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Advanced Robotics Development Laboratory

Facilities

In 2005, the Space Systems Laboratory (SSL) completed the Advanced Robotics Development Laboratory, a complete spacecraft integration facility that includes rapid prototyping equipment, a class 10,000 cleanroom, high-precision metrology instrumentation, a thermal chamber, and a thermal vacuum chamber.

This unique facility is located in the University of Maryland's Jeong H. Kim Engineering Building. The SSL is also a partner in the Virtual Reality Laboratory, housed in the same building.

1-g robotic test area

ARDL Electronics Development and Test Laboratory

ARDL Inspection Facility

Environmental test chambers

Robot assembly and component test area

More information

Dr. Dave Akin
Director, Space Systems Laboratory
Neutral Buoyancy Research Facility
Email: dakin@ssl.umd.edu

   
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