The development of a CGG advanced CGG for satellite propulsion system pressuirsation has started.
A study into inflation systems for Inflatable re-entry shields for ESA is started as part of a larger contracts led by Vorticity Systems in England
The three smallest CGGs are now being marketed via the Cubesatshop of ISIS BV of Delft, the Netherlands. In this way a broad new market is opened
This lightweight and mobile oxygen supply will deliver 6 liters a minute for 30 minutes and can be used in harsh environments.
CGG Safety and Systems is developing an advanced life jacket inflation system, based on nitrogen Cool Gas Generators for the Dutch Ministry of Defense.
In this project CGG safety & Systems takes part in the development of a Parachute Deployment system for the European Space Agency.
A small Cool Gas Generator is in development to supply nitrogen gas for a space inflatable structure in the framework of the Deploytech FP-7 project.
Very small Cool Gas Generators of only 2 grams have been demonstrated in space on board of the Dutch Delfi N3xT satellite.