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An aircraft communication system is provided that includes: i) a self-contained onboard communication system, the onboard communication system comprising a first peripheral device and an at least one second peripheral device, the first and second peripheral devices each comprising a non-transitory computer-readable medium, having stored thereon a computer program for data communication, the computer program having a plurality of protocols, the protocols being extensible, the protocols executable by a processor to cause the first and second peripheral devices to send data and commands between one another, the first peripheral device further caused to perform the steps of: directly controlling a satellite communication device; directly dialing the satellite communication device; sending data directly to the satellite communication device; and receiving data from the satellite communication device, each of said steps being performed without the assistance of an on-board server.


Patent
Latitude | Date: 2015-10-14

An adjustable positioning roll including a support portion having a support side and a substantially flat base surface, and one or more separately formed base portions, or elevating portions, configured to have a substantially same length and width as the flat base surface, the one or more base portions being detachably coupled to the flat base surface of the support portion.


Patent
Latitude | Date: 2015-08-24

This disclosure relates to inorganic coatings suitable for fire protection, fire retardancy, and articles comprising same. Specifically, the disclosure relates to the manufacture and use of inorganic phosphate-based coating formulations for fire protection, preventing or reducing fire propagation, and for heat management.


Patent
Latitude | Date: 2014-06-25

The present invention provides an oil-in-water nanoemulsion containing glucagon, an oily phase, and an aqueous phase, wherein the glucagon is physically and chemically stable and the nanoemulsion is suitable for administration by manual injection or by a pump to treat hypoglycemia.


Patent
Latitude | Date: 2014-08-12

This disclosure relates to compositions for protecting a metallic surface susceptible to corrosion, the composition comprising a first component comprising an aqueous mixture of an acid-phosphate of chemical formula A^(m)(H_(2)PO_(4))_(m).nH_(2)O, where A is hydrogen ion, ammonium cation, metal cation, or mixtures thereof; where m=1-3, and n=0-6; the first component solution adjusted to a pH of about 2 to about 5, the first component having a particle size distribution between 0.04 to 60 micron; and a second component, configured for combination and at least partial reaction with the first component to provide a phosphate ceramic, the second component comprising an aqueous solution or suspension of an alkaline oxide or alkaline hydroxide represented by B^(2m)O_(m), B(OH)_(2m), or mixtures thereof, where B is an element of valency 2m (m=1, 1.5, or 2) the second component solution adjusted to a pH of between 9-14.


Patent
Latitude | Date: 2014-10-13

Disclosed and described are multi-component inorganic phosphate formulations of acidic phosphate components and basic oxide/hydroxide components. Also disclosed are high solids, atomizable compositions of same, suitable for spray coating.


Patent
Latitude | Date: 2015-08-24

This disclosure relates to inorganic coatings suitable for fire protection, fire retardancy, and articles comprising same. Specifically, the disclosure relates to the manufacture and use of inorganic phosphate-based coating formulations for fire protection, preventing or reducing fire propagation, and for heat management.


Patent
Latitude | Date: 2016-05-04

This disclosure relates to method phosphating an iron surface susceptible to corrosion, the method comprising contacting an iron surface with an aqueous mixture of an acidic phosphate component, a basic component, and at least one silicate; and forming a passivation zone chemically bound to the iron surface of one or more iron ions corresponding to the iron surface, the acidic phosphate component, the basic component, and at least one corrosion inhibitor precursor.


Grant
Agency: European Commission | Branch: FP7 | Program: MC-IRSES | Phase: FP7-PEOPLE-2013-IRSES | Award Amount: 100.80K | Year: 2014

Urban safety and security represent a series of problems dealing with social, anthropological, economical, perceptual and physical problems that are specific to different territories and contexts and do not allow for general solutions. A large part of manifestations of social disease are connected with the perception of an increase in criminal phenomena which brings to the definition of modern society as a risk society. If on the one hand governance strategies mix repressive treatment of safety emergencies with security actions aimed at prevention and rehabilitation, on the other hand private, communal, local interventions against insecurity are progressively growing.Nowadays, we could say that the way the upper class reproduces itself is deeply entangled with ideas of risk and safety. Daniel Goldstein, for instance, has recently defined the rise of the security paradigm as a framework for organizing contemporary social life. Given the worldwide growing economic gap between the lower and the upper classes, our research aims at highlighting how a sense of safety and security is perceived and reproduced by these classes and how it modifies the urban territory. On the one hand, we intend to detect eventual prejudices in the perception of risk and safety and on the other hand we aim to make specific urban trends recognizable and manageable by local institutions. We aim at focusing the attention on the different strategies (from material to immaterial) of appropriation and defence of space, that the higher classes have developed in order to create a secure, comfortable environment for them, their families and businesses, both in gated communities and in the consolidation phase of gentrification processes. The final objective is to understand if a sense of safety and security can be produced with other means than building physical obstacles and barriers that result in a highly divided city.


Patent
Latitude | Date: 2014-10-13

Disclosed and described are multi-component inorganic phosphate formulations of acidic phosphate components and basic oxide/hydroxide components. Also disclosed are high solids, atomizable compositions of same, suitable for spray coating.

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