Driessen Aerospace Group N.V.
|Driessen Aerospace Group N.V. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20150041100||AUTONOMOUS TROLLEY SYSTEM - Autonomous trolleys include an integrated power source, which energy can be utilized for integrated trolley systems such as a wheel assist module, heating module, and cooling module. The power source may include a fuel cell system or a rechargeable electrical energy storage device or a combination thereof. The rechargeable electrical energy storage device can be charged by any other power source, including a fuel cell system. The trolley can also be equipped with a fuel tank for easy and safe refueling of a fuel cell system.||02-12-2015|
|20150030942||CREW REST POWERED BY A FUEL CELL SYSTEM - Disclosed are crew rests that may be powered by the outputs of a fuel cell system or other suitable power source. For example, but not limited to, a combination of the water, oxygen-depleted air, thermal energy and/or electrical energy generated by the fuel cell system may be used to supply the crew rest with its various power and water needs, helping to make the crew rest autonomous from the aircraft's main power systems.||01-29-2015|
|20150028157||CARGO BAY CATERING CONTAINER WITH A DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM - In a craft such as a passenger aircraft, an apparatus is provided for storing and retrieving service trolleys (||01-29-2015|
|20140102120||ABSORPTION COOLING FOR AIRCRAFT TROLLEYS AND COMPARTMENTS - Embodiments of the present invention relate generally to improved cooling systems and methods for use on aircraft trolleys and compartments. The systems use absorptive cooling with thermal conductive plates strategically positioned in order to keep trolleys and their contents cooled.||04-17-2014|
|20130181587||GALLEY UNIT AND GALLEY MONUMENT - The invention relates to a galley unit for containing items of food or other items. The galley unit comprises a cabinet, a first and a second front door arranged to close the cabinet, a first guiding rail and a second guiding rail extending both in a lateral direction for guiding the first and second front doors. The first and second front doors are arranged to be slideable in the first and second guiding rails, wherein the first guiding rail is mounted in a top wall of the cabinet and the first front door is provided with the second guiding rail for a sliding engagement of the second front door.||07-18-2013|
|20080276840||Device For Accommodating Objects, as Well as Transport Means - A device for accommodating objects, in particular for use in an airplane, comprising a housing, which has an access opening, as well as a door which is connected to the housing by at least one hinge so as to be pivotable between an open position and a closed position. The hinge defines a pivot axis for pivoting the door. The access opening is at least partially clear in the open position of the door and the access opening is at least partially closed off by the door in the closed position of the door. The door is lockable relative to the housing in its closed position. The door, in its closed position, is movable in a direction which extends substantially parallel to the pivot axis between a locked position and an unlocked position. The door, in its locked position, is locked relative to the housing, and the door, in its unlocked position, is pivotable about the pivot axis.||11-13-2008|
Patent applications by Driessen Aerospace Group N.V.