Klaus Landzettel

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ROKVISS, Germany's newest space robotics technology experiment, was successfully installed outside at the Russian Service Module of the International Space Station (ISS) during an extravehicular space walk at the end of January 2005. Since February 2005 a two joint manipulator is operated from ground via a direct radio link. The aim of ROKVISS is the in(More)
ROKVISS, the German new space robotics technology experiment, was successfully installed outside at the Russian Service Module of the International Space Station (ISS) during an extravehicular space walk at the end of January 2005. Since February 2005 a two joint manipulator can be operated from ground via a direct radio link. The aim of ROKVISS is the in(More)
The paper outlines the main features of DLR's ground control station for space robotics applications. It combines sensorbased task-level teleprogramming (as the basis for autonomy) with the features of teleoperation and shared autonomy. The hierarchical system structure is shown as well as the flexibility in programming and controlling each kind of space(More)
Space robotics will become a key technology for the exploration of outer space and the operation and maintenance of space stations, satellites and other platforms, saving costs and relieving man from dangerous tasks. But we do not have to wait until robots are really autonomous or intelligent, since by modern tele-operation and tele-presence we are able to(More)
The paper outlines the main features of DLR’s ground control station for space robotics applications. It combines sensorbased task-level teleprogramming with the features of teleoperation and shared autonomy. The teaching by showing approach is the key to a easy-to-use programming interface at different levels of space robot controlling. This approach has(More)