Nomad searched for and classified meteorites in Antarctica and pioneered the first omnidirectional camera in planetary robotics.
Polaris is built to prospect for water at the lunar poles. Polaris is capable of driving and avoiding obstacles autonomously including traverses into dark regions in the lunar pole's long shadows.
Scarab is built for lunar exploration and drilling. Its unique configuration allows it to adjust body posture for ascent and descent of craters and to position its coring drill for soil sampling.
Ambler is a walking robot that enables energy-efficient gaits. Developed as a testbed for research in walking robots operating in rugged terrain.
Andy is a lunar rover compatible with Astrobotic's Griffin Lander. Andy won Google's $750,000 Milestone prize.
AutoKrawler is a rapid prototyping platform built for extreme terrain. It tests experimental sensors and algorithms for use on future planetary missions.
An assembly, inspection and maintenance robot for orbital structures involves dexterity in zero gravity. Skyworker walks on a truss while assembling more pieces.
Boss is the winner of the 2007 DARPA Urban Challenge demonstrating safe driving in a city environment.
H1ghlander is an off-road autonomous hummer that finished third in the DARPA Grand Challenge.
Mine Haulage innovated the first GPS-based autonomous driving and safeguarding inventions to pioneer the automation of trucks in surface mines.
Cave Crawler was built for subterranean mapping and exploration.
Terregator pioneered exploration, road following. It was the world’s first rugged, capable, autonomous outdoor navigation robot.