Experimental technology for human-machine interaction in the space industry successfully masters the next stage of development in space.
A number of tests have now been carried out on CIMON-2, for example on its autonomous flight capabilities, voice-controlled navigation, and its ability to understand and complete various tasks. It also managed to fly to a specific point in the ISS Columbus module for the first time. Thanks to absolute navigation capabilities, CIMON-2 was able to follow verbal commands to move to a particular location, regardless of where it was to begin with.
For example, while starting up its new hardware and software, ESA´s Astronaut Luca Parmitano asked CIMON-2 to fly to the Biological Experiment Laboratory (Biolab) inside the Columbus module.
Learn more: https://www.airbus.com/newsroom/press-releases/en/2020/04/cimon2-makes-its-successful-debut-on-the-iss.html
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