Andreas Gibbesch

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A mobile surface element is required in the frame of the ESA ExoMars mission for exploring Mars in order to investigate the environment and search for evidence of life. The mobility aspect is important in terms of range and duration but the rover and in particular the locomotion subsystem has also to fulfill other key mission constraints related to the(More)
A mobile surface element is required in the frame of the ESA ExoMars mission for exploring Mars in order to investigate the environment and to search for evidence of life [1]. The mobility aspect is important in terms of range and duration and was investigated by Oerlikon Space AG and its team during the phase B1 of the ExoMars project. An important outcome(More)
For planetary rovers, demonstration of the overall mobility performance on soft soil is a demand to guarantee for mission success. Since several years, DLR's Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics is strongly engaged in planetary mobile system developments. For the very important wheel-soil interaction a 3D-MBS tool for modeling and simulation of the(More)
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