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TOPGAL


Total Performance System for GBAS based Automatic Landings. TOPGAL is an internal DLR project which investigates GBAS based navigation in conjunction with flight management and autopilot systems. A so...
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Related Topics: Aircraft Stability and Control Avionics and Aircraft Instrumentation Geophysics Cybernetics, Artificial Intelligence and Robotics

DLR technology for robot-assisted surgery


International medical technology firm buys licence for commercial use The surgeon sits at a console, while robotic arms perform his commands with high precision on the patient – making exact incisi...
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MERTIS Phase C2/D Kick-off


MERTIS (MErcury Radiometer and Thermal In-frared Spectrometer) is one of the scientific payloads of the ESA deep space mission BepiCo-lombo. BepiColombo will be launched in 2014 toward Mercury to obse...
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MERTIS – an Imaging Spectrometer for the Space Mission BepiColombo


MERTIS (MErcury Radiometer and Thermal In-frared Spectrometer) is one of the scientific payloads of the ESA deep space mission BepiCo-lombo. BepiColombo will be launched in 2015 toward Mercury to obse...
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Related Topics: Instrumentation and Photography Optics Cybernetics, Artificial Intelligence and Robotics

MICA - Actuated and Sensorized Instruments for Minimally Invasive Surgery


The DLR MICA is the second generation of the versatile instruments for minimally invasive surgery developed at the Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics. MICA is a 3 degrees of freedom robot, which –...
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Related Topics: Instrumentation and Photography Cybernetics, Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
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