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Integrative Muscle Physiology


Influence of long-term unloading (e.g. microgravity, bed rest), different kinds of muscle training, changes of blood flow, blood- and tissue volume and nutrition on the human skeletal-muscle; diagnosi...
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Related Topics: Aerospace Medicine Behavioral Sciences

RapTOr: Remote Tower Operation with Augmented Vision Videopanorama Human System Interface


Remote Tower Operation (RTO) describes the goal of remote control of small airports and of movement areas of large airports which are not directly visible from the tower. The controllers direct far vi...
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Related Topics: Aircraft Communications and Navigation Behavioral Sciences Aerospace Medicine

ROTEX (1993)


ROTEX (Robot Technology Experiment on Spacelab D2-Mission) was kind of a starting shot for Germany’s participation in space automation and robotics. It contained as much sensor-based on-board autonomy...
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Related Topics: Instrumentation and Photography Behavioral Sciences Cybernetics, Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Aerospace Medicine

DLR Light-Weight Robot III


The LWR III represents the third generation of light-weight robots developed at the DLR Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics. Like its predecessors it has an outstanding load-to-weight ratio of 1:1....
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Related Topics: Electronics and Electrical Engineering Structural Mechanics System Analysis Cybernetics, Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Instrumentation and Photography Behavioral Sciences Aerospace Medicine

The DLR SpaceMouse (1981–1993)


At the end of the seventies, the DLR institute for robotics and mechatronics started research on devices for the 6 DoF control of robot grippers in Cartesian space. In 1982-1985, the first prototype a...
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Related Topics: Exobiology Electronics and Electrical Engineering Behavioral Sciences Cybernetics, Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Aerospace Medicine
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