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PCVLab and its collaborators at UC Berkeley, MIT and NASA Glenn Research Center develop an astronaut navigation system for landed space missions. The system is consisted of multiple integrated sensors, including a stereo camera, IMU and step sensor, to precisely locate an astronaut and navigate him/her to a target science experiment site.
The project is develop by $1,200,000 funding provided by National Space Biological Research Institute of NASA.
- Alper Yilmaz, OSU
- Ronxing Lee, OSU
- Martin Banks, UC Berkeley
- Charles Oman, MIT
- Moses Lake, WA 2008
- Black Lava Point, NV, 2009
- Haleakala National Park, Maui, HI, 2010
The level 5 navigation system is delivered to NASA.