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PRoVisG Project

PRoVisG - Planetary Robotic Vision Ground Processing; An EU FP7 Project

In the future, planetary robotic missions are expected to focus on in-situ exploration of planetary surfaces and atmospheres. Such missions typically involve autonomous exploration tools, either surface (rovers) or aerial vehicles (balloons, aerobots etc.). more to: PRoVisG Project

PRoVisG Summer School in Berlin 2011

Künstlerische Darstellung des europäischen ExoMars Rovers auf der Marsoberfläche.
Der ExoMars Rover auf der Marsoberfläche (künstlerische Darstellung).

We are inviting Master students, PhD students as well as Post Docs to the Planetary Robotics Vision Ground processing (PRoVisG) Summer School 2011 in Berlin. The school will take place in the heart of the vibrant German capital at the Technische Universität Berlin. Experts will introduce participants to the topic of planetary exploration with the aid of robotic vision instruments. Detailed background knowledge about planetary robotic vision data processing will be lectured. more to: PRoVisG Summer School in Berlin 2011

PRoVisG Podcasts

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Planetary Robotics Vision Ground Processing (PRoVisG)
In the future, planetary robotic missions are expected to focus on in-situ exploration of planetary surfaces and atmospheres. Such missions typically involve autonomous exploration tools, either surface (rovers) or aerial vehicles (balloons, aerobots etc.). The Planetary Robotics Vision Ground Processing (PROVISG) project, sponsored by the EU FP7 (European Union, 7th Framework Program) started in October 2008 and aims to build a framework for planetary robotics vision ground processing. This podcast will give an introduction on the topic of planetary exploration and where PRoVisG will fit into the overall picture.

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