Our Projects

Building a Lunar Base

Constructing a lunar base is a momentous feat, one that necessitates ingenuity, resilience, and determination. It involves erecting a self-sustaining habitat on a celestial body that is not only inhospitable but also devoid of the essential resources required for human existence. Designing the functional architecture of a lunar base entails establishing a comprehensive network of interdependent components that synergistically facilitate extra-terrestrial habitation. This necessitates erecting diverse infrastructures that buttress and sustain human interaction, ranging from habitat design to scrutinizing resource and energy reuse and recycling, to deploying robots to perform concurrent tasks alongside their human counterparts. Robotics and automation must be incorporated to assist in tasks that are too hazardous or tedious for human personnel.





Scout Rover


The team's inaugural project involves the construction of a spherical rover named Scout.

The spherical architecture offers manifold benefits: the rover eliminates the risk of overturning during motion, permits omnidirectional movement, and lends itself to the possibility of cooperative groupings of rovers to create a transport system capable of handling even bulky loads.

The rover, developed explicitly for transportation purposes, will be equipped with an arm capable of hoisting and carrying loads. This design offers the potential for varied layouts to accommodate diverse functions, such as excavation, if necessary.