Federal Money Aimed At A&M's Advanced Robotics for Lunar and Martian Exploration

By: Sen. Hutchison's Office Email
By: Sen. Hutchison's Office Email

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX), Texas’ senior Senator and a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, today announced that the committee has approved $750,000 for the Advanced Robotics for Lunar and Martian Exploration project at Texas A&M University. The bill is now ready to be considered by the full Senate.
“At this critical juncture in human space flight and exploration at NASA, Texas A&M University will be at the forefront of robotic research and Lunar and Martian investigation,” Senator Hutchison said.

The Advanced Robotics for Lunar and Martian Exploration project, led by Dr. John Junkins, a member of the National Academy of Engineering and the Texas Academy of Medicine, Engineering, and Science, will develop new robotic technologies that enable multiple robots to collaborate, under high-level human supervision in exploration and construction activities for NASA exploration plans. The initiative will also develop advanced sensing and computing architectures to enable robotic landings on rough terrain


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