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Practical Demonstration of Advanced Teleoperation Techniques Applied to the Assembly of Payloads

@inproceedings{Sanders2008PracticalDO,
  title={Practical Demonstration of Advanced Teleoperation Techniques Applied to the Assembly of Payloads},
  author={S. Sanders and UK Ronan. Wall},
  year={2008}
}
The drive to planetary exploration, including re-visiting our own moon will inevitably require a level of interaction with these environments that is beyond previous robotic probes. To fully explore these hostile environments will require increasing levels of dexterity. This trend is already evident with the robotic sampling devices of Beagle2, EXOMARS & Mars Science Laboratory 2009. Payload assembly for planetary missions present their own unique challenges when the search for organic matter… Expand

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