Portrait of Dante II
Associated Lab: Field Robotics Center (FRC)

A tethered walking robot for science missions in active volcanoes, explored the Mt. Spurr volcano in Alaska. It was used to sample high-temperature, gas samples from the fumaroles on the crater floor.

Displaying 7 Publications
Dante II: Technical Description, Results and Lessons Learned
John Bares and David Wettergreen

Journal Article, International Journal of Robotics Research, Vol. 18, No. 7, pp. 621-649, July, 1999
Lessons from the Development and Deployment of Dante II
John Bares and David Wettergreen

Conference Paper, Proceedings of the 1997 Field and Service Robotics Conference, December, 1997
Tethering System Design for Dante II
Murali Krishna and John Bares

Conference Paper, Proceedings of IEEE Conference on Robotics and Automation, April 1997, pp. 1100-1105, April, 1997
Behavior-based Gait Execution for the Dante II Walking Robot
David Wettergreen, Henning Pangels and John Bares

Conference Paper, Proceedings of IROS '95, Vol. 3, pp. 274 - 279, August, 1995
Operator Interfaces and Network-Based Participation for Dante II
Terrence W. Fong, Henning Pangels, David Wettergreen, E. Nygren, B. Hine, P. Hontalas and C. Fedor

Conference Paper, Proceedings of SAE 25th International Conference on Environmental Systems, July, 1995
Electronics and Telemetry Systems of Dante II
Scott Boehmke

Conference Paper, Proceedings of the 41st International Instrumentation Symposium, pp. 223-232, January, 1995
The Mt. Erebus Explorer Control System
Daniel A. Christian

Tech. Report, CMU-RI-TR-93-19, Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, June, 1993