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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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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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Mobile Manipulation


Many houseworks require to manipulate tools over wide areas. The most relevant example for such a task is cleaning, where a cleaning device needs to be guided along a dirty surface. Reasoning about an...
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Projects


The research in the area of medical robotics was supported by various bavarian, national and international funded projects. This support is gratefully acknowledged.
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MiroSurge - Telemanipulation in minimally invasive surgery


Conventional minimally invasive surgery (MIS) is performed through small incisions in the patient’s skin, preserving healthy tissue. The surgeon works with long slender instruments, and is separated f...
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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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