Our mobile robot Androver I, which was upgraded by Matej Poliaček, left yesterday with Slovak astrobiologist Michaela Musilova for a simulated space mission to the HI-SEAS habitat in Hawaii. Its surface is similar to the Mars and the Moon.

The task of the robot will be using a rotary camera to capture the surroundings of the habitat even in inaccessible parts of the terrain. Its more efficient movement is ensured by the double Ackerman chassis and the robot is controlled by the operator using the joystick. Keep your fingers crossed for its new mission.

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RoboTech Vision on Forbes Technology 2019

RoboTech Vision on Forbes Technology 2019

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