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347F - Robotic Surface Mobility

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.