OG10 - ADE

Operational Grant 10 – Autonomous Decision Making in Very Long Traverses

Rover SherpaTT during a 1km autonomous traverse in a field test in Morocco End of 2018. SherpaTT is aspired to be the rover used in the ADE project, the results from the Morocco field trial will be extended with ADE.(Photo: Thomas Frank, DFKI GmbH)
Rover SherpaTT during a 1km autonomous traverse in a field test in Morocco End of 2018. SherpaTT is aspired to be the rover used in the ADE project, the results from the Morocco field trial will be extended with ADE.(Photo: Thomas Frank, DFKI GmbH)
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Within the project ADE – Autonomous Decision Making a rover system is developed that is capable of choosing scientifically interesting sites during a long distance autonomous traverse on celestial bodies. Main goal of the project is the conduction of a long autonomous traverse (>1km) in natural, Mars or Moon analogue terrain.

Duration: 01.02.2019 till 31.01.2021
Donee: DFKI GmbH
Sponsor: European Union
Grant number: Grant-No: GA 821988
Team: Team V - Behavior Control & Simulation
Team VIII - Knowledge-based long-term Autonomy
Application Field: Space Robotics
Related Projects: FT-Utah
Field Trials Utah with the TransTerrA System (06.2016- 03.2017)
ESROCOS
European Space Robot Control Operating System (11.2016- 01.2019)
InFuse
Common Data Fusion Framework for Space Robotics (11.2016- 01.2019)
FACILITATORS
FACILIties for Testing (at) ORbital and Surface robotics building blocks (11.2016- 01.2019)
Related Robots: SherpaTT

Rover SherpaTT during a 1km autonomous traverse in a field test in Morocco End of 2018. SherpaTT is aspired to be the rover used in the ADE project, the results from the Morocco field trial will be extended with ADE.(Photo: Thomas Frank, DFKI GmbH)
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