Software enabling semi-autonomous operations by remote mobile robots could be applied to the International Space Station (ISS) and future space habitats under a collaboration agreement between Olis Robotics and Tethers Unlimited (TUI). The companies say their partnership is expected to produce a viable, remotely operated robotic solution for space habitats such as the ISS by as early as next year. “Most robots take a lot of programming and have to be in a fixed place,” Olis CEO ...

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