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+
Velodyne LiDar USA & Sheyene Technology.
We have been working in the development of a customized micro-LiDAR array with software automation system integration needed for robotic dogs to improve mining operations using autonomous robots. Secondary application of all-in-one micro- LiDAR will be used by Sheyene Institute to carry out research and development in Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAV) and for deployment on in situ planetary and lunar missions.
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.
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