Robotic follow-up for human exploration

Terrence Fong, Maria Bualat, Matthew C. Deans, Byron Adams, Mark Allan, Martha Altobelli, Xavier Bouyssounouse, Tamar Cohen, Lorenzo Flückiger, Joshua Garber, Elizabeth Palmer, Essam Heggy, Mark Helper, Kip V. Hodges, José M. Hurtado, Frank Jurgens, Tim Kennedy, Linda Kobayashi, Rob Landis, Pascal LeeSusan Y. Lee, David Lees, Jason Lum, Mike Lundy, Tim Shin, Tod Milam, Estrellina Pacis, Eric Park, Liam Pedersen, Debra Schreckenghost, Trey Smith, Vinh To, Hans Utz, Dawn Wheeler, Kelsey Young

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Abstract

We are studying how "robotic follow-up" can improve future planetary exploration. Robotic follow-up, which we define as augmenting human field work with subsequent robot activity, is a field exploration technique designed to increase human productivity and science return. To better understand the benefits, requirements, limitations and risks associated with this technique, we are conducting analog field tests with human and robot teams at the Haughton Crater impact structure on Devon Island, Canada. In this paper, we discuss the motivation for robotic follow-up, describe the scientific context and system design for our work, and present results and lessons learned from field testing.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAIAA SPACE Conference and Exposition 2010
Publication statusPublished - 2010
Externally publishedYes
EventAIAA SPACE Conference and Exposition 2010 - Anaheim, CA, United States
Duration: 30 Aug 20102 Sep 2010

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OtherAIAA SPACE Conference and Exposition 2010
CountryUnited States
CityAnaheim, CA
Period30/8/102/9/10

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  • Aerospace Engineering

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Fong, T., Bualat, M., Deans, M. C., Adams, B., Allan, M., Altobelli, M., ... Young, K. (2010). Robotic follow-up for human exploration. In AIAA SPACE Conference and Exposition 2010

Robotic follow-up for human exploration. / Fong, Terrence; Bualat, Maria; Deans, Matthew C.; Adams, Byron; Allan, Mark; Altobelli, Martha; Bouyssounouse, Xavier; Cohen, Tamar; Flückiger, Lorenzo; Garber, Joshua; Palmer, Elizabeth; Heggy, Essam; Helper, Mark; Hodges, Kip V.; Hurtado, José M.; Jurgens, Frank; Kennedy, Tim; Kobayashi, Linda; Landis, Rob; Lee, Pascal; Lee, Susan Y.; Lees, David; Lum, Jason; Lundy, Mike; Shin, Tim; Milam, Tod; Pacis, Estrellina; Park, Eric; Pedersen, Liam; Schreckenghost, Debra; Smith, Trey; To, Vinh; Utz, Hans; Wheeler, Dawn; Young, Kelsey.

AIAA SPACE Conference and Exposition 2010. 2010.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Fong, T, Bualat, M, Deans, MC, Adams, B, Allan, M, Altobelli, M, Bouyssounouse, X, Cohen, T, Flückiger, L, Garber, J, Palmer, E, Heggy, E, Helper, M, Hodges, KV, Hurtado, JM, Jurgens, F, Kennedy, T, Kobayashi, L, Landis, R, Lee, P, Lee, SY, Lees, D, Lum, J, Lundy, M, Shin, T, Milam, T, Pacis, E, Park, E, Pedersen, L, Schreckenghost, D, Smith, T, To, V, Utz, H, Wheeler, D & Young, K 2010, Robotic follow-up for human exploration. in AIAA SPACE Conference and Exposition 2010. AIAA SPACE Conference and Exposition 2010, Anaheim, CA, United States, 30/8/10.
Fong T, Bualat M, Deans MC, Adams B, Allan M, Altobelli M et al. Robotic follow-up for human exploration. In AIAA SPACE Conference and Exposition 2010. 2010
Fong, Terrence ; Bualat, Maria ; Deans, Matthew C. ; Adams, Byron ; Allan, Mark ; Altobelli, Martha ; Bouyssounouse, Xavier ; Cohen, Tamar ; Flückiger, Lorenzo ; Garber, Joshua ; Palmer, Elizabeth ; Heggy, Essam ; Helper, Mark ; Hodges, Kip V. ; Hurtado, José M. ; Jurgens, Frank ; Kennedy, Tim ; Kobayashi, Linda ; Landis, Rob ; Lee, Pascal ; Lee, Susan Y. ; Lees, David ; Lum, Jason ; Lundy, Mike ; Shin, Tim ; Milam, Tod ; Pacis, Estrellina ; Park, Eric ; Pedersen, Liam ; Schreckenghost, Debra ; Smith, Trey ; To, Vinh ; Utz, Hans ; Wheeler, Dawn ; Young, Kelsey. / Robotic follow-up for human exploration. AIAA SPACE Conference and Exposition 2010. 2010.
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