Carnegie Mellon Robotics Institute
|Atacama Desert Trek
Robotic traversal of the Atacama Desert in Northern Chile
|Autonomous Rover Technologies (ART)
Pursuing breakthroughs and insights into fundamental aspects of robot perception, navigation, position estimation, and integrated exploratory science from a robot.
|Lunar Rover Initiative (LRD)
first interactive space exploration event
|Motion Free Scanning Radar
We incorporate the current state of the art in non-mechanical scanning antenna technology with advanced millimeter-wave ranging technology to enable a small, reliable, and affordable imaging-radar sensor with no moving parts. Sensors will be demonstrated on the sponsor's equipment in typical operating scenarios and environments.
|Robotic Antarctic Meteorite Search (RAMS)
Developing robots to search for meteorites in Antarctica, as an analog of a planetary exploration robot.
|The Robotics Institute is part of the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University.|
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