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Aerobot Simulation - A screenshot of the DARTS-based aerobot simulation, showing the airship on the left, and controls on the right.
Aerobot Simulation
Aerobots Together - Three of JPL's prototype airships undergoing inflation tests.
Aerobots Together
ATHLETE Hill Climbing - ATHLETE climbs a rough hill near Meteor Crater, Arizona
ATHLETE Hill Climbing
ATHLETE Simulation - Physics-based simulation of ATHLETE rover using the JPL DARTS/ROAMS software system.
ATHLETE Simulation
 
ATHLETE Virtuoso - ATHLETE Virtuoso real-time teleoperation, mapping and data monitoring
ATHLETE Virtuoso
Cliffbot Maestro - Cliffbot Maestro image browsing and teleoperation
Cliffbot Maestro
Coring From a Low Mass Rover - Demonstration of rock coring from a rover arm using a rotary percussive coring tool. This is an alternative to rotary friction coring which requires a higher preload on the surface.
Coring From a Low Mass Rover
Force Reflecting Hand Controllers (circa 1989) - Dual 6 DOF Force Reflecting Hand Controllers used by operators to teleoperate the remote manipulators in the JPL Telerobotics Testbed.
Force Reflecting Hand Controllers (circa 1989)
 
GESTALT Terrain Sensing - GESTALT Terrain Assessment requires 3-D sensing. This is obtained by stereo image processing, creating a cloud of measured points in front of the vehicle.
GESTALT Terrain Sensing
Graphical User Interface: Remote Surface Inspection (circa 1995) - The graphical user interface for the Remote Surface Inspection System, showing a model based view of the sytem and environment, a planned inspection path projected on the camera view, and various system parameter input widgets.
Graphical User Interface: Remote Surface Inspection (circa 1995)
Graphical User Interface: WITS (circa 1997) - WITS, the Web Interface for Tele Science, was an early version of the MER operations Science Activity Planner (SAP/Maestro). It was used for commanding the Rocky 7 rover in desert field tests as part of the Long Range Science Rover research and development effort.
Graphical User Interface: WITS (circa 1997)
Landing Hazard Detection by Shadow Analysis - Before and after views showing image processing through shadow analyis to detect large obstacles from overhead, as would be seen during landing.
Landing Hazard Detection by Shadow Analysis
 
Lemur I Gripper with Palmcam - Lemur I's primary end-effector includes both a 3-fingered conforming gripper and a fiber-optic camera optics
Lemur I Gripper with Palmcam
Lemur IIa on a model space telescope - A scaled-up version of Lemur IIa could help build large structures in space. In this image it is shown on a scale model of a segmented telescope.
Lemur IIa on a model space telescope
Lemur IIa performing autonomous assembly operations - Lemur IIa can use a variety of tools to perform assembly operations. In this image it is using its driver and flashlight tools.
Lemur IIa performing autonomous assembly operations
Maestro MER Victoria Crater mosaic views - Maestro MER Victoria Crater mosaic views
Maestro MER Victoria Crater mosaic views
 
Manipulation Autonomy View - Manipulation Autonomy View for real-time state monitoring of autonomous sampling.
Manipulation Autonomy View
Phoenix Robotic Arm Testing - The Phoenix Robotic Arm, during testing at JPL. Engineers Bob Bonitz and Matt Robinson are shown in the background, in protective suits.
Phoenix Robotic Arm Testing
SA/SPaH Maestro - SA/SPaH (Sample Acquisition / Sample Processing and Handling) Maestro teleoperation interface for brassboard robotic arm development.
SA/SPaH Maestro
Simulation for SOOPS - Science Operations On Planetary Surfaces (SOOPS) is improved through technology development in operator interfaces, rover control, and new scenarios made possible by simulation. Shown is a simulation of the Rocky 8 rover in a virtual Mars terrain, created with ROAMS and Simscape, respectively.
Simulation for SOOPS
 
SOOPS Maestro planning, mapping and image browsing interface. - SOOPS (Science Operations on Planetary Surfaces) Maestro planning, mapping and image browsing interface.
SOOPS Maestro planning, mapping and image browsing interface.
Teleoperations Control Station (circa 1992) - An operator uses two 6 degrees-of-freedom force reflecting hand controllers, and video images with graphical overlays, to command a remote dual arm robot system for simulated satelite servicing.
Teleoperations Control Station (circa 1992)
TRESSA field test in Norway - Steep terrain access for astrobiology missions
TRESSA field test in Norway
TRESSA Field Trials in Norway - Human-Robot Cooperation
TRESSA Field Trials in Norway
 
TRESSA Field Trials in NOrway - Sample collection and caching for astrobiology samples
TRESSA Field Trials in NOrway
Visual Target Tracking On Mars - The first results of visual target tracking on Mars. The selected rock is viewed from multiple locations as the Opportunity rover drives by it.
Visual Target Tracking On Mars


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