NON-TOXIC SUBLINGUAL DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEMS||WO||13.08.2015|
||PCT/US2014/022054||SCILABS PHARMACEUTICALS||EDALAT, Paul|
All natural non-toxic sublingual delivery systems improve absorption and onset profiles for numerous actives, along with bioavailability and pharmacokinetics results that are better than expected for families of moieties compounds and legacy-patented formulations.