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DLR Light-Weight Robot 1 (1995)


The researchers at the Institute for Robotics and Mechatronics have developed the first robotic system which flew in space. However, the robot, which was developed by Dornier, was not able to move its...
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Related Topics: Electronics and Electrical Engineering Cybernetics, Artificial Intelligence and Robotics

Static and dynamic pressure


Rosemount Model 1501 Digital Pressure Transducer - Noseboom, Rosemount Model 1201F2 Pressure Transducer - Noseboom, Rosemount Model 1221F2 - Noseboom
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Set-up of DLR-receiving antennas for the TanDEM-X mission in INUVIK (North Canada) has been successfully


By means of installing a 13m parabolic antenna in the north Canadian permafrost region near UINUVIK, the German Remote Sensing Data Center (DFD) has passed a further important milestone preparing for ...
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Related Topics: Electronics and Electrical Engineering Meteorology and Climatology

MIRO / KineMedic


Der DLR MIRO ist die zweite Generation von Roboterarmen für medizinische Applikationen die am Institut für Robotik und Mechatronik entwickelt wurde. Durch sein geringes Gewicht und die kompakten Abmes...
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MATROSHKA


MATROSHKA is an ESA project that is realized under the direction of the DLR in collaboration with industrial partners DTM technologies (Modena) and Kayser-Italia (Livorno). MATROSHKA is a facility tha...
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"Monster waves" in the North Sea


On average, two ships have been lost each week worldwide in recent years because of bad weather. In many cases they probably fell victim to "monster waves." These are individual waves of extraordinary...
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Related Topics: Communications and Radar Electronics and Electrical Engineering
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