Sheyene Institute conducts applied research and development in Autonomous Navigation Technologies (ANTs) for the purpose of mining, and manufacturing on the Moon, Mars and with asteroids. The primary technical goal of the Sheyene Institute is to develop fully autonomous operations, navigation, and decision-making capabilities for deployment on in situ planetary and lunar missions. Learn more+
Sheyene Technology is now Trusted Government Solutions Provider.
Sheyene Technology is trusted government solutions provider to the NNSA`s Sandia National Laboratories; most recently, we have been selected by the Department of Energy (DOE) as team partner to carry out research and development in Connected and Autonomous Vehicle (CAV).
Sheyene is advancing her plan to support both technological literacy and direct participation in space. She is creating a series of robotics competitions, with the goal of replicating it on a global scale. The technological progress achieved through the robotics competitions will be funneled back to NASA missions. Her participation will facilitate her access to its cutting-edge scientific advances, enhancing the existing partnership.
Robots in space - Science fiction?
She arrives looking as glossy as one might anticipate, in black and long blond hair neatly coiffed. She is slim, certainly, but not neurotically so. Instead, her body looks as healthy as her beautiful and animated face. In addition, Sheyene herself has a fascinating and inspiring background and commitment to benefit others. Her voice is soft, but she herself is straightforward, unpretentious and candid to an almost disarming degree. She is not lovely looking, but simply lovely, full stop.
The former actress and robotics founder candidly shares the challenges she'd faced in her life and expounds upon her plans to take her robotic workforce to space.
Sheyene Gerardi - NASA CLASS Planetary Landing Research Lab, 2018.
The NASA´s CLASS Planetary Landing Research Laboratory, a node of the Center for Lunar & Asteroid Surface Science (CLASS), was co-founded by Sheyene Gerardi in 2018. The NASA-funded Center for Lunar and Asteroid Surface Science (CLASS) incorporates the NASA centers in the southeast (KSC and MSFC), a wide network of researchers, planetary scientists, geologists, geochemists, dynamicists, engineers, physicists and leading Institutions from across the world to facilitate NASA's exploration.
The NASA CLASS Planetary Landing Research Laboratory is composed of a dynamic partnership between the NASA Kennedy Space Center and NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, and is headed by UCF Pegasus Professor Daniel T. Britt.
Sheyene Gerardi Infusing Scientific Progress into Robotics Outreach
NASA’s Center for Lunar and Asteroid Surface Science (CLASS) announced an expanded collaboration with Venezuelan actress Sheyene Gerardi to advance space robotics through visionary, global participation in space. Sheyene Gerardi, a well-known Venezuelan soap opera star and model, has been appointed a member of NASA’s Center for Lunar and Asteroid Surface Science (CLASS) as the Lead for Robotics Outreach. This world-class institution of planetary scientists and space technologists invited Sheyene to join them because of her visionary work fusing space robotics technology development with humanitarian development on Earth.
Space Education Outreach with Sheyene Gerardi
Sheyene Gerardi is partnering with the Florida Space Institute at the University of Central Florida to bring Robotics education to South and Central American schools to serve unprivileged children...
...During this first phase, The team is creating educational videos, a robotics curriculum, a series of robotics competitions.
...To establish a pipeline to jobs, the team focuses on hands-on robotics culminating in a college-level competition styled after NASA’s highly successful Robotic Mining Competition (NASA RMC). The goal is that South and Central Americas winners will be able to compete in a global robotics championship with the winners of NASA RMC and similar competitions now forming across the globe. Bringing South American students into this community will create opportunities for employment, global partnerships, and establishment of new businesses in their home communities.