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Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Wiebke Brinkmann

Organizational unit Robotics Innovation Center
Contact +49 421 17845 6630 (Bremen)

Address (Bremen) Robert-Hooke-Straße 1D-28359 Bremen

Publications

Wiebke Brinkmann; Mehmed Yüksel; Holger Sprengel; Sven Kroffke; Marko Jankovic; Roland U. Sonsalla

In: 74th International Astronautical Congress 2023. International Astronautical Congress (IAC-2023), October 2-6, Baku, Azerbaijan, International Astronautical Federation (IAF), 10/2023.

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Benjamin Hülsen; Niklas A. Mulsow; Adam Dabrowski; Wiebke Brinkmann; Joel Gützlaff; Leon Spies; Markus Czupalla; Frank Kirchner

In: 74th International Astronautical Congress 2023. International Astronautical Congress (IAC-2023), October 2-6, Baku, Azerbaijan, International Astronautical Federation (IAF), 10/2023.

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Stéphane Estable; Ingo Ahrns; Ralf Regele; Marko Jankovic; Wiebke Brinkmann; Jeremi Gancet; A.M. Barrio; Pierre Leiter; Francisco J. Colmenero; Annelies Ampe; others; Björn Ordoubadian; Apostolos Chamos; Romain Caujolle; Daniel Silveira; Isabel Soto; Mark Shilton; Torsten Vogel; Sebastian Bartsch; Marc Manz

In: Journal of Physics: Conference Series (JPCS), Vol. 2526 - 12th EASN International Conference on "Innovation in Aviation & Space for opening New Horizons" 18/10/2022 - 21/10/2022 Barcelona, Spain, No. 1, IOP Publishing, 6/2023.

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Profile

  • SAMLER-KI

    Simi-autonomous micro rover for lunar exploration using artificial intelligence

    The project has the goal to open the potential for future micro rover missions by distinct further development and TRL increase of critical components. For this purpose, in addition to a generalized…

    SAMLER-KI
  • MODKOM

    Modular components as Building Blocks for application-specific configurable space robots

    For service operations on satellites or the exploration of foreign planets, robotic systems will be of particular interest in the future, as they are relatively inexpensive compared to manned space…

    MODKOM
  • PRO-ACT (OG11)

    Planetary RObots Deployed for Assembly and Construction Tasks

    The primary objective of PRO-ACT is to implement and demonstrate multi-robot collaborative planning and manipulation capabilities in a lunar construction context, relying on extending and integrating…

    PRO-ACT (OG11)