Product/Service - EROSS+, ORBITA, TITAN, PRO-ACT
- On-Orbit Servicing
- In-Space Transportation
- First launch
- Not announced
We are especially interested in developing technologies in the areas of Active Debris Removal, Manipulators & End-Effectors, On Orbit Satellite Servicing, Human-Robot Interaction, Vision Systems and mechanisms.
EROSS+ is a continuation of the EROSS (European Robotic Orbital Support Services) project. It boosts the maturity of the key building blocks of the European on-orbit servicing solution and increases their functionalities and performance in a coherent work programme targeting fast and practical deployment of the developed solutions in space. The project will also give …
The aim of the project: Development of a family of modular grippers for orbital and planetary applications – ORBITA is to conduct industrial research and experimental development, the result of which is the development of technical solutions for the family of modular grippers designed to work in orbital and planetary conditions.
The TITAN project advances the development of a robotic arm for satellite servicing. Under the contract, a prototype of a multi-articulated robotic arm will be made for the future deorbiting and servicing of in-orbit satellites. A laboratory model of a robotic joint will be created, and then – a prototype.
PRO ACT, aims to realize an implementation and demonstration of multi robot collaborative planning and manipulation capabilities in a lunar construction context, relying on, extending and integrating the outcomes of PERASPERA operational grants ( Towards this objective, the PRO ACT project purposes to demonstrate a novel approach of deploying multiple robots, Robot Working Agents ( towards achieving common goals by cooperative goal decomposition, collaborative mission planning and manipulation for transport and assembly of supporting infrastructure.
To characterize the realistically achievable maximum speed of the teleoperated rover for lunar exploration through a number of controlled tests conducted in a lunar analogue environment and investigate the effect of varying environmental conditions on the actual achieved speed.