Asteroid Mining Corporation's Walking Robots Take First Steps Towards Resource Independence
London, United Kingdom and Madrid, Spain and Sendai, Japan--(Newsfile Corp. SCAR-E on an asteroidTo view an enhanced version of this graphic, please visit:https://orders. SCAR-E is being designed to open up the exploration of the Solar System, in line with current trends in the launch services market, with a low cost, highly functional, walking and climbing robot. The versatile, rugged robot will be available for commercial use across a range of destinations both on Earth and throughout the Solar System.
Mitch Hunter-Scullion, CEO and founder of AMC, states: "We are pleased to be partnered with E2IN2 and SRL on this exciting new mission to boldly send privately funded robotic platforms further throughout our Solar System than ever before. "We are glad to support AMC, in line with E2IN2's commitment to promote the exploration of outer space," Valentín de Torres-Solanot, CEO of E2IN2, said in a statement. Director of SRL, Professor Yoshida, commented, "The partnership with AMC gives us a clear goal for our technology development, and great opportunities to contribute to the sustainability of our future with off-world resources. AMC, founded in 2016, is the UK's first space mining enterprise, an aerospace company on a mission to exploit the potential of an off-Earth commercial market.
E2IN2, which stands for "Entrepreneurship and Innovation squared," is a Spanish company that supports projects that generate considerable economic and social value. Located in Sendai, Japan, as part of the Department of Aerospace Engineering at Tohoku University, SRL is dedicated to the research and development of robotic systems for space science and exploration missions. ContactElijah Puscas | Head of Investor RelationsAsteroid Mining Corporation LimitedE-mail: [email protected] To view the source version of this press release, please visit https://www.
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