A MEW-capable print head is to be adapted to a 6-axis robot, thus extending the printing process from 3 degrees of freedom (DoF) to 5/6 DoF in order to be able to produce complex structures, for example organs or workpieces without planar surfaces.
The aim of the DigSmart project is to establish digitization along the value chain in civil engineering, from planning to documentation, end-to-end and across the entire technically available breadth of organizational and technical data.
For many archaeological sites, there is a need for precise digitization in order to preserve the sensitive cultural assets and make them accessible to a wider public. The LAUNCH-3D project will focus on the digitization of underwater archaeological sites.
The DAEDALUS mission concept aims at exploring and characterizing the entrance and initial part of Lunar lava tubes within a compact, tightly integrated spherical robotic device, with a complementary payload set and autonomous capabilities.
A developed functional prototype will be tested in real application scenarios for the documentation of archaeological sites in water and the recording of technical structures such as locks, sheet pile walls or harbor wall.
Use an autonomous six-wheeled robot to inspect solar panels from below with an infrared camera to find damaged cells and connectors, while at the same time performing robotic mowing.
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