The main objective of this workshop is to present the nowadays developments and future trends of the use of robots for space applications in the ESA space programs. The workshop will focus in specific fields of robotic space systems:
- Locomotion for space planetary exploration robots.
- Humanoids in-the-loop control for guidance and navigation.
- Humanoids robotics component verification on ISS.
- Active debris removal with robots.
- Use of robots for testing, guidance, navigation, and control of space systems.
- The ESA human exoskeleton: Operating in a remote harsh environment.
- 14:00-14:30 Modelling, simulation and control of planetary mobility systems.
Johann Bals DLR RMC Institute of System Dynamics and Control, Germany.
- 14:45-15:15 Planetary exploration using robots: autonomy vs. human teleoperations.
Alberto Medina Andrés, GMV, Spain.
- 15:30-16:00 METEORON (Multi-Purpose End-To-End Robotics Operation Network) Supvis-Justin Experiment.
Neal Lii and Daniel Leidner, DLR Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics, Germany.
- 16:15-16:45 Use of robots for testing guidance navigation and control space systems.
Sergio Carrasco, ESA Science and Technology, The Netherlands.
- 17:00-17:30 Un-manned aerial robots for space applications.
Mauro Garcia, ESA Avionics Control Systems, The Netherlands.
The workshop will be complemented with the visit to the robotics space laboratory in Tres Cantos in Madrid of GMV´s facility “Advanced robotic testbed for testing of space missions and systems”.
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