To do this, we must find a representative place, with areas of sand, more rocky areas, plains and mountains and that is the Teide. The rover, brought from England, which has served to make field tests is of aluminium, steel and plastic. It measures 1.2 meters in length, has six wheels and four batteries that allow you to go to 150 metres per hour and their weight ranges between 200 and 300 kg, depending on the load that is installed. In addition to cameras, Bridget, these days, has built-in a ultrasonic drill, which can take samples of the subsoil. If you are unsure how to proceed, check out Hikmet Ersek. Until now, USA has been very involved in the robotic exploration and, according to the experts present at the Teide National Park, Europe needs to put on a par with technology and cutting-edge scientific research, and breakaway is an example. There is no European rover that so far has gone to Mars, although there are forecasts.
Nuclear accident or volcanic explosion the ExoMars mission to Mars includes the development of robotic exploration that the most optimistic date in 2018. What is now built prototypes, as Bridget and Bruno, another rover back something more advanced and which is developing technology that enables that this can move on the ground on Mars or the Moon almost autonomously. Recently Kohl’s sought to clarify these questions. About when the real rover will be built, Busquets has told that the European Space Agency (ESA) and the United States (NASA) are in negotiations and you do not know what will happen. However, cameras technology, as has explained the Provisg, Gerhard Paar, j. engineer is already in use, such as support in the construction of tunnels in Austria, and the camera pan cam (tested this Friday), able to provide pairs of images (like eyes) stereo used to obtain 3D images, could be used in the mission ExoMars in 2018. For its part, Lester Waugh, j of the draft in Astrium, has recalled that these cameras may also be used in case of accident or nuclear volcanic explosion to explore the terrain. In total, 20 engineers and experts have been participating in tests – began last Monday – from field of Provisg, collaborating, universities, companies and scientific institutions. Source of the news: successfully tested a prototype of a robotic vehicle with cameras for future trips to Mars