Intelligent Robotics Group

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Intelligent Robotics Group (IRG) is a division of the Ames Research Center,[1] located at Moffett Federal Airfield in California's Silicon Valley.

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The 2009 Director of the Intelligent Robotics Group Terry Fong stated in an interview that

IRG conducts applied research in a wide range of areas, including computer vision, geospatial data systems, human-robot interaction, interactive 3-D visualization and robot software architecture. In 2009, we co-developed "Mars in Google Earth" and "Moon in Google Earth" with Google; we remotely operated one of our K10 planetary rovers to scout portions of Black Point Lava Flow (in Arizona); and we used our GigaPan robotic camera for science, education and journalism."[2]
The Intelligent Robotics Group (IRG) explores extreme environments, remote locations, and uncharted worlds [and] conduct[s] applied research in computer vision, geospatial data systems, human-robot interaction, planetary mapping and robot software.

(IRG brochure)[3]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ NASA-Ames video link1 (webpage showing video and other useful features such as additional relevant links : please go meet the Team [retrieved 19:50(GMT) 24.10.2011 [including: a version of Fly Me to the Moon courtesy of Howard Joseph Gustafson (1954) and [Todd S. Jenkins (2004), Free Jazz and Free Improvisation: An Encyclopedia, Greenwood Press] NASA-Ames video link2 (webpage same video as above including additional videos: [retrieved 20:04 (GMT) 24.10.2011
  2. ^ interview with Terry Fong (David Hitt/NASA Educational Technology Services) 11.09.09 retrieved 18:37(UTC) 24.10.2011
  3. ^ National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Official: Dave Korsmeyer Curator: ASANI Solutions) retrieved 2011-11-20 17:11GMT

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