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Technical Research Areas

Autonomous Systems and Robotics
Development of technologies required for systems that can adapt their behavior to complex, rapidly changing environments
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Collaborative & Assistant Systems
Information technologies and collaboration tools that facilitate the specialized work of distributed teams in NASA mission settings
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Discovery and Systems Health
Tools and methods for systems health management; large-scale science and aeronautical data analysis and data mining
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Robust Software Engineering
Increased software quality, reliability, and productivity through research done in the context of NASA applications
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Resource Prospector Navigation Team to Complete Rover Stereo Vision Testing
The Resource Prospector (RP) Navigation Team, in the Intelligent Robotics Group, will be completing testing of the Rover’s stereo vision software performance in early August. The team has been studying ...
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Dr. Corina Pasareanu Gives an Invited Talk at the Logic in Computer Science (LICS '17) Symposium
Dr. Corina Pasareanu gave an invited talk, entitled “Symbolic Execution and Probabilistic Reasoning” at the 32nd Annual Architectures for Networking and Communications Systems (ACM) / Institute of Electrical and Electronics ...
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Autonomous Systems and Robotics Groups Release Desktop Exploration of Remote Terrain (DERT) Software
The Planning and Scheduling and Deployable Automation Technologies Groups released the Desktop Exploration of Remote Terrain (DERT) software tool, version 1.0, on Github. DERT will be used to explore NASA ...
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Planning and Scheduling Group Participates in 2017 International Conference on Planning and Scheduling
Several members of the Planning and Scheduling Group (PSG) participated and served in various roles in the 2017 International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling (ICAPS), which was held in ...
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Ames to Host Zero Robotics Field Day For Middle and High School Students July 7th
NASA Ames Research Center (ARC) will host a Zero Robotics Field Day on July 7th, 2017. Zero Robotics is a robotics programming competition for middle and high school students that ...
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Testing to Validate Adaptive Real-Time Drag Optimization Control for Adaptive Wing Technologies to Take Place This Summer
An upcoming wind tunnel test of a highly-flexible wing will be conducted at the University of Washington in the July-August timeframe to validate Ames-developed adaptive real-time drag-optimization control for advanced ...
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