(ORDO NEWS) — The German Air and Space Center has successfully tested four of its latest robots on the slopes of Mount Etna in Italy: two light rovers (LRUs), the Interact lunar rover and the Scout rover.
The researchers noted that the rovers can work together autonomously, performing the tasks assigned to them. During testing, LRU1 assessed soil samples using cameras and acted as a researcher.
The second rover took on the role of “assistant”: he collected and analyzed samples and soil composition, while ensuring the coordination of the work of the entire group.
In addition, the robots simulated the installation of a low-frequency antenna on the far side of the moon.
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