The Robotic Surface Mobility Group conceptualizes mobility architectures and develops and deploys mobility algorithms and systems for terrestrial and space applications spanning research and flight. Specifically, this includes mobility for:
- A wide range of platform types, such as wheeled, legged, tethered, climbing, hopping, hybrid, and other.
- Environments which are static and dynamic, have benign and extreme topography, natural or manmade, and with varying levels of gravity from zero or micro to Earth-like.
- Varying levels of on-board autonomy from tele-operation to fully autonomous planning, navigation, and mapping.