Light-weight terrestrial prototype of a lunar rover. Completed its first field test on the slopes of a volcano in Hawaii during a NASA-led mission in 2012
|Size (Length, width, height)
|1.47 m x 1.62 m x 1.53 m
|4 km/h top speed
|5.1 kWh Lithium-Ion batteries with solar panels to power on-board equipment
- Can either be operated by a human nearby or scan its environment and navigate on its own
- 4-wheel drive with a unique wheel system that allows it to spin 360 degrees on the same spot
Neptec Design Group.
ODG, COM DEV, NGC Aerospace, McGill University, ProtoInnovations, Provectus.
Photos of rover
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