WO/2015/167027 LATRINE APPARATUS||WO||05.11.2015|
||PCT/KE2015/000044||SHAH, Premchand, P. ||SHAH, Premchand, P. |
The invention relates to a latrine apparatus for use as a cover on the floor surface of a pit latrine. The latrine apparatus comprises a slab (10) with a drain hole (25) therein, foot surfaces (12, 17) on each side of the drain hole (25) and a recessed trough (13, 20) between the foot surfaces (12, 17). A lid (30) is provided for covering the drain hole (25) whereof the lid (30) is mounted on the slab (10) through a plug (23) which is fitted in a plughole (24) located adjacent to the drain hole (25) such that the lid (30) can be moved relative to the slab (10) to open or close the drain hole (25).
WO/2015/159996 MEANING OF NAMES AND RINGBACK TONES AUDIO SYSTEM||WO||22.10.2015|
||PCT/KE2014/000041||MAKORI DENIS MAGARE ||MAKORI DENIS MAGARE |
Explanatory and promotional ringback tones audio system for meaning of English and other names, announcements, creating general awareness, description of nature of work, e.g. a domestic worker, wedding messages, self introduction, momentous activities, e.g. relaxing, business promotion, game fan, corporate tunes and adverts, birthday and church invitations. These messages include information that may be useful to the caller, which are up-to-date. Also disclosed is a method of registering with ring back tone service provider, placing caller's profile in a database, calling desired recipient (2), playing the audio tone from audio file database (3a). In one embodiment, once a subscriber subscribes to the system platform, callers who call him are played (3a) the audio file informing them of the subscribed tone of the subscriber they are calling as they wait for the subscriber to pick his call. In one example, the audio ringback tone for a subscriber called Judy will ring as "Judy is now relaxing in the beach".
WO/2015/056816 METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR CONVERSION OF SMART PHONE APPLICATIONS TO BASIC PHONE APPLICATIONS||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/KE2014/000039||INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORPORATION||MIBUARI, Eric|
A system and method is disclosed for converting smart cell phone applications to applications that operate on basic cell phones. The invention has a classifying process that classifies one or more functions of a cell phone application into those functions capable being performing by a basic cell phone and those functions, missing functions, that can not be performed by a basic cell phone. Substitute functions for the missing functions are developed. An emulator monitors the execution of the cell phone application and provides the substitute cell phone functions at points in the execution where a missing function is to be executed. Therefore, the smart phone application is converted into a basic phone application that can be executed by the basic cell phones with reduced functionality. The invention can run on a smart phone or a server. The invention can also be provided as a server based service for basic cell phone users.
WO/2015/025990 AEROPEDALPLANE (CYCLING AIRCRAFT)||WO||26.02.2015|
||PCT/KE2014/000036||MUCHUMA, Thaddaeus, Lebanon||MUCHUMA, Thaddaeus, Lebanon|
Aeropedalplane (2), of the present invention is a cycling Aircraft, which uses a double cycling system. The essential segments of the installation include, the double cycling system, twin arm gearbox (12), transmission gearbox (14), transmission link pipes (13) and the propeller (15). The power for the Aeropedalplane is generated by way of cycling and rotating the power wheels (8) fitted on the double cycling means and via the vie belts (9), the twin arm gearbox (12) receives the powered motion. The motion is then transmitted via gears and shafts, to the propeller (15) which ultimately produces a thrust force to propel, the aircraft (2). The principal use of the present invention is for leisure flying and Air sporting.
WO/2015/023004 PORTABLE BURNER DEVICE AND METHOD||WO||19.02.2015|
||PCT/KE2014/000038||DEVELATECH LIMITED||BAKER, Jonathan|
A portable burner device comprising: a cone-shaped potholder (10) configured to support a cooking pot; a flame hole (12) at the apex of the cone-shaped potholder; a firebox (30) comprising a heat outlet (32) configured to allow heat to escape from the firebox and a fuel inlet (33) configured to receive solid fuel; a firetube (20) configured to enable heat to transfer from the firebox to the cone-shaped potholder via the heat outlet, the firetube comprising: a riser section comprising a top and a base, wherein the top is in communication with the flame hole; and a transfer section intersecting the riser section at its base and further in communication with the heat outlet of the firebox.
WO/2015/023003 OVERBOARD DRIVE MECHANISM||WO||19.02.2015|
||PCT/KE2014/000035||MUCHUMA, Thaddaeus, Lebanon||MUCHUMA, Thaddaeus, Lebanon|
The overboard drive mechanism for boats propulsion and maneuverability on water of the present invention, is manually, solar, and engine powered. The device when connected to the manual system (cycling means), is designed for single cycling and double cycling system. The device also is designed with double gearbox, overboard gearbox and aero gearbox or submersible gearbox which rotates in the overboard gearbox to turn the boat while the propeller is running in water. The maximum rotation of the submersible gearbox/rudder is 360 degrees. The device is portable and is also designed to propel the boat on water by rotating the propeller up in the Air on a high speed. The device can also be used to propel the boat forward and backwards using only steering wheel without reverse gear. The principle use of the present invention is for boat racing, transport, patrol, leisure, rescue during floods and environmental purposes.
WO/2015/020239 REPELLENT COMPOSITIONS FOR INSECTS AND OTHER ARTHROPODS||WO||12.02.2015|
||PCT/KE2014/000037||INTERNATIONAL CENTRE OF INSECT AND
PHYSIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY||SAINI, Rajindar, Kumar|
The invention provides methods and compositions suitable for influencing arthropod behaviour. In one aspect, the invention provides arthropod-repellant compositions of different compounds. Such compositions are useful in masking arthropod-attractant compounds or blends associated with host body odours. Accordingly, such compounds and compositions are useful in controlling arthropod behaviour and in controlling the spread of arthropod-borne diseases.
WO/2015/012417 DEVICE AND METHOD FOR MONITORING VEHICLES||WO||29.01.2015|
||PCT/KE2014/000034||GRUPPO POTENTE LTD ||NJIHIA, Mbugua |
In various embodiments, the invention relates to the electronic device arts. In an aspect, there is provided a tag device for storing vehicle insurance information and tracking the location of the vehicle comprising: a backing member configured to be affixed to a surface of the vehicle; a visual code disposed on the backing member, wherein the visual code is machine readable and is associated with a unique tag identification (ID) code; a locator device disposed on the backing member, wherein the locator device is configured to determine a location and communicate the determined location; a power source disposed on the backing member and configured to provide power to the locator device; and a reserve power source disposed on the backing member and configured to receive power from the power source and further configured to provide power to the locator device and/or to the power source.
WO/2014/077419 BIOGAS PRODUCTION FROM A FLEXIBLE DIGESTER||WO||22.05.2014|
||PCT/KE2013/000031||WANJIHIA, Dominic F. P.||WANJIHIA, Dominic F. P.|
In one aspect, the invention provides an apparatus for anaerobic digestion of digester feed, the apparatus having: (a) a flexible tubular bladder; (b) a digester feed inlet port and tube; (c) a slurry outlet port and tube; and (d) a gas outlet port and tube. The invention also provides a method for using such an apparatus and similar apparatus described within.
WO/2013/165028 SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR TRACKING AND AUTHENTICATING SERIALIZED ITEMS||WO||07.11.2013|
||PCT/KE2013/000032||ATAMBO, Patrick Nyachio||ATAMBO, Patrick Nyachio|
The present invention provides systems and methods of authenticating genuine products and detecting counterfeits. The said systems consist of a myriad of services and clients, including at least one Service Registry and User Authentication Service through which the different clients and services, acting as agents within the system, locate and authenticate each other. Genuine products include taggants that have a short, random, concealed string and a visible string of characters which together are used when identifying authentic items. Recipients of items are supplied with the concealed string and a means of matching it with the visible string and thus the product on which it appears, for use in authenticating received items.