Moonwalk - Human Robot Collaboration Mission Scenarios and Simulations
Barbara Imhof, Waltraut Hoheneder, Stephen Ransom, Robert Davenport, René Waclavicek, Jakob Schwendner, Mathias Goy, Martin Schröer, Thomas Vögele, Peter Weiss, Virginie Taillebot, Thibaud Gobert, Alistair Nottle, Matthew Roberts, Diego Urbina, Tom Hoppenbrouwers, Knut Robert Fossum, Brit-Eli Danielsen, Victor Parro Garcia, Fernando Puente-Sanchez
In AIAA SPACE Conference and Exposition, (SPACE-2015), 31.8.-02.9.2015, Pasadena, CA, o.A., Aug/2015. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.

Zusammenfassung (Abstract) :

This paper describes simulation mission scenarios which focus on human-robot collaboration. Further, it explains the technologies developed for project Moonwalk and describes possible evaluation methods to be able to evaluate the outcome of two trials in different environments, one reflecting a Lunar and the other, a Martian environment. Moonwalk develops new, practical methods for the interaction between astronauts and robots. In earth-analogue simulations of missions to Moon and Mars, one of the challenges is the simulation of operational constraints such as the reduced gravity or the communication delay between the astronauts and mission control on Earth. In project Moonwalk, two analogue simulations are planned for the conditions that astronauts will encounter during future extravehicular activities (EVA) on planetary surfaces: firstly, simulations subsea and offshore the coast of the French city of Marseilles will be conducted, where an EVA on the lunar surface under reduced gravity will be performed. A second simulation will be conducted in the Spanish region of Rio Tinto (an established Martian analogue site), where operations are focusing on exobiological sampling and sampling procedures under extreme environmental conditions. For these simulation missions specific scenarios for human-robot collaboration have been developed to be performed, compared and evaluated.



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