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(2023 October 28) GITAI S2: Robotic Demonstration of On-Orbit Servicing Tasks on ISS

  • 1.  (2023 October 28) GITAI S2: Robotic Demonstration of On-Orbit Servicing Tasks on ISS

    Posted 27 Oct, 2023 13:10

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    AIAA LA-LV 10/28 Section Town Hall Meeting

    (A hybrid event: In-person and on-line)

    Saturday, 28 October 2023, 10:30 AM PDT (Add to Calendar)

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    AIAA LA-LV Section Town Hall Meeting 10/28

    GITAI S2:

    Robotic Demonstration of On-Orbit Servicing Tasks on ISS


    Mr. Seiya Shimizu

    Project Manager - Extravehicular Robotics Tech Demo

    GITAI USA Inc.

    (The speaker will present in person.)

    In-person attendance is recommended as it facilitates more interaction and networking with the speaker and other attendees! Online attendance welcome. Please join us!

    (Donations are welcome and appreciated, but not required for admission. See the QR Code and Link at the bottom of this notice.)

    (Lunch not provided. Welcome to bring own food. If interested in a group order, please contact us.)


    Lomita Library (Don Knabe Meeting Room)

    24200 Narbonne Ave., Lomita, CA 90717

    (South of 405 Hwy, West of 110 Hwy, North of Pacific Coast Hwy (1), East of Hawthorne Blvd.)

    (also online (WebEx) for a hybrid event)

    (This event is not sponsored by the Lomita Library)

    Tentative Agenda: (All Time PDT (GMT -0700))

    10:00 am: Check-in, Networking

    10:30 am: Introduction and welcome

    10:35 am: Presentation + Q/A

    12:05 pm: Networking, Adjourn.

    02:00 pm: Leave Meeting Room by 2 pm PDT.

    GITAI S2: 

    Robotic Demonstration of On-Orbit Servicing Tasks on ISS

    "We GITAI have successfully completed an autonomous ISAM demonstration inside the ISS in 2021 with a robot called S1. In 2024, the successor of this advanced robot, S2, will demonstrate its capabilities by performing a variety of on-orbit servicing tasks in an exposed environment on the International Space Station (ISS). With its image processing system and motion planning software, S2 is able to autonomously move ORU-simulated parts, fasten screws, and insert cables. An operator GUI and a visualization database on the ground computers allow the operators to monitor and control the robotic operation. We will present the overview of the system configuration and software of both S1 and S2."

    Mr. Seiya Shimizu

    *Project Manager

    GITAI USA, Torrance, CA

    (AIAA Professional Member)


    *Senior Software Engineer

    WHILL, Inc.

    Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan

    *Avionics Engineer

    Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.

    Nagoya, Aichi, Japan


    Stanford University

    M.Sc., Aeronautics and Astronautics

    (AIAA Member)

    The University of Alabama in Huntsville

    B.S.E, Aerospace Engineering

    Lomita Library (Meeting Room)

    24200 Narbonne Ave., Lomita, CA 90717

    Disclaimer: The views of the speakers do not represent the views of AIAA or the AIAA Los Angeles-Las Vegas Section

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