The primary goal of the TesVAC project is the design, manufacturing and integration of motorised MGSE, which would be used to apply a specific torque around 3 axes, including on a Launch Adapter Ring sample once grasped by the LAR Gripper (ADRexp) under vacuum conditions, as well as on an adapter ring sample once grapsed … Continued
The main goal of the project was to develop and review a system for robust, unsupervised visual motion recognition of a non-cooperative satellite for on-orbit capturing. System has two main parts: video camera and embodied visual recognition and analysis software. Laboratory test in simulated LEO conditions has been take to verify system performance at Polish … Continued
Space robotics is a market segment, that is associated with servicing and deorbiting damaged satellites. The value of this market over the next six years is estimated at over 3,5 billion USD. PIAP Space’s ambition is to deliver robotic devices such as grippers, that are essential in service missions. PIAP Space has the possibility to … Continued
The PRO-ACT project aims to develop and demonstrate a cooperation and manipulation capabilities between three robots (from PIAP Space, DFKI and AVS) for assembling an in-situ resource utilisation (ISRU) plant. Assembly taks will include, among others: assembly of devices, construction of simple buildings, preparatory works. PIAP Space is one of nine members of the consortium … Continued
STABLE (Sample Transfer Arm Breadboard and Lander Evaluation) is a project that is part of Mars Sample Return – a NASA/ESA collaborative mission. STABLE project is realised in consortium with OHB and DLR, and its goal is to develop dedicated robotic arm for Mars regolith samples collection on the surface of Mars. PIAP Space Is … Continued
EROSS (European Robotic Orbital Support Services) objective is to demonstrate the European solutions for the Servicers and the Serviced LEO/GEO satellites, enabling a large range of efficient and safe orbital support services. The project will assess and demonstrate the capability of the on-orbit servicing spacecraft (chaser) to perform rendezvous, capturing, grasping, berthing and manipulating of … Continued
The project aims to develop and test a robotic spacecraft control system (i.e. equipped with a manipulator) whose task is to carry out Active Debris Removal and refueling missions.
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.