Interesting Patents and Inventions of the week
This week’s interesting inventions have been identified and extracted from the 34th issue of the Patent Journal, 2019. This information is presented to you by the Patent attorneys and experts of BananaIP Counsels, India’s leading Patent Firm.
Interesting Inventions of the Week
Invention 1 : BRAILLE TABLET
Patent Applicant – RAI, Khushwant
Patent Application No. – 201811035031 A
Abstract – “The present invention relates to a new technology Braille Pad or tablet for reading Braille script output on an electronic tablet comprising a touch screen on the front side wherein touch screen is used to operate the tablet and take input data using multilingual text to Braille conversion software, a headphone jack wherein headphone jack is used to take speech and voice command input and speech output, a speaker wherein speaker gives audio output, a processor wherein processor has operating system installed in it, a Braille tactile on the back side wherein Braille tactile having a plurality cells wherein the plurality of cells have plurality of dots having size similar to standard Braille dots with standard Braille cell distance between adjacent dots and cells, an output circuit wherein output circuit takes data from processor and send it to Braille tactile in the form of electronic sensory signals or impulses which can be felt by people who are visually impaired in-order to read Braille. The intensity of the electronic sensory signals or impulses can be adjusted by triangular up-down buttons on the Braille tablet.” (This abstract has been provided as is and has not been corrected for errors.)
Invention 2 : AUTOMATIC AQUACULTURE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Applicant – Dr. Kuldeep Singh Kaswan
Patent Application No. – 201911032201 A
Abstract – “The present invention relates to an automatic aquaculture management system, comprising plurality of containers associated with the boat for containing food and medicine, plurality of sensors in continuation of the containers for generating a signal upon the exhaustion of food and/or medicine, a camera mounted on the boat for capturing the image of the aquaculture and processing it through artificial intelligence unit in order to obtain the coordinates of the aquaculture, a control unit connected to the camera for monitoring the coordinates of the boat and operating it accordingly, a cleaning unit connected with the boat provides cleaning of the aquaculture and the feeding unit for feeding food and medicine to the aquaculture. Ref. Figure 1.” (This abstract has been provided as is and has not been corrected for errors.)
Compiled by Vibha Amarnath
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