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Russian Robot Psychologist to Support Astronauts at ISS
28.10.2015 11:06
Russian Robot Psychologist to Support Astronauts at ISS

Russian experts have created a special robot for psychological support to astronauts working at the International Space Station.

      It was reported by , the CEO of the Neurobotics developer company  Vladimir Konyshev. He pointed out that this device is capable to distinguish emotions, and in case of an accident copy movements of the human operator remotely. According to scientists and developers of this robot, the anthropomorphous robotic system named Andronaut was developed in the framework of the Perspective Piloted Transport System project.

      A transformable module will be launched to the orbit. Robots will do all the work required before the arrival of astronauts.

Sources: http://. 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Robots International Space Station Andronaut   

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