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Friday, May 24, 2024

ESG impact on the M&A market

Sylwia Ziemacka talks to Dr Fabian Elzanowski, an attorney with over 12 years of experience in M&A and corporate law and a founding Partner...

Asia’s Poland meets Europe’s Korea

Poland and Korea were both ruled by foreign powers at the start of the 20th century, Poland partitioned between Austria, Germany and Russia, and...

Terra Electrorecycling plant now operational

Terra Electrorecycling, part of the Elemental Group, has opened a modern e-waste processing plants in Poland in Grodzisk Mazowiecki. The new installation will enable...

The Transformative Power of EdTech

In this enlightening video, we delve into the critical role of digital transformation in reshaping education systems globally. With education facing numerous challenges, the...

75 is the new 65

Age no longer bothers companies Every fifth employer (22%) plans to employ seniors, according to a study by the Progres Group. This number may increase...

Robotic Arm For Moon Missions

The European Space Agency’s project AGRONAUT is developing a multi-purpose Moon lander intended to support a broad range of missions, like supplies of cargo for bases, researches, rovers and power stations. The main element of the lander is a robotic manipulator to carry objects to the Moon surface engineered by a Polish space robotics company PIAP Space in the project Breadboarding of Robotic Manipulator for Lunar Missions (MANUS). One of the main tasks of any mission will be ensuring safe unloading of the lander onto the surface. The robotic arm designed by PIAP Space will enable ESA to perform safely multiple tasks, such as crew missions, transporting and unloading of goods and unmanned exploration of the Moon. The manipulator is composed of modules that can be configurated depending on the mission requirements. PIAP Space’s partners in Manus project are Astronika from Poland, GMV and Leonardo. This is not the first success of PIAP Space, which has been developing robotic solutions for space industry since its establishment in 2017. In 2022 it engineered prototype of chassis for Sample Fetch Rover (SFR) in joint NASA and ESA Mars missions project for samples collection and transport to return rockets for delivery to Earth. PIAP Space is also the main engineer of advanced TITAN robotic arm for ESA’s precise orbital operations.

Marek Gizmajer
Marek Gizmajer
High-tech journalist
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