Astrobotics CubeRover prototype wheels over a simulated lunar surface. (Astrobotic via YouTube)
Seattle-based WiBotic says its working on a wireless charging system and energy management software for moon rovers, in partnership with Astrobotic, Bosch and the University of Washington.
The hardware and software for robotic lunar missions will build on the work that the UW spin-out has done on similar systems for applications here on Earth.
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