ReMY is an innovative combination of an online computer game with a physical robotic system (telepresence gaming). It consists of a physical Martian rover, placed on a Mars mockup surface and mission control interface in web browser. Game is based on a mission simulation in compliance with a scenario framework.
ReMY - Remote Mars Yard
ReMY – Remote Mars Yard is an interactive simulation of a Mars mission, made up of a Martian terrain mockup and mini version of a rover. ReMY is an unique educational and entertainment program, giving the opportunity to combine passion, science and what is more, have an encounter with technology and methods used in the space industry.
Golden Fleece is an intelligent solar sail concept.
Its active structure provides increased control and performance and allows partial integration of spacecraft electronics with the sail base.
The target production method assumes coating with nanophase materials extracted in-situ from asteroids. Developed in partnership with AMEPOX. The project was awarded at the Space Exploration Masters 2017 – Airbus Merck KGaA Sustainable Space Exploration Prize.
EX-PL is the Polish space industry response to the Luxemburg resources mining initiative. EX-PL gathers the leaders of the sector, willing to allocate adequate technology in the emerging market.
Impender is a novel solution for increased efficiency of mating of orbital objects. It will find its application both in manned and unmanned vehicles, such as satellites requiring servicing or during removal of space debris. Project for ESA under STARTIGER competition. The project is financed by The European Space Agency ESA.
PW-Sat2 is a second polish student satellite project created with accordance to the 0CubeSat 2U standard by members of Students' Space Association from Warsaw University of Technology. The main objective of the experiment of this exceptional project is the deorbitation sail.
WIMR – Where Is My Rover
Global algorithms for positioning and navigation of a Mars rover, created basing on virtual environments and Mars surface analogs (mockups, natural terrain). The project does not utilize traditional satellite navigation, but rather all other available data (time, image, other signals). WIMR can be used on Earth as an alternative to satellite navigation. The project is financed by The European Space Agency ESA.
Since the beginning of business activity, ABM Space is involved in the wide range of operations on various fronts. The company participates, as a partner, in EU projects that aim to implement the idea of comprehensive development on regional and local level.