The use of space intelligent robots to achieve space exploration and space resource utilization is an unavoidable choice for the field of space automation technology.
The Louisiana Space Consortium has awarded a grant to a team of researchers at Louisiana State University’s Mechanical Engineering department to design and build a soft robot for future space exploration.
H3 Dynamics is announcing a new Robots-as-a-service solution for autonomous solar farm monitoring in partnership with Sitemark, a specialist AI-analytics company from Belgium.
A new drive system for flapping wing autonomous robots has been developed by a University of Bristol team, using a new method of electromechanical zipping that does away with the need for conventional motors and gears.
Regarding the manufacture of new lightweight, yet sturdy components for modern passenger jets, researchers are handling the process like attempting to brew the tastiest cup of coffee.
It is necessary to install the extravehicular experimental load by using the load plate in the space station. However, the extravehicular environment is full of danger, which poses a threat to the health and even safety of astronauts.
Around 6,500 satellites are in orbit, but only approximately half of them are operational. When a satellite runs out of fuel or breaks down, it is basically useless. Repairs, upgrades, or maintenance are virtually impossible in orbit.
A University of Texas at Arlington aerospace engineer is teaming with industry partners to develop control systems for autonomous aerial vehicles that will increase their safety and detect structural issues.
A deep learning method that had formerly demonstrated favorable performance in forecasting problems was used by scientists from the Department of Computer Systems Engineering at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, in partnership with the University of Strathclyde (UK), to predict the F10.7 solar radio flux over days-ahead timescales pertinent to space operations.
NASA engineers have begun testing several robotics systems in preparation for the return of rock and sediment samples being collected on the surface of Mars by the Mars Perseverance rover.