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The capability to assemble structures is fundamental to the use of robotics in precursor missions in orbit and on planetary surfaces. We have performed autonomous assembly in neutral buoyancy of elements of a space truss whose mating components require positioning tolerances of the same order of magnitude as the noise in the sensor systems used for the(More)
The University of Maryland Space Systems Laboratory, as a participant in NASA's INSTEP program, is developing a non-invasive, selfcontained sensor system which can provide quantitative measurements of joint angles and muscle fatigue in the hand and forearm. The goal of this project is to develop a system with which hand/forearm motion and fatigue metrics(More)
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