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Dr.-Ing. Sebastian Bartsch

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SIROM


Standard Interface for Robotic Manipulation of Payloads in Future Space Missions

The SIROM project aims to develop physical interfaces, which can be used to connect payloads in planetary and orbital applications with manipulators or other payloads, as well as two systems, e.g....

SIROM

DLR SpaceBot-Cup: ARTEMIS


DLR SpaceBot-Cup: ARTEMIS - Autonomous Rover Team for Exploration and Manipulation

The SpaceBot Cup is a robotic competition, offered by the DLR Space Administration.

The challenge of the competition is to develop a robotic system which is able to perform tasks that are derived from...

DLR SpaceBot-Cup: ARTEMIS

LIMES


LIMES - Learning Intelligent Motions for Kinematically Complex Robots for Exploration in Space

In the LIMES project, a highly mobile multi-legged walking robot with the ability to straighten up the upper body in order to use the front extremities as manipulation devices will be developed.

In...

LIMES

Lunares


Reconfigurable Robots for Extraterrestrial Exploration

The aim of this project (funded by the DLR and BIG Bremen) is the evaluation of state-of-the-art robot technologies for future cooperative, heterogeneous, extraterrestrial missions with reconfigurable...

Lunares

SpaceClimber


A Semi-Autonomous Free-Climbing Robot for the Exploration of Crater Walls and Bottoms

The goal of the "SpaceClimber" project is the development of a biologically inspired, energy-efficient and adaptively free-climbing robot for steep slopes. This project builds on the experience of the...

SpaceClimber

German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz