Reaching for the Stars
In the first quarter of 2017, Space1 has expanded its Space Humanoid Robotics Division to include a new state of the art JD humanoid robot.
Assembled and programmed by Humanoido, the robot has resources to walk across the rocket gantry, enter the rocket, control rocket instrumentation with hands and eyes, and watch views of space outside the capsule window during the space mission.
The humanoid has built in telemetry and can transmit wireless to a big brain. The humanoid also has the potential for command and control using a mobile app with iPad or iPhone. It can see views in real time with an eye camera and transmit motion video as well as track and record internal temperatures and power levels. JD's main feature is its camera vision which can track colors, objects and faces. JD is capable of making astronomical observation and recording the results. It could data log during a space mission. Using parts from JD humanoid, many other combination space humanoids can be constructed, such as a lighter weight JD Jr to facilitate a lighter rocket payload and physical capsule size restrictions. Other versions can reduce power consumption during space flight and serve specific mission requirements.
Space Humanoids are ideal for space missions and can work along side human astronauts. Humanoids are more adapted to hibernation during long space missions and don't require the same oxygen, air, and pressure levels as humans. Space Humanoids could remain on the Space Station or the Shuttle without oxygen demands. The Space1 Space Station will need personnel on board to maintain the facility, continue conducting research and observations, and Space Humanoids are ideal for the task.
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