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General Websites on Robotics, Automation and Teleoperation

Naturally, there is a lot of work by NASA on robotics, but it is spread around many divisions. (The NASA Space Telerobotics Program was shut down in 1997 and its programs distributed to other divisions.)

If you know of significant research and development in addition to the following websites, please let us know.

  • LunaCorp in partnership with Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Institute is developing a robotic probe to travel across the lunar surface, including a prototype tested in a 200 km journey across the Atacama Desert in Chile. Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Institute is one of the leading university-based robotics institutions in the world, and has performed a few studies into robotics for lunar materials utilization.
  • Institute for Teleoperated Space Development - Use of teleoperated space robots to more economically initiate large scale space development. Good general explanation followed by a list of WWW sites on robotics and teleoperation, though their own site wasn't very developed at the time of my last visit.






  • External links:

    http://robotics.nasa.gov

    NASA, The Robotics Alliance Program. See the Resources page for links to additional NASA robotics resources and projects.

    http://robotics.nasa.gov

    NASA, The Robotics Alliance Program. See the Resources page for links to additional NASA robotics resources and projects.


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