WO/2016/015082 SECURITY AND MEDICAL RESPONSE MOBILE APPLICATION.||WO||04.02.2016|
||PCT/AU2014/000777||VIGNOGNA, Giovanni ||VIGNOGNA, Giovanni |
The present invention relates to a security and medical application for a portable computing device such as a smart phone or the like. The application enables a user to relay information about their safety and medical well being and current location etc. back to a central location or selected emergency contact via the use of one or more soft buttons. Additionally the application provides a polling function where on the expiry of a pre-set time period the application prompts the user to enter user credentials (i.e. user name, password and security digit etc.) to validate the user. In the event that the user is not validated the system initiates an alarm condition. Alternatively if the credential entry is cancelled via a key press the device continuously sends location information to the system until the user logs out of the application.
WO/2016/015083 MULTI-DIRECTIONAL STRIKING GLOVE||WO||04.02.2016|
||PCT/AU2014/050183||ALEXUS, Sama ||ALEXUS, Sama |
A glove for use in body contact sports, and vocations requiring body contact training. The glove includes a generally spherical exterior surface configured to minimise disproportionate impact against a target due to irregular surface shape, and an internal handle having a gripping surface around a majority of the central longitudinal axis of the handle.
WO/2016/015096 APP TO APP PAYMENT||WO||04.02.2016|
||PCT/AU2015/050287||CARDLINK SERVICES LIMITED ||BROWN, Keith |
This disclosure relates to facilitating payment by a payer using a payee application installed on a mobile communication device. The device detects an interaction by the payer with respect to the payee application to initiate a payment. In response to detecting the interaction, the device selects one of multiple payment applications installed on the mobile communication device and activates the one of the multiple payment applications to allow the payer to interact with the one of the multiple payment applications using a graphical user interface provided by the one of the multiple payment applications. Finally, the device sends payment data associated with the payment from the payee application to the one of the multiple payment applications to facilitate the payment. The payer can interact with the trusted payment application, which is an advantage over other payment methods where the payer provides credit card numbers directly to the payee.
WO/2016/015102 SHELVING SYSTEM||WO||04.02.2016|
||PCT/AU2015/050428||COOPER, David James ||COOPER, David James |
A shelving system (10) comprising a plurality of tubular posts (12) and a plurality of rail segments (72) securable parallel to the posts (14). Each of the rail segments (72) comprises an elongate member having a U-shaped cross section such that the rail segment includes a central wall (74) and first and second side walls (76, 77) such that the posts (12) are received between the first and second side walls (76, 77) and wherein the rail segments (72) include apertures (46) along the lengths thereof to receive tracks (48) for supporting drawers (51).
WO/2016/015104 A SUPPORT DEVICE||WO||04.02.2016|
||PCT/AU2015/050430||SAS SAFETY SYSTEMS HOLDINGS PTY LTD ||STIBILJ, Paul |
A support device for a harness includes a dorsal member configured for arrangement on a dorsal region of a wearer and for operative engagement with the harness in a position in which the dorsal member is interposed between straps of the harness and the dorsal region of the wearer, the dorsal member having an upper portion, a lower portion and an intermediate portion interposed between the upper and lower portions. A neck support member extends from the upper portion of the dorsal member and is configured to support a neck of the wearer when the dorsal member is arranged on the dorsal region of the wearer. The dorsal member has a profile that corresponds to a generic side profile of a thoracic spine of the wearer and the neck member extends backwardly from the upper portion of the dorsal member, such that the dorsal member can distribute pressure exerted by the straps and the neck support member can cradle the neck and support the head in a tilted back condition.
||PCT/AU2015/000452||INTEGRITY ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS PTY LTD ||BROWN, Ian Warren |
A member (10), for bearing a load, including a load receiving portion (12) at which the load is applicable to the member. A strainable portion (14) is connected to the load receiving portion to be strained by the load. A datum (16a) is defined and an elongate portion (18) defines another datum (18a). The datums are arranged such that relative displacement therebetween indicates an amount by which the strainable portion is strained. The strainable portion defines the datum.
WO/2016/015100 A COMPUTING DEVICE, SYSTEM, METHOD, COMPUTER PROGRAM AND DATA SIGNAL ARRANGED TO FACILITATE THE DISPLAY OF INFORMATION||WO||04.02.2016|
||PCT/AU2015/050426||BETWEEN THE FLAGS (AUST) PTY LTD ||LOCKWOOD, David |
A system for generating an interface, comprising a computing system including a processor arranged to execute an algorithm which includes at least one rule; wherein the algorithm utilises the rule and at least one parameter value to allocate an element of an interface to the display of a representation of at least one item.
WO/2016/015093 A DOWN THE HOLE HAMMER AND SYSTEMS AND COMPONENTS THEREOF||WO||04.02.2016|
||PCT/AU2015/000456||IGNIS TECHNOLOGIES PTY LTD ||BOSWELL, Peter Warwick |
A down the hole hammer (10) incorporates: an inner tube assembly (100); a fluid flow control system (200); a bit retaining system (400); a porting sleeve (600); and a piston (700). Each of the: inner tube assembly (100); fluid flow control system (200); bit retaining system (400); porting sleeve (600); and piston (700) in their own right provide benefit to the overall operation and/or reliability of the hammer (10).
WO/2016/015095 A METHOD FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF IMMUNOTHERAPY-DRUG COMBINATIONS USING A NETWORK APPROACH||WO||04.02.2016|
||PCT/AU2015/000458||THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA ||LESTERHUIS, Willem Joost |
This invention relates to systems and methods for evaluating the differentiality of a set of discrete random variables between two or more conditions, such as a malignant condition responding to treatment regime and one that is not. It also provides for the identification and selection of drugs that act in coordinated manner to phenocopy a genetic network of a malignant condition that responds to at least an immune checkpoint blockade agent.
WO/2016/015087 SUPPORT SYSTEM AND STRUCTURE SUPPORTED THEREBY||WO||04.02.2016|
||PCT/AU2015/000444||LEE, Damian Kevin ||LEE, Damian Kevin |
A weighted support assembly for supporting an upright post. The support assembly comprises: - a base frame comprising: - an elongate base member attached to the post and extending outwards from the post; and - a plurality of upright elongate members ascending from the base member; - a plurality of weights stacked in layers upon the base member; and - a top frame comprising: - an elongate top member attached to the post and extending outwards from the post above the base member; and - a plurality of elongate members descending from the top member. The ascending members engage telescopically with corresponding said descending members, and each said weight defines a hole therethrough which is penetrated by at least one of said ascending or descending members.